The 2009 competition was organized by Greg Boettcher.
Voting ended on April 27, 2009. If you haven't already played the games, you can download them below.
A big thanks to all who voted in the comp, and to those who donated prizes. And congratulations to the entrants.
You'll need an interpreter to play most of these games. Actually, you'll need more than one interpreter, one for each game type (ADRIFT, Glulx, and Z-Code). To find out which interpreters are best for your system, consult ifwiki.org's list of IF interpreters.
The Spring Thing would like to thank the following people:
for starting the competition;
Obviously, the general purpose of Spring Thing is to promote interactive fiction. More specifically, there are three aims that make the Spring Thing different from the annual IF Comp: