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Aisle, by Sam Barlow
Average member rating: (261 ratings)

"Late Thursday night. You've had a hard day and the last thing you need is this: shopping. Luckily, the place is pretty empty and you're progressing rapidly. On to the next aisle... Aisle started out as a...

Alabaster, by John Cater, Rob Dubbin, Eric Eve, Elizabeth Heller, Jayzee, Kazuki Mishima, Sarah Morayati, Mark Musante, Emily Short, Adam Thornton, Ziv Wities
Average member rating: (102 ratings)

The Queen has told you to return with her heart in a box. Snow White has made you promise to make other arrangements. Now that you're alone in the forest, it's hard to know which of the two women to trust....

Anchorhead, by Michael Gentry
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Average member rating: (305 ratings)

You take a deep breath of salty air as the first raindrops begin to spatter the pavement, and the swollen, slate-colored clouds that blanket the sky mutter ominous portents amongst themselves over the little...

Birdland, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
Average member rating: (108 ratings)

Fourteen-year-old Bridget's summer camp experience takes a turn for the bizarre when her otherworldly bird dreams start bleeding into reality.

Bronze, by Emily Short
Average member rating: (224 ratings)

When the seventh day comes and it is time for you to return to the castle in the forest, your sisters cling to your sleeves.

A Change in the Weather, by Andrew Plotkin
Average member rating: (55 ratings)

"Walking away from a picnic, you are suddenly caught in a country storm. You must protect a bridge from being destroyed. An ultra-linear game." [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

The Cove, by Kathleen M. Fischer
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Average member rating: (18 ratings)

De Baron, by Victor Gijsbers
Average member rating: (139 ratings)

For a Change, by Dan Schmidt
Average member rating: (97 ratings)

"The sun has gone. It must be brought. You have a rock." [--blurb from Competition '99]

Gun Mute, by C.E.J. Pacian
Average member rating: (123 ratings)

Step into the shoes of Mute Lawton, a lone cowboy who must stop an execution set to occur at noon by shooting his way past dangerous cyborgs and mutants in a post-apocalyptic western setting. (From the...

Hana Feels, by Gavin Inglis
Average member rating: (48 ratings)

Something is bothering Hana. Can you work out what it is? Take the part of four important people in her life and guide their conversations. After each scene, peek at Hana's journal and find out how she felt...

Hoist Sail for the Heliopause and Home, by Andrew Plotkin
Jordan Magnuson's rating:
Average member rating: (69 ratings)

A far-future story of discovery.

howling dogs, by Porpentine
Average member rating: (95 ratings)

death cube sim | galactic survey | visionatrix | facet machine | power gardens | women | fascination two significant endings

Lost Pig, by Admiral Jota
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Average member rating: (386 ratings)

my father's long, long legs, by michael lutz
Average member rating: (89 ratings)

A weird tale. Some parts make use of sound, so this game is best played with headphones. One ending.

Photopia, by Adam Cadre
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Average member rating: (473 ratings)

Rameses, by Stephen Bond
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Average member rating: (108 ratings)

Rematch, by Andrew D. Pontious
Average member rating: (73 ratings)

Shade, by Andrew Plotkin
Jordan Magnuson's rating:
Average member rating: (349 ratings)

"A one-room game set in your apartment." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

The Space Under the Window, by Andrew Plotkin
Average member rating: (81 ratings)

A new, experimental game that has no puzzles but uses only words that change your focus on things, thereby adapting the story. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

The Warbler's Nest, by Jason McIntosh
Average member rating: (76 ratings)

Surely the reed bank counts as a wild place. While it gives you so much, you've never tended it, not really, not like you do with your garden. It's something like the forest, then, but much safer to search...

Whom The Telling Changed, by Aaron A. Reed
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Average member rating: (58 ratings)

The people had always gathered on moonless nights to hear the stories, since the time of their ancestors' ancestors. The heat of the fire and the glow in the storyteller's eyes made the past present, and the...


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