If you don’t know me, I’m Xalavier Nelson Jr., head of IntroComp. The annual, accessible feedback-gathering competition is indeed back for another year, and you can submit your intent to enter starting today, June 6th, on the traditional site!:
For those unfamiliar with what IntroComp is: IntroComp is an annual competition where authors can submit portions of their in-development interactive fiction for feedback and profit. This can run the gamut from parser fiction, to visual novels, to hypertext, and beyond.
For those who were looking forward to the comp this year and wondering what the hold-up was: thanks for your patience. Some new weird technical glitch seems to crop up every year the moment we try to hit the big red button, which has again been fixed thanks to the fantastic support of our fellow organizers.
There are still cash prizes, and the rules can be found on the website above. Take a look now in preparation for July 1st (when you can start submitting your entries), or get ready to play the games and vote this August.