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Vespers, by Jason Devlin
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Little Billy, by Okey Ikeako

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More amusing than anything, July 11, 2019
The game attempts to tell a serious, touching story about bullying. Unfortunately, it falls flat due to the overall ineptness of the writing. The prose feels downright childlike sometimes (even in sections written from adults' perspectives), and I found myself laughing out loud several times, rather than empathizing with Billy's exaggerated plight. The out-of-the-blue ending doesn't help either.

FooM, by Piers Johnson

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Just a novelty, July 11, 2019
An implementation of the entire "E1M1: Hangar" from Doom in text adventure form. Probably the most remarkable feature of this game is its high fidelity in re-creating the original game, especially the layout of the map (even the secret areas are implemented faithfully). Finding your way around can be confusing, though, when there are no visuals to guide you.

However, for all its novelty, the game itself isn't particularly interesting in text adventure terms. (Of course, perhaps that was the author's point.) Worth checking out for a chuckle, maybe, but gets old fast.

(For some reason, there's also a hunger daemon that kills you eventually probably the author's oversight?)

Mastaba Snoopy, by gods17
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To Hell in a Hamper, by J. J. Guest
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mr. leg needs some milk, by amelia tsukum

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gib him milk, October 25, 2018
Very short but adorable game. (Spoiler - click to show)It's got a friendly cow in it, which automatically makes it worth checking out.

It's just a pity the author didn't replace the default responses -- with the game's childish unpunctuated style, being suddenly confronted with "I am carrying nothing." or "That's not a verb I recognise." jars one out of the mood.

Six, by Wade Clarke
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Toby's Nose, by Chandler Groover
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Pick Up the Phone Booth and Aisle, by David Dyte, Steve Bernard, Dan Shiovitz, Iain Merrick, Liza Daly, John Cater, Ola Sverre Bauge, J. Robinson Wheeler, Jon Blask, Dan Schmidt, Stephen Granade, Rob Noyes, and Emily Short
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69,105 Keys, by David Welbourn
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