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MathBrush reviews Gilded Rails: "A railroad sim with a ton of romantic options but a lot of unevenness" August 15, 2020
"This game is currently the lowest-rated game on the Choice of Games omnibus app. That doesn't correspond directly to quality; the two..." - See full review
RadioactiveCrow reviews Counterfeit Monkey: "A truly amazing feat in modern IF" August 14, 2020
"First, let me begin by saying that this has to be the pinnacle of IF programming. This game is large and deep, and amazingly robust with..." - See full review
RadioactiveCrow reviews Deadline: "Fun, groundbreaking game (but you will need a few hints)" August 14, 2020
"I had heard and read about this game a lot before I played it, so I was expecting the worst as far as unfair puzzles go. In the end I..." - See full review
A new listing for Unto Dust, by James Chew, Failbetter Games August 14, 2020
Caught in the machinations of a wily Tomb-Colonist, it's up to you to save a high society funeral from disaster! Can you navigate the demands of a corpse who won't stay dead, to say nothing of his confounded...
RadioactiveCrow reviews Ballyhoo: "Didn't enjoy it" August 14, 2020
"I'm surprised this has gotten the good reviews that it has. I didn't enjoy this one at all. In fairness to the game I think that I'm..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews The Superlatives: Shattered Worlds: "Grander scope than the original, but less personal touches" August 14, 2020
"The original Superlatives game (Aetherfall) is one of my favorite Choicescript games. It provided a tale of a small group of young..." - See full review
Ruber Eaglenest reviews El Protector: "Excellent eco-environmental science fiction fable" August 13, 2020
"El protector is an excellent eco-environmental science fiction fable (in Spanish), of great literary quality that immerses yourself in an..." - See full review
A new Recommended List by Walter Sandsquish, The Age of Exploration August 13, 2020
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Adventure games typically involve a great deal of exploration, but few are set during the Age of Exploration. Nevertheless, here's a list of games which do explore the 15th through the 18th centuries.
MathBrush reviews The Superlatives: Aetherfall: "An excellent Victorian superhero team game" August 13, 2020
"This was one of the most enjoyable Choice of Games titles I've played. You play as a new recruit to a superhero society in Victorian..." - See full review
gildedSnail reviews Reference and Representation: An Approach to First-Order Semantics: "CLEAN and good" August 13, 2020
"In general, I enjoyed this game, but I think the timing was slightly misleading-- basically, it feels as though it's set up to go much..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Choice of the Cat: "Three games put into one: cat life, politics and music" August 12, 2020
"My rating for this game went back and forth quite a few times while I was playing it. This is a very long game. I played this over two..." - See full review
A new listing for The Vile Grimoire of Jaldi'al, by Michael Penner August 11, 2020
A nameless graveyard near the ruins of Bahyrst has become a wellspring for all manner of dark creatures. Legends hold deep in one of the crypts lurks an evil presence. It exerts a malign influence on the...
verityvirtue reviews Dead Pavane for a Princess: "Tiny escape game with Impressionist classical musicians" August 11, 2020
"Escape the zombie form of Debussy! Technically, a survival thriller; in practice, comedic horror. You can be done in 5 moves, and you..." - See full review
A new Recommended List by Walter Sandsquish, See the Show August 11, 2020
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If adventure games are a performance themselves, then it makes sense for some of them to also be about performers. So, here's a list of games involving performers and their venues.
News on Counterfeit Monkey: Counterfeit Monkey release 9 August 11, 2020
This version fixes various bugs discovered since the last release. See the change log for a list of major changes, and the commit history for details. Thanks to Dan Fabulich,, 2lindell, Ed King, jackk225,... - Details
MathBrush reviews The Fleet: "A purely strategic Choicescript game set in space" August 11, 2020
"This is a Choicescript game which feels like a streamlined, story-fied text version of some war game like Alpha Centauri or one of those..." - See full review
A new listing for Subserial Network, by Matilde Park and Penelope Evans August 10, 2020
Welcome to synthetic life. We aren't human, but we sure look a lot like them. We even have a life purpose: to emulate them, to desire, to live. If we don't, the Machine will just delete us and start over....
JAlbertzzz reviews The Temple of Shorgil: "Great Puzzle Game" August 10, 2020
"Great game if you like puzzles. The way the puzzles are integrated into the pieces of the legend you find while playing is really cool,..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Choice of Kung Fu: "A Choicescript game that really gels together. Lots of action, power fantasy" August 9, 2020
"This is the 'old school' Choicescript at its best, like Choice of the Dragon. This is a power fantasy stretching over decades from your..." - See full review
A new listing for Choice of Kung Fu, by Alana Joli Abbott August 9, 2020
Become the greatest fighter the world has ever known, harnessing the power of chi to manipulate the energies of the universe. Defeat rivals, find romance, and rise to become the Imperial Champion. Win the...
Sobol reviews A Player's Heart: "Сhemises, curlicues and craquelins" August 9, 2020
"A series of scenes from the life of an opera performer (or a backstager, if you choose so) in an alternate reality version of the XIX..." - See full review
Lance Campbell reviews Antique Panzitoum: "The ultimate unforgiving environment" August 9, 2020
"Antique Panzitoum is a work of interactive fiction that needs to be understood within a certain context. It was an entrant, and second..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews For Rent: Haunted House: "An amusing shorter sarcastic haunted house game" August 9, 2020
"Choice of Games started with Choice of the Dragon, which was a great game but pretty short at 30K words. From there, it's grown to where..." - See full review
verityvirtue reviews Dull Grey: "Coming of age in a stark landscape" August 9, 2020
"This review is based on the current version, not the IFComp version. Dull Grey is a coming of age story in a mechanised, stark landscape..." - See full review
A new Recommended List by Walter Sandsquish, Dueling With Dragons August 8, 2020
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Dragons are a favorite in fantastic fiction, but they don't get as much love in IF as they used to. So, here's a list of games that portray these mythological beasts.
Jason Lautzenheiser reviews Old Jim's Convenience Store: "Simple, but enjoyable" August 8, 2020
"I really like these style of games. I'm partial to the treasure hunt style of games. Give me some puzzles to solve, some treasure to..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Reckless Space Pirates: "A space-based pirate game with odd logic and math puzzles" August 8, 2020
"This game has some very unusual features for a Choicescript game. But I'll get to those in a second. Like Treasure Seekers of the Lady..." - See full review
ChrisM reviews Century: "Simple puzzler stuffed full of bugs" August 7, 2020
"Intrigued by the earlier one star review, and at the risk of giving this more reviews than it deserves, I had a look at this myself...." - See full review
ChrisM reviews Fabled Journey: "Pleasant if unremarkable FF-style choice game" August 7, 2020
"A fairly short, choice-based game with familiar Fighting Fantasy-esque trappings: potter about your medieval environs killing giants,..." - See full review
A new listing for The Floating City, by Felicity Banks August 7, 2020
Choose your career in a post-Climate Change future. Will you follow in your parents’ footsteps and run the city’s shark farm, or will you break the mold? The Floating City is a 130,000 word climate fiction...
MathBrush reviews Pendragon Rising: "A Celtic-centered retelling of the legend of King Arthur" August 7, 2020
"This story had me in the beginning and slowly lost me over time. I was pleased with the overall result, but it didn't have staying power..." - See full review
Nomad reviews Century: "The Bad Old Times" August 6, 2020
"A nice reminiscence of 1980's C64 cassette games. I'm now too old to wrestle a parser though."
f-a reviews Century: "Solid text/graphic adventure" August 6, 2020
"Century is a text/graphic adventure which reminds me of them ’80s: simple text, cosy graphics, sensible puzzles, not much of a story. I..." - See full review
A new listing for Necklace of Skulls, by Dave Morris, SD Separa August 6, 2020
Learning of the disappearance of your twin brother in the trackless desert, you resolve to set out and discover his fate. Leaving the hub of your elaborate Mayan civilization far behind, your quest takes you...
verityvirtue reviews Old Jim's Convenience Store: "Short, timeless adventure" August 6, 2020
"A convenience store with a secret - standard fare I'm sure for those who grew up on adventure games. This game feels timeless, actually;..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Trials of the Thief-Taker: "A choicescript game heavy on history and consequences" August 6, 2020
"I've been approaching this game and review with some trepidation. I've known Joey Jones for quite some time and admired his work..." - See full review
jcompton reviews Teaching her to dance: "Noble intentions, total miss on execution" August 5, 2020
"This dour slice-of-robot-apocalypse life aims to deliver the tension of a race against death with a narrow high-tech escape...." - See full review
A new listing for Century, by Zuuri August 5, 2020
A new listing for A Mission in Time, by Soso August 5, 2020
A new listing for The Troll and the Teddy, by Llewelyn 'NylePudding' Griffiths August 5, 2020
A new listing for Seeker of Magic, by Garry Francis August 5, 2020
A new listing for The Cave of Montauk, by MarWinStudios August 5, 2020
A new listing for Escape the Cave of Magic, by Sleuthgames August 5, 2020
A new listing for The Badly Cursed Treasure, by Pixelman August 5, 2020
A new competition page: Adventuron CaveJam created August 5, 2020
A new listing for Torreoscura, by Bieno Marti August 5, 2020
Aun no se como he llegado hasta este punto... Vivo aquí, en Torreoscura, aislado del mundo y donde solo me cabe esperar que alguien venga y saque de esta soledad eterna y la maldición que muerde y alarga...
MathBrush reviews Choice of the Star Captain: "An early Choicescript game with zany antics that grows more serious" August 5, 2020
"You know, I've found a pattern with Choice of Games titles. On quite a few of them, the first chapter or two is pretty dismal, almost to..." - See full review
verityvirtue reviews Each-uisge: "Sombre take on folklore" August 5, 2020
"MacLeod the neighbour has a kelpie - the water horse of yore - the same kind of creature that drowned the PC's aunt. The story was..." - See full review
A new listing for The Institute, by Jyym Pearson and Robyn Pearson and Norman Sailer August 4, 2020
In this bizarre text-based mystery, you assume the role of John, a mental patient who is being held against his will in a hellish asylum known only as "The Institute". Raving lunatics and taunting doctors...
MathBrush reviews Instincts: "A short branching Twine game about a ritual and your child" August 4, 2020
"This is a fairly-well put together Twine game with background sounds. You are driving down a road late at night, and you need to abandon..." - See full review


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