I kinda forgot to post about it, but the French Comp is happening this year again - it’s actually the 10th edition! Submit your game in French by January 4th (optional theme is “ondes et vibrations”) - or come to our forum on January 5th to discover the games, play them and vote for them!
We had quite a few of you playing our games last year (thanks again!!), so we hope to get you interested in this year’s Comp too! The judging period will last 6 weeks, and we’ll probably get 4-5 games, but you don’t even have to play them all!
For our 10th FrenchComp, we have a very exciting line-up, with lots of diversity! Four entrants, four development systems (Twine, I6, I7, Vorple); we have our first ever Twine entrant, the sequel to last year’s winning entry, a keyword-based narrative experiment, and a Vorple game set on a Pacific Island! We are very excited about those entries, and we hope you’ll check them out! [emote]:)[/emote]
The judging period of the 2016 FrenchComp has officially started! You have until February 15th to vote on any number of games, using our voting form. We have 3 categories : Overall Enjoyment, Writing, and Technical Quality. If you haven’t played a game or feel like you can’t judge on a specifc aspect, just pick “Ne Se Prononce Pas”).
And of course, if you have any questions, feel free to ask here, on Twitter, or on our forum! [emote]:)[/emote]
I hope to put aside time next weekend at the latest, but … if I push things to the end…what time on Monday the 15th? For instance, 11:59 PM Eastern Standard as IFComp does? Or GMT? I’m hoping it doesn’t come to that, but I’d like to avoid time zone mishaps.
I was kinda put off by it being obviously hyperlinked based… but not actually having clickable hyperlinks. If, like Dietro l’Angolo, it could have clickable hyperlinks, I could play it beautifully in my iPod Touch in landscape mode. Just a thought for your consideration. [emote]:)[/emote]