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A new listing for A Tale of the Cave, by Snoother September 1, 2014
No longer are William McGonagall's ruinous effects confined to poetry. Made for the Ruin Jam 2014.
News on The Ascent of the Gothic Tower: Noncommercial release September 1, 2014
Gothic Tower is now freely available to download or play online through the author's website. - Details
A new listing for The Terror Aboard the Speedwell, by Javy Gwaltney August 31, 2014
A sci-fi horror story with many different endings, this game takes place in the same fictional universe of You Were Made For Loneliness. You can play as either Julia or Zoe; each protagonist has their own...
Emilka reviews Progression: "hard to understand" August 31, 2014
"The game starts out with you and your brother Erasmus descending into a dungeon. While you descend you can steer the game by focusing on..." - See full review
Hanon Ondricek reviews IGT: "Not Proofread, Needs Work" August 30, 2014
"I suspect this game was written by someone either very young and new to writing, or someone whose primary language is not English. I quit..." - See full review
A new listing for Into a mind of madness, by D.B.T August 30, 2014
A dark world, forgotten by an enclave of tree's and brush. A world forever haunted by the mists of the unknown. The ever approaching reign of darkness is soon going to cover all as the sun vanishes. For you...
A new listing for Capsule, by PaperBlurt August 30, 2014
Alone. In space. A vessel the size of Wales, floating through the endless night. You are the keeper of millions of people. But what might be happening in Sector 24-R?
A new listing for Just Another Christmas Day, by Zachary Worcester August 29, 2014
A short comedy game about Christmas day as you always didn't remember it. This game is filled with slapstick humor, and silly easter eggs to find throughout. Have fun!
A new listing for sugar lung, by malachy_o August 29, 2014
finally the journey stops will you be safe from the sharks? and what is sugar lung? who can say
A new listing for history jacket, by malachy_o August 29, 2014
the tales keep on the road fright, drama, kissing all things that appear in history jacket
A new listing for interesting coat, by malachy_o August 29, 2014
it begins of the malachy trilogy interesting coats history jackets sugar lungs who will say what havoc awaits?
A new listing for Diamond Find (FractalFic), by wolfbutler August 28, 2014
Diamond Dave has made off with all of your diamonds in the dead of night! You bellow your rage into the indifferent morning. Luckily, the nearby urban wasteland of Diamond City sits in the shadow of the...
A new listing for IGT, by cdf121 August 28, 2014
A short interactive adventure made using the open source tool called Twine. Made originally for Ludum Dare 30. It is about a captain who is about to install the first ever interplanetary telephone.
Fetaznapleta reviews A Cold Grave: "Very, very nice." August 27, 2014
"I liked it a lot. You will too."
Hanon Ondricek reviews Test Game 2: "Does a test game really need an IFDB entry?" August 26, 2014
"Especially more than one? (Not by this author, I see now)"
A new listing for Hell's Basement, by Simon Leek & Peter Laskin August 26, 2014
You wake up beneath hell. Enjoy yourself and solve some puzzles along the way.
A new listing for Test Game 2, by Dustin August 26, 2014
A new listing for la lojbo ckule ku, by Dustin Lacewell August 26, 2014
bluevelvetwings reviews Dead Cities: "A New Favorite" August 25, 2014
"Though perhaps not as a game, per se, but as a work of fiction. For me, it holds tension and atmosphere throughout, and it doesn't fall..." - See full review
A new listing for Familiaris, by Greg Klein August 24, 2014
Jason Lautzenheiser reviews Ecdysis: "Haunting and creepy" August 24, 2014
"Under-implemented and not a lot going on, however the story is very creepy, one that sticks with you for a time. I love Lovecraft and..." - See full review
A new listing for Time Travelers, by Ann B. Mayeux August 23, 2014
Your strange friend Dr. Tempus has called you to his house. "I have created a *Time Machine* I call it TM & it seems to be tempermental--only goes to seven time zones, but just think! We could return with a...
Jason Lautzenheiser reviews The Bible Retold: The Lost Sheep: "Simple take on a Biblical story" August 23, 2014
"This was a quick and simple take on the Biblical parable of The Lost Sheep. Fairly linear and puzzles are simple, though could perhaps be..." - See full review
A new poll by BlitzWithGuns, First IF that you have ever played created August 23, 2014
22 votes for 14 games
What is the first IF that you have ever played? The game that made you love the concept of IF?
A new listing for Time, by Lars "HerrvonSpeck" Engelmann August 22, 2014
"Time" is about time...
A new listing for Circa Regna Tonat, by JS Choinski August 20, 2014
A short journey through historical Tudor times.
A new listing for You Are Invited, by Thorin Klosowski August 19, 2014
This is a game about social anxiety, dealing with various parts of your day when you have anxiety, and making you feel somehow even more anxious along the way.
A new listing for La Noche del Ensayo, by Guillermo Crespi August 19, 2014
"La Noche del Ensayo" tiene sus raíces en los relatos de misterio con un grupo de extraños aislados en una lujosa casa donde algo sale muy mal. En este caso, sin embargo, no se trata de la aristocracia de...
A new listing for Chalk Circles, by Paul Jessup August 18, 2014
A short IF demo for the novel/Kickstarter Chalk Circles. Description of the book: Gutter Punks, dropouts, and street poets find a college where the 1% learn magic. They steal spells & take them online...
News on Sequitur: Sequitur Release 2 August 17, 2014
The second release of Sequitur is now available. Sequitur was entered in ShuffleComp, finishing as one of the ten commended games. The source code is available at www.nigeljayne.ca. - Details
News on Threediopolis: Threediopolis release 3 August 17, 2014
Threediopolis is now in release 3, with many bug fixes, text tweaks, and new aids for the player. The walkthrough/logic was tuned up. While the game is being uploaded to IFArchive, the dropbox link on the... - Details
Marshal Tenner Winter reviews Test Game 1: "A Tour de Force" August 16, 2014
"This game is unrivaled in Western Letters. I laughed. I cried. I shit my pants."
A new listing for Test Game 1, by Anonymous August 15, 2014
A new listing for Test Game 1, by Anonymous August 15, 2014
A new listing for Lurkley Manor, by Richard Ramella August 13, 2014
Intro: I am, of course, Igor. You are an unlucky fool now locked in Lurkley Manor. To travel, press N for North, E for East, W for West, S for South. In every scene you face north. Find the attic to...
A new listing for Kiss of Wolves 2: My Sumptuous Conifers, by Axmill August 12, 2014
After the events of Kiss of Wolves, Cyrus must take care of his cubs in the Coniferous Forest of Valsar. Inspired by Disney Bears, Sluggish Morss, and film noir. Includes the supplemental material 8-Step...
A new listing for Wake Up, by xavea August 11, 2014
You are trapped in a dream. You must wake up.
streever reviews I'm Really Sorry About That Thing I Said When I Was Tired and/or Hungry: "I was able to rate this by the 5th click" August 11, 2014
"I could tell it was fantastic, and it kept getting better. This is essentially an autobiography, with a fun element of interactivity in..." - See full review
jgerrie reviews The Deed of the York: "Oh, for those Wonder-filled Early Days of 8-bit Computing..." August 9, 2014
"This was the first text adventure program I ever played. I remember choosing it for the simple reason that its byte count looked about..." - See full review
MaxTux reviews Americano: "Original" August 9, 2014
"Original plot, nice music and nostalgic 8bit graphic."
Jason Lautzenheiser reviews Deadsville: "Not a bad intro" August 9, 2014
"Just looking through some old games and stumbled upon this one. Quick intro that while short and never appeared to be finished, was..." - See full review
Hanon Ondricek reviews I'm Really Sorry About That Thing I Said When I Was Tired and/or Hungry: "Quality Time With Deirdra Kiai!" August 9, 2014
"This autobiography of Deirdra "Squinky" Kiai (tubaist, graphical adventure creator) is delightful and I enjoyed it thoroughly. I felt..." - See full review
Hanon Ondricek reviews Zombie Wizard of the Apocalypse, Episode 3: "ZOMbie WIZard...DWEEEDLEDEEDWEEEDLEDEEDWEEDLEDEE~<80s guitar solo>" August 8, 2014
"These get better as they continue. The author has finally stopped the one-move random death traps and delivered a new chapter that..." - See full review
A new listing for I'm Really Sorry About That Thing I Said When I Was Tired and/or Hungry, by Deirdra "Squinky" Kiai August 8, 2014
"I'm Really Sorry About That Thing I Said When I Was Tired and/or Hungry" is a mostly-autobiographical story of how it was like growing up among several different cultures and not really fitting into any of...
A new listing for Zombie Wizard of the Apocalypse, Episode 3, by Andrew Watt August 7, 2014
In "The Lards of Dargtown," Nimrod makes an unlikely ally and embarks on a gristly mission. Rimshot.
News on Invisible Parties: Invisible Parties, release 3 August 7, 2014
A small bugfix update, to address a bug with the GO TO verb, some quirks with conversation with Reba, and yet more of the Intractable Spacing Issues. - Details
A new listing for Sewer Diamond War of 3096 Reenactment, by Porpentine August 6, 2014
a rat-demon sewer war reenactment with many "fun" character and choices
News on Invisible Parties: Invisible Parties, release 2 August 6, 2014
Invisible Parties is now on its second release, the first post-comp. This clears up a substantial number of bugs, adds a great deal of content, and makes several changes to make the game easier to... - Details
A new poll by cynical11, Games with character creators/creation created August 3, 2014
6 votes for 6 games
Basically, any game that features any kind of character creation system; but, the more in-depth, the better.
Hanon Ondricek reviews You Were Made For Loneliness: "Marvelous Writing Difficult Read" August 3, 2014
"This story delivers a mad sort of intensity casting the reader as a past-its-prime robot which is purchased at a yard sale and pressed..." - See full review


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