Full contents of the Readme are below.
This .zip file contains the following 14 games:
Mean Streets, by BadDog
Six Gray Rats Crawl Up The Pillow, by Boswell Cain
Chlorophyll, by Steph Cherrywell
Terminator Chaser, by Bruno Dias
Down, the Serpent and the Sun, by Chandler Groover
Delphina’s House, by Alice Grove
Oppositely Opal, by Buster Hudson
An Adventurer’s Backyard, by lyricasylum
Endless Sands, by Hamish McIntyre
Lockdown, by Richard Otter
A Long Drink, by Owen Parks
Sunburn, by Caelyn Sandel
Three Days of Night, by spaceflounder
Terminator, by Matt Weiner
In order to play offline, you will need to install interpreter that matches your IF format and OS. (There is one exception - Terminator Chaser - which can be played by launching play.html.)
Some recommended interpreters…
For ADRIFT: adrift.co/download
For Glulx: ifarchive.org/indexes/if-arc … lulxe.html
For TADS: tads.org/tads3.htm
For Z-code: code.google.com/p/garglk/downloads/list
These are not the only interpreters available. For more interpreter recommendations, see ifwiki.org/index.php/Interpreter.
Anyone who isn’t participating can judge the games, but to help ensure a level playing field, all judges must play at least half the games (7 games).
Judges will score each game 1-5 in the following categories:
Writing – Is the game’s prose well-written?
Story – Is the game’s story interesting and enjoyable?
Puzzles – Does the game have puzzles? If so, are they well-designed?
Use of Theme – Did the game make use of the ParserComp theme? If so, was the theme integrated well?
Technical – Is the game polished or buggy? Did the game do anything unusual or noteworthy with the parser format?
Overall – What is your overall opinion of the game? Would you recommend it to other people?
These scores will be used to determine awards, but they will not be publicized or provided to the authors.
In order for a judge’s ratings to be accepted, the judge must provide a few sentences of feedback on the game as well as the numeric ratings. This feedback will be delivered anonymously to the game’s author at the end of the competition.
When you are ready to judge the ParserComp games, please go to sibylmoon.com/parsercomp-2015-games/ for the judging links.
ParserComp 2015 organizer