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Forgotten Treasures of IFDB
by MathBrush - 29 games
"These are games that are great, either in my opinion or in many others, but which have been forgotten. By forgotten, I mean it satisfies the following: 1. Not an IfComp or XYZZY Best Game winner, 2. Not in Best 50 Interactive Fiction..."

Technically advanced IFs
by doppioslash - 3 games
"IFs that use bleeding edge programming techniques to generate the story/writing"

Romantiscience personal picks
by romantiscience - 1 game

by mjhayes - 3 games
"Some files were created as references to other IF at the time, or even as educational interactive tutorials. Here they get their own obscure place in the spotlight."

by mjhayes - 3 games
"In the spirit of Mystery Science Theater 3000, some games were so bad that somebody decided to come along and spoof them. Not all of them work on all interpreters, but it's good to play through each one for a few laughs."

Multiple Choice
by mjhayes - 4 games
"IF pieces that use a "multiple choice" interface rather than a full parser. Might be as interactive as a Choose Your Own Adventure book, but can be thought-provoking all the same."

RPG Games
by mjhayes - 4 games
"IF that integrates common elements of role-playing games such as Dungeons & Dragons"

Abuses of the IF engine
by mjhayes - 21 games
"Although various interpreters were written to facilitate play and creation of interactive stories, it should be obvious that some people would find ways to write computer games using the various aspects of the interpreters."

Puzzle-less IF
by mjhayes - 3 games
"Interactive stories without the puzzles. Most of them are short, and morbid as well, so be prepared."

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."

All-Time Favorites
by mjhayes - 3 games
"These are the games that I recommend for people new to IF."

Best of 2015 (pre-IF Comp)
by MathBrush - 16 games
"These are my favorite games that have been released this year so far. I'm sure I've missed some good ones. I'm also including some I haven't yet played. PLEASE comment if you think any other games belong on this list."

Great Twine/Choice games for those skeptical of the format
by MathBrush - 15 games
"I didn't like Twine at first, but slowly I've changed my opinion about it, until now, many of my favorite games are Twine/Choice games (including Varytale or choice-style parser games). These games tend to be very different genres from..."

Short, friendy works.
by Jaek Russel - 2 games
"While not a beginner to IF, I've been away from it for several years. Here are some games I feel are good for someone starting out or returning to IF after a long absence."

Fictions interactives pour enfants en français
by dutchmule - 8 games
"Cette liste donne des idées de fictions interactives appropriées et recommandées pour les enfants. Listé par ordre alphabétique. Merci à Otto pour la liste originale."

Games of Infocom quality and length (or better)
by MathBrush - 36 games
"These are games that are as long as an Infocom game (i.e. Shade would be too short) and are as good quality (so Colossal Cave Adventure, though fun, is out). By quality, I mean the kind of things accomplished by numerous testers: few..."

List of games with 'forced input'
by dutchmule - 9 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..."

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."

Favorite semi-linear games
by MathBrush - 19 games
"These are games like Anchorhead where you have a large amount of freedom, but you can't always return to the beginning. Generally these games are divided into chapters or days, with each one like its own mini game."

Big, non-linear adventure games with score system
by MathBrush - 28 games
"These are classic-style games, where you have to collect a large variety of objects while exploring a cave or building. My favorite way to play these games is to start playing without hints, mapping out the world and seeing what all I..."

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