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Honorable Mentions
by mjhayes - 5 games
"These are pieces of IF that were written with a specific writing concept in mind. They deserve mention for their respective authors' efforts."

Horror
by Frotz - 2 games
"I have a thing for horror stories, particularly ones by or inspired by HP Lovecraft."

IF Arcade
by Ivanr - 5 games
"Graham Nelson once said that a text adventure is a "novel at war with a crossword puzzle". In some works, the novel wins, and in some the crossword wins. This is a list of games where both of them are trounced by the NES. In other words,..."

IF for a laugh
by Maze - 6 games
"A list of games that will make you laugh. Most of them are very short, but there are a few longer ones. The order is in term of *laughs*, top to bottom."

IF For Libraries
by pwaak - 11 games
"I have examined the licensing and reviews for these games. They all conform to the selection policy of a typical public library in Texas. Your mileage may vary. Academic libraries may consider this list conservative while school..."

IF Playlist for the Brontoboards
by Molly - 27 games
"This is a list I created as a general guide to interactive fiction for a thread I'm making on Brontoforumus. I'm trying to give a good overview to both parser IF (usually called "text adventures") and choice-based IF (or..."

IF Romances
by Emily Short - 13 games
"IF in the romance genre is rare; here are a few I thought worked well."

IF that's a pleasure to READ
by Maureen - 10 games
"I have a soft spot for "literary" IF. Good writing can draw me into a story that doesn't really have much game to it, and amateur writing can wreck an otherwise good game. That's not to say I like puzzle-less IF or text dumps. I enjoy..."

IF to learn with
by Emily Short - 6 games
"A few IF games are designed to be educational (and not only for children). This is a brief overview of the ones I've found most successful."

IFDB Top 100
by Pegbiter - 100 games
"An automatically updated list utilizing an IMDb style Bayes estimator to calculate weighted ratings based on all IFDB ratings. Questions and comments can be placed here...."

Innovative Interactive Fiction
by Victor Gijsbers - 7 games
"Much Interactive Fiction, and some of the best, quite obviously descends from Zork and other early Infocom text adventures. But some of it departs from that terrain, and attempts to take the medium to new and unexplored areas. I here..."

Interactive fiction top 50
by Aintelligence - 12 games
"This list is not interactive fiction's top 50, but instead my oersonal entry for the actual list. A message from VictorGijsbers: The aim is not to decide what the best IF ever is by majority vote -- that would be foolish. Rather, the..."

intriguing games i want to play
by vincent - 20 games

Laney Berry's List of Games She's Gotta Play
by Laney Berry - 16 games
"Just a little wish list put together over time, featuring way, way, way too many games I really want to play!"

Library
by @Johnnydjent - 1 game
"Games that I have not yet played, but will."

Light-hearted games with solveable puzzles
by Celestianpower - 4 games
"Games with comedic elements, and good, solveable puzzles."

Linear games
by Felix Pleșoianu - 5 games
"The common wisdom holds that IF's greatest strength is the freedom it grants to the player (or at least the illusion thereof). Yet some of the best IF ever is highly linear."

Linear thriller games
by MathBrush - 14 games
"These are games that are pretty straightforward, and which are designed to be easy enough that you can keep moving forward while hard enough to make you nervous. These games get your blood pumping."

List of games with 'forced input'
by dutchmule - 10 games
"This is a list of games which use a specific text effect, which I call "forced input" here (don't know if it has a better name): it's when the game shows you a command prompt, but regardless of what the player types, the command that..."

Literary IF
by streever - 6 games
"Games that have literary merit make this list. To be accepted, a game should: 1. Evoke deeper themes and meaning, without being blunt. 2. Consistently employ good writing, both in dialogue and descriptions. 3. Tell a rich story from..."

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