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A new listing for Save the World!, by Jedidjah Julia Noomen August 15, 2017
This mobile ‘interactive fiction meets scavenger hunt’ sends players on a walk through town to perform certain tasks to ward off a coming alien invasion. They get sent off with small materials like a piece...
verityvirtue reviews Predictions of a Strip Mall Psychic: "Telling the future in Texture" August 14, 2017
"This game was one of the first few games written in the current incarnation of Texture, presumably meant to showcase Texture's strengths..." - See full review
Sobol reviews A Study in Porpentine: "A surreal meditation" August 14, 2017
"A Study in Porpentine is a text game about making a text game. I initially expected something like Last Minute, where you make several..." - See full review
A new listing for Little Red Riding Hood, by @jschomay August 14, 2017
Little Red Riding Hood demo pieces With the completion of version 3.0.0 of the engine, I made a number of sample pieces demonstrating the new flexibility of the engine.
A new listing for The Box, by Jordan Jones August 13, 2017
A short puzzle game that challenges the player to use his or her powers of observation and association to unlock the mysteries of a strange safe.
A new listing for Trial of the Inuop, by Jordan Jones August 13, 2017
You find yourself on board an alien space vessel, tasked with escaping it. The fate of the Earth is at stake. This is intended to be a short puzzle game which may take around 20 - 30 minutes. Experienced IF...
MathBrush reviews Sensory Jam: "Better than it could have been" August 12, 2017
"This is just a demo game, but I found it amusing in a sort of way. It is clearly just set up to show off features of glulx. There are..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Ombre: "Effective in any language. Chilling." August 12, 2017
"This game is the French translation (by Hugo Labrande and Monsieur Blanc) of Shade. I found it very useful to use Emily Short's French IF..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews The Ebb and Flow of the Tide: "A unique game based on a Lord Dunsany story" August 12, 2017
"This game is perhaps best left undescribed, as its core mechanic is so unusual. It helps to type ABOUT or (I think) COMMANDS. The story..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Solitary: "A small game about a student and about mourning" August 12, 2017
"This is a game of the same sort of Wrenlaw, but smaller and less well implemented. You try to examine a variety of objects in your..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews The Hobbit: "A classic game with some difficulty due to randomization" August 12, 2017
"This is one of the best selling IF games ever. It has graphics and runs on Spectrum emulators (like Fuse). It has graphics, and is..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews The Tunnel: "A slick, moody hyperlink game with sound and graphics on a train" August 12, 2017
"This is a SubQ magazine game that has a pleasing atmosphere. It has graphics and background noise. You are on a train with your..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews LAIR of the CyberCow: "A goofy game about an evil cow... or is it?" August 12, 2017
"This is an ADRIFT game from 2008, and like most ADRIFT games (especially from that time), it has quite a few bugs. It's not terrible; it..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Beta Tester: "An interesting puzzle game marred by implementation issues" August 12, 2017
"This game has you trying out various products in a puzzly environment. It has a snarky parser that jokes about a corporate environment,..." - See full review
A new listing for The battle with the Half-Orc, by Zack August 12, 2017
You are a man thrown into an arena for a mistake not your own! You must fight for your survival at all costs. You can choose to befriend your enemies or please the crowd by killing. The choice is yours!...
A new Recommended List by Denk, Best of Level 9 August 10, 2017
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After Infocom and Magnetic scrolls, Level 9 is perhaps the best known IF company. Though their first games had a very primitive parser, their last games had very advanced parser similar to infocom. These are...
A new listing for Silent Streets: The Boy with the Flower Skin, by Richard Cobbett, studio Funbakers August 10, 2017
1867, the peak of Victorian era. You play a private eye from London who arrives in a grim coastal town to investigate a distress call from your old friend. You find him brutally murdered, and a short visit...
A new listing for Trials of the Thief-Taker, by Joey Jones August 10, 2017
In London, 1729, before they had police, they had you: thief-takers, hunting criminals for cash! Fire a flintlock and sip gin in the age of powdered wigs. Will you grow rich catching smugglers and...
Ivanr reviews Open Up!: "Cute!" August 9, 2017
"The title of this review sums up roughly 90% of what I have to say about Open Up!; it's a particularly cute and satisfying coda to..." - See full review
Hamptonoid reviews Hoosegow: "Dang fine" August 9, 2017
"As a casual IF player, I found this to be pitched perfectly - the puzzles are tricky, but not too hard. It's a single room, so no need to..." - See full review
Cory Roush reviews Pascal's Wager: "Excellent replay value, and (somewhat) educational" August 9, 2017
"I loved this game. It doesn't take itself too seriously (a game titled Pascal's Wager about religion could EASILY be one of the longest,..." - See full review
A new listing for You Got This, Brutadon!, by Plus Ultra August 7, 2017
You're the hype man and personal trainer for a towering kaiju named Brutadon-- your loyal friend since middle school, and a noble soul dedicated to the preservation of planet Earth. Using your inventory of...
A new listing for Can You Escape From Hell?, by ClickHole August 7, 2017
Laura Michet reviews Mastaba Snoopy: "One of the best twine games that exists on planet earth" August 7, 2017
"Among a certain "scene" of Twine devs, Mastaba Snoopy is revered like the god damn holy grail-- if the holy grail was gross and weird and..." - See full review
Cory Roush reviews Inside the Facility: "Completionists, beware!" August 7, 2017
"Only kidding - completionists will probably love this game, unless they have something important to do and are on a strict deadline. In..." - See full review
Oak1780 reviews Yukon Yelena: "Not Bad , If satire. Whats the point if serious." August 7, 2017
"As a satirical look at the many flaws and annoyances of to attempting to use the current glut of chatbot based home automation devices;..." - See full review
A new listing for The Hall of the Sorcerer King, by Celia August 7, 2017
A curse has struck the wizards of Althea: they can no longer regenerate mana. You're determined to find the source of the curse, even if it means venturing into an ancient underground fortress full of...
A new listing for Escape from Peruácru Island, by Kris Kowal and Kathleen Kowal August 6, 2017
There were once a brother and sister who would shrink themselves with red potions and explore the world from the back of a giant paper airplane. They discovered an uninhabited island amid the sparkling...
A new listing for Yukon Yelena, by Wing August 6, 2017
Congratulations, you are now the proud owner of a Yukon Industries Node, powered by Yelena, the voice-activated digital living room assistant that is always listening and always helping. Welcome to the...
A new listing for You Just Might Feel Something, by Devin Raposo August 6, 2017
Strange places hide strange places. You are watched as you find your place amongst them.
A new listing for The Wishing Wood, by Elizabeth Bernhardt August 6, 2017
Welcome to Death's country. You have a compass and a magic word. And Death? Death has bird-ladies and dying stars and way too many desserts. Will you find your way from Death's house through the stained...
A new listing for Sherlock Indomitable, by mathbrush August 6, 2017
Explore the world of Arthur Conan Doyle from Sherlock's point of view. Play through classic Holmes stories using the clue/topic system from the IFComp 2016 game Color the Truth. This demo version contains...
A new listing for The Sentence Editor: Blogging Is Hard, by fishandbeer August 6, 2017
You're a well-known blogger in the country. You're almost 40, the member of the boomerang generation. You fight against parental oppression, which says: "The only thing you can do is editing sentences. But...
A new listing for Prizon, by Jason Gamble August 6, 2017
A new listing for Playing with the White Dog, by Elizabeth Bernhardt August 6, 2017
You know, it's been a long day, and you're kind of tired. But wouldn't it be nice to play with a small white dog?
A new listing for Onna Kabuki: A Tale of Theatre and Revenge, by Victor Ojuel August 6, 2017
Japan, 1602. A noble lady, betrayed. A loyal samurai, fallen. A mysterious monk, unmasked. A titillating actress, haunted. A wayward drunkard, redeemed. Take your seat, for the curtain is drawn...
A new listing for Good For Nothing, by Katalina August 6, 2017
You wake to find your children murdered. This is 1920s Texas and the public is baying for your blood. Do you protest your innocence, believe you're mad, or think you're capable of infanticide?
A new listing for Duckman, by Wade August 6, 2017
Can you save the city? Without opposable thumbs? Probably not. But you're still going to try. Not because you can do it... but because no one else will.
A new listing for The Adam and Eve Project, by Brian Kwak August 6, 2017
A new competition page: Introcomp 2017 created August 6, 2017
All IntroComp entrants must submit an excerpt of a new, never before seen work of interactive fiction that is not yet complete.
MathBrush reviews La Tour d'Orastre: "A very well-developed RPG with shops, battles, and a huge tower" August 6, 2017
"This is a big game. You have a long, opening sequence (very long!) that is entirely linear, then you begin the actual game, which is one..." - See full review
adamfp reviews my father's long, long legs: "Compelling and evocative" August 6, 2017
"A creative and brilliant use of the medium coupled with a well written, interesting story. Spooky and great."
A new listing for La Tour d'Orastre, by Corax August 5, 2017
Incarnez le colosse ou la mascotte et tentez de survivre à l’implacable épreuve que représente la Tour d’Orastre ! Équipez-vous d’objets de plus en plus puissants, développez vos caractéristiques, livrez de...
A new competition page: Ludum Dare 39 created August 5, 2017
Ludum Dare is one of the worlds largest and longest running Game Jam events. Every 4 months, we challenge creators to make a game from scratch in a weekend.
A new listing for Your Utterly Unbeatable Natalya, by Leon Arnott August 5, 2017
A little game of people and magic.
A new listing for 9 Secret Steps, by mathbrush August 4, 2017
A hypertext fiction based on the They Might Be Giants song of the same name. Choose what to sacrifice as you enter a mystic society. Play time less than 15 minutes.
Mike Spivey reviews Mrs. Crabtree's Geography Class: "My nine-year-old had a blast with this" August 2, 2017
"I recently showed this game to my nine-year-old son. He had a lot of fun with it, spending a couple of hours playing it over a few..." - See full review
A new listing for Lifeline: Flatline, by Daryl Gregory and 3 Minute Games August 2, 2017
The Lifeline series takes a terrifying turn in this interactive horror experience. Every decision you make could help Wynn to safety, or lead her to an untimely end. Something has gone horribly wrong......
A new listing for Lifeline: Crisis Line, by Matthew Sturges and 3 Minute Games August 2, 2017
A dead lawyer, a mysterious green-eyed woman, stolen crystals with unexplained powers… and it’s only your first day on the job! You’re a HelpText volunteer, and the app has just paired you with Austin...
A new listing for Lifeline: Halfway to Infinity, by Dave Justus and 3 Minute Games August 2, 2017
Taylor's journey continues! Deep in the isolated vacuum of space, trapped in orbit around a strange black hole, our intrepid astronaut must once again reach out for a lifeline - YOU! Inside the spaceship...


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