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* ''[[The Blue Death]]'' (as "Otto Grimwald"; 07-May-2011; [[textallion]] and [[txt2cyoa]]; Web browser; English). [[Indigo New Language Speed-IF]].
 
* ''[[The Blue Death]]'' (as "Otto Grimwald"; 07-May-2011; [[textallion]] and [[txt2cyoa]]; Web browser; English). [[Indigo New Language Speed-IF]].
 
* ''[[Le camion frigorifique]]'' (as "Barnabé Froleneau"; 22-Jan-2012; JACL). [[French Minicomp 2011]]: 6th place.
 
* ''[[Le camion frigorifique]]'' (as "Barnabé Froleneau"; 22-Jan-2012; JACL). [[French Minicomp 2011]]: 6th place.
* ''[[Trac]]'' (as "Mélpomène"; 31-Dec-2013; Z-code). [[French Minicomp 2013]]: 4th place.
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* ''[[Trac]]'' (as "Mélpomène"; 31-Dec-2013; Z-code). [[French Minicomp 2012-2013]]: 4th place.
  
 
==Tech Credits==
 
==Tech Credits==

Revision as of 23:41, 25 February 2014

Eric Forgeot is a French author. He also uses the aliases Otto or Otto Grimwald. On the IFWiki, he's User:Otto.

Author Credits

NOTE: All these games are in French (except two).

Tech Credits

  • He works on the French translation of the JACL libraries.
  • He made the Inform 7's extension for French (based on the French I6 libraries).
  • He worked on a French translation of the Hugo libraries. (not finished)
  • He created the textallion system, for creating and publishing, among other things, CYOA games.

Review and Article Credits

Organizational Credits

  • Organizer of French Comp 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, and 2012; original idea by Stab.

Testing Credits

Other Credits

Links