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A fan of interactive fiction, a normal guy who likes to be creative in his free time.
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Interactive Fiction by Simon Deimel
|Coin toss, by Simon Deimel (2015)|
Hanging around with your homie. There is not much to do, or is it? A very short diversion.
|Enigma, by Simon Deimel (2014)|
Eyes can see, and a mind can think. Insanity is just one step away. You are in a room. That's where you are, and you know exactly what is going on. But the truth is hard to take. The game file...
|Everyman, by Simon Deimel (2013)|
A not too complex text adventure, mostly linear, just for entertainment. In this adventure you are an everyman. But there is more to you than just a couple of cliches. Show the world what you are...
Hide a pachyderm!, by Simon Deimel (2014)
|Juicehead, by Simon Deimel (2014)|
You are loaded. You paid your tab. You have to leave. You want one more drink. A game that takes place mostly in one room; featuring an easy conversation system.
|Old fogey, by Simon Deimel (2015)|
The strange painting on the wall of the living room has always bothered you. A tiny diversion with different endings, limited to some essential elements.
|Tower, by Simon Deimel (2014)|
Out of the blue, and into the blue. And there you are, in a chamber, trying to find out what is going on. Everything is so unreal... what has happened to you? TOWER is a short interactive fiction...
|Und wieder ein typischer Fall von Amnesie, by Simon Deimel (2014)|
Das ist doch zum Mäusemelken. Es hätte ein so schöner Tag werden können, aber leider erwachst du in einem Kerkerraum mit steinernen Wänden, und natürlich kannst du dich beim besten Willen nicht...
Ungodly hour, by Simon Deimel (2013)
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