Mini-comp submission rules are as
- Your game must have three or fewer rooms. Closets do not
count as rooms so long as they're just places to store things. If your
player is required to spend more than a couple of turns in a closet, it
counts as a room.
- Your game may have no more than one sexually active
- Your game may have one additional non-player character, but
this character must play a strictly supporting role in the game.
- Multimedia (images and sounds) are permitted, but may not
add more than 150KB to the native (unzipped) size of the game file.
- No part of your game can have been released to the public
before the deadline.
- Your game must be winnable.
Mini-comp submission procedures are as follows:
The submission deadline is Tuesday, April
I will be available to help beta-test your
game. Beta-testing is strongly encouraged.
I will collect the entries by e-mail and
post the games on this web site. Send your entry to ninnyAIF@core.com.
Authors should send a walkthrough with
their entry. The walkthrough will be used by comp organizers to verify
the game can be won and to provide hints for players.
Voting procedures are as follows:
Everyone, including entrants, will be
allowed to vote.
Voters will have approximately two weeks to
play all the games and vote. The voting deadline is Friday, April 21,
2006 at 8:30 a.m. U.S. Central Time.
Voting will be conducted in a manner
similar to that of the Erins: return a ballot marked in order of
preference for each category. Votes will be counted using the
Discussion of games (including requests for
hints) will be forbidden during the voting period.
Authors will not be permitted to post
updates of their games during the voting period. They may post
'technical bulletins' with instructions as to how to work around bugs
that are discovered. Technical bulletins must be approved by mini-comp
organizers before being posted.