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Christina Nordlander reviews ULTRA BUSINESS TYCOON III: "I have affluenza, and the only cure is more nano-woven abalone cards!" April 16, 2014
"Ultra Business Tycoon III is what life as a corporate executive looks like after half a gramme of cocaine. It's set in a surreal world,..." - See full review
A new listing for transgresion181288, by luis sanchez April 15, 2014
visión general del juego, como la propaganda en la parte posterior de un libro : resumen de la trama , el estilo de escritura , los aspectos técnicos , premios, etc
A new listing for The Sacred Staff of Deck Koji, by Dr. Al Gore April 15, 2014
Go on a short quest to obtain a staff.
A new listing for (do not) forget, by lectronice April 15, 2014
(do not) forget is a slightly surreal tale. It takes place in an isometric world inhabited by cute cubic animals. It is, however, not intended for children. This is a contemplative game, sometimes crude,...
streever reviews Surface: "Great atmosphere, solid writing, incredible use of twine" April 15, 2014
"There is a really difficult puzzle early on in the game; essentially a maze, because you are waiting for a random event to trigger, but..." - See full review
delano reviews Surface: "Interesting" April 14, 2014
"The story here mixes a fairly standard domestic conflict with a maybe less standard alien invasion plot. It works well enough; no..." - See full review
delano reviews Bear Creek, Part 1: "A good entry into the Spring Thing 2014 competition" April 14, 2014
"The unique directional system was a nice alternative to difficult puzzles. It took time to get used to the "ups" and "downs" and "backs",..." - See full review
A new listing for Gay Porn, by Charles King April 14, 2014
You're Fletcher Lawrence, a 18 year-old boy who is gay. Obviously.
A new listing for Normal Forest By Day, Dark Forest By Night, by Lepak, Vo, Lee, Thomack April 14, 2014
A boy wanders into the forest to ponder life... only to have his in danger.
A new listing for Love is Zero, by Porpentine, Sloane, Brenda Neotenomie April 14, 2014
Love is Zero is a quick replayable song-poem about vampire tennis school girls on the moon. Each playthrough is unique.
A new listing for The Tablets of Hippocrates, by S. Fawkes April 14, 2014
In 435 B.C. Hippocrates discovered a cure for cancer. This was written on two gold tablets which were then hidden in a magical forest and forgotten. The whereabouts of this forest have recently been...
A new listing for Parallel, by Ethan Crosthwaite April 14, 2014
You wake up in a basement-like room that seems to defy the laws of physics. After you escape the room you find that the rest of the building is normal. Or so it seems. Part-way through the game, you will...
A new Recommended List by Wes Modes, An Incomplete List of IF That I've Come To Love April 14, 2014
A new listing for Dungeon, by Jim Gerrie April 13, 2014
This game is based fairly closely on the old basic rules of D&D. On the dungeon screen, red walls definitely contain no secret passages, while the orange walls are ones you haven't searched yet. The letters...
A new listing for Dungeon Crawl, by Jim Gerrie April 13, 2014
Your peace-loving community is being ravaged by the denizens of a pit fiend who has taken up residence at the bottom of a nearby dungeon. He has bewitched a range of creatures, including prior unwary...
Tracy Poff reviews Journey to the Center of the Earth: "Of historical interest only" April 13, 2014
A new listing for Lumpies of Lotis IV, by John and Jeff Klein April 13, 2014
First published in COMPUTE! Issue 77 October 1986 this whimsical game casts you in the role of a spy on a hostile planet and features a realistic, three-dimensional maze. It runs on the PC, TRS-80 Color...
News on Kerkerkruip: Kerkerkruip 9 released April 13, 2014
A new listing for Sorcellerie/Sorcery, by Rafi Deryeghiyan April 12, 2014
Until 2036 the world was at peace, then unrest began to stir in society. 22 June 2037: Sorcerers reappear with terrifying powers. Small in number, they are easily controlled. Christmas 2037: A wizard...
Tracy Poff reviews All Quiet on the Library Front: "Unmemorable" April 12, 2014
"All Quiet on the Library Front by Michael S. Phillips is a 1995 interactive fiction game, entered in the first annual interactive fiction..." - See full review
A new listing for Artist Survival Simulator, by Gabriel Widing April 10, 2014
This is a more or less auto-biographical work on the living conditions for artists. I want to share my experience of balancing the thin line between artistic delusion and economic collapse.
A new listing for Everything you swallow will one day come up like a stone, by Porpentine April 10, 2014
Suicide is a social problem. Suicide is a social failure. This game will live through social means only. This game will not be around forever because the people you fail will not be around forever. They are...
A new listing for Weekend at Ruby's, by Liam Butler and Jackson Palmer April 10, 2014
A new listing for Surface, by Geoff Moore April 10, 2014
A Spring Thing 2014 entry. Surface should play in all modern browsers, however Chrome and Safari are recommended as text and image fades may not display properly in other browsers.
A new listing for The Wyldkynd Project, by Robert DeFord April 10, 2014
A new listing for The Story of Mr. P, by Hannes April 10, 2014
A translation of Die Geschichte des Herrn P. from German to English.
A new listing for Through Time, by MC Book April 10, 2014
A new listing for The Price of Freedom: Innocence Lost, by Briar Rose April 10, 2014
A new listing for A Game of Life and Death, by Kiel Farren April 10, 2014
A new listing for The Bibliophile, by Marshal Tenner Winter April 10, 2014
A modern Lovecraftian tale set in Baltimore.
A new listing for Bear Creek, Part 1, by Wes Modes April 10, 2014
Bear Creek, August 1975. Looking back, it was that summer, or maybe just that one day that changed everything. KC and the Sunshine Band was on the radio and you were eight years old. A curious daydreamer, on...
A new competition page: Spring Thing 2014 created April 10, 2014
The Spring Thing, also known as the Fall Fooferall, is an annual competition that was originally conceived and organized by Adam Cadre. The Spring Thing is designed to operate at the opposite time of year...
A new listing for Adventures of a Hexagon, by Tyler Zahnke April 10, 2014
A new listing for seven veils, by hastapura April 10, 2014
A new competition page: 2013 XYZZY Awards created April 10, 2014
A new listing for Bag of Dragons, by Jordan Wildman, Richard W, and Eric Shaughnessy April 9, 2014
Bags of Dragons is an experimental Game designed to see just how far bad spelling and grammar can be taken.
A new listing for Escaping a Nightmare, by Wolly Wombat April 9, 2014
Escape the nightmare. Try not to die.
A new listing for Fallout: Vault 17, by Snoother April 8, 2014
A story of upheaval and love: how life in a functioning and prosperous vault was abruptly ended. Fallout fanfiction made for the MidiLD 50. The theme was "demake". --Snoother
News on Reins: Version 2.0 released April 8, 2014
- Cover art and extra passages have been added.
- The central path has been expanded.
- Bookmark functionality has been added to allow the reader to jump back to the main path at any point. ...
A new listing for Aquarium, by Hannah PS April 8, 2014
You're seventeen. It's dark in here. Aquarium is a story game about skipping school with a cute boy. There are multiple endings. You can play in your browser on most devices - Internet Explorer will not...
A new listing for Enthar Seven, by Rob O'Leary April 8, 2014
A BBC Micro game in which you must explore seven sectors of the planet Enthar Seven in order to escape.
A new listing for Righteous Path, by Gerardo J. Hernandez and Kelly Jensen April 8, 2014
William S. Mathieson reviews KING OF BEES IN FANTASY LAND: "Punish mediocre advice with death" April 8, 2014
"This is one of the most creative games I've seen and also one of the funniest. It makes sense for cold food near the volcano, alright???"
William S. Mathieson reviews Citizens on the Mountaintop: The Story of the Civil War Amendments: "Heavy-handed satire" April 7, 2014
"Satire is very difficult to write, which is why very few succeed. There has to be characters and some semblance of a story, otherwise..." - See full review
jgerrie reviews The Cavern of the Morlocks/La Caverne des Morlocks: "Early Multiple Ending Adventure" April 7, 2014
"This text adventure in the 8-bit Basic program category is unique in several ways. First, its design permits multiple narrative pathways..." - See full review
William S. Mathieson reviews my father's long, long legs: "Not a CYOA. A mediocre short story with clicks." April 7, 2014
"A mediocre story can make a good, or even great, CYOA. A mediocre story with a couple of "choices" is just that-- a mediocre story. And..." - See full review
William S. Mathieson reviews their angelical understanding: "All style, no substance" April 7, 2014
"Nice sound effects but the style irritated me. It made me think I was in a pretentious poetry reading with an audience that sighs after..." - See full review
A new listing for Maledictus , by Alex Van Pelt, Connor Phillips April 7, 2014
Play the story where the choices you make decide your fate... choose well my friend...
A new listing for The Road, by Michael Hanley April 7, 2014
The Road is about two brothers, a knight and a squire, looking for the Holy Grail.
A new listing for Treasures Unknown, by Austin Benyo, Jeri Caamaño April 7, 2014
It's the year 1716, you and your brother James are the crew members of a pirate ship in the heart of the Caribbean. You long for true happiness, yet you know not where it may be found. So you travel along on...
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