Get Inside the Story with Interactive Fiction

By Dan Fabulich
Interactive Fiction Meetup Group Host

We play interactive fiction together on the first Saturday of every month. What is interactive fiction? It’s hard to define, but you’ll know it when you see it. It usually applies to games without graphics, or works of art that are interactive in some way (usually software).

Usually the term is used to refer to old-style text adventures. You know. Like Zork. “Twisty little maze of passages, all alike.” “Likely to be eaten by a grue.” Those games.

But not just those. We enjoy all kinds of games without graphics, as well as choice-based branching narratives (with and without graphics), and other games where a story is told by exploring and solving puzzles.

Games like these:

Blue Lacuna


Choice of the Dragon

Howling Dogs

Dominique Pamplemousse in “It’s All Over Once The Fat Lady Sings!”

We play and discuss all things interactive fiction, focusing on recent topics or developments in the community. We also demonstrate our own games or experiments in the area.

For more information, check out our web site at

Open Hours:
Weekends, 12PM-6PM
Gen. Adm: $5, Memberships Available