Speed-IF Schmeed-IF

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The twenty-fifth Speed-IF was on May 27, 2001 and organized by Duncan Cross.

Premise

You have two hours to write a game based on the production of the movie version of any work of IF. It must include a magic 8-ball, the death of an NPC, and a detached ampersand. Bonus points for featuring use of the phrase "PAK CHOOIE" by a robot, "PON" as the sound of a bubble bursting, a hair-related puzzle, a dedication to a type of pasta or shoe, an unusual candle, and use of tertiary compass directions, such as northnorthwest.

Game


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