Dan Schmidt is a software engineer and musician who uses the nickname dfan on the ifMUD.
- The Profesee (1999; Z-code), for Speed-IF 4.
- For A Change (1999; Z-code), for IF Comp 1999 (2nd place); Winner of the Miss Congeniality award. Xyzzy Awards winner for Best Writing, and finalist for Best Individual Puzzle, Best Setting, and Best Game in 1999. Origin of the line: "The sun is gone. It must be brought. You have a rock."
- Revenge of the Chalupa (1999; Z-code), for Speed-IF 5.
- Another Day, Another Sea Monster (2001; Z-code), for Speed-IF Without Number.
- Pick Up the Phone Booth and Aisle (with Ola Sverre Bauge, Steve Bernard, Jon Blask, John Cater, Liza Daly, David Dyte, Stephen Granade, Iain Merrick, Rob Noyes, Dan Shiovitz, Emily Short, and J. Robinson Wheeler; 2001; Z-code).
- Wrote disambig.t, a little library for TADS 2 that makes it easier to do disambiguation by assiging scores to objects, statically or dynamically.
Review and Article Credits
- Are You A Chef? (Adam Biltcliffe; 2000; Z-code). As dfan, tragically turned into a potato.
- Dan Schmidt's homepage
- Dan Schmidt (archived) - at Baf's Guide
- Dan Schmidt's listing on IFDB