Adventures in Interactive Fiction

Success is North of Failure

Day Nothing – *shakes fist at real life*

Grrr… I’ve been so bogged down in work and client emergencies that progress on the game is at a temporary (no, really!  Only temporary) standstill.  I’ve managed to flesh out a few more room and scenery descriptions, but have not accomplished anything noteworthy in a few days.  Hopefully after this week most of the fires on the work front will be extinguished, and I’ll have time to dive into the game this weekend.

(She says to no one, since there’s been one hit on this blog since… it started.)


April 8, 2008 - Posted by | Game Progress


  1. Aha! I’m commenting on your most recent post, but I’d like to say that my blog is much for the same purpose.

    And unless I don’t count as a hit, I think your “blog stats” thingie is a bit broken..

    Anyway, I wish you luck with your game, and I’ll add you to my blog as well. 🙂

    Comment by Gio | April 8, 2008 | Reply

  2. Hmm, if it was broken then I think your presence has fixed it as it’s jumped quite a bit now! Thanks for visiting – hopefully things will be more interesting soon!

    Comment by Jules | April 10, 2008 | Reply

  3. I’m just now seeing the dates of your posting. 2008? Wow! I am behind the times. Anyway, is the pendulum still swinging here in 2012?

    Comment by Robert D DeFord | November 1, 2012 | Reply

  4. I may be slightly late to this party, by oh somewhere in the region of 10 years! However I am picking up your trail and should be with you somewhere around Autumn 2020. 🙂

    Comment by Adam Sommerfield | April 16, 2018 | Reply

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