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End Master reviews Sunless Sea: "A much better sequel" January 22, 2021
"When I first heard about Sunless Sea, I figured it was just Fallen London, but on the water, which is basically is, however this one took..." - See full review
End Master reviews Fallen London: "Fun at first, then falls short" January 22, 2021
"I sought out Fallen London after years of hearing a few others on other writing forums mentioning it and saying that it was fun to play..." - See full review
End Master reviews Reigns: "The king is dead, long live the king" January 22, 2021
"Reigns has you take the role of a king dealing with the kingdom’s day to day operations based on what various problems people come to you..." - See full review
End Master reviews Out There: "John and Buck had it easy" January 22, 2021
"If you’re familiar with the old scifi show Farscape or the even older Buck Rogers, Out There combines both of being a frozen astronaut..." - See full review
End Master reviews 80 DAYS: "Definitely more about the journey than the destination" January 22, 2021
"Basing an IF game off of an already established book is always a bit challenging since you have to make it entertaining while still..." - See full review
Cena reviews Highnoon: "Black Bart Shot the Sheriff" January 22, 2021
"This is a fun little turn-based game where you're trying to outshoot (or chase away) the bad guy. You each start with 4 bullets, and have..." - See full review
Cena reviews Yours for the Telling: "Three Wee Pees" January 22, 2021
"A different version of the Raymond Queneau classic. This one starts off with: "Once upon a time, there were three wee pees dressed in..." - See full review
Cena reviews Un conte ŕ votre façon: "Three Alert Peas" January 22, 2021
"Not really a 'game', but rather a (charming) web-interpretation of a technique called Oulipo, written by one of the founders of that..." - See full review
Ogre reviews Sexual Service Act: Going To Work: "Something" January 21, 2021
"Well, that was something. What, I'm not quite sure. It felt like there was an idea for a story, but it never happened. There was a..." - See full review
patsmad reviews James Bond 007: A View to a Kill: "Rough parser, short game, unimpressive ending, a good puzzle or two" January 21, 2021
"Attempting to play this game, which can be found via abandonware sites to an extent, is pretty rough even for those with experience in..." - See full review
MathBrush reviews Kerguelen 1991: "A mid-length French Ink game with art and animated logic mini-game" January 20, 2021
"This is a game in the french comp which is very technically proficient and uses figurative and descriptive language (which left me..." - See full review
A new listing for IRL: The Game, by Julia Makivic, Chris Stedman January 20, 2021
IRL: The Game is based off of IRL: Finding Realness, Meaning, and Belonging in Our Digital Lives by Chris Stedman. The game was designed and developed by Julia Makivic. In this game you will wander through a...
Samuel Verschelde (Stormi) reviews Paris Aires: "Very nice text effects, well exploited. " January 20, 2021
"First, I would have liked to give it 3 and a half stars but it's not an option. The dynamically changing text system is very well made..." - See full review
A new listing for A Hero's Odyssey, by Romulus January 20, 2021
A great war is about to erupt, the greatest the world has ever seen since the Trojan war. As the Greek city states are about to be engulfed in civil war, one man has to undertake a great journey. A dangerous...
A new listing for The Ballad of the Winter King, by Romulus January 20, 2021
A little girl falls asleep on Christmas Eve, and wakes up in a town filled with wonder. But as she explores her dream world, she slowly discovers she is not alone. An unspeakable evil is on her trail, and...
A new listing for The Raven, by Romulus January 20, 2021
Inspired by the famous poem by Edgar Allan Poe, 'The Raven' tells the sad and dreadful tale of a man torn apart by his love for his lost love. However, the past does not rest easily and the arrival of a...
A new listing for Totem Force, by Tom Rayner January 19, 2021
Battle giant robots, mad gods, and…awkward teen romance? You were just an ordinary high-school student—up until you rescued a mysterious being from the army, and were granted amazing powers! Now you must put...
A new listing for Dragon Racer, by Tierra Wright January 19, 2021
Ever since you were a child, you dreamed of flying amongst other racers with your dragon, and so, when the chance came to become one, you leaped for it. But, things are not always so simple. Dragon Racer is...
A new listing for Sordwin: The Evertree Saga, by Thom Baylay January 19, 2021
Set sail for adventure and mystery on the island of Sordwin. Explore the town in secret or in style, meet and mingle with the island's residents, wield weapons and magic and uncover clues before darkness...
A new listing for Paradigm City, by James Rhoden January 19, 2021
The Golden Age of heroes is over, but you're just beginning. Will you use your powers to help the world or help yourself? Set on a near-future Earth that has been irrevocably altered by the arrival of...
A new listing for Community College Hero: Knowledge is Power, by Eric Moser January 19, 2021
You survived the fall semester, but things are heating up this winter in Speck, Nebraska! A new villain with mysterious motives emerges to terrorize your city! New professors push you and your classmates...
A new listing for Community College Hero: Trial by Fire, by Eric Moser January 19, 2021
Outwit your professors at superpower school! Ace your exams, date your classmates, and bring down the nation’s most wanted villains to earn your degree. "Community College Hero: Trial by Fire" is a thrilling...
A new listing for Way Walkers: University 2, by J. Leigh January 19, 2021
The Way Walkers: University epic continues in the second part of the Tar'citadel trilogy by author J. Leigh! Picking up right where you left off in part one, the city and school are still in shock from the...
A new listing for Way Walkers: University, by J. Leigh January 19, 2021
Which Way will you walk? In a land were science and magic are the same, you are one of the few born with Extrasensory Abilities--and you dream of attending the most prestigious metaphysical university on the...
A new listing for The Ocean’s Daughter, by Fergie14233 January 19, 2021
The girl shrouded in mystery . . . Additional info: You play the role of a male character named Brandon. There are three possible endings: the bad, the average, and the perfect ending. To get the perfect...
autumnc reviews We Are the Firewall: "Mysterious and mesmerizing" January 19, 2021
End Master reviews AI Dungeon: "EndMaster fanfiction generator" January 19, 2021
"At CYS, we’ve long been aware of this little experiment and even more amused that the creator used popular CYS stories at the time as the..." - See full review
Compote reviews Paris Aires: "Moving experience" January 19, 2021
"A beautiful short game. I like how you mixed the two cities, with both your writing and the moving text effect. This poetic experience..." - See full review
End Master reviews Questionnaire: "Missed opportunity" January 19, 2021
"So now we’ve come to the last of the four games and given that the questionnaire “story” is the best of the bunch really says it all on..." - See full review
End Master reviews Sickness: "Stop whining" January 19, 2021
"Moving on to the third game, this one seems more like a rant about the medical system rather than a game. Someone also mentioned that it..." - See full review
End Master reviews Detective Clean: "Tragically dull" January 19, 2021
"So moving on to the second game, this one is about playing as a detective trying to catch murderer. The beginning claims that it’s..." - See full review
End Master reviews Place and Time: "Success equals sex, but not this game" January 19, 2021
"So four short twine games suddenly showed up on the IFDB and everyone seemed to be saying how bad they were so I decided to see for..." - See full review
ChrisM reviews The Key to Time: "A Journey Through Space and Time" January 18, 2021
"In search of a little retro text-adventuring to play on company time, I stumble across this curious artefact from the nostalgic 1980s of..." - See full review
A new listing for Dangerous Memories, by Tsmpaul January 18, 2021
You woke up, and nearly went off a cliff. It was not a good start to the day. Add to that amnesia, a foreign land, and people who want to kill you for some reason. You want to remember everything, but they...
Mizal reviews Sickness: "Not bad" January 18, 2021
"Of the four games I've played by this author, this is the first one that feels like it has something to say and a reason to exist. Maybe..." - See full review
Mizal reviews Questionnaire: "My answers were 'rabid chinchillas' and 'Twine authors'" January 18, 2021
"This is essentially Mad Libs trying to be meaningful. You're asked to fill in a sentence with two nouns, then the game plugs those nouns..." - See full review
News on Even the Devil Must Die: Even The Devil Must Die - New Version 2020 - (Windows 32/64 bit) January 18, 2021
Catventure updated this game in 2020 to run on Windows XP and above (32/64bit) Read more about this conversion + download info at: https://catventure.itch.io/even-the-devil-must-die - Details
MathBrush reviews T-Rex Time Machine: "A shortish and adventurous game with an unconvincing plot" January 18, 2021
"This game is fairly short (170K words but with a lot of branching, so smaller playthroughs). In it, you play as a young academic who has..." - See full review
Nightwatch reviews Place and Time: "This story is about 50 words long" January 18, 2021
"It doesn't try to make decent use of those words involved, either. You could play this story in the same time you read this review and..." - See full review
Mizal reviews Detective Clean: "So much sh*t" January 18, 2021
"There's really not much text here but it sure did require a lot of clicking to get through. The humor is all scatalogical, you'll be..." - See full review
Ogre reviews Sickness: "You're Sick" January 18, 2021
"That's the entire plot and story here. Really, there's not much more than that. There's a few choices throughout the story, but none seem..." - See full review
Perficio reviews Paris Aires: "First text-adventure game ever played." January 18, 2021
"I've heard of this game genre from an outside standpoint but never tried one. Im was curious about it and I had fun time playing this..." - See full review
Ogre reviews Detective Clean: "A Start?" January 18, 2021
"I'm not sure what the point of this story was. It almost feels like it was a test of an application, but little more. Most pages had just..." - See full review
Perforation reviews Questionnaire: "You're... Welcome?" January 18, 2021
"I don't see the point of this, as Ogre pointed out. Even if the author were to be collecting data(which this is the wrong site for),..." - See full review
Perforation reviews Sickness: "Something," January 18, 2021
"This time, the author actually wrote more words, it changes nothing, though. Story: You are sick. you make appointments with doctors to..." - See full review
Ogre reviews Questionnaire: "Nothing" January 18, 2021
"This is nothing. I don't know why it's listed here. It is a web site that asks a few questions, and then it's over. Literally, that's..." - See full review
Perforation reviews Detective Clean: "An.... Attempt?" January 18, 2021
"Similar to the other pieces of "interactive fiction" created by this author, it holds barely anything. Story: A basic, disgusting attempt..." - See full review
Perforation reviews Place and Time: "No point" January 18, 2021
"So. There are 4-ish rooms with the same 4 choices. No story, no puzzle, not even an attempt to be "philosophical". I could make this in..." - See full review
Mizal reviews Place and Time: "their" January 18, 2021
"'In the [room], would you like to have sex or cry?' That's the entire game. You don't even have to play it now, you've already..." - See full review
A new listing for Questionnaire, by Stephen Lavelle January 18, 2021
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