IFComp 2014 reviews   1 comment

Within a category, the entries are listed in alphabetical order. Recommendations with a star (*) are highly subjective/personal.

Highly Recommended

AlethiCorp by Simon Christiansen
Creatures Such as We by Lynnea Glasser
Eidolon* by A.D. Jansen
Fifteen Minutes by Ade
Hunger Daemon by Sean M. Shore
Venus Meets Venus* by kaleidofish
With Those We Love Alive by Porpentine, Brenda Neotenomie


Enigma by Simon Deimel
Jacqueline, Jungle Queen! by Steph Cherrywell
Missive by Joey Fu
Raik by Harry Giles
Tea Ceremony by Naomi Hinchen
The Black Lily* by Hannes Schueller
The Contortionist by Nicholas Stillman
The Entropy Cage by Stormrose
The Secret Vaults of Kas the Betrayer* by A.E. Jackson
Transparent by Hanon Ondricek

Not Recommended

And yet it moves by Orion
Arqon by H. J. Hoke
Begscape by Porpentine
Building the Right Stuff by Laura Mitchell
Caroline by Kristian Kronstrand
Excelsior by Arthur DiBianca
Following Me by Tia Orisney
HHH.exe by Robot Parking
Hill 160 by Mike Gerwat
Icepunk by pageboy
Inward Narrow Crooked Lanes by B Minus Seven
Jesse Stavro’s Doorway by Marshal Tenner Winter
Krypteia by Kateri
Laterna Magica by Jens Byriel
Milk Party Palace by Alon Karmi & Glenn Parker
One Night Stand by Giannis G. Georgiou
Origins by Vincent Zeng and Chris Martens
Paradox Corps by John Evans
Sigmund’s Quest by Gregor Holtz
Slasher Swamp by Robot
The Urge by PaperBlurt
Tower by Simon Deimel
Ugly Oafs by Perry Creel
Unform by S. Elize Morgan
Zest by Fear of Twine (Richard Goodness, lectronice, PaperBlurt)

Note: these are recommended based on the competition versions. A couple of the games could be bumped up the list with polished post-competition versions.

Posted October 28, 2014 by Jason Dyer

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