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MathBrush reviews The Cardew House: "A short, spare haunted house game" July 29, 2016
"This 2013 ifcomp game is a short, small game with about a dozen rooms. The game has some atmospheric effects and a context sensitive help..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Congratulations!: "Take care of a crying baby. Short and spare." July 29, 2016
"In this short ifcomp game, you run around trying to feed, change, and put your baby to sleep. The game is spare with uncapitalized room..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Transit: "A short twine game with graphics about finding a friend in an airport" July 28, 2016
"In this short Twine game, you are looking for a friend in an airport. This version of Twine uses unlimited scroll back, a nice feature...." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Professor Frank: "A massive, lock-and-key goofy humor game" July 28, 2016
"This is a very large, spare game entered into IFComp. You wander around a large variety of areas, including a library, a secret lab, a..." - See full review
A new listing for Euphoria, by Martyav July 27, 2016
An interlocking sci-fi/fantasy story about three characters that never actually meet in real life, "Euphoria" details the moments leading up to an unusual rescue mission. The story is told in the second...
MathBrush reviews Star Hunter: "A giant, sparse if comp game hunting for and selling treasure" July 27, 2016
"If you look at the walkthrough for this game, you'll see that it's absolutely huge for an if comp game (perhaps 4+ hours), and that the..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Raising the Flag on Mount Yo Momma: "A puzzle game in a small club about finding insults" July 27, 2016
"In this game, you are in a 3x3 club and must find some dirt on the reigning Yo Momma champion. You have to wander around and try to look..." - See full review
A new listing for Zombienomicon TM Eisegesis interactive fiction, by Zombienomicon Eisegesis July 26, 2016
Zombienomicon Eisegesis is a write your own / choose your own adventure type interactive fiction project based on the Extend-A-Story "addventure" style program. ZE focuses on the works of PKD (Philip K....
MathBrush reviews Freedom: "A short, small slice of life game." July 26, 2016
"This game is small, but relatively neat and tidy. You have to go out and get groceries and check on a book before a meeting. It's fairly..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews East Grove Hills: "An on the rails parser game about a school shooting" July 26, 2016
"East Grove hills tells the story of a group of friends who go through a school bombing/shooting. Like photopia, it is told using non..." - See full review
IFonthebrain reviews Anchorhead: "Not for the squeamish--but a little more romance, please! " July 25, 2016
"When I downloaded this game last month, I kept putting off playing it because I thought it would be JUST an interactive novel, with very..." - See full review
A new listing for stop, by erik July 25, 2016
MathBrush reviews The Immortal: "A somewhat clunky afterlife surreal game in space" July 25, 2016
"This game came in 22nd out of 27 or so games in 2007, and that surprised me at first. It's a fairly large game with some nice writing...." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Ruiness: "A post-apocalyptic world of bizarre fantasy and many PCs" July 25, 2016
"In this game by Porpentine, an author known for creating bio-mechanical worlds that are almost hallucinatory. This game is a great..." - See full review
VolcaBeast reviews POET The Game: "Transgressive and profound" July 24, 2016
"The Ovid's Metamorphoses of interactive fiction. It will change your life."
MathBrush reviews Hello Sword: "A large, interesting fantasy game marred by translation and programming bugs" July 24, 2016
"This game is a large and ambitious fantasy adventure with a lengthy prologue, a lot of dialogue, scenery changes, colored text, etc...." - See full review
MathBrush reviews The Price of Freedom: Innocence Lost: "A text-heavy game about gladiatorial fighting" July 24, 2016
"This game won Spring Thing in 2014. This game is written using ChooseYourStory, which focuses on half-pages full of text with a few small..." - See full review
Wade Clarke reviews Awake the Mighty Dread: "Something like an Alice in Wonderland that's hard to get at/into/through." July 23, 2016
"Awake the Mighty Dread takes place in a fantasy dreamworld fuelled by Alice In Wonderland, The Wizard of Oz and the aesthetic of..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Order: "An ambitious, flawed fantasy game about being able to create anything" July 23, 2016
"John Evans creates games that are very ambitious but generally not thoroughly tested. This gane, though, I really enjoyed. You are a..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Pathfinder: "A long, fascinating but clunky thriller about a mysterious device" July 23, 2016
"This is a game in 3 parts that would reasonably take a couple of hours to complete or more. It starts out with good programming and a..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Within a Wreath of Dewdrops: "A speed if about theatre, where you assume many roles" July 22, 2016
"This game was entered in a 24-hour speed if competition. For a speed if, it is surprisingly detailed and polished, on the order of Emily..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Little girl in the big world: "A brief demo for a parser system" July 22, 2016
"This ifcomp game was a demo for what was apparently a beta parser system (version 0.75). In this game, you are a cat who helps their..." - See full review
mr.jones reviews Creatures Such As We: "A convincing essay on game theory camouflaged as romantic CYOA" July 21, 2016
"Having played through Mass Effect 3 again recently, I could not help but view "Creatures" as a commentary on that game, and in particular..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews stone: "A poetic game about aromanticism with strong use of text effects" July 21, 2016
"Stone is a beautiful, short, ambiguous game. Its blurb says its about aromanticism, but it could have many interpretations standing on..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Screen: "Two short TV-themed mini games in an unusual framing story" July 21, 2016
"This game has a framing story about visiting the house of a friendly old man who you knew as a kid who recently passed away. You explore..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Schroedinger's Cat: "A game where the author challenges you to understand some mechanics" July 20, 2016
"In this game, there are two cats, a camera, and a device in a box. Moving around changes what you see, and you can take pictures. The..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Pass the Banana: "A tiny game about IFMud. " July 20, 2016
"This game is apparently a big in-joke about ifmud, an online forum/interactive multiplayer world that many IF authors and players once..." - See full review
A new listing for Open Up!, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy July 19, 2016
Trin Park's only job while her parents are out of town is to make sure her little sister stays out of trouble. Should be easy enough. The kid usually keeps to herself anyway... (A post-Birdland microgame)
A new Recommended List by MathBrush, A starter pack for those new to interactive fiction July 19, 2016
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I had a list like this before which I deleted, but I noticed it had a lot of views on intfiction, so I thought I'd make a new one to help people out. It has 10 web-based games, 10 parser games for beginners...
verityvirtue reviews woods leaves stream body blood: "What you find in the woods" July 19, 2016
"[This game features graphic descriptions of violence. Please exercise discretion.] A short horror IF about something you found in the..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews The Black Lily: "A dark story of a man and his loves" July 19, 2016
"In this game, you play a thin, waifish man who constantly wears all black and is reminiscing in his bedroom. You explore a variety of..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Stupid Kittens: "A purposely ridiculous game about a cat" July 19, 2016
"This game is one of those "mess with the player" games, but it's better than most. It seems bug free (one apparent bug is actually the..." - See full review
A new listing for Find Freddy, by Pierre July 18, 2016
A "game" to raise the happiness levels of the user. Any comments, suggestions would be greatly appreciated. rappolt.pierre@gmail.com
MathBrush reviews Pascal's Wager: "An intricate game about trying to serve a god" July 18, 2016
"In this game, you try to act out Pascal's wager, which is that serving God has an infinite reward if God exists, so you should serve him..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews The Nemean Lion: "A joke game toying with IF conventions" July 18, 2016
"This is a tiny game, whose tininess is enhanced by the central joke, which is a commentary of sorts on actions and 'helping' features of..." - See full review
mr.jones reviews Lifeline: "Brilliant idea, adequate execution" July 17, 2016
"The basic idea of the game is that your PC is an astronaut in a dire situation, the only person he is able to contact is you, and the..." - See full review
mr.jones reviews The Axolotl Project: "Good story and writing, but a few anachronisms and long-winded passages" July 17, 2016
"The Axolotl Project tells a very interesting and often gripping SF story. I especially liked the action scene and the descriptions of the..." - See full review
Billy Mays reviews Shade: "Who reads reviews of Andrew Plotkin games?" July 17, 2016
"Seriously, who does that? Of course the game is going to be freaking amazing, it is Andrew Plotkin. Just download it and play it already."
Billy Mays reviews Cheeseshop: "This game did it for me" July 17, 2016
"I really enjoyed this game, and it brightened up my day. "
MathBrush reviews In the Spotlight: "A tiny parser game with one puzzle: tying two strings" July 17, 2016
"In this game, you are in a single room with a single puzzle. You have to tie two strings together. This game has about 5 or 6 items. The..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Tinseltown Blues: "A long, complex game about wandering around a movie studio" July 17, 2016
"This game was the first Spring Thing winner. It was the only entrant in its year, but it probably would have won if there were more. This..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews HUNTING UNICORN: "A branching narrative about a maiden and hunting unicorns" July 16, 2016
"This game is set in an unspecified fantasy setting. You play as a poor young woman, who, unlike most poor young women in fantasy stories,..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Six Gray Rats Crawl Up The Pillow: "A brief, well-written light horror about staying the night in a haunted house" July 16, 2016
"In this game, you play a medieval character who has been dared to spend the night in the house of a deceased nobleman. This game is..." - See full review
A new listing for A girl and a boy, by Emanuel Nordrum July 15, 2016
A short story about a girl and a boy, and being in love with your best friend.
MathBrush reviews CASK: "A somewhat buggy first game. Escape the room." July 15, 2016
"This short game was the authors first game. They later went on to create Human Resource Stories, a multiple choice quizzes in Inform that..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Stargazer: "A very nice little game that ends abruptly. An underground civilization." July 15, 2016
"This game is meant to serve as an introduction to a longer game. As such, it ends before the story really gets started. It's very similar..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Calm: "A great concept frustrated by mechanics. Stay calm or die." July 14, 2016
"In this game, you can customize your name, background, goals, etc. You then are let loose in a world where a mutant fungus makes you die..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Paradox Corps: "A Dr. Who-like Choicescript game" July 14, 2016
"John Evans is known for making big, complicated games that often end up being unfinished or buggy. This game was his first in..." - See full review
CMG reviews At Anchor: "A short interactive shore leave" July 13, 2016
"At Anchor is micro fiction. No more than a few hundred words. But it expands beyond those words, beyond the game. Into Epictetusís ..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Lunar Base 1: "A linear sci fi game with an amazing start that falls apart near the end" July 13, 2016
"I loved the beginning of this game. The year is 2080 and you're headed to a base on the moon with a German colleague. You are..." - See full review


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