Looking at all of the websites devoted to IF and AIF, they almost always start out with an introduction to IF, and how AIF differs. Well, mine is no different.
If you're not familiar with Interactive Fiction (IF), it is a (mostly) text-based game system. It consists of simple commands typed in by the player such as "GO NORTH" and "LOOK IN BOX", and the computer response of results such as "You move north and enter a cavern lined with stalactites and stalagmites". In its best form, it is like an interactive novel, in which the story is revealed and shaped by the choices made by the player. (In its worst form, it is a frustrating game of "guess the verb" that makes you want to push your keyboard through your monitor, but let's pretend that doesn't happen.)
Adult Interactive Fiction (AIF) is a subset of IF specifically meant to indicate games with an adult theme. While this can mean many things, almost all games in this genre deal with sex. If regular IF is like an interactive novel, most AIF is like an interactive Penthouse Forum letter. I'm not saying that's a bad thing, I'm just not trying to sugar-coat anything. If you're just cruisin' the web, and you came across this website by accident, you should know what this is about.
Unfortunately, this site is designed to use frames, and either your browser doesn't support frames or you have frame support disabled. So, instead of seeing all of the neat things I have put together, you are seeing this page instead. My statistics show that since coming online Aug-4-2003, not a single person visited this site using a browser that didn't support frames. Therefore, I have opted not to re-design my website to support non-frame capable browsers. I apologize if this has inconvenienced you, and you are free to contact me and let me know about it. Email me