Speed-IF Neologism

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The fifty-eighth Speed-IF ran from May 13th to May 15th, 2006 and was organized by N. B. Horvath with assistance from Peter Berman.

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My close personal friend N. B. Horvath has agreed to run the speedIF this weekend. Details are at http://nbhorvath.blogspot.com/2006/05/speedif-neologism.html. When you finish your game, sign below or post a comment to the blog entry.

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New speed-IF this weekend! This event was inspired by the beta release of Inform 7, but you may use any programming language you like. Here are the parameters (submitted, Mad Libs-style, by the denizens of ifMUD). Write a game that includes all of the following elements:

  • The following new words:
    • nockle, noun: The phenominally unsuccessful miniaturized French Horn, now almost forgotten.
    • flugulate (floo-gyu-layt), v.i.: To run about wildly in an attempt to catch a piece of paper that has been caught up in a breeze
    • zomg, noun: Sharp corners, esp. of household furniture.
  • A poem of no more than six lines. The poem must contain each of the following three lines (these lines can appear anywhere in the poem, in any order):
    • Only in the spring does love turn to dust.
    • One thing remains, that no more monkeys roam
    • With thirty waking moments to her name
  • Either the Irish setter or the Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen.

Deadline is Monday night, May 15. Try to spend no more than two hours coding. Post a link to your results in a comment to this post or on ifMUD when finished. Go!

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