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A new listing for a short walk in the spring, by Amorphous April 9, 2019
A procedurally-generated Twine. It's spring, and the flowers have sprouted in all the cities you used to go. Visit them to honor your ghosts, or wander away somewhere.
A new listing for The Ballroom, by Liza Daly April 9, 2019
You arrived at the ballroom well after midnight. The End.
Denk reviews Founder's Mercy: "Nice Sci-Fi Adventure" April 9, 2019
"In this sci-fi parser adventure you are the last person aboard an abandoned space station. Your objective is to get away from the space..." - See full review
A new listing for Founder's Mercy, by Thomas Insel April 9, 2019
You awake. You are lonely, so lonely. It was a thousand days ago today. All alone these thousand days. Your parents were the last. No, your father was the last. He held on for nearly a hundred days longer....
A new listing for Glum Fiddle, by C. Henshaw April 9, 2019
You are Aethel Wiggle, the young daughter of Teacher and Mrs Wiggle. You are wearing Hawnd's jerkin and boots, and you are carrying a hessian sack (containing your diary) and a dagger. You have come thus...
A new listing for The Makeshift Magician, by C. Henshaw April 9, 2019
You learned magic on an internet course, and you’re now conducting your first performance - can you keep the kids happy and keep their hot moms at bay?
A new listing for Showtime at the Gallows, by The Dominant Species April 9, 2019
When faced by the Devil, what does one do? (Warning: subject matter may offend some)
A new listing for Shadow Of The Past, by Catharine Post April 9, 2019
A new listing for The Demon Hunter, by David Parish April 9, 2019
You have been searching for this place for over twenty years and now, at long last, your hunt for the demon has ended... [Third Place - Finish The Game Comp 2005]
A new listing for Toxically Earth, by Tobias Schmitt April 9, 2019
A new listing for Hospital, by Anonymous April 8, 2019
A new listing for Report Espionage, by Shane Alcock April 8, 2019
You play a disobedient student who is determined to prevent his school report from ever being completed. Original idea inspired by Skooldaze for the ZX Spectrum
MathBrush reviews Our Darkest Thoughts: "A short Twine game about identity and depression." April 8, 2019
"This short Spring Thing game is in the genre of text games that take a major issue confronting humanity and explore it through a player's..." - See full review
A new listing for Our Darkest Thoughts, by Jesse Villa April 8, 2019
You have no recollection of how and why you ended up there. Find your way out of the darkness. Trigger Warning: Suicide, depression
MathBrush reviews Darkness: "A short contemplative metaphor game based on the new Elm Narrative Engine" April 7, 2019
"This game is designed to showcase the Elm Narrative engine. Although it's not the first game written in the engine, it's the first I've..." - See full review
A new listing for Darkness, by Jeff Schomay April 7, 2019
It is in the face of darkness, that we remember the importance of light. A parable about finding hope.
A new listing for Forest On The Norm, by Tobias Schmitt April 7, 2019
A new listing for The Vampire With A Conscience, by Ole Olsen April 7, 2019
It's the night of the annual grand vampire convention. You, the representative of the Wienna delegation, plan to wipe out the rest of the grand masters at the convention.
A new listing for The Great Escape, by Kevin Fenning April 7, 2019
The last few weeks have been hell. It started off with your sacking as a pizza delivery boy. It continued when you couldn't pay your rent to Mr. Malloney, your landlord and local hard-man...
A new listing for The Heritage, by Finn Rosenløv April 7, 2019
It has been over a year since you received the letter from your uncle’s lawyer informing you of his passing. Unfortunately your posting abroad didn’t allow you to return home until now. Your uncle was your...
A new listing for The Day Program, by Fearsumasparagus April 7, 2019
A comedic, extremely random decision based adventure straight out of the mind of someone with ADHD. Every decision you make in daily life is life or death so it is recommended you save very frequently.
A new listing for The Last Expedition , by Daza April 7, 2019
Harry Finley is on a quest to find the lost treasure with his hapless assistant Edmund McIntosh, after fruitless dig sites he finally found the correct site for where this lost treasure might be. This is a...
A new listing for The Dark Hour, by Alexandra Koslowska April 7, 2019
A short surreal game.
A new listing for Snowdrift, by Greg W April 7, 2019
A short adventure with original music.
MathBrush reviews Quiet: "A contemplative game about the role of words vs expressions in conversation" April 6, 2019
"This game joins the growing sub-genre of twine games where you express yourself with emojis (including 10pm, a recent French IFComp game,..." - See full review
A new listing for Quiet, by Martyna "Lisza" Wasiluk April 6, 2019
A conversation where your voice bears no words.
Julia Myer reviews Cannonfire Concerto: "Charming, Whimsical, Unique" April 6, 2019
"I keep thinking about this gem since my first play-through 2 years ago, and couldn't bring myself to ever uninstall it from my Steam..." - See full review
A new listing for Two Rooms, by Daniel Gunnell April 6, 2019
Two Rooms is a game of adventure, danger, and low cunning. In it you will not explore the most amazing territory ever seen by mortals, but you will be moving a lot of objects around!
A new listing for Sun Empire: Quest For The Founders, by Daniel Hiebert April 6, 2019
As chief engineer of the Rosemon Genetics Institute on Rhiannon, you, Tangee Simone, oversee a large group of scientists working on uncovering the genetic secrets of the Kantenese race.
A new listing for The Dead of Winter, by William Dooling April 6, 2019
You are a poor fisherman, trapped in a war you have no hope of understanding. In the dead of winter, it falls to you to deliver a message to one side...or another. Does the choice even matter? Are you doomed...
MathBrush reviews I Will Be Your Eyes And Hands: "A short, thoughtful and polished take on dystopia" April 5, 2019
"This game is a take on dystopia in the well-trodden vein of Kafka and Orwell, but I think it does well, mostly due to pacing and..." - See full review
A new listing for I Will Be Your Eyes And Hands, by Cam Miller April 5, 2019
A short piece of interactive dystopian science fiction
MathBrush reviews The Devil and the Mayor: "A nice mid-sized Twine demon simulator with stat tracking " April 5, 2019
"The author bills this as a 'small' game, but it's pretty hefty (about 20K words). Most of that is in branching paths. The writing is..." - See full review
A new listing for The Devil and the Mayor, by Jonathan Laury April 5, 2019
You've been summoned Up Top to make a deal, but do the humans really need much help damning themselves? Perhaps a little assistance wouldn't hurt...
MathBrush reviews Do I Date?: "An incomplete demo of a dating game related to mental illness" April 5, 2019
"This game is incomplete, which is why I've given it a lower rating for now. This is a dating simulator visual novel. This is a genre..." - See full review
A new listing for Do I Date?, by Aurora Kakizaki April 5, 2019
A dating simulator to raise awareness for mental disorders.
MathBrush reviews The Empty Chamber: A Celia Swift Mystery: "A pleasant little murder mystery in 1950's England" April 5, 2019
"This game is a fine addition to the long tradition of murder mystery interactive fiction games. This is a one-room game. You, Celia..." - See full review
A new listing for The Empty Chamber: A Celia Swift Mystery, by Tom Sykes April 5, 2019
A game of observation, conversation, and deduction, set inside a run-down terrace flat in post-war Essex.
SoftGLOW reviews 9:05: "What a fun game!" April 4, 2019
"What a charming, fun, and devious little game this is! Deceptively middle-of-the-road and cleverly laid out so that you follow it..." - See full review
A new listing for Velcro Church, by Ben Carey April 4, 2019
Velcro church is about the last moments of a man’s life and the memories and fantasies that intersect with his dying state. Because memory functions in a non-linear fashion, I decided to explore the...
Stian reviews Sherlock Indomitable: "Perfectly straightforward" April 3, 2019
"In this game, the author introduced some very specific commands that allows the player to enter the mind of Sherlock Holmes. This, I..." - See full review
A new listing for Logged In, by anChupacabra April 3, 2019
Part 1 In a technologically reliant world, where everyone is connected to global mainframes using ATHENA -an assistant cranial AI created by near omniscient corporations- a single question threatens to...
A new listing for Black Sheep's Gold, by Driftingon April 1, 2019
There's nothing like treasure maps and hidden gold to make an otherwise dull day become one full of adventure. While cleaning the attic on what could have been a perfect Saturday morning, a young girl comes...
A new listing for Touchstone, by Edward Wang April 1, 2019
A new listing for Unfinished Duet, by anahaedra, Richard Siken April 1, 2019
A poem by Richard Siken, translated to Twine.
A new listing for Absent Heroes: Choose Your Own Interview II, by Cara Ellison April 1, 2019
I had a sweet time making the last Choose Your Own Interview, so this time I collaborated with long time Interactive Fiction heroes Adam Cadre, Emily Short and Andrew Plotkin to make you something special....
A new listing for Dope Wars, by Ben Webb April 1, 2019
Make a fortune dealing drugs on the streets of New York... Remake of Dope Wars by Beermat Software Based on "Drug Wars" by John E. Dell
A new listing for Choose your own Anna Anthropy Interview, by Cara Ellison April 1, 2019
News on Incomprehensible Casino Enforcer: Restored a backup April 1, 2019
A backup of this game was approved on IF Archive. The link works now and we can remove the "game not exists" tag. - Details
IFonthebrain reviews Curse of the Garden Isle: "I'll take two chickens." April 1, 2019
"Nice, short, atmospheric game. At first, you don't know what you are there to do, but this got me to explore around, do some mapping,..." - See full review


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