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Laney Berry's List of Games She's Gotta Play

Recommendations by Laney Berry

Just a little wish list put together over time, featuring way, way, way too many games I really want to play!

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1. Wishbringer
by Brian Moriarty
(1985)
Average member rating: (79 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

See above.

2. Trinity
by Brian Moriarty
(1986)
Average member rating: (71 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

I really need to play more classic Infocom, and this is by the fricking creator of Loom.

3. Plundered Hearts
by Amy Briggs
(1987)
Average member rating: (47 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

PIRATES. SWASH-BUCKLING ACTION. MAKE OUTS. INTERACTIVE FICTION-ATING.

4. Savoir-Faire
by Emily Short
(2002)
Average member rating: (96 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

I have been a huge fan of Emily Short's work ever since I played Galatea like ten, maybe even fifteen years ago. I've even had the pleasure of seeing her speak at Adventure-X, and briefly getting to chat to her. This is one of hers I have yet to try!

5. All Roads
by Jon Ingold
(2001)
Average member rating: (123 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

I love a little spy action. Venetian spy action? Even better.

6. Birdland
by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
(2015)
Average member rating: (62 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

I know next to nothing about this game, but the reviews are stellar, and the blurb was enough to spark my interest.

7. The Axolotl Project
by Samantha Vick
(2013)
Average member rating: (27 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

Is this game about Pokemon? I doubt it. It has an incredibly high reviews and the plot sounds neat, though, so I'm going for it.

8. Tonight Dies the Moon
by Tom McHenry
(2015)
Average member rating: (11 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

By the Horse Master creator. Spreadsheets, cubicles, annoying parents, and falling in love? Sure, let's give it a shot.

9. Treasures of a Slaver's Kingdom
by S. John Ross
(2007)
Average member rating: (30 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

Another game I've heard endless praise for. It definitely looks like a fun little (or perhaps not-so-little) romp.

10. Blighted Isle
by Eric Eve
(2007)
Average member rating: (37 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

Been enjoying Eric Eve's work, so this one is definitely worth a try.

11. Dead Like Ants
by C.E.J. Pacian
(2009)
Average member rating: (41 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

I really dug Superluminal Vagrant Twin, so I want to sink my teeth into more of C.E.J. Pacian's work.

12. Delusions, by C. E. Forman (1996)
Average member rating: (33 ratings)
Laney Berry says:

Virtual reality, head games, villains and plot twists.

13. First Things First
by J. Robinson Wheeler
(2001)
Average member rating: (15 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

A puzzly time travelling extravaganza.

14. Bronze
by Emily Short
(2006)
Average member rating: (187 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

I've played this one before, but I think it's getting to be time for another playthrough so that I can refresh my memory.

15. City of Secrets
by Emily Short
(2003)
Average member rating: (81 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

Another Emily Short classic which I have already played, but want to refresh my memory on.

16. Not Just An Ordinary Ballerina
by Jim Aikin
(1999)
Average member rating: (25 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

From the sound of it, a light-hearted puzzle romp in the form of a mother searching for the perfect gift. (I'm hoping for a text adventure Jingle All The Way.)

17. The Elysium Enigma
by Eric Eve
(2006)
Average member rating: (64 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

Another highly-rated Eric Eve classic, this time, with a more sci-fi bent.

18. Coloratura
by Lynnea Glasser
(2013)
Average member rating: (61 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

Play as a mysterious creature in a fantasy, vaguely horrific world, with a very unique command system.

19. Sub Rosa
by Joey Jones, Melvin Rangasamy
(2015)
Average member rating: (17 ratings)

Laney Berry says:

I briefly started this one, but got too busy with, well, life. It looks like a lovely, charming and engrossing fantasy, though. Definitely must pick this up again.


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