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Making a thread for my submission, both to direct people to it (it doesn't appear to be visible in the Submissions page) and for any comments/questions/feedback anybody has.  The game is available here. (let me know if you can't see it)

Description:
In this comedy mystery text adventure you play the time-traveling assistant to bumbling detectives, at the ready wherever and whenever you're needed. Suspense, deduction, forensic science, three-dimensional characters, thought provoking puzzles.  This game has none of that.  It does feature part of a heist and part of a murder mystery and hopefully a few laughs. 

The game  should take an experienced text adventurer less than 20 minutes to play (It took me 30  to finish after I finished coding it. :D ) . The game also features hints if you need them (type "Hints").

The game was written in Inform 6 (z5) and requires a Zcode interpreter to play.

Well, it's partly visible - You can get to it, but not directly (and the stats show that two people have downloaded it, so others can see it too).  I'm going to make a thread to direct people to it, just in case.

Well, I would support including Inform 7 (IIUC, Inform 7 converts into inform 6 when compiling).  Though personally, I never liked Inform 7 when I took a look at it (admittedly, only briefly).  It felt odd for it to be in between a traditional programming language and English - kind of an uncanny valley for languages.  Anyway, I hope you two will be able to submit something, and good luck on your other jam, Garry.

Glad it submitted successfully - wasn't sure it did as I couldn't see it in the submissions.  I still can't - only by going to the screenshot page and clicking there do I get to it.

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I'm writing a game a game using I6.  (Didn't spot this jam until a few days ago, so given that and that I haven't used Inform in over a decade (and then, only for a few small, incomplete projects), it'll be a bit rushed).