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==Games==
 
==Games==
* ''Burnt Toast'', by [[Josh Giesbrecht]]
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* ''[[Burnt Toast]]'' ([[Josh Giesbrecht]]; [[Z-code]]).
* ''Friar Bacon's Secret'', by [[Carl Muckenhoupt]]
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* ''[[Friar Bacon's Secret]]'' ([[Carl Muckenhoupt]]; Z-code).
* ''Got Toast?'', by [[Jim Fisher]]
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* ''[[Got Toast?]]'' ([[Jim Fisher]]; Z-code).
* ''The Incredible Shrinking Woman, Too!'', by [[David Dyte]]
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* ''[[The Incredible Shrinking Woman, Too!]]'' ([[David Dyte]]; Z-code).
* ''Masters of Toasting'', by [[Leon Lin]]
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* ''[[Masters of Toasting]]'' ([[Leon Lin]]; [[TADS 2]]).
* ''Mr. Remote Mom'', by [[Lenny Pitts]]
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* ''[[Mr. Remote Mom]]'' ([[Lenny Pitts]]; TADS 2).
* ''Spitting Crumbs'', by [[Duncan Cross]]
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* ''[[Spitting Crumbs]]'' ([[Duncan Cross]]; Z-code).
* ''There Is No Bread'', by [[Mikko Vuorinen]]
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* ''[[There Is No Bread]]'' ([[Mikko Vuorinen]]; [[Alan]]).
* ''This Is The Toaster'', by [[Peter Berman]]
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* ''[[This Is The Toaster]]'' (Anonymous; TADS 2).
* ''Toasterama'', by [[Doug Jones]]
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* ''[[Toasterama]]'' ([[Doug Jones]]; TADS 2).
* ''Tommy the Toaster'', by "Coala"
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* ''[[Tommy the Toaster]]'' ([[Coala]]; Z-code).
* ''(You're) TOAST!'', by [[Gunther Schmidl]]
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* ''[[(You're) TOAST!]]'' ([[Gunther Schmidl]]; [[Glulx]]).
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
* [http://www.ministryofpeace.com/if/toaster-comp/ The Great IF Toaster Contest]
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* [http://www.ministryofpeace.com/if/toaster-comp/ The Great IF Toaster Contest].
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===Reviews===
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* [http://www.brasslantern.org/reviews/text/toasterrobertson.html Reviews] by [[Evin Robertson]].
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[[Category:Minicomp]] [[Category:2000]]
 
[[Category:Minicomp]] [[Category:2000]]

Latest revision as of 03:23, 22 November 2017

ToasterComp, a.k.a. The Great IF Toaster Contest, was a minicomp organized by Mark Musante that ran from mid-August to September 1st, 2000.

There was an unofficial sequel; see Speed-IF ToasterComp II.

Premise

Make a toaster. The toaster should have a lever on it (to push down the bread) and a slide or dial to set the toastedness to. See how much of a game you can make out of it -- let your imagination run wild, as they say.

Games

Links

Reviews