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Submitted by VikingDaddy 840d ago | opinion piece

My Strange Interactive Fiction Addiction

You thought the days of the text adventure were long over. That was before you discovered interactive fiction, the modern, independently published form the text adventure has taken since the commercial period ended in the early '90s. Now, you have a problem. (Aisle, Andrew Plotkin, Bigger Than You Think, Blue Lacuna, Culture, Emily Short, Fallen London, iPad, iPhone, Lost Pig, PC, Retro, You Find Yourself In A Room, Zork)

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