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Sam Kabo Ashwell reviews Mountains of Ket: "Disincentive Software" August 26, 2016
"An old-school cave-crawl; part of an unfortunate trend, predominantly in the UK, of games which offered a prize to the first player to..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Dad vs. Unicorn: "An occasionally list rated story of a father and son and expectations" August 26, 2016
"This game is about a father who is macho and masculine, and a son who has taken a different path and identity from their father. You take..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews The Ascent of the Gothic Tower: "An exploration game or two, with a fun, easy atmosphere " August 26, 2016
"This game is classic Ryan Veeder: smooth implementation and rich settings, a linear story with some tension balanced with down-to-earth..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews You've Got a Stew Going!: "A shortish parser game about two rats making a stew." August 26, 2016
"In this relatively short parser game, you play as a rat helping to make a stew. This game has a small map with several interesting NPCs...." - See full review
A new listing for A Midsummer Night's Choice, by Kreg Segall August 25, 2016
In this Shakespearean comedy adventure, can forbidden love conquer adorable fairy outlaws? "A Midsummer Night's Choice" is a 190,000-word interactive fantasy novel by Kreg Segall, where your choices control...
Hanon Ondricek reviews A THING CALLED DRACULA: "Interesting story generator" August 25, 2016
"Your goal is to kill Dracula, and the game will randomly generate potentially endless methods, roles, and reasons why. The bulk of the..." - See full review
jakomo reviews A Study in Steampunk: Choice by Gaslight: ""Elementary, my dear Albano."" August 25, 2016
"Highly impressive. A Study In Steampunk's title may be slightly misleading (steampunk stories usually take place in our world's past,..." - See full review
A new listing for A THING CALLED DRACULA, by Matt Halton August 25, 2016
You are Benedict Drumm, the practical spy. Dracula kissed your mother and nobody told you. You do not know what Dracula is. You only know that you hate him. You must find Dracula and kill him. You can pick...
A new listing for The Immortal Cage, by PIGEOSO N THE GROUP (Mars Lizard, The Centaur Polyphemus, and Carl) August 25, 2016
A new listing for Hello Chagall, by Toulousio August 25, 2016
Here's a twine game that I made. It's sort of a short love letter to Chicago. Enjoy!
A new listing for Flash in the Pan: ADHD Simulator, by Thom Simonson August 25, 2016
An interactive fiction game based on the developer's experience living as an adult with ADHD. Plays in any web browser.
A new listing for Kinsale Horror, by Arek Arktos August 25, 2016
Become a hitchhiker for a day. See what I saw. After many days hitchhiking you reach your destination - Kinsale, gourmet capital of Ireland. You're exhausted, hungry and in dire need of a shower. Your host...
MathBrush reviews Buried In Shoes: "A short, thoughtful piece on the Holocaust" August 25, 2016
"This game is a short, fast-paced but contemplative work about the holocaust. It seems influenced by Photopia, with scene change after..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews When in Rome 1: Accounting for Taste: "A short, mildly puzzly game about aliens" August 25, 2016
"This game was the first in a planned series of five small games that were intended to be a gentle introduction to If. The writing and..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Blood on the Heather: "A huge vampire fan fiction with occasional choices" August 25, 2016
"Tia Orisney is one of my favorite Twine authors, but I was disappointed in this game. It is a huge vampire fan fiction, of the Buffy type..." - See full review
A new listing for Relentless Drag, by B Minus Seven August 24, 2016
"Relentless Drag" is interactive poetry built with Texture. It's a mashup of three versions of the same anecdote: Gertrude Stein in The Making of Americans, Michel de Montaigne in the Essays, and Aristotle...
MathBrush reviews Taunting Donut: "A one room, easy escape game" August 24, 2016
"In this game, you have been imprisoned by something not human, and they have tied a donut to the ceiling. Your job is to retrieve it. The..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Candlesmoke: "A spooky, visually beautiful Halloween game with sound" August 24, 2016
"This game is genuinely creepy in many of its parts. It has gorgeous css and html styling, with nice background music. You play a police..." - See full review
A new Recommended List by MathBrush, Cute games August 23, 2016
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These are games which are cute and/or sweet, in the sense that they are pleasant, relaxing, appropriate for children, or meant to warm your heart. This doesn't include absurdist games or more traditional...
MathBrush reviews Cheeseshop: "A faithful interpretation of the Monty Python Cheeseshop sketch" August 23, 2016
"This game recreates the Monty Python cheeshop sketch, which required asking about large numbers of cheeses. The game is much more..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Identity Thief: "Great cyberpunk story with fiddly puzzles" August 23, 2016
"This shortish game has been praised by many for its well written story. In a world of cybernetic implants and high tech, you have to..." - See full review
Tom Fox reviews Hangar 22: "A humorous, witty game with a sci-fi side" August 22, 2016
"In Hangar 22 you are a "ain't got no job / ain't got no style" unemployed programmer who has sold/pawned most of his possessions and..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews 1981: "A short, linear game about an infamous person" August 22, 2016
"This game was entered in Smoochiecomp as a sort of anti-game. You play a creepy individual who is writing poetry for a girl you like and..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Robot Finds Kitten: "An inform implementation of robot finds kitten" August 22, 2016
"This game is just an inform implementation of a nethack-type game called robot find kitten. You navigate a white # sign on a black field..." - See full review
dutchmule reviews Ratings War: "Not very original, lacks depth" August 21, 2016
"I wanted to like this game: investigative journalism in a futuristic noir cyberpunk world, with a city in shambles and gang violence? I..." - See full review
A new listing for Endure, by Emily Short August 21, 2016
"Endure" is an interactive translation of four lines of the Odyssey. It responds to the player's choice of translation strategy as well as to the order of translation; the words you translate first will...
A new listing for Hangar 22, by Rob O'Hara August 21, 2016
An out of luck computer programmer finds more than just job opportunity in a mysterious government facility.
MathBrush reviews The Acorn Court: "A short, small game showing off In form's ability to deal with identical objects" August 21, 2016
"This game is well-described, but is essentially a coding exercise. There are three collections of identical objects that you can..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews LASH -- Local Asynchronous Satellite Hookup: "A long sci fi game with several twists, about a dystopia future and racism" August 21, 2016
"LASH is a long, well-polished game by Paul O Brian. This game predates the Earth and Sky games by a year. This game has a major twist, so..." - See full review
A new listing for Dragons Ninjas Lettuce - Preview, by Anonymous August 20, 2016
A peasant and his aspirations to become the world's best duck thrower, and of course dragons, and ninjas, and lettuce.
Something Moving Under The Bed reviews Don't Look Twice: "Bitesized, but nice mechanics" August 20, 2016
"Very short and simple (though with some replayability). A minimalist approach with nice mechanics, and a creepy atmosphere, but very..." - See full review
Something Moving Under The Bed reviews Relic: "Unfamiliar setting, ambiguous story" August 20, 2016
"A short linear story, set in a very different alternate world/time -So containing nouns that don't exist in ours whose meanings you must..." - See full review
Something Moving Under The Bed reviews Silver & Gold: "Fantastic concept, tantalizing glimpse." August 20, 2016
"Such an awesome idea! Although extremely tantalizingly short. A story split into two different *simultaneous* & opposing narratives -it..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Guess the Verb!: "A frustrating but rewarding mix of 5 mini games" August 20, 2016
"This game has some great content, which makes it a real shame that it is covered with an impenetrable shell of obnoxious obstructions...." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Starborn: "A short keyword based game about a space native and earth" August 20, 2016
"This game is about a young person born in space who wished more than anything else to go to the earth home they've never experienced. It..." - See full review
Frater reviews howling dogs: "Dense and somewhat haunting." August 19, 2016
"It's difficult to know what to make of howling dogs. It is written well, the imagery it evokes is poetic, almost to the detriment of..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Accidental Character Generator: "A character creation tool using Twine" August 19, 2016
"This isn't really something to try and beat as much as it is a tool to come up with characters. It chooses things like name, sex and..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews The Legend of the Missing Hat: "A cute, short game about four tiny ninjas in a bedroom" August 19, 2016
"This game was entered in the cover stories competition, where cover art was provided first, and games were developed based on them. You..." - See full review
Frater reviews Destination Unknown: "Mediocre writing, terrible pacing." August 18, 2016
"This was a disappointment after recently playing The Axolotl Project, and to be honest this is the sort of thing I was more expecting..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews An Evening at the Ransom Woodingdean Museum House: "A tightly-paced and well-written ghost story" August 18, 2016
"Ryan Veeder is known for tongue-in-cheek, polished games. This game is well polished and paced, but this time it's a creepy ghost story...." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Impostor Syndrome: "An important conversation about impostor syndrome, in Twine" August 18, 2016
"The author of this game has specifically said that they did not intend this work to be a popular game, but that it was intended to..." - See full review
A new listing for Destination Unknown, by Mark Mihalko August 17, 2016
Trapped inside the mysterious Bermuda Triangle, you find yourself lost in the depths of despair. Only you can save yourself and the crew from oblivion.
A new listing for Space Princess Coronation, by Marie Vibbert August 17, 2016
Do you have what it takes to be a Space Queen? Space pirates attack the coronation ship! Only the princess can access the controls to save everyone.
Frater reviews The Axolotl Project: "Changed my mind about Twine" August 17, 2016
"I haven't given Twine, or ChoiceScript or similar systems, much of a look. I've been vaguely aware of their existence and looked briefly..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Further: "A short, mostly puzzleless exploration surreal afterlife game" August 17, 2016
"The surreal afterlife exploration game is a popular genre in IF, and one of my favorite. This game is a fairly typical such game; you..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Nautilisia: "A fun, short parody of surreal dream games" August 17, 2016
"This game was a fun take on the surfeit of surreal dream/coma games. The game map is shaped like a nautilus, hence the name. In this..." - See full review
Frater reviews PTGOOD 8*10^23: "Why bother?" August 16, 2016
"There's something almost beautifully ironic about writing a bad game which is supposed to be about stopping people from making bad games...." - See full review
Frater reviews Requiem: "A good game and a worthy addition to the genre." August 16, 2016
"Iíve always had a soft spot for noir Ė hard bitten detectives and troublesome, though beautiful, dames. That said, its a genre with a..." - See full review
Frater reviews The Sisters: "A great ifcomp game." August 16, 2016
"I seem to be picking up the attempted spooky games straight off the bat, which is interesting since it is not a genre I normally take for..." - See full review
Frater reviews Unauthorized Termination: "An ok game, though not a good representative of the Orwellian genre." August 16, 2016
"I must admit, I may be scoring this game a bit harsher than I normally would mainly because the authorís description of the game as a..." - See full review


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