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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...
A new competition page: IntroComp 2017 created August 2, 2017
IntroComp is an annual competition where participants develop excerpts of interactive fiction, gain feedback from audience reactions, and (hopefully!) use this feedback to release a fantastic final product.
A new listing for Power, MT, by Phil Strahl August 1, 2017
Your rental broke down somewhere in Montana and you're stranded in the little town of Power. A local farmer, Mr. Davidson, offers you a place to stay over the night when things suddenly turn to the worse. In...
A new listing for Live from the Bunker, by Gregory Pellechi August 1, 2017
In our modern world we share everything, at least online. So why not share your secret lair with more than your bunker buddies. Take a tour through your bunker using the built in security system to show off...
jakomo reviews It's Your First Day On Wall Street: "Greed is Goodish" July 31, 2017
"A cruel game that takes delight in being unfair, the Wall Street stock exchange was founded in 1792. Is this the vicious skewering of the..." - See full review
Ivanr reviews How to Win at Rock Paper Scissors: "Let's party like it's 2007" July 31, 2017
"...I mean that kindly! Most parser comp entries these days are notably "new school" or newer, but How to Win at Rock Paper Scissors is of..." - See full review
A new listing for Replacement, by Xalavier Nelson, Jr. July 31, 2017
An interactive fiction anthology about body modification, and the future we've already built.
A new listing for Nouns, by Andrew Plotkin July 31, 2017
A hypertext fiction based on the They Might Be Giants song of the same name.
A new listing for BestieFone, by Mark C Marino and Rob Wittig July 31, 2017
WELCOME TO YOUR NEW BESTIEFONE, THE ULTIMATE DIGITAL PERSONAL ASSISTANT, YOUR NEW SMARTPHONE BEST FRIEND.
A new listing for Narrows, by G_G July 31, 2017
A new listing for Deviled Kegs, by Moira July 31, 2017
A new listing for Astronomical Territories of the Great British Empire, by G_G July 31, 2017
A new listing for Grubbyville, by Andrew Schultz July 31, 2017
In this game, you play as a male high school student who wants to be valedictorian. (Your Pop is even more keen on the idea.) Unfortunately, Harley Drotz got into honors Ceramics for his fine art elective...
A new listing for Some Exceptions for Reasons Unknown, by Thomas Mack July 31, 2017
A new listing for GIVE IT TIME, by Norbez July 30, 2017
A man is on his death bed. A son finds an escape. A woman is locked away. A daughter is growing impatient. A mastermind plays his game. And the creature lurks in the shadows. . . GIVE IT TIME is a short...
A new listing for Eggstraordinary Adventure, by Adri July 30, 2017
Once a year, the Easter bilby brings handpainted eggs to all the good children. This is a two-player game.
A new listing for Smitten Kittens, by Jacqueline A. Lott July 30, 2017
Ensigns Anne Blackwell and John Jemison have known each other most of their lives, but are they prepared for the changes that lie ahead after they're stationed together aboard the USS Enterprise? This is a...
MathBrush reviews A Day In The Life Of A Superhero: "A large Adrift game where you stop various supervillains" July 29, 2017
"This game has the same sort of superhero tone as the Frenetic Five games. You are a superhero that isn't really that super. The game had..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews The Realm: "A shortish fatasy game about giving people what they want" July 29, 2017
"This game is a short fantasy game set in a castle. I thought it was building up to something bigger, but most of the game is just..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Redeye: "A crazy drug-and-violence story set in Australia" July 29, 2017
"This shortish TADS game has you framed for murder at a biker bar in Australia. It uses garish colors and the writing is choppy and strewn..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Zero One: "A short, violent game with odd responses" July 29, 2017
"This short game has you escaping from a prison cell. The walkthrough encourages you to do some very odd things. The game is short, mostly..." - See full review
A new Recommended List by Xavid, nanobots July 28, 2017
7 items
a twine album by the Society of Narrativist Progenitors with apologies to They Might Be Giants and the People's Republic of Interactive Fiction (Twine games based on the track of the same name from the They...
A new listing for Stuff Is Way, by Mehitabel Glenhaber July 28, 2017
A hypertext fiction based on the They Might Be Giants song of the same name.
A new listing for Insect Hospital, by Loren Sherman July 28, 2017
A hypertext fiction based on the They Might Be Giants song of the same name.
A new listing for Decision Makers, by Mehitabel Glenhaber July 28, 2017
A hypertext fiction based on the They Might Be Giants song of the same name.
A new listing for Hive Mind, by Cel Skeggs July 28, 2017
A hypertext fiction based on the They Might Be Giants song of the same name.
A new listing for Harasho: Love Live Yuri Dating Sim, by Ching Lam Yung July 28, 2017
From an introduction to game design class comes the parody of the popular anime "Love Live! School Idol Project"! The story follows Eli Ayase, the student council president on her endeavor to ameliorate the...
News on Leadlight Gamma: Leadlight Gamma now runs on macOS Sierra as well July 28, 2017
For awhile it couldn't be played on macOS Sierra (10.12) but that hurdle has been overcome too. So now you can play on Mac, Windows, Linux, and – via the iFrotz app – iPads and iPhones. All the game's... - Details
juliaofbath reviews Raik: "It's braw tae be bonnie an' weel-likit" July 27, 2017
"My first encounter with 'Raik' was during its exhibition at the National Library of Scotland a few years back, where it was made openly..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews A Light's Tale: "A dark/light themed game with earnest and bizarre writing" July 27, 2017
"This game has you enter a series of parallel worlds where darkness is everywhere, and you must attack it with the light. It seems..." - See full review
A new Recommended List by dutchmule, Games with mostly custom responses July 27, 2017
4 items
Here is a list of games in which most, if not all, of the default responses have been replaced by a custom response. There are prominent examples of such games, and they seem to be popular in the general...
MathBrush reviews Getting Back to Sleep: "A homebrew parser game about fixing a broken spaceship" July 27, 2017
"This game has you waking up in a closet after some drastic event. You need to save yourself and the ship. This is a homebrew parser,..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Internal Documents: "A big, mostly empty game about investigating fraud" July 27, 2017
"This game has you wandering around a large map until you reach a manor, where you have to complete several puzzles to convict a rich man..." - See full review
Billy Mays reviews The Temple of No: "Unbelievably worse than Ben Parrish's "Annoyotron", somehow" July 27, 2017
"Forced and unimaginative "jokes", a linear story that managed to go nowhere, crude language consistently used as a crutch for poor story..." - See full review
juliaofbath reviews Birdland: "Wet Hot American Summer + The Birds + Inception = Birdland" July 27, 2017
"‘Birdland’, simply put, is one of the most entertaining interactive fiction games I have ever played. Margaret, the protagonist,..." - See full review
Hanon Ondricek reviews The Temple of No: "Never have I laughed so hard at a Twine game." July 27, 2017
"This short game is a sheer delight, beautifully illustrated and implemented with sound effects and music. Snarky and hysterical fun you'd..." - See full review
A new listing for The Temple of No, by Dominik Johann, William Pugh, Crows Crows Crows July 27, 2017
The Best Game Ever Made (but in twine form). Author website - http://crowscrowscrows.com/ Hey! We’re a new studio directed by William Pugh (Designer behind The Stanley Parable) creating experimental things....
MathBrush reviews Sigmund's Quest: "A short graphical tech demo" July 27, 2017
"This is a short demo of a system not unlike Comazombie's MCA adventures or Robin Johnson's systems; however, this one is fairly..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Slasher Swamp: "A TADS horror game in a maze-like swamp" July 27, 2017
"This is a gory game set in a swamp. It's mostly empty rooms with little scenery (with exactly one or two of those in the whole map being..." - See full review


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