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Victor Gijsbers reviews Horse Master: "The illusion of perfect happiness" July 28, 2015
"I don't know whether like is the right verb, but I certainly had a positive response to Horse Master. The game has imagination,..." - See full review
Victor Gijsbers reviews Savoir-Faire: "One of the great puzzle games" July 28, 2015
"I still haven't finished Savoir-Faire. I played through almost the entire main part of the game a couple of months ago, but then I had to..." - See full review
A new listing for The Pond, by D.B.T July 27, 2015
You are a kid who decided to play hooky from school and venture forth to the old swimming hole. The only thing is that your not alone. A spirit that haunts the area is looking for a friend and guess what,...
Andrew Watt reviews Feu de Joie: Session 3 (Storeys): "Way down in the (rabbit) hole" July 27, 2015
"If you're not already on board with Feu De Joie, this installment is unlikely to change your mind, but if you are (welcome to the club,..." - See full review
A new listing for It's Killing Time, by Eric Bonholtzer July 27, 2015
Experience the unstoppable power of your imagination in a game where your choices as an assassin control the story! Set off on a tense thrill-ride as you travel the glamorous, fast-paced world of...
A new poll by Floating Info, Great Openings created July 27, 2015
14 votes for 8 games
What games have your favorite openings? By opening I mean everything before the first room description in a parser game or the first screen of a choice game. It could be a sentence, a few sentences, a...
A new listing for Ice Station Alpha, by D.B.T July 26, 2015
You play an unknown named character and you were left behind by your team to handle a crisis with a material breach in the lab. Now under lock down, you must try and survive before madness kicks in. Will you...
Harry Coburn reviews Abusive Relationship Simulator: "Not a game, but delivers the point" July 26, 2015
"Having been in an emotionally abusive relationship, albeit with the genders switched than this game, it delivers the point well. Not..." - See full review
A new competition page: IntroComp 2014 created July 26, 2015
A new Recommended List by MathBrush, Great games in a mostly realistic setting July 26, 2015
11 items
These are games that for the most part don't contain magical elements or futuristic technology. This includes games where there might be magic or futuristic technology, but you don't know until the end. So...
Hanon Ondricek reviews Glass Jar: "Creepy but not interactive" July 25, 2015
"This is a short story told in second-person in Twine. There is no interaction since the only link on each page leads to the next page...." - See full review
Hanon Ondricek reviews When I die, I want you to have all of my stuff.: "Sadness of Inventory" July 25, 2015
"Interesting idea with good writing. An inventory of things that lets you infer the story around it. It's a bit abrupt, and assumes you..." - See full review
A new listing for When I die, I want you to have all of my stuff., by elizawriteshere July 24, 2015
A new listing for Glass Jar, by elizawriteshere July 24, 2015
A new listing for Manca solo un verso a quella poesia - capitolo 1, by Diavolo dei crocicchi July 24, 2015
This is a game that brings you in a fantasy world where you will meet fairies, goblins, killer rabbits and many more strange creatures that will help you to face the Death, who, apparently, is not your worst...
wind chimes wind chimes reviews Speak French: "C'est mal - It's bad." July 24, 2015
"I like French. I would like pictures. An update soon."
A new poll by Bishopofbasic, Some of the worst games written. created July 23, 2015
2 votes for 2 games
The last time I put up a poll, I got some really great games, and loved playing them. So now I'm looking for some of the worst IF games ever created within the community. Something in the likes of Ed Wood.
A new Recommended List by MathBrush, Best fantasy games July 22, 2015
35 items
These are my favorite games that include some sort of magical or fantastical element. Games with mostly horror or sci-fi elements are on other lists. I've included my four favorite "High fantasy" games...
A new listing for Crysys 1 - Il Tocco del Caos, by Gnuck and C July 22, 2015
Il tuo nome Crysys e sei la paladina di questa avventura. Il Caos ha distrutto il tuo pianeta e la tua vita oramai improntata alla vendetta. Your name is Crysys and you are the heroine of this adventure....
MathBrush reviews Lydia's Heart: "One of the largest games out there, with very hard puzzles and great plot" July 22, 2015
"Lydia's Heart is a game in the class of Anchorhead, Mulldoon Legacy, Curses!, and Worlds Apart in terms of size and story. To see the..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Wishbringer: "Infocom game for beginnners with a light world/dark world concept" July 21, 2015
"This Infocom game is directed towards younger players but is appropriate for adults; in fact, the game is still very challenging. The..." - See full review
A new poll by Sam Kabo Ashwell, The Squick Squad created July 21, 2015
9 votes for 7 games
A list of games with a heavy emphasis on disgusting, gross-out subject-matter, whether in service to some higher goal, or just because the author is nine years old and thinks poop is the funniest thing ever.
MathBrush reviews A Mind Forever Voyaging: "Explore a simulation of a giant city 10, 20, 30 and more years into the future" July 20, 2015
"In this Infocom game, you play PRISM, a sentient computer who has been designed to simulate the future for planning purposes. This game..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Dual Transform: "A one-room, one-item, one-container, one-creature game with logical puzzles" July 20, 2015
"Dual Transform, by Andrew Plotkin, is one game that I think would be great for beginners without being condescending or annoying; it is..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Glass: "A short, one-room fairy-tale game where you cannot act" July 20, 2015
"This is one of my two favorite Emily Short games (the other being Floatpoint). In this game, a re-telling of Cinderella, you play an..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Dead Like Ants: "A short fantasy game about anthropomorphic insects that defies IF conventions" July 20, 2015
"Dead Like Ants is indeed about ants. You play an ant in red overalls sent by the queen to appease 5 creatures located on your tree. The..." - See full review
A new listing for Welcome Home, by D.B.T July 19, 2015
You are driving home to visit you're family and decide to travel down the back country roads to avoid traffic. But alas the car breaks down and it starts raining. But wait, in the distance you can see the...
Bainespal reviews Rainbows and Dance Parties!: "Not All of Us" July 18, 2015
"Rainbows and Dance Parties clothes a straightforward efficiency simulation with the political and cultural environment of the recent..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews So Far: "Puzzle-heavy surreal game. Like Porpentine before Porpentine" July 18, 2015
"I played "So far" years ago, made it to the bird-animal farm, and never got any further. It was just overwhelming. I don't like games..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Rematch: "A one-room, one-action game with more than meets the eye" July 18, 2015
"I had heard of this game years before I played it. I didn't have a TADS interpreter, and I was only using mobile, so I just read the..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Sunset Over Savannah: "Mid-length vacation game with great text and game world interrupted by puzzles" July 18, 2015
"Sunset over Savannah is a relaxing, enjoyable read. You are a vacationer contemplating quitting their job, and looking for a sign or..." - See full review
Victor Gijsbers reviews Escape from the Man-Sized Cabinet: "Nice pictures, not as great on the humour" July 17, 2015
"The visual aesthetics of this short twine game are very good: deliberately retro fonts are coupled to colourful, old-school pictures. The..." - See full review
A new listing for Escape from the Man-Sized Cabinet, by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert July 17, 2015
A promotional game for the upcoming US late night talk show The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. You play Stephen Colbert, who is bored and wanders into a man-sized cabinet.
A new listing for Humanity in Exile, by 8-Bit Kemp July 17, 2015
You've lived on planet Allzoa for ten years, alone, with no family to take care of you. Now, you've been out-casted into the Great Void, a section of space in turmoil from the collision between two galaxies....
A new listing for Humanity in Exile, by 8-Bit Kemp July 17, 2015
You've lived on planet Allzoa for ten years, alone, with no family to take care of you. Now, you've been out-casted into the Great Void, a section of space in turmoil from the collision between two galaxies....
A new listing for Humanity in Exile, by 8-Bit Kemp July 17, 2015
You've lived on planet Allzoa for ten years, alone, with no family to take care of you. Now, you've been out-casted into the Great Void, a section of space in turmoil from the collision between two galaxies....
A new listing for Champion of the Gods, by Jonathan Valuckas July 17, 2015
In the battle to save your people, will you defy the gods? In an ancient world where myth is reality and fate is relentless, your destiny will lead you to secrets no mortal should ever know. "Champion of the...
A new Recommended List by MathBrush, Annotated list of best sci-fi games July 16, 2015
18 items
A few months ago, I thought, "There really aren't that many sci-fi IF games". Then I started going through old games I had played, and downlaoded TADS, and was shocked at how many great sci-fi games there...
MathBrush reviews Rogue of the Multiverse: "Adventure, power, wealth, and romance" July 16, 2015
"If not for its recent creation and platform choice, this would probably be one of the most popular games on all of IFDB. It is part sim..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews The Plant: "Like the statue with feet of clay and iron" July 15, 2015
"There is an old story about a man who dreamed of a giant statue with feet made of clay mingled with iron, symbolizing strength mixed with..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Savoir-Faire: "Technically brilliant game with unsympathetic PC" July 13, 2015
"Savoir-Faire is a longish game set in an alternate-world version of France. The game prominently features a magic system involving..." - See full review
wind chimes wind chimes reviews Beware The Faerie Food You Eat: "Eat Drink Dance See the faerie queen" July 13, 2015
"I like humans. Heads. Toes. Fingers. Hearts. Mushrooms. Dancing. I would like it mobile optimised. Tabs."
MathBrush reviews Zork III: "A haunting and evocative finale to the Zork series." July 12, 2015
"The finale in the Zork series is a big change from the first two games. The game is smaller as to puzzles and map, but much bigger on..." - See full review
A new poll by Bishopofbasic, I'm looking for a great surreal game. created July 12, 2015
30 votes for 16 games
It's pretty hot up here in Canada and I was wondering if anyone knew of any great surreal type games. Something I can spend my time in front of the AC or in my office hiding from the world. Thanks you guys.
A new listing for Into the Shadows of the Maze, by D.B.T July 12, 2015
Imagine yourself driving down an old country road and as the sunsets. You see a large wooden sign, painted by hand, and coming apart by the weather. A corn maze? You say to yourself, now I've never done that...
MathBrush reviews Metamorphoses: "A game with thousands of possible items and many endings" July 12, 2015
"I revisited this game after five years. This time I was struck by the enjoyability of playing around with the transformation machines...." - See full review
wind chimes wind chimes reviews 36 Questions: "Last chat" July 12, 2015
"I like fun quizzes. Personal questions. Self knowledge. Meeting someone new. Writing games like Does Canned Rice Dream of a Napkin Heap?..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews That Sinister Self: "Another good game by Astrid Dalmady" July 11, 2015
"That sinister self is a great, linear, short-to-mid length twine game dealing with body image. Like Astrid's other stories, I found my..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Zork II: "A fantastic retooling of material from MIT Zork, with some new material" July 11, 2015
"Zork II incorporates my favorite puzzles from MIT Zork: the palantirs, the tea room, the round room, the robot, the volcano, the glacier..." - See full review
A new Recommended List by MathBrush, Favorite "atmosphere" games July 11, 2015
13 items
These are games that are fun because of the atmosphere and plot more than the puzzles. These games are not too hard and not too easy. They generally have a big over-arching theme. I have included most horror...


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