IFComp 2006 Results

1 Floatpoint, by Emily Short
2 The Primrose Path, by Nolan Bonvouloir
3 The Elysium Enigma, by Eric Eve
4 The Traveling Swordsman, by Mike Snyder (writing as Anonymous)
5 Moon-Shaped, by Jason Ermer
6 Delightful Wallpaper, by Andrew Plotkin (writing as Edgar O. Weyrd)
7 Legion, by Jason Devlin (writing as Ian Anderson)
8 Madam Spider’s Web, by Sara Dee
9 Mobius, by John Clemens (writing as J.D. Clemens)
10 Unauthorized Termination, by Richard Otter
11 Game Producer!, by jason bergman
12 The Sisters, by revgiblet
13 Star City, by Mark Sachs
14 Strange Geometries, by Phillip Chambers
15 The Tower of the Elephant, by Tor Andersson
16 Aunts and Butlers, by Robin Johnson
17 Xen: The Hunt, by Ian Shlasko
18 Labyrinth, by Samantha Casanova Preuninger
19 Requiem, by david whyld
20 Carmen Devine: Supernatural Troubleshooter, by Rob Myall
21 The Bible Retold, by Justin Morgan and “Celestianpower”
22 Another Goddamn Escape the Locked Room Game, by Riff Conner
23 Fight or Flight, by Sean Krauss (writing as geelpete)
24 MANALIVE, A Mystery of Madness - I, by Bill Powell
25 Hedge, by Steven Richards
26 A Broken Man, by Geoff Fortytwo
27 Polendina, by Christopher Lewis
28 The Initial State, by Matt Barton
29 MANALIVE, A Mystery of Madness - II, by Bill Powell
30 Pathfinder, by Tony Woods
31 The Apolcalypse Clock, by GlorbWare
32 Wumpus Run, by Elfindor
33 Ballymun Adventure, by Brendan Cribbin
34 Tentellian Island, by Zack Wood (writing as Waru)
35 Lawn of Love, by Santoonie Corporation
36 Beam, by Madrone Eddy
37 Enter the Dark, by Peter R. Shushmaruk
38 Green Falls, by Paul Panks (writing as Dunric)
39 Sisyphus, by Theo Koutz
40 Visocica, by Thorben Bürgel
41 Simple Adventure, by Paul Panks (writing as dunric)
42 Fetter’s Grim, by Paul Panks (writing as Dunric)
43 PTGOOD 8*10^23, by Sartre Malvolio

And well done to everyone who entered.

Congrats to Merk for earning 4th place! Somehow I had a inkling you were the one behind The Traveling Swordsman. The included README.TXT file somehow looked too familiar [emote]Smile[/emote]


I figured most people would know (not many Hugo authors to choose from), but nobody ever came right out and asked me. [emote]Smile[/emote]

Nobody asked you, but I said it flat out.

Oh, that’s right! I assume others knew or suspected, but they didn’t ask or tell. [emote]Smile[/emote]

I ended up telling a few of the other IFComp authors, towards the end. I’m no good with secrets.