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A new listing for Howwl, by Tipue January 30, 2015
Howwl is an web-based interactive fiction game. The genre is loosely apocalyptic horror.
A new listing for The HeadBanger's Quest, by Alexander Gambino January 30, 2015
A text-based, 8-bit romp through Metal designed to feel like a LoZ RPG.
ProfReader reviews All Roads: "Did not like" January 30, 2015
"In some games, a goal is to figure out what the goal is. This is one of those games (I think), but I found the play more frustrating than..." - See full review
matt w (Matt Weiner) reviews You Were Here: "not your average game, but a delightful bit of randomness" January 29, 2015
"You Were Here doesn't give you any interaction options and doesn't make any attempt at coherence. If you go in expecting some normal sort..." - See full review
besmaller reviews Ragnarok: Twilight of the Gods : "Short and funny IF diversion" January 28, 2015
"I really enjoyed Lost Pig, so I thought Id try one of Admiral Jota's other games. This one was an entry in "The penultimate not numbered..." - See full review
besmaller reviews Lost Pig: "Interesting characters, sensible puzzles, and just fun to play" January 28, 2015
"I've played a lot of interactive fiction, and Lost Pig stands out, because it was really fun to play from start to finish. The..." - See full review
J. J. Guest reviews IDSPISPOPD: "Smashing Pumpkins" January 28, 2015
"So far as I can tell, this gory tale, centred around the programmers behind 'DOOM' isn't interactive at all. There's something that looks..." - See full review
J. J. Guest reviews Lime Ergot: "—in the ::::: lime ::::: light :::::" January 28, 2015
"The most frightening of the Ectocomp 2014 games that I've played so far, Lime Ergot creates a genuinely unsettling atmosphere for all the..." - See full review
J. J. Guest reviews Devil's Food: "A Piece of Cake" January 28, 2015
"A lot of good quality writing has gone into this fast and funny Ectocomp entry. It's highly amusing and well worth playing, even if your..." - See full review
J. J. Guest reviews Eclosion: "Pharates Lost" January 28, 2015
"A creepy bit of body horror from the author of last year's equally disturbing Boogle. A parasite of some sort must complete a number of..." - See full review
verityvirtue reviews Inward Narrow Crooked Lanes : "Twice any anger ran ragged its long ladder against the roof rough with orchids." January 27, 2015
"I really liked the blurb. It sounds snarky. It sounds like it could be a satire. It sounds like it could be fun. The game itself, though,..." - See full review
jgerrie reviews The Quest: "A simple adventure for a simpler time" January 26, 2015
"This game is not for serious gamers. It will be of interest only to those interested in BASIC programming and the modest programs that..." - See full review
J. J. Guest reviews Choose Your Own SPOOKY Death: "Famous last words" January 26, 2015
"On receipt of the news that tonight is the night on which you will die, your reaction is one of stoical acceptance. All that remains is..." - See full review
J. J. Guest reviews The Weird Mirror: "Unfinished, but intriguing" January 26, 2015
"There are a lot of interesting ideas here; perhaps too many for a three-hour game, since most of them remain rather undeveloped. Some..." - See full review
J. J. Guest reviews City of the Living Dead: "No place like home" January 26, 2015
"Circumstances outside your control force you to move to a different part of a city again and again, as described in a panoply of randomly..." - See full review
J. J. Guest reviews halloween candy triage simulator: "Fun for a minute or two" January 26, 2015
"Being English I've never actually been trick-or-treating, it wasn't a thing here when I was a boy, so this simulator is the nearest I'll..." - See full review
J. J. Guest reviews Another Cliched Adventure Game: "Enjoyably Silly" January 26, 2015
"An enjoyably silly game peppered with David Whyld's arch humour. It might have been better without the apartment prelude; the fun really..." - See full review
J. J. Guest reviews Candlesmoke: "Quite an achievement" January 26, 2015
"A lovely, creepy Lovecraftian tale with some great alternative endings. Quite an achievement for three hours' work!"
A new poll by Floating Info, Games Theoretically but not Practically Beatable on First Attempt created January 25, 2015
4 votes for 4 games
I'm looking for a very specific level of difficulty: a game where you theoretically could beat it on your first attempt, but you won't. At some point in the game you'll fail, but that point may vary from...
Amphiareion reviews Galatea: "Conversation with a statue" January 25, 2015
"Galatea is all about interaction. You talk to a statue. She tells you things. You don't go anywhere, you don't solve any puzzles. You..." - See full review
A new listing for Initiation, by Benjamin Roux January 24, 2015
A new listing for A place to call my own, by Azure January 24, 2015
A place to call my own is a gamejam game made in 3 hours for my friend’s gamejame. We all opened a book then flipped through and moved our fingers around with the next person saying “stop”. Wherever their...
A new listing for Balaclava, by Nahuel Denegri January 24, 2015
A man chased by strangers will be forced to confront something very important that he has hidden in a very deep place itself. "Un hombre perseguido por extraños se verá obligado a enfrentar algo muy...
A new listing for Plic Ploc, by Adrien Saurat January 23, 2015
Irjowo99 reviews Creatures Such As We: "Most moving IF I've played" January 23, 2015
"This brought me to tears. I just finished it. I felt probably halfway through that I would have to write a review immediately. I've..." - See full review
A new listing for The room, by Beastmanjim January 21, 2015
A new listing for Castle of Doom, by Bad Dog Studios January 20, 2015
A choose your own adventure game where you’re out to steal a fantastic treasure from a creepy old castle. Multiple endings! Riddles! Monsters and booby-traps galore! Can you survive the night in the Castle...
Yaro reviews Fifteen Minutes: "Great Brain Teaser" January 20, 2015
"I'd been trying to complete Fifteen Minutes for a week until I finally beat it. Quite frankly, that was really rewarding experience! It..." - See full review
Andrew Schultz reviews 69,105 Keys: "Fun exercise for the player and writer. Warning: math nitpicking follows!" January 20, 2015
"I found myself coming back to this game more often than I thought. The author intended it as somewhat of an exercise, so I don't feel..." - See full review
CMG reviews Lime Ergot: "An indolent fever dream" January 20, 2015
"In this game you never move. You see and remember and hallucinate. You are standing on a sunbaked wharf and your commanding officer, a..." - See full review
A new listing for Test12345, by boojiboy January 19, 2015
Daemon Pyrate reviews DOUCHEBAG -- An Existential Adventure: "A Return to Classic IF in Modern Ironic Style" January 19, 2015
"This game has scoring and the same sadistic humor I loved in the old games. This one, though, has heavy irony and (thank God!) the UNDO..." - See full review
Amphiareion reviews Lost Pig: "An orc and a pig" January 19, 2015
"This short game was deservedly lauded on its appearance. Lost Pig seems to start off as a concept piece: Grunk is an orc and communicates..." - See full review
Amphiareion reviews Pytho's Mask: "Delightful romp through the Court of the Sun King" January 19, 2015
"Pytho's Mask succeeds effortlessly in painting a picture of a Court of an 18th Century that never was. A place of intrigue and courtiers,..." - See full review
Amphiareion reviews Photopia: "Integrated graphical effects and strong emotional impact" January 19, 2015
"Photopia has been an influential game. The amount of interactivity is small, but the story drives the game along. As has been mentioned,..." - See full review
Harry Coburn reviews The Northnorth Passage: "Interesting premise" January 18, 2015
"I enjoyed the tension in the game, which seems strange for a game where if you do anything except go north you'll activate the family..." - See full review
Harry Coburn reviews DOUCHEBAG -- An Existential Adventure: "Needs a tester" January 18, 2015
"Unfortunately, I could not get very far into this game due to some poor verb implementations. This game could really use some thorough..." - See full review
News on AlethiCorp: Source code now public January 18, 2015
The AlethiCorp GitHub repository is now public. Check out the source code at https://github.com/SimonChris/AlethiCorp. - Details
A new listing for DOUCHEBAG -- An Existential Adventure, by William Mathieson January 17, 2015
It's Saturday night. Rick Dushay must fulfill his purpose in life-- and die trying. (This game contains strong language and adult themes.)
A new listing for Dames and Deadites: A Clancy, Renaldo, and Al Adventure Part 1, by John Robert Franklin Sturgeon January 17, 2015
You play as Clancy, Renaldo, and Al, a trio of Ghost-Hunting Gumshoes, as you attempt to escape from the metaphorical prison of "unemployment," as well as the more-literal prison that is your office....
Hanon Ondricek reviews HIGH END CUSTOMIZABLE SAUNA EXPERIENCE: "One of my favorites" January 16, 2015
"This was a dashed off piece by Porpentine, but it's got a hysterical sense of humor. It's like someone on sugar and cocaine telling an..." - See full review
CMG reviews metrolith: "A game where learning more means knowing less" January 16, 2015
"This is a very short game. I don't know how many times I played it. You must play it over and over to explore the city fully. In that..." - See full review
Hanon Ondricek reviews woods leaves stream body blood: "A chilly little episode. " January 16, 2015
"I don't want to spoil any of this, it's very short, but does have a major trigger in it. It's a clever short jam-idea. I would have liked..." - See full review
News on Mean Streets: Walkthrough added January 16, 2015
Walkthrough for the game added on the request of several players, with a full breakdown of the scoring system too. - Details
jgerrie reviews Adventure: "A New Version of an Old Version of the Original Text Adventure" January 15, 2015
"For Retrochallenge 2015 I ported Will Crowther's original Colossal Cave "Adventure" source code to Microsoft Micro Color Basic. The new..." - See full review
A new listing for woods leaves stream body blood, by David Demchuk January 15, 2015
An eight-year-old boy finds a body in the woods near his grandmother's house. Somewhere there is a dog barking.
A new listing for The Quest, by Christopher Lampton January 15, 2015
A demo text adventure by Christopher Lampton from his book "How to Create Adventure Games." A version for the TRS-80 MC-10 was made by Eric Underhill. All your life you had heard the stories about your crazy...
A new listing for Someone Keeps Moving My Chair, by Ryan Veeder January 15, 2015
Something is amiss in Garry's office. A prequel to The Statue Got Me High.
Andrew Schultz reviews Goose, Egg, Badger: "Play, process, praise" January 15, 2015
"This is the sort of game where I scream out "I want more games like this!" though I'd have absolutely no way to tell people how to go..." - See full review
Form 27b-6 reviews Wishbringer: "Gentle and clever" January 14, 2015
"Wishbringer is a whimsical fantasy adventure of intimate scale. Your goal seems mundane at first; to rescue the cat. That is until you..." - See full review


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