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==Games==
 
* ''[[DEATH DEATH DEATH DEATH]]'' ([[Gunther Schmidl]]; [[Z-code]]). File: death!!!.z5.
 
* ''[[DEATH DEATH DEATH DEATH]]'' ([[Gunther Schmidl]]; [[Z-code]]). File: death!!!.z5.
* ''[[Freedom (by Berman)|Freedom]]'' ([[Peter Berman]]; [[TADS 2]]). File: mcp_freedom.gam.
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* ''[[Freedom (by Berman)|Freedom]]'' (Anonymous; [[TADS 2]]). File: mcp_freedom.gam.
 
* ''[[Taxes]]'' ([[Josh Giesbrecht]]; Z-code). File: taxes.z5.
 
* ''[[Taxes]]'' ([[Josh Giesbrecht]]; Z-code). File: taxes.z5.
  

Latest revision as of 03:05, 22 November 2017

The fourteenth Speed-IF was on June 26, 2000, and organized by Jason Dyer. Note that this actually took place after Speed-IF 11, because David Cornelson got the numbering wrong.

Premise

Special rec.games.int-fiction edition! The government is coming to take away something from you and you have to stop them. Bonus points for mentioning the Constitution of the United States (even if your story is based elsewhere) or time travel. Two hours starts counting from whenever you begin writing, if you feel like waiting until later.

Games

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