Thursday, March 06, 2003

A couple days ago, I received an e-mail requesting to use my game, Augmented Fourth, in a collection of interactive fiction games. Apparently, someone is creating an IF interpreter for the Dreamcast and wants the game as part of its free provided collection. With my interest renewed in it, I finally got around to setting up Matthew Russotto's Zplet on my site, so you can play the game here without having to download anything. Go to the Games page and look for Augmented Fourth for more information. If you've ever played the old Infocom text games, like Zork, Deadline, or Trinity, you'll be right at home.

I've finished creating an electronic copy of my Master's thesis and I'll be getting all the paperwork signed today. If you missed it the first time around, here it is:

    Labyrinth for chamber ensemble (15:45, 14.5MB MP3)
    Score and Accompanying Notes (3.0 MB PDF)

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