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Time travel games
by MathBrush - 19 games
"These are games where the main puzzles are centered on time travel. I'm splitting this off from my science fiction list. Many games include one or two time travel puzzles, such as Spellbreaker or Curses!. But this list is for games whose..."

Silly/goofy/purposely bad games
by MathBrush - 9 games
"These are games that are funny because they are ridiculous or completely absurd. This does not include games like Tex Bonaventure or Rogue of the Multiverse which have developed plot lines and long stretches of non absurdity."

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

Camp/"So Bad It's Good"
by Ivanr - 6 games
"It might seem strange that a video game, which relies on consistent and effortful coding in order to deliver any kind of experience, could be "so bad it's good" in the way that an Ed Wood movie is. But it can happen! There's a lot of fun..."

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

Fun for Beginners
by Raksab - 7 games
"These are games that a newcomer to IF might enjoy. They are well-implemented, not too frustrating, and help give a general idea of what kinds of things IF can do."

Plot-heavy IF
by Emily Short - 10 games
"Interactive fiction with a lot of plot -- many scenes and events moving the player forward, rather than just a collection of puzzles. Some of these works are fairly difficult and do use puzzles as pacing devices, while others are low in..."

Surreal/trippy/metaphor/mind's journey, with two worlds
by MathBrush - 31 games
"There is a big genre of games where you explore a metaphorical region of dreams or symbolism, and which has meaning in the 'real world'. I love this genre, and these are my favorite examples of the genre. I only include games where there..."

My favorite games
by Paolo Lucchesi - 5 games
"A brief list of the games I've liked, and I would recommend to another player"

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."

Great setting
by Timo Saarinen - 3 games
"Smart puzzles and good writing don't alone make a good game. The setting and overall atmosphere are equally important."

intriguing games i want to play
by vincent - 20 games

My Top Three
by jbabcock10 - 3 games
"My top three favorite interactive fiction games."

Games for IASQ
by Leland Paul - 7 games
"Recommendations for linguist-friends, intended to a) be a good introduction to the medium and b) show off things that you can accomplish in this medium that don't really work elsewhere. This should supplement, not replace, the excellent..."

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..."

Favorite AIF games
by Knight Errant - 2 games
"These are my favorite AIF games."

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

Recommended List
by akillam - 3 games

Games I Use At School
by Herr Rau - 2 games
"I teach German, English and Computer Sciences and find IF useful in all subjects."

A starter pack for those new to interactive fiction
by MathBrush - 30 games
"I had a list like this before which I deleted, but I noticed it had a lot of views on intfiction, so I thought I'd make a new one to help people out. It has 10 web-based games, 10 parser games for beginners and 10 parser games of medium..."

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