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9:05, by Adam Cadre
Average member rating: (416 ratings)

In this game, you play a man who has murdered a homeowner. Warning: there is no built-in help in this story, so if you need it, you may have to play on your own. This game has multiple endings.

Bronze, by Emily Short
Average member rating: (205 ratings)

When the seventh day comes and it is time for you to return to the castle in the forest, your sisters cling to your sleeves.

The Dreamhold, by Andrew Plotkin
Average member rating: (126 ratings)

Glowgrass, by Nate Cull
Average member rating: (75 ratings)

You play as a xenohistorian on an expedition. You've been dropped (more literally than you planned) by a dropship over the ground of the Ancients. Your equipment was scattered and the dropship crashed. Now...

Lost Pig, by Admiral Jota
Average member rating: (363 ratings)

Not Much Time, by Tyson Ibele
Average member rating: (3 ratings)

Photopia, by Adam Cadre
Average member rating: (446 ratings)

Shade, by Andrew Plotkin
Average member rating: (332 ratings)

"A one-room game set in your apartment." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

Suveh Nux, by David Fisher
Average member rating: (171 ratings)

An entry in the 2007 One Room Game Competition. You play a magician's servant who gets trapped in your master's vault; you'll need to learn some of his tricks if you want to get out.

The Tale of the Kissing Bandit, by J. Robinson Wheeler
Average member rating: (41 ratings)

Waker, by Kevin Jackson-Mead
Average member rating: (2 ratings)

You were never much of a history buff. You've always preferred learning how things work to learning useless facts about the past. But when your friend returned from the capital with tales of the moving...

Whom The Telling Changed, by Aaron A. Reed
Average member rating: (56 ratings)

The people had always gathered on moonless nights to hear the stories, since the time of their ancestors' ancestors. The heat of the fire and the glow in the storyteller's eyes made the past present, and the...


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