The games entered in the 2002 Annual Interactive Fiction Competition are available from the following locations:
If you want to download all of the games, you have several choices of files to download.
If you'd prefer to download individual games, you'll need to know what system the games were written using. You can find that out from the list of games. Then follow one of the links above and go into the directory corresponding to the appropriate game system.
Most of the interpreters you will need are available from the IF Archive. You will need interpreters for TADS 2 and 3, z-code, Glulx, ALAN, and (if you're running Windows) ADRIFT and Quest. There is one game written in BASIC. Interpreters are provided for DOS and MacOS; under Linux, you can use the Linux port of Chipmunk Basic to play it.
This year's organizer is Stephen Granade.