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Many of you might remember the "Read-Along" book and record combo for the "Story of Missile Command": Well I recently converted the audio from the record to MP3 and decided to take it a step further. I've built an "interactive" version of the original story book so that those that do not own it can listen to the story (and "amazing" special sound effects lol) and flip through the pages. It was a fun little project for me and I hope you enjoy. It's available as a free download and I'll love for everyone to give it a shot and let me know what you think. The download is just under 15MB (I didn't bother trying to reduce the size of the audio since 15MB isn't much of a big deal anymore sadly). I have already converted the audio for the "Story of Asteroids" and plan on working on that one in the next couple of weeks. If anyone wants to know more technical details on how it was accomplished or has suggestions for other little projects like this let me know. Go to this page for the download. It is presently available only for Windows (sorry Mac and Linux users). http://www.pcmuseum.ca/details.asp?id=39639&type=Memorabilia
This contest is now closed for new submissions. We only had 2 entries which you can find here http://atariage.com/forums/topic/224499-interactive-fiction-context-entries-submissions/?hl=%2Binteractive+%2Bfiction&do=findComment&comment=3020110 . Voting is open to all AtariAge members, and will be open till August 9th. If you plan on voting, please download the programs and give them a try. Any questions about the programs can be posted in this topic. The winner will be announced on August 10th and the prize will be an original copy of "Get Lamp: The Text Adventure Documentary" DVD by Jason Scott UPDATE: At the request of Sometimes99er, his entry was removed from the contest. Therefore, with only one entry left, there is little to vote on. I still hope you get to download the games and give them a try.