Must-Play IFRecommendations by gettera
There are some games I think everyone should play--as I play through them, I'll add the best games here.
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by Adam Cadre
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This isn't really a game as much as it is a literary short story. One of the best uses of interactive fiction to tell a story I've ever come across.
by Emily Short
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Absolutely fabulous, Emily Short's dialogue-based game was the first IF I was exposed to, and as a result I hold every game to impossibly high expectations.
3. Zork, by Tim Anderson, Marc Blank, Bruce Daniels, and Dave Lebling (1979)
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There are dozens of iterations of Zork, but this one is my favorite. Any version of Zork is a must-play, just for historical reasons, but it's fun to explore this massive world.
4. Spider and Web, by Andrew Plotkin (1998)
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This one is an excellent puzzler, and I have one crucial piece of advice: save often, especially near the end.
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