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Interactive Fiction by Emily Boegheim
Dead Pavane for a Princess, by Emily Boegheim (2013)
You are Maurice Ravel, the noted composer. You must find a way to escape from your study, for your poor friend — now your zombified ex-friend — Claude Debussy lurks outside!
Home Open, by Emily Boegheim (2016)
That long-vacant house is up for sale and open for inspection today. Maybe it's just the fixer-upper you've been looking for.
|It, by Emily Boegheim (2011)|
"The rules of the game are easy. I'm It, so I go and hide. You and the others count to 50, then you have to look for me. If you find me, you have to get into the hiding spot with me. If you're the...
|Robin & Orchid, by Ryan Veeder and Emily Boegheim (2013)|
High school journalists spend the night in a church, investigating reports of a ghost.
Recommended Lists by Emily Boegheim
Memorable Settings - 10 items October 18, 2007
Games with memorable settings or landscapes - not necessarily deeply implemented, but vividly described or intriguing in concept.
Polls by Emily Boegheim
Games for language learners - 22 votes for 21 games; created November 1, 2013
What are some good games for people trying to learn another language? I imagine that short games with relatively simple prose and not too...
Reviews by Emily Boegheim
The Dog/House, by Byron Alexander Campbell December 24, 2010
"The Dog/House is a very short, simple game, driven by dream logic. It opens with the player character in a doghouse, next to a sleeping..." - See the full review
Emily Boegheim's Play Lists
Played GamesThe Roscovian Palladium, by Ryan Veeder
Known Unknowns, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
Distance, by Zachary Nadel
All Your Time-Tossed Selves, by Porpentine
Open Up!, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
Wish ListSeedship, by John Ayliff
OUT LINE, by Neven Mrgan
minor fall MAJOR LIFT, by Lady Isak Grozny
Fair, by Hanon Ondricek
Queers in Love at the End of the World, by Anna Anthropy