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Batman is Screaming, by Porpentine
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Average member rating: (10 ratings)

Batman is screaming.

Behind the Door, by eejitlikeme
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Average member rating: (8 ratings)

It all started around a month ago, when you received the first postcard with imprinted exotic flowers and beautiful butterflies. The postcards continued to arrive in your mailbox - without any text apart...

Broken, by Claudio Medina
Average member rating: (3 ratings)

A defining day in the life of a kid and his broken family. The idea is for the player to play all the branches so he can get together the pieces of what’s going on.

Cis Gaze, by Caelyn Sandel
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Cis Gaze is a diary entry told through hypertext effects, an exploration of the intersection of gender dysphoria and depression. It's not really a game. Content warnings: transmisogyny, depression, suicidal...

Conversations With My Mother, by Merritt Kopas
Average member rating: (10 ratings)

A brief game about family relationships, in which you can click on words in the dialogue to change them before continuing the conversation.

Dance in Blood, by Intudia
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The Dead House, by Dark Forest Media
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Average member rating: (6 ratings)

Short Adventure/Horror Twine. Get lost in the woods, meet ghouls, and solve puzzles.

Depression Quest, by Zoe Quinn, Patrick Lindsey, Isaac Schankler
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"An interactive (non)fiction about living with depression." The player of this multimedia hypertext game is given a series of everyday life events, and has to attempt to manage their illness, relationships,...

Don't Read the Comments, by Ashton Raze
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Short, amusing riff on the niche-audience building capabilities of the internet and the problems with comments.

The Dragon Will Tell You Your Future Now, by Newsreparter
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The things they say about dragons can't really be true right? Maybe it was a bad idea to come here, maybe the only future the dragon holds is the one that ends with you in it's jaws tonight! Ridiculous,...

Dreamland, by Tatiana Statsenko (as eejitlikeme)
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Dreams are fascinating, illogical, colourful, and some people just cannot live without them. Are you sleeping to remember or are you sleeping to forget? Credits to testers: Uliana Sirotina, Matt Nicolls

Dungeon Detective, by Wonaglot, Caitlin Mulvihill
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You're a gnoll. Whether that's a blessing or a curse is up to you. Unlike other gnolls, you're trying to eke out a simple existence by plying your trade - that of the world's first Dungeon Detective. Amass...

Encyclopedia Fuckme and the Case of the Vanishing Entree, by Anna Anthropy
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If there's one thing Encyclopedia Fuckme knows - and this is a hypothetical statement, of course, because she's actually got a lot crammed in her big fat brain - it's how to get off! But in addition to her...

Everybody Dies, by Jim Munroe
Average member rating: (86 ratings)

It starts with a metalhead, Graham, realizing that throwing that shopping cart over the bridge was not the great idea he thought it was. Even if it did get him out of washroom duty at Cost Cutters....

The Grievous Miskatonic Modus, by Lynda Clark
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Grimnoir, by ProP
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It's his biggest selling point and it's a cold, hard fact: occult detective Jacob Morris has never lost a case, and he's been in this business a long time. Join him and his singularly skilled colleague...

HAIZARA, by Rani Baker
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Average member rating: (4 ratings)

My first game attempt, a Twine project that hearkens back to the days of LCD handheld games. A short adventurous romp in a fantasy world. Made for Twiny Jam.

Harbinger, by Kenna
Average member rating: (7 ratings)

A week ago a horrible thing emerged and killed the wizard of the tower. You were there; you saw it happen. You are the only one who knows what's coming, and on your own you have no means to stop it. That's...

Horse Master, by Tom McHenry
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The Game of Horse Mastery

HummingBird Haunting, by Norbez
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Then the HummingBird sees me. #HBHtwine Made for the Public Domain Jam 2, using the poem Humming-Bird by Hilda Conking. All art and writing was done by Norbez.

Into the Lair, by Kenna
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You're standing in the silent graveyard, by the entrance to the crypt Wil pulled you out of when she rescued you. The sky grows brighter and brighter behind you; soon, it'll be too light outside for you to...

the last love song, by Some Strange Circus
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the last love song is a game about a relationship going wrong. You wake up one night, and release that this is your last chance to fix it. Will you take that chance?

The Legend of the Missing Hat, by Adri
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A tiny story about four tiny ninjas and a tiny top hat.

The Mouse, by Naomi Z (as Norbez)
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Average member rating: (10 ratings)

Better get home quick if you don't want to get hurt, Evelyn Grey. **This game contains mature language, alcohol, abuse, and a brief scene of violence. Player discretion is advised.**

My Name is Tara Sue, by Maki Yamazaki
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"Your name is Tara Sue. You are 25 and you work in an office. Admittedly, your life could stand to get a little more interesting." ...


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