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'Mid the Sagebrush and the Cactus, by Victor Gijsbers
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They shot you in the leg, the sheriff or one of his men, but you still managed to get away. You always manage to get away. And while they're off pursuing you to, who knows, perhaps Colorado, you have quietly...

+ = x, by Chandler Groover
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An equation is a language, which is a road to move information. All matter is information. Even a crust trimmed from a sandwich. Even a planet's crust, adrift in space, with its core blown. Those lights are...

1-2-3..., by Chris Mudd
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100,000 Years, by Pierre Chevalier
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The longest short story ever.

10pm, by litrouke
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10pm, and dinner is still sitting in the oven. The TV is droning. The front door is closed. You look at the clock. You look at the door. You wait. --- Content warnings: profanity, allusions to sex and...

The 12:54 to Asgard, by J. Robinson Wheeler
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Your mood is foul as you drive down to the studio in the middle of the night to fix a leak that's threatening to short circuit the entire studio. A chilling feeling haunts you tonight, and you feel pushed to...

16 Ways to Kill a Vampire at McDonalds, by Abigail Corfman
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You're a vampire hunter on your night off. You're getting a manicure, seeing a movie, and eating fast food. But there's a vampire in this McDonalds. If you don't do something, then in one hour it will eat...

18 Cadence, by Aaron A. Reed
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18 Cadence is an iPad/PC storymaking platform that lets its readers explore the history of a house through the hundred years of the twentieth century. Moving through space and time, a reader encounters...

1893: A World's Fair Mystery, by Peter Nepstad
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A theft on the fairgrounds! Precious diamonds stolen from the Kimberly Diamond Mining Exhibit! An urgent telegram from your old partner arrives, requesting your help to solve the mystery. How can you refuse?...

1958: Dancing With Fear, by Victor Ojuel
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"Dancing with Fear" (1958, directed by Víctor Ojuel). In this forgotten classic of Golden Age Hollywood, a vedette fallen on hard times (Salomé Vélez) finds herself enmeshed in a tangle of political...

1981, by Anonymous
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(author is Adam Cadre, but game is unsigned)

2112, by George K. Algire
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"A woman's voice crackles over the intercom of the Boeing 797 you are strapping yourself into securely. You've never traveled in space before, and the prospect has been turning your guts inside out since you...

The 4th Break Up, by Papp Róbert
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Here is the spring, choose your mate. Or choose your own mental disorder.

5 Minutes to Burn Something!, by Alex Butterfield
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You're great at burning bridges and midnight oil, but figurative fire can't save you now.

500 Apocalypses, by Phantom Williams
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500 Apocalypses is a web installation memorializing collapsed civilizations from across our universe. This interactive space is designed to allow contemplative engagement with five hundred curated entries...

69,105 Keys, by David Welbourn
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There's just one room. How hard can it be? Just unlock the door. Oh. There's 69,105 keys.

69105 More Keys, by Andrew Schultz
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A small guessing game in two flavors. No wins or losses, just compete against yourself.

8 Shoes on the Shelves, by Marc Duane
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An account of one soldier's unfortunate attempt to locate a secret buried beneath the war-torn Flemish countryside.

80 DAYS, by inkle, Meg Jayanth
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1872, with a steampunk twist. Phileas Fogg has wagered he can circumnavigate the world in just eighty days. Choose your own route around a 3D globe, travelling by airship, submarine, mechanical camel,...

9Lives, by Bill Balistreri, Hal Hinderliter, Sean Klabough, Luke Michalski, Morgan Sokol
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This IF was created as an assignment for ENG 437: Project Management, taught by Prof. Stuart Moulthrop at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.

> by @, by Aaron A. Reed
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Aayela, by Magnus Olsson
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Abandon Them, by Alan Beyersdorf
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What exactly happened during the fairy tale of Hansel and Gretel? How do we separate the fantasy of the folklore from the realities of starvation and abandonment? While often viewed as a fantasy story, my...

Abbess Otilia's Life and Death, by Arno von Borries (as A.B.)
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In English, on parchment, written in 13th century textualis. Quarto, 14 leaves, in double columns, with rubrication and miniatures. Marginalia in several hands of the 14th and 17th century.

The Abbey, by Steve Blanding
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A medieval murder mystery that takes place in an English Benedictine Abbey. Inspired by the board game: The Mystery of the Abbey, which in turn was loosely based on Umberto Eco's book The Name of the Rose.

An Abbreviated Night Before Christmas, by Adam Thornton
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Clement Clarke Moore is rolling in his grave.

Abgesang: Der Tag der Toten, by L. C. Frey
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»Du erwachst ohne Erinnerung in einem verlassenen Krankenhaus. Du bis nicht allein.« Ein Interaktives Horror-Abenteuer.

Above and Beyond!, by Mike Sousa
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Abusive Relationship Simulator, by porree
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A 299-word-experience about the thrilling adventures that await you in an emotionally abusive relationship. Made for the Twiny Jam.

The Abyss, by dacharya64
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"The Abyss"--a surreal romp through the hills and valleys of the mind. Ever since you were young you've felt that you've been controlled, manipulated, forced into actions by some outside force, some being...

Accidental Character Generator, by caeth
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19 types of creatures you can be! ~50000 different name combinations! 64 hobbies to have! 16+ personality types + 12 zodiac signs! 40+ pointless anecdotes! possibilities that I'm not willing to count! one...

Acid Whiplash, by Ryan Stevens and Cody Sandifer
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"Tooth beavers, hermits, phallic-shaped dust tomatos. Billed a living memorial to the wit, style, and unintentional genius of Rybread Celsius by Cody Sandifer." [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

The Acorn Court, by Todd S. Murchison
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A small, one-location game in which you must escape from a court. The game shows Inform's capability of handling multiple equal objects. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Across The Stars: The Ralckor Incident, by Dark Star and Peter Mattsson
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In the year 5367 IR, humanity is well established throughout the galaxy. It has been over twenty-thousand years since the Zal'tacs passed through our solar system, trading their technology for our food and...

The Act of Misdirection, by Callico Harrison
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The curtain lifts to a torrent of applause, as the city's gents and ladies lose their decorum for a just few moments in anticipation of something magical. The spotlights drown the glitter of sequins and...

An Act of Murder, by Christopher Huang
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The Addicott Manor, by Intudia
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You thought the abandoned manor would be easy to rob. But you were dead wrong. Its many rooms and corridors are filled with evil. You need to be lucky to make it out alive! The Addicott Manor is constructed...

Adoo's Stinky Story, by B. Perry
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Adventure, by William Crowther and Donald Woods
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The Adventure of Esmeralda and Ruby on the Magical Island, by Marco "Erik108" Anastasio
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A story about two brothers looking for their missing friend, set in a special place. Who or what will they find on their adventure?

Adventure XT, by Paul Allen Panks
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It has been four years since you last ventured into Blarg, the land of might and magic. Mordimar, an evil wizard, found the powerful Orb of Destiny. With it, he became nearly invincible. As his power grew,...

Adventureland, by Scott Adams
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Wander through an enchanted realm and try to uncover the 13 lost treasures. There are wild animals and magical beings to reckon with as well as many other perils and mysteries. WARNING! The Z-Code conversion...

Adventurer's Consumer Guide, by Øyvind Thorsby
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The Adventures of the President of the United States, by Mikko Vuorinen
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Adventures with Fido, by Lucas C. Wheeler
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"You are a Corgi in a sunny backyard." A simple premise becomes a world of opportunity in the paws of your protagonist. Explore your humble beginnings, and unlock worlds of wonder and intrigue as you...

Aether Apeiron: The Zephyra Chronicles, by Hippodamus & Company
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To understand the life of Zephyra, my Parthenos and protector, I have to take you back many years. We need to return to Kyzikos, the heavily-wooded little moon that orbits Arctonnesus, the giant...

Afflicted, by Doug Egan
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This isn't the safest neighborhood. A young woman was abducted near here only recently. But as a city sanitarian you are obligated to complete your annual inspection of the local dive. [blurb from IF Comp...

Aftermath, by Graham Somerville
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Ailihphilia, by Andrew Schultz (as N. Y. Llewellyn)
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No need for aibohphobia. It's polite on the Zarfian cruelty scale -and- will let you jump to the exciting conclusion if your 2-hour judging period is almost up!

Aisle, by Sam Barlow
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"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...

Al Final del Recorrido, by Guillermo Crespi
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Una breve historia interactiva con cinco posibles finales, acerca de un joven personaje y su regreso a casa después de un día muy particular. (Available only in Spanish for now, I plan to translate it into...

Al Otro Lado, by Antonio Márquez Marín
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"You are the interactive fiction game. An adventure very rare :-)" [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero] The English name for this game is On the Other Side.

Alabaster, by John Cater, Rob Dubbin, Eric Eve, Elizabeth Heller, Jayzee, Kazuki Mishima, Sarah Morayati, Mark Musante, Emily Short, Adam Thornton, Ziv Wities
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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....

AlethiCorp, by Simon Christiansen
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Do you have what it takes to be an Associate Information Management Consultant with one of the world's largest information management companies? Can you leverage synergies with the best to operationalize our...

Alias 'The Magpie', by J. J. Guest
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Sir Rodney Playfair, gentleman thief, has a simple plan: impersonate a psychiatrist, infiltrate a country house, steal a priceless Egyptian scarab and make it back to London in time for cocktails. All in a...

Alice Aforethought, by Hanon Ondricek
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I need your help. I mean, you're the one who is supposed to talk me out of things before I do anything stupid. Time has stopped moving, and that might turn out to have been my fault. I didn't mean to do it....

ALICE BLUE, by Chris Selmys
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Everybody knows that narrative is an emergent property of consciousness, but the reverse is also true... NB: Alice Blue is intended to be run on a Linux system.

Alicio en la Kurioza Kongreso, by Ariel Bonkorpa
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Ĉu vi memoras vian unuan kongreson? Alicio neniam forgesos la sian. Estas la inaŭgura Kurioza Kongreso de Esperanto, kaj neniu scias, kion atendi. Kiam la ĉeforganizanto enfalas skatolon dum la solena...

Alien Abduction?, by Charles Gerlach
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All Alone, by Ian Finley
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All Hail The King!, by Luke Skytrekker
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Your father the King has died in a tragic accident involving a salute of cannonry, and now you must succeed him to the throne! Elect two courtiers to your Cabinet, annoy your creepy Chancellor, and determine...

All Hail the Spider God, by Nelson
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All Hail The Spider God is an eerie interactive fiction adventure about You, and all the Yous you've left behind.

All Hope Abandon, by Eric Eve
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Your day got off to a good enough start when you met that blonde in the breakfast queue, but it's all downhill from there: you may be wishing you could escape a particularly dire lecture, but not by the one...

All I Do is Dream, by Megan Stevens
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Your girlfriend has gone to work and you're alone in the house. What will you do? Learn a new language? Take up an instrument? Train for a marathon? Or I guess you could take a nap.

All Quiet on the Library Front, by Michael S. Phillips
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As a student with an IF assignment looming, you need to get a biography out of the library - however, it is a very rare book, and surely you won't be allowed to take it with you... [--blurb from The Z-Files...

All Things Devours, by half sick of shadows
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From the game's about command: "All Things Devours is a short piece of interactive fiction, leaning strongly towards the text-adventure end of the spectrum. It explores an all-too-familiar science fiction...

All Visitors Welcome, by Bitter Karella
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Sloane Rock SHP was established in 1920 to help preserve the legacy of Lazarus Sloane and his many cultural and economic contributions to the history of the state of California. A visit to Sloane Rock SHP is...

Allein mit Kai, by Ingo Scharmann and Joana Markus
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Arndt Koschke is very excited. After a few dates on neutral territory he meets Tanja today in her apartment for the first time. But suddenly she has to go out for half an hour and Arndt has to watch her...

Almost Goodbye, by Aaron A Reed
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Almost Goodbye is an experiment in minimalist procedural content generation for interactive narratives. It does not try to generate a whole story or plot points from scratch, but instead asks what is the...

American Angst, by m3g1dd0
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Imagine a horror novel where you get to make the choices and decide how the story plays out: Welcome to American Angst, a text-based multiple-choice survival horror interactive fiction, combining RPG...

Amissville, by Gunther Schmidl
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Amissville II, by William A. Tilli
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Amnesia, by Dustin Rhodes
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In this poorly-written game, you play as someone who washed ashore onto an island. You were supposed to have amnesia, but you don't, so the author will make up a new story where you just need to solve a few...

Among the Seasons, by Kieran Green
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A fleeting glimpse of the seasons from a magpie's perspective.

Ananachronist, by Joseph Strom
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Have you ever wondered about lack of universe-destroying temporal paradoxes? The anthropic principle just not a good enough explanation for you? Here's a short game about how difficult it is to keep the...

Anchorhead, by Michael Gentry
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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...

And the Waves Choke the Wind, by Gunther Schmidl
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"some thing inside of me has opened up its eyes why did you put it there? did you not realize?" [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

AND WHEN I SQUINT IT LOOKS LIKE CHRISTMAS, by Norbez
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Oh no! Young Polly has been transported to a strange, magical land by an evil wizard. Help her get back home in this Twine adventure! This game was designed as a young player's first introduction to...

And Yet it Moves, by Orion Zymaris
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Eppur si muove

And You May Find Yourself, by VPC
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You awake one morning with a beautiful house, and a beautiful wife, and no idea how you got there.

Andromeda Apocalypse — Extended Edition, by Marco Innocenti
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Floating in space on a strange vessel, sole survivor of a world... and maybe of the entire human race, Ektor Mastiff must find a way through the cosmos, on a voyage that can change the history of mankind...

Andromeda Awakening - The Final Cut, by Marco Innocenti
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The most important discovery in history. And then, the whole world goes crumbling down. Armed with but a computer and an expired railway ticket, how can one expect to save the day when the doomsday clock has...

Andromeda Dreaming, by Joey Jones
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Aliss can control her dreams, but will this help her when she's stuck in a galaxy on the brink of destruction? Winner of the Andromeda Legacy competition 2012, Andromeda Dreaming is in the same setting as...

ANEMONE.0, by Alan DeNiro
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The first entry in Feu de Joie that's not from BUCOLIC. Quarter_Moon_Master's first stab at contact. Travel to THE ANEMONE.

Animalia, by Ian Michael Waddell
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This is the story of Charlie Stewart, nine-year-old Human child. Inside this ordinary nine-year-old Human child are four animals from the Forest, working tirelessly to keep YOUR Taiga Federation safe from...

Anno 1700, by Finn Rosenløv
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You have taken a job as receptionist at an old hotel on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, hoping to rekindle your interest in history before the final exam at college. Little do you know that you will get...

Annoyotron, by Ben Parrish
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Another Cliched Adventure Game, by David Whyld
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Entry in Ectocomp 2014.

Another Day, by Soda51
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Another Day, another Twine game, another countdown clock.

Another Goddamn Escape the Locked Room Game, by Riff Conner
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Ansible, by Jacques Frechet
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An entry in ShuffleComp: Disc 2. Inspired by "Save the World / Don't You Worry Child" by Pentatonix.

Antiquest, by Anton Lastochkin
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Are you tired of fighting an annoying parser and unraveling strange puzzles? Come along, and you and the parser will fight together against logic and common sense! You won't be bored with this game's...

Antropology, by Oreolek
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** On benefits of speech. ** A micro abstract interactive text piece, about one minute long.

Aotearoa, by Matt Wigdahl
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The Fish of Māui. The Land of the Long Cloud. Aotearoa. An entire continent of untamed wilds, and the last place on Earth where dinosaurs still roam. If only you'd come ashore under better circumstances...

The Apocalypse Clock, by GlorbWare
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an apple from nowhere, by Brendan Barnwell
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April in Paris, by Jim Aikin
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On the first day of your dream vacation, you encounter an exasperating social difficulty. (Game file contains complete hints and walkthrough. Zip file includes pdf map.) [blurb from IF Comp 2008]

Aquarium, by Hannah Powell-Smith
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You're seventeen. It's dark in here. Aquarium is a story game about skipping school with a cute boy. There are multiple endings. You can play in your browser on most devices - Internet Explorer will not...

The Arcana Cathexis, by Tom "SteepInKline" Kline
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Journey to the remote Bastion Arcanum, where a collection of treasures known as the Arcana Cathexis are said to be hidden. Along the way, you might just learn something about yourself... A Twine game written...

Arcane Intern (Unpaid), by Astrid Dalmady
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Getting coffee, making copies, tampering with powers beyond your control. You know, normal intern things. Now if only you were getting paid for it...

Ariadne in Aeaea, by Victor Ojuel
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Isle of Aeaea, the eastern Aegean. 3,500 years ago. In the northern wastes, the Achaeans have a new and warlike chieftain. Palace after palace is falling to his armies. On the shores of Crete, the Minoan...

Arqon, by H. J. Hoke
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Times were much simpler before you became an assassin for the Bureau of Magic, but they were a bit more complicated as well. You were on the run, and you couldn't live in your sanctuary forever. And thus...

Arram's Tomb, by James Beck
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The brave companions enter the old wizard's tomb in search of wealth and adventure. Many have done so before but no-one has ever returned. Direct barbarian, cleric, mage and thief towards great wealth and...

Arrival, or Attack of the B-Movie Clichés, by Stephen Granade
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Arthur, by piratescarfy
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A short story based on the character Prince Arthur from Shakespeare's King John. Takes place mainly just after Act 4 Scene 1.

The Ascent of the Gothic Tower, by Ryan Veeder
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A story of mild and non-debilitating obsession.

ASCII and the Argonauts, by J. Robinson Wheeler
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In this wonderfully laconic spoof of the Scott Adams style of adventures, you play as Jason of the Argo, tasked by King Pelias to bring the Golden Fleece to him or die. Surprisingly both entertaining and...

The Ascot, by Duncan Bowsman
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Anything might happen to you on the way to the convenience store. You might even run into a guy handing out cursed ascots that lead you to lost fortunes guarded by terrible monsters. Can you nab 100% of the...

Asendent, by Nate Cull and Doug Jones
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In this short game that attempts to parody the style of author Rybread Celsius, you play as an office worker who just drank some coffee spiked with hallucinogenic drugs. You are overcome with a desire to...

Ash, by Lee Grey
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Ash is an autobiographical story about the final days of life, and the loss of a parent.

Ashes, by Glass Rat Media
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Le Grand Guignol entry in ECTOCOMP 2015. Five old college friends reunite to fulfill a friend's final request. But all of them have secrets. And some have blood on their hands. Warnings for violence and...

Aspel, by Emily Short
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Her Majesty has sent your team to investigate the mountain palace of Aspel, now ruined, to find out its secrets and determine what value it may still have. Aspel is an experimental interactive experience...

At Wit's End, by Mike Sousa
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"A case study of Murphy's Law in action. In-game hints available." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

The Atomic Heart, by Stefan Blixt
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Attack of Doc Lobster's Mutant Menagerie of Horror, by Duncan Bowsman
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Havoc is gone. It must be brought. You have a mind-controlled psychopathic veterinarian.

Attack of the Clockwork Army, by Felicity Banks
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Win the Steam-Powered Fight for a Nation! When the battle for Australia begins, will you join Her Majesty’s new clockwork army to keep Australia peacefully British once and for all—or will you cast your lot...

Attack of the Yeti Robot Zombies, by Øyvind Thorsby
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Augmented Fourth, by Brian Uri!
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WANTED: Amateur musicians to serve the Royal Court. Must provide own instrument and be inured to copious constructive criticism. Impress your friends! Meet the King! Apply in person at the Castle, located on...

August, by Matt Fendahleen
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Augustine, by Terrence V. Koch
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St. Augustine, Florida is a city rich in history. Touted as the Oldest City in the United States, tourists flock to her to learn something of the nation's earliest settlers and get a sense of what life was...

Aunt Nancy's House, by Nate Schwartzman
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"This is an interactive tour of the author's aunt's soon-to-be former home." [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Aunts and Butlers, by Robin Johnson
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It's 1920, you're a minor aristocrat fallen on hard times, and your wretched Aunt Cedilla is on the warpath. A Wodehousean comedy of manners, manors, mysterious butlers and unfriendly poodles.

Autumn's Daughter, by Devolution Games
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The smallest choices have drastic consequences in this short story. Follow the girl as she tries to assert independence in a society that tries to cut her down.

Awake, by Soham Sevak
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Set in the near future, you play as William, Lead Scientist, an instrumental part of the Project team. You are woken up in the middle of the night by an urgent summons to work. A test subject managed to...

Awake the Mighty Dread, by Lyle Skains
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You wake up on a train in a strange world, knowing only that if you sleep, the nightmares return. But someone else is also lost, and you must find him, or else the nightmares will capture you forever.

The Awakening, by Dennis Matheson
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"You remember darkness. And the cold. Cold and darkness. And silence. Those memories are all that you have. That, and a feeling that something you never knew you possessed has been lost. Suddenly, oblivion...

The Axolotl Project, by Samantha Vick
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As a lowly intern on Sadler Pharmaceutical’s high-security lunar research base, you set out to find an escaped test subject before your boss does. Along the way, you’ll unravel the mystery of your coworker’s...

Babel, by Ian Finley
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baby tree, by Lester Galin
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a short horror game

Back Then, by Janelynn Camingue
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Memories can be precious or terrible things to have. They can awaken at any moment, whether in a dream or staring out the window in solitude.

Bad Guys, by David S. Glasser
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""Out of the TextFire "12-pack", this is an April's Fool game "demo" that casts you in the role of a bad guy whose goal it is to become immortal - but this is a bad day..." [--blurb from The Z-Files...

Bad Machine, by Dan Shiovitz
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Bad Water, by Waking Media
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A surprising new spin on the "wander-and-wonder" game genre. A tribute to an obscure early 2000s indie game. Can you guess what it is? [Contains Audio and Video which is important to the game.]

The Baker of Shireton, by Hanon Ondricek
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You are the Baker of Shireton. The bread you bake is delicious. Raiders are coming.

Balances, by Graham Nelson
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"A homage to Infocom's Enchanter Trilogy, at the same time showing some of the things that Inform is capable of doing." [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Balefires Burning, by Cassandra Wolf
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Share the story of 15-year-old Tansy, who is on the verge of becoming an adult and a witch. In an isolated community where magic is an everyday occurrence and otherworldly beings walk the woods, you face...

The Ballroom, by Liza Daly
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You arrived at the ballroom well after midnight. The End.

Ballyhoo, by Jeff O'Neill
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Spangleland! Sawdust and glitter, buffoons and cotton candy! It's a place where your wildest dreams come true! At least, that's what you think... until you get behind the scenes at the big top. Then you...

Ballymun Adventure, by Brendan Cribbin
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In this game, you play as a new male student at the school. As an orientation exercise, Mr Byrne, the principal, has organized a small competition. The winner will be the first student to bring four specific...

Baluthar, by Chris Molloy Wischer
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In this game of horror, you play as an old man of a tribal culture. For months, you've been weary of life and kept to your bed. But when you learn that your adult son, Rykhard, has foolishly gone into the...

Bane of the Builders, by Bogdan Baliuc
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The barbarians are coming!, by Daniel Kosacki
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My very first twine story! This is a story of you saving your village from a bunch of meanspirited barbarians. A bunch of stuff happens in the middle as well. The humor is weird and the story even weirder...

Base of the Comet, by rosencrantz
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Base of the Comet is an interactive story about Cal Yeasin, space scientist. There will be monsters. There are sideways paths and detours where you can learn more about Cal or explore a few more bits of ship...

Basilica de Sangre, by Bitter Karella
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What's a demon to do? Your mother has been missing for weeks. Rumor has it that she's being held prisoner in the infamous convent Basilica de Sangre. They say no demon has ever escaped from Basilica de...

A Bathroom Myth, by Anya Johanna DeNiro
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A folktale about, among other things, a sentient restroom and a trans woman surviving in a magical city. Pay what you want--all proceeds are donated to the Transgender Law Center, an organization that "works...

Batman is Screaming, by Porpentine
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Batman is screaming.

Beam, by Madrone Eddy
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The Bean Stalker, by Jack Welch
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Caught in an economic downturn, can Jack leverage his starving cow and climb the economic ladder? ...

A Bear's Night Out, by David Dyte
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"Tomorrow is the big Teddy Bear party, and you must definitely not let your owner forget about it..." [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Beat the Devil, by Robert M. Camisa
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You are some guy who, after a night of drinking and proclaiming that you'd sell your soul for a chance with the lovely Gwyneth, wakes up in a literal "Mall of Hell". It seems Lucifer overheard you and...

Beautiful Dreamer, by S. Woodson
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"Outside, the chill wind wails and tears the leaves from their branches. Gusts of wind scour the muddy sidewalks; gusts of wind roar through the alleys between buildings. Before one gust can fade, another...

A Beauty Cold and Austere, by Mike Spivey
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That survey course in conceptual mathematics seemed like a good idea at the start of the term - no graded homework, no midterm exams - just an oral final at the end. But now that final is tomorrow morning....

Because You're Mine, by Owlor
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Find the various components necessary to perform a dark ritual in a swamp populated by Horses. A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

Bee, by Emily Short
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The story of a home-schooled girl preparing to compete in the national spelling bee, dealing with various small crises with family and friends, and gradually coming to terms with the clash of subcultures...

Beet the Devil, by Carolyn VanEseltine
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Your dog is gone. She must be brought. You have a beet (and some other vegetables).

The Beetmonger's Journal, by Scott Starkey
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"Victor Lapot and I were miles from base camp on the south continent, once again hacking through previously unsurveyed lands and searching for forgotten cultures. The expedition reminded me of our grand...

Before the End of the World, by Silverstring Media
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The sky is tearing itself open. Fire rains from the heavens. And you've returned home to reflect on the person you fell in love with in your dreams. Before the End of the World is a Twine game created to...

Begegnung am Fluss, by Florian Edlbauer
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"Wenn du über den Fluss kommst, hast du es geschafft. Dort ist der Wald so dicht, dass sie dich nie finden." [--blurb from Competition Aught-One]

Begscape, by Porpentine
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highly randomized fantasy begging sim or bleak slot machine poem

Behind the Door, by eejitlikeme
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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...

Being Andrew Plotkin, by J. Robinson Wheeler
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"Zarf? you think to yourself. Could it be? The one and only Zarf? Xyzzy Award winner? IF Competition winner? The mighty Inscruitable One? Gosh. What it must be like to be Zarf... You begin to crawl forward,...

The Believable Adventures of an Invisible Man, by Hannes Schueller
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The story of a lab assistant who managed to turn himself invisible after years of private research. Driven by anger built up over the years of social isolation, he's out to have his revenge on his boss, his...

Bell Park, Youth Detective, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
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A headstrong twelve-year-old detective gets in over her head when she's hired to solve a murder mystery at an internet technology conference.

Bellclap, by Tommy Herbert
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Beneath Floes, by Bravemule; Pinnguaq
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Qikiqtaaluk, 1962. The sun falls below the horizon and won't return for months. You wander the broken shoreline, wary of your mother's stories about the qalupalik. Fish woman, stealer of wayward children:...

Beneath: a Transformation, by Graham Lowther
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In this Lovecraftian game inspired by the works of Robert E. Howard, you play as a poor resident of the rundown town of Stregoicavar. You want to continue reading your borrowed library book, Worms of the...

Berrost's Challenge, by Mark Hatfield
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Light-hearted (semi-)heroic fantasy. Can an aging apprentice end his apprenticeship with a flourish (and a few new spells to cast)? Just an old-school text adventure with a tip of the cap to Infocom's...

Best Gopher Ever, by Arthur DiBianca
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Help the unfortunate residents of Fairview! (Who are all animals, by the way.) A light puzzle game for all ages.

The Best Man, by Rob Menke
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Best of Three, by Emily Short
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Beta Tester, by Darren Ingram
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The goal is discovery. The fun is walking around and doing and seeing, with an emphasis on games and puzzles.

Beyond, by Roberto Grassi, Paolo Lucchesi, and Alessandro Peretti
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A mysterious death, a secret to be revealed… and someone who wants to know the truth, at any cost. ...

Beythilda the Night Witch, by DCBSupafly
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Bi Lines, by Naomi Z (as Norbez)
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So what if you're unsure? What if you're falling apart? Forget about yourself and worry about them. That's what she'd want. (Note: This game poured out of me during the Brett Kavanaugh hearings in America,...

The Bible Retold: Following a Star, by Justin Morgan
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You are Balthasar, a magus from Babylon. You and your companions, Gaspar and Melchior, are about to embark on a journey to Judea, a client kingdom of the Roman Empire, to venerate a newborn king. You'll need...

The Bible Retold: The Bread and the Fishes, by Justin Morgan and Celestianpower
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The Bible Retold: The Lost Sheep, by Ben Pennington
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There is dissent in the ranks! One of your sheep makes a run for the next field, jumping gracefully over the hedgerows. You stand up quickly and collect your crook. You need that sheep!

The Big Mama, by Brendan Barnwell
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"Three or four sailboats cruise lazily in the glow of the setting sun, which casts a poetic shimmer across the swells. In the distance, about 15 km offshore, you can discern the dim, hunched shapes of the...

The Big Scoop, by Johan Berntsson
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Bigger Than You Think, by Andrew Plotkin
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Bigger Than You Think is a choice-based interactive narrative. This game was written for the Yuletide 2012 fanfic exchange. The game was inspired -- perhaps loosely -- by Randall Munroe's comic xkcd-1110:...

The Binary, by Bloomengine
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The Timeline must be sanctified. Relive the same few minutes over and over again, attempting to stop a bullet from changing history.

Bio, by David Linder
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In this game, you play as a male live-in janitor for a scientific research facility in a Brazilian jungle. Tonight, the scientists are away at a convention and you're enjoying the peace and quiet....

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

Birmingham IV, by Peter Emery
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A solitary scholar, his purpose and presence in the world a mystery even to himself, ventures abroad in a dream state. He finds a land of sunny lanes and dark forests, steeped in the blood of Celt, Saxon,...

The Black Lily, by Hannes Schueller
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If you think you are being watched while playing this game, keep telling yourself that it's all in your mind.

Black Marker, by Michael Kielstra
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Hidden in the shadows, the Agency works for the safety of the citizens. If your goals or beliefs do not appear to align with those of the Agency, you are liable to find yourself in trouble. There are those...

Black Rock City, by Jim Munroe
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You're at Burning Man, with six choices to make before the world goes white. Choose wisely. Or wildly. The dust storm won't care. Zero puzzles, sixty-four endings. Cover: Trish Lamanna

Black Sheep, by Nic Barkdull and Matt Borgard
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In the future, robots cater to man’s every want and need. That is, unless you’re a lowly line cook like Irene Turnsole. After Irene travels to her late father’s home, she discovers that her sister has gone...

Blackness, by Michael Phipps
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In this short horror game, you play as a hospital janitor. You just need to mop a couple floors and then you can go home. Assuming the blackness doesn't get you first.

Blade Sentinel, by Mihalis Georgostathis
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Blighted Isle, by Eric Eve
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Blockade duty in the Bay of Biscay, vile weather, and an unplanned jaunt over the side of the ship into the tossing waves. But instead of drowning, you end up on an island that has no right to be there - and...

Blind, by Andrew Metzger
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A creep kidnaps you, a blind girl. But you're not as disabled as you look - who says blindness is a handicap?

The Blind House, by Amanda Allen
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I scarcely know the woman at my side. I don't even know why she was the one I turned to. I can only hope that we haven't been followed, that she won't ask too many questions. The only choice left to me now...

Blink, by Ian Waddell
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Bliss, by Cameron Wilkin
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Blood on the Heather, by Tia Orisney
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A trio of college students visit Scotland and get sucked into a war between vampires. An homage to the ridiculous and bloodsoaked vampire B-movies of my childhood. Black humor.

Bloodless on the Orient Express, by Hannes Schueller
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1899: On the way to your well-earned summer vacation, the Orient Express gets stuck in a snow drift – and there is a murderer on board. Time to get out of your coffin and investigate!

Bloody Raoul, by Caleb Wilson (as Ian Cowsbell)
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Summer in Saturnine. What a night for knife punks!

Blue, by Marius Müller
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In a dying world, there is one last choice to make.

Blue Chairs, by Chris Klimas
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Blue Lacuna, by Aaron A. Reed
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You have always been different. One in a trillion have your gift, your curse: to move between worlds, never settling, always alone. To Wayfare. Yet there are others like you, and something stronger than...

A Blue Like No Other, by Dan Cox
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What color is desperation? Anger? How would you describe an arrested life? An unfulfilled story? What color might it be?

Blue Sky, by Hans Fugal
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You play as a tourist in Santa Fe, New Mexico. You've overslept your first morning here and your tour group has already left the hotel without you. You'd better hurry up and find them!

Bobby and Bonnie, by Xavid
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A light children's-story-ish adventure inexplicably starring rabbits.

Body Bargain, by Amanda Lange
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Your surgery went very well. But you couldn't really afford it... Be aware that this is a work of horror. This game involves situations that may be violent, distressing, disturbing, or triggering. This game...

BOFH, by Howard A. Sherman
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Bogeyman, by Elizabeth Smyth
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You can go home when you learn to be good.

Bolivia By Night, by Aidan Doyle
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A mystery adventure game set in Bolivia.

Bonehead, by Sean M. Shore
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September 23, 1908. Win this game, and your Giants will have the National League pennant almost within reach. You've done your part. You've just made a base hit, putting McCormick on third with the winning...

The Bones of London, by Gavin Inglis, Failbetter Games
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What lies beneath London's streets? Take up your theodolite and find out! Delve into London's mysteries, uncover buried secrets and help a hidden society map the Fifth City.

Boogle, by Buster Hudson
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Book and Volume, by Nick Montfort
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Bookmoss, by Devon Guinn
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While researching for a novel, a bookworm dad brings his teenage daughter to Houghton Library, Harvard College’s primary repository of rare books and manuscripts. When they meet a strange set of twin...

The Boot-Scraper, by Caleb Wilson (as Lionel Schwob)
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On the night of August 14th, 1799, eight days off St. Stellio, the sloop Meleagris was smashed apart by a storm. Most of the crew and passengers alike were crushed by fallen rigging, or drowned, or eaten by...

Border Reivers, by Vivienne Dunstan
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It's late fifteenth century Scotland, and the dangerous world of the Anglo-Scottish Border Reivers. A murder has been committed, and it's your task as the Warden's son to try to find out who was responsible....

Border Zone, by Marc Blank
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Where the Iron Curtain divides East and West, the frontier is a no man's land between freedom and captivity, a place where moments lost or precautions not taken exact a toll in men's lives. In Border Zone,...

Bradford Mansion, by Lenard Gunda
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A classic IF investigation/mystery set in an old mansion. What could ever go wrong in an old mansion? Lord Bradford just passed away, and his inheritors are eager to get their hands on their inheritance. But...

Brain Guzzlers from Beyond!, by Steph Cherrywell
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You are Bonnie Noodleman, Ordinary Well-Adjusted Teen-Ager, on an ordinary well-adjusted drive up Make-Out Mountain--until some gooey monstrosity from beyond the stars guzzles your boyfriend's brains clean...

Break Stuff, by Amy Clare Fontaine
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What better way to get over a breakup than smashing things? Content warning: Self-harm, suicidal thoughts, depression, anxiety, profanity, mild sexual language. If you are feeling suicidal, want to hurt...

Break-In, by Jon Ingold
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Breaking the Code, by Gunther Schmidl
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"Yes, it's deliberate." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

brevity quest, by Chris Longhurst
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it's a quest!

A Brief Introduction To This Game, by Jacques Frechet
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A prize-winning entry in the First Quadrennial Ryan Veeder Exposition for Good Interactive Fiction.

The Broken Bottle, by The Affinity Forge team, Josh Irvin
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Orphaned and outcast in medieval Romania, Florin’s life takes a turn for the worse when his sister, Nadia, disappears from the neighboring gypsy circus. He and his faithful wolf companion, Zana, need your...

Broken Legs, by Sarah Morayati
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A blurb? They expect you to write? You're Lottie Plum so you're not going into writing. You sing. And dance and act up a storm while everyone else can only manage a puddle. You belong at Bridger. No matter...

A Broken Man, by Geoff Fortytwo
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Every parent's worst fear is to lose their child. What would you do if your daughter was killed and the killer was never brought to justice?

Broken Wand, by Richard Wilkins
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Two friends find a broken magic wand on the playground and have to fix it in order to save the world.

Buck the Past, by Andrew Schultz
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A game with word puzzles and weird items and, eventually, self-actualization. Author's Comment: "While this is in the spirit of Problems Compound and Slicker City, there's no reason you have to play either...

Building, by Poster
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Building the Right Stuff, by Laura Mitchell
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Nobody likes to mention that space is boring, that's why the OC are willing to pay so much to send you into the great black to press a few buttons. At least they've given you a nice new AI to help you with...

Bullhockey 2 - The Return of the Leather Whip, by B F Lindsay
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Your girlfriend has disappeared--again--before your very ears.

Bullhockey!, by Bill F Lindsay (as B F Lindsay)
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Your girlfriend has left you, leaving disturbing notes. And she--oops--lost your laundry. In various places. Around town. You can't have her back. But you can try to get your laundry.

A Bunch of Keys, by Mike Gerwat
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A time travel story of a real life piano tuner and repairman who just happens to be blind.

Buried, by SuperFreak
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Buried is an ergodic literature game created in tandem by Tara Copplestone and Luke Botham as a proof of concept for Copplestone's M.Sc dissertation, and was subsequently entered into the 2014 Heritage Jam...

Buried In Shoes, by Kazuki Mishima
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Everything is about the question. [blurb from IF Comp 2008]

By the Lake, by Marius Müller (as Eldridge Murray)
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An entry in ShuffleComp: Disc 2. Inspired by "The Ghost Who Walks" by Karen Elson.

Byzantine Perspective, by Lea Albaugh
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Your task is simple enough. Just nab the chalice.

The Cabal, by Stephen Bond
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Cactus Blue Motel, by Astrid Dalmady
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Somewhere between New Mexico and Arizona, three friends were driving through a barren desert of red rocks, and wide empty skies. It was the end of summer, the end of high school, the end of so many things....

Caffeination, by Michael Loegering
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The Call of the Shaman, by Larry Horsfield
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Your bride-to-be, Princess Bronwynn, has been poisoned in a botched assassination attempt. The poison is a very rare one and you must travel to a far land to find the Shaman who is the only person who might...

Calliope, by Jason McIntosh
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Calm, by Joey Jones and Melvin Rangasamy
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Since the spores came life has been happier. How could it not be? For now stress is fatal and all who remain alive must remain calm...

Campfire Tales, by Matthew Deline
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Campfire Tales is an experimental storytelling game that uses procedural generation to change elements of the story each time you play! Gather your friends to play together, with one player reading the story...

Can You Survive The Great Journey Out West?, by ClickHole
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You've spent your whole life here in Missouri, but it's time to try your luck out west. Today, you embark on the Oregon Trail. However, you won't get far traveling on foot, so it's best that you first...

Cana According To Micah, by Christopher Huang (as Rev. Stephen Dawson)
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Being an account of the wedding at Cana, by the servant Micah; in which further details, doubtlessly apocryphal, are given of the event, including his contention with a surly Baptist, an interfering orphan,...

Candlesmoke, by Caelyn Sandel and Carolyn VanEseltine
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Entry in EctoComp 2014.

Candy, by Ryan Stevens
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"You are playing a small child dropped off at the house of its aunt, on a desperate quest for candies. This is a beta version of "Candy."" [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Candy Rush Saga, by Andrew Schultz
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Entry in ECTOCOMP 2014.

Cannery Vale, by Hanon Ondricek (as Keanhid Connor)
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Hell, even a seagull would hit the spot right now, roasted crispy over a flame-- He immediately put all thoughts of food out of his head because at the moment it was just torture_

Cape, by Bruno Dias
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Cape is a superhero origin story for the cyberpunk dystopia we're all living in.

Capsule II - The 11th Sandman, by PaperBlurt
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There's this pause on the Makida every time the current Sandman goes back into the cryotube, and before the new one awakes. A certain calm where all is still. The Makida's dull hum is heard, but that is all....

Captain Verdeterre's Plunder, by Ryan Veeder
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You should carry the bag. I'm more of a delegator.

The Cardew House, by Andrew Brown
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Cards Against Buzzfeed, by Soda51
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What happens when you multiply two lowest-common-denominators?

Careless Talk, by Diana Rider
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"You pace the deck anxiously as you wait for the chaplain to finish his current appointment. The skies above are a gloomy grey--not foreboding enough for a storm, too grim to be considered cheery. The...

Carma, by Marnie Parker
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"A Glulx Inform romp (with graphics and music)." [--blurb from Competition Aught-One]

Carmen Devine: Supernatural Troubleshooter, by Rob Myall
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'The jet lands smoothly in Harbin. The stink of the city and the bite of the ice-cold air assaults you as you disembark, but your destination is a long jeep ride north, so you'll have to suffer through the...

Caroline, by Kristian Kronstrand
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Let Caroline take you by the hand.

Carriage Returns, by David Good
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"Carriage Returns" is David Good's entry in the Ectocomp 2014 Halloween-themed speedIF competition.

The Case of LeAnne's Missing Bunny, Wendy, by Ryan Veeder
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A Haunted House Jam entry by Sheridan Mitchell.

The Case of Samuel Gregor, by Stephen Hilderbrand
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The Case, by Axel Cushing
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A private detective gets a walk-in client, and might be getting more than they bargained for. (This is essentially a writing sample.)

CASK, by Harry M. Hardjono
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"The author's first stab at interactive fiction. A very buggy game that consists mainly of obscure puzzles, with no story at all." [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Castle Adventure!, by Ben Chenoweth
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Welcome to Castle Adventure! Written and directed by Ben Chenoweth (Copyright 2002 Grinnan Berrit Software). Adapted to Inform 7 by Ben Chenoweth, 2012. You have to rescue a princess of legendary beauty who...

Castle Amnos, by John Evans
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""crux ('kr&ks, 'kruks) Function: noun Etymology: Latin cruc-, crux cross, torture 1 : a puzzling or difficult problem : an unsolved question 2 : an essential point requiring resolution or resolving an...

Castle of the Red Prince, by C.E.J. Pacian
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Welcome to Amaranth, foreigner. The Red Prince haunts your dreams, you say? If you want to overthrow our tyrant, you’ll need to consider this whole blighted land at once. (Castle of the Red Prince is a small...

A Castle of Thread, by Marshal Tenner Winter
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Your family is known to be expert language keepers in your village. Your specialty is an ancient, dead language called Ixteesh. You never thought it would be useful for much of anything, but then you are...

The Castle of Vourtram, by Alexandre Torres
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The Kingdom of Gwalinad is in its last days of existence. The evil wizard Vourtram, aided by an army of demoniac creatures, razed most of the old cities, spreading terror everywhere. When the capital...

Castronegro Blues, by Marshal Tenner Winter
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You listen to the dame on the other end of the phone as she finishes her plight. "My brother has gone missing. I want you to find him." You promised yourself a vacation, but this broad sounds a bit dishy....

Cat Scratch, by Allyn (Yilling) Chen, Hannah Turner, Laura Weber, Shirley Park, Will Hagen, Chris Klug, Scott Stevens
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The mission of Cat Scratch is to translate a chapter book from print to digital tablet. Cat Scratch will explore the ways using a tablet could benefit storytelling, without breaking the immersive experience...

Cat Simulator 2016, by helado de brownie
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One afternoon, the most important cat around (read: the only one in the house) must set off on a quest fraught with peril, soul-searching, and friendship – all in the name of taking a snooze. Can you guide...

Cattus Atrox, by David Cornelson
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"A promising date devolves into violence, sex, more violence." [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

The Cave of Morpheus, by Mark Silcox
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"Peer Through The Looking Glass - and watch breathlessly as the two most original thinkers of the 20th Century - Sigmund Freud and Willie Crowther - wage a pitched battle for the soul of a defenseless...

CC, by Mikko Vuorinen
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The Cenric Family Curse, by Jonathan Snyder
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Thanks to his father, Robert Cenric IV has been cursed to lose his soul when he reaches his 21st birthday. The problem is, his birthday is tomorrow. (This includes the original Competition release AND the...

Centipede, by J. Robinson Wheeler
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Cerulean Stowaway, by Roger Descheneaux
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A stowaway gets more of a ride than he bargained for.

The Challenge, by ViRALiTY
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Chancellor, by Kevin Venzke
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Maturity attained, the daughter is unfurled upon the world, embarked upon a mysterious quest by her father.

A Change in the Weather, by Andrew Plotkin
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"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]

Changes, by David Given
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Channel Surfing, by Mike Vollmer
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You play as someone who's supposedly consented to test an experimental television, but you don't really remember anything about your prior life. The "box" you wake up in has nothing in it except the...

Chaos, by Shay Caron
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"In Chaos, you are "Captain Chaos". Well, actually, no, you're just an observer. Captain Chaos is an evil villain and builder of robots whose ship has just clipped a tree and is slowly headed for the ground....

Charlie The Robot, by Fernando Contreras
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Earth is overpopulated and low on resources: the puppies, the kitties, and the fishies are all gone. There are not enough jobs, yet Hiremy & Hirschl has employed robots as middle management staff, which...

Charming, by Kaylah Facey
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Potions shattered on the floor, pages torn out of books, a demolished statue... These are a few of the magical messes you will have to clean up before Enchantress Igmenta arrives for your coming-of-age test...

The Chasing, by Anssi Räisänen
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A Checkered Haunting, by Andrew Schultz
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A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

Cheesed Off!, by Hulk Handsome
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An entry in the First Quadrennial Ryan Veeder Exposition for Good Interactive Fiction. This is a punny game where you solve puzzles with cheese. Mr. Veeder said the following about it: "Doesn't have much...

Cheeseshop, by David Welbourn
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An interactive re-creation of Monty Python’s Cheeseshop sketch, where you try to buy some cheese.

Cheiron, by Elisabeth Polli and Sarah Clelland
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Chemistry and Physics, by Caelyn Sandel (as Colin Sandel) and Carolyn VanEseltine
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Chicken and Egg, by Adam Thornton
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"A pastiche of "Spider and Web", which see." [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Chicks Dig Jerks, by Robb Sherwin
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"An ancient evil threatens to invade a decadent mountain town, yet all that concerns young grave robber Avandre Varick is hitting on gorgeous babes." [--blurb from Competition '99]

The Chieftan, by LeSUTHU
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In the middle of endless prairies, and dynamic mysteries that await you, you are a chieftain of a village you created. You control everything about the village from obtaining food, encounters with the...

Child's Play, by Stephen Granade
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It is playgroup day and playgroup day is normally a good day but ever since that little red-haired girl started coming she always wants your toys. She shouldn't get your toys. You tried telling the mom this...

The Chinese Room, by Harry Giles and Joey Jones
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The Chinese Room is a hilarious romp through the world of philosophical thought experiments. Have you ever wanted to win Zeno's race? Free the denizens of Plato's Cave? Or find out what it's really like to...

Chlorophyll, by Steph Cherrywell
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Choice of Alexandria, by Kevin Gold
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Change the course of history! Can your scientific discoveries save the ancient Library of Alexandria? Will you defend the empire's legacy, or your own? "Choice of Alexandria" is an interactive novella by...

Choice of Magics, by Kevin Gold
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Your magic can change the world, but at what cost? Battle dragons, skyships, and evil Inquisitors, as you protect your homeland, conquer it, or destroy it forever. Choice of Magics is a 550,000-word...

Choice of Robots, by Kevin Gold
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The robots you design will change the world! Will you show them the true meaning of love, or conquer Alaska with your robot army? "Choice of Robots" is an epic 300,000-word interactive sci-fi novel by Kevin...

Choice of the Deathless, by Max Gladstone
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Battle demons and undead attorneys, and win souls to pay back your student loans! At the elite demonic-law firm of Varkath Nebuchadnezzar Stone, you'll depose a fallen god, find romance, and maybe even make...

Choice of the Dragon, by Dan Fabulich and Adam Strong-Morse
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Play as a fire-breathing dragon who sleeps on gold and kidnaps princesses for fun! Choice of the Dragon is a free text-based game of multiple choice. Dominate the local kingdom, loot and pillage, and inspire...

Choices: And Their Souls Were Eaten, by Tin Man Games, Felicity Banks
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You have a gift. With your gift, the dead are never truly gone. But what if there is a dark side to your gift? What if there are those who can pervert your talent, and alter the balance of life and death?...

Choose Your Own SPOOKY Death, by Healy
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Entry in EctoComp 2014.

Christminster, by Gareth Rees
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"When your brother Malcolm sends you a telegram inviting you to visit him at Biblioll College in the ancient university town of Christminster, you imagine that the mysterious `discovery' he alludes to is...

Chronicle Play Torn, by Penczer Attila
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The Chronicler, by John Evans
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A short game with a few interesting tricks.

Chuk and the Arena, by Agnieszka Trzaska
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Fight in the Grand Galactic Tournament to get back your planet's stolen moon!

Cinnamon Tea, by Daffs O'Dill
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You've only heard that one could see past or future lives through the use of certain teas, and a good rest. Surely you weren't expecting this. [This game contains a death scene, blood in multiple cases, and...

Citizen of Nowhere, by Luke A. Jones
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The King, your father, is dead. You have refused to take the crown and the land of Nowhere has instead evolved into a republic. A simple invitation to the capital city of Lost sparks an epic quest as forces...

City of Secrets, by Emily Short
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City of the Living Dead, by Joshua Houk (as Tanah Atkinson)
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Entry in ECTOCOMP 2014. Entered under the pseudonym "Tanah Atkinson".

The City, by Sam Barlow
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"An interactive short experience." This game is intended not as an exploration or a challenge, more as a situation. Stylistically interesting for its lack of banners, opening-titles, location-headers,...

Civil Mimic, by Andrew Schultz
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Short entry for EctoComp 2017. A simple puzzle.

The Clock, by Cleopatra Kozlowski
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"You've done it again. This is what you get for being easy-going and good natured. Kitty called you up last night at some inhuman time, and implored you to come over to her house at the edge of town. You've...

Clusterflux, by Marshal Tenner Winter
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You have a new pet but it happens to be a talking mongoose. You have a new friend but she seems to have come from another place and time. And you have fun housemates but some of them have dropped off the...

The Coast House, by Stephen Newton and Dan Newton
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"The mystery, for you, started two years ago. "Come here, there's something I want to tell you," your old grandfather had said, "Quick, before your mother comes back in the room." The smell of antiseptic and...

Code Name Silver Steel, by SpecialAgent
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A freelance spy is a great job. It pays well and you get to travel to new and interesting places. Unless you get caught, that part is not so great. You open the unmarked envelope and unfold the mission...

Coffee Quest II, by Dog Solitude
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In this very silly game, you play as a bored office worker who just wants a decent coffee. Go find it.

Cold Iron, by Andrew Plotkin (as Lyman Clive Charles)
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Your good axe has gone missing. Reverd Pearson would say you're a careless lunkhead who'd lose his ear if it wasn't nailed on. You figure he's right, a man of the cloth, but that doesn't mean piskeys didn't...

A Colder Light, by Jon Ingold
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The last light has gone. The stars are coming out in the black sea above. Many are hidden by ice-fingered winds. My father is still not returned and the fire is almost gone. But this is how life is: always...

Color and Number, by Steven Kollmansberger
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Coloratura, by Lynnea Glasser
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Stolen away by apathetic Blind Ones, your only desire is to return to your Cellarium and the Song of the Universe. They should understand. You shall make them to understand.

Colossal Adventure, by Pete Austin, Mike Austin, Nick Austin, James Horsler
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The Colour Pink, by Robert Street
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Colours, by J. Robinson Wheeler
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"Out of the TextFire "12-pack", this is an April's Fool game "demo" all about colours - you need to change the sterile world you're in into a truly blue experience." [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue] This...

Coma!, by Nate Cull
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A Comedy of Error Messages, by Adam Le Doux
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A loyal but punctilious PC attempts to save its master from taking part in a disastrous blind-date, set up through the MMORPG Realms of Realmland....

Coming Home, by Andrew Katz
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Expect no more than what the title says. No plot, but lots of strange or time-dependent puzzles. [--blurb for "A Simple Home Adventure" from The Z-Files Catalogue]

A common enemy, by David de Torres Huerta
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A forgotten spacial project will cause millions of victims and there is nothing that anyone can do, but you are the only one that can save the rest of the world from the first nuclear world in history. Will...

Common Ground, by Stephen Granade
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The Commute, by Kevin Copeland
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Comp00ter Game, by Brendan Barnwell
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"play my comp00ter game and yyuo wil see its glory!!!!!" [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

Comrade, by Roger Carbol (as Urist Uristson)
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An entry in ShuffleComp: Disc 2. Inspired by "Rossiya" by Laibach, "Cha Cha on the Moon" by Pat Reader, "Rocket Man" by Iron Horse, and "Russian Roulette" by Rihanna.

Conan Kill Everything, by Ian Haberkorn
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Concrete Paradise, by Tyson Ibele
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Condemned, by Mark Jones
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Confessions of an NPC, by Charles Hans Huang
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Interview characters in a kingdom not unlike our own who face the problems of our generation.

Congratulations!, by Frederick Hirsch
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"A short game in which you must take care of your newborn baby." [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Conjuring and Prophecy Unit, by Eric Gallagher and Acacia Gallagher
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The setting is Telin Castle, year 1337. A simple, patient troubleshooter gets blamed unjustly when a magical device being used to infiltrate the castle goes wrong. The only way to escape the blame is to...

Constraints, by Martin Bays
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The Contortionist, by Nicholas Stillman
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Prison Escape Plan: 1. Squeeze through the bars. 2. ...

Contrition, by Porpentine
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Someone is whispering behind your back: "She used to be the greatest thief in Contrition, until..."

The Corn Identity, by Carl Muckenhoupt, Serhei Makarov, Tama Wise, J. Robinson Wheeler, A O Muniz, Admiral Jota, Andrew Schepler, Jacqueline A. Lott, Sam Kabo Ashwell, Dan Shiovitz, John Cater, Duchess, and Mark Musante
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Corrupter of Dreams, by Robert Patten
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You are a nightmare in paradise.

The Count, by Scott Adams
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"It begins when you awake in a large brass bed in a castle somewhere in Transylvania. Who are you, what are you doing here and WHY did the postman deliver a bottle of blood? Converted from original code by...

Counterfeit Monkey, by Emily Short
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Anglophone Atlantis has been an independent nation since an April day in 1822, when a well-aimed shot from their depluralizing cannon reduced the British colonizing fleet to one ship. Since then, Atlantis...

The Cove, by Kathleen M. Fischer
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Cragne Manor, by Ryan Veeder, Jenni Polodna, Adam Whybray, Adri, Andrew Plotkin, Andy Holloway, Austin Auclair, Baldur Brückner, Ben Collins-Sussman, Bill Maya, Brian Rushton, Buster Hudson, Caleb Wilson, Carl Muckenhoupt, Chandler Groover, Chris Jones, Christopher Conley, Damon L. Wakes, Daniel Ravipinto, Daniel Stelzer, David Jose, David Petrocco, David Sturgis, Drew Mochak, Edward B, Emily Short, Erica Newman, Feneric, Finn Rosenløv, Gary Butterfield, Gavin Inglis, Greg Frost, Hanon Ondricek, Harkness Munt, Harrison Gerard, Ian Holmes, Ivan Roth, Jack Welch, Jacqueline Ashwell, James Eagle, Jason Dyer, Jason Lautzenheiser, Jason Love, Jeremy Freese, Joey Jones, Joshua Porch, Justin de Vesine, Justin Melvin, Katherine Morayati, Kenneth Pedersen, Lane Puetz, Llew Mason, Lucian Smith, Marco Innocenti, Marius Müller, Mark Britton, Mark Sample, Marshal Tenner Winter, Matt Schneider, Matt Weiner, Matthew Korson, Michael Fessler, Michael Gentry, Michael Hilborn, Michael Lin, Mike Spivey, Molly Ying, Monique Padelis, Naomi Hinchen, Nate Edwards, Petter Sjölund, Q Pheevr, Rachel Spitler, Reed Lockwood, Reina Adair, Riff Conner, Roberto Colnaghi, Rowan Lipkovits, Sam Kabo Ashwell, Scott Hammack, Sean M. Shore, Wade Clarke, Zach Hodgens, Zack Johnson
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A tribute to Anchorhead.

Craverly Heights, by Ryan Veeder
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Take on the role of Doctor Langridge, whose patient, Janine, is very sick.

creak, creak, by chandler groover
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"You have to look." 111 words. Made for Porpentine's Twiny Jam.

Creatures Such As We, by Lynnea Glasser
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A dating sim about how humanity connects through art, even out in the vastness of space.

A Crimson Spring, by Robb Sherwin
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"Red Cloud meant more to me than anyone else on the planet. Sometime between one and three in the morning, on March 26th, 2015, she was brutally slain. Nobody knows why. I am going to find out if it means...

Crocodracula: What Happened to Calvin, by Ryan Veeder
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Based on the 90s children's horror soap opera.

Crossroads, by Cat Manning
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They say it's death to seek the witch. For you, it's worth the risk. Venture in to the forest in search of relief, but remember that magic is rarely straightforward. A short psychological game about...

The Cruise, by Norman Perlmutter
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Crumbs, by Katie Benson
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An empty cupboard. A closed door. Rumours of trouble yet to come. This short game was made in less than four hours for ECTOCOMP 2018.

Crusade, by John Gorenfeld
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Cry Wolf, by Clare Parker
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You are awoken, startled by a sound in the night. Still bleary from dreams, you turn on the light to chase away the shadows. But there, beyond the safety of your room, something moves in the darkness. It is...

CRY$TAL WARRIOR KE$HA, by Porpentine
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THIS GAME IS CANON SPREAD MY GAME SO I CAN GET ON STAGE WITH KE$HA SAVE MUSIC MUSIC IS REAL EVEN IF YOU DONT CARE ABOUT MUSIC OR BELIEVE MUSIC EXISTS, HELP ME GET ONSTAGE WITH MY BIGGEST #IDOL #KESHA A GIRL...

Cryptozookeeper, by Robb Sherwin
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Marrow is delicious but that's not why you're here. You're supposed to pick up a single jar of alien bone jelly, which of course can't exist and doesn't exist, so you've convinced yourself that transporting...

The Cube in the Cavern, by Andrew Schultz
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A round world is scientifically ridiculous, of course, but a cube floating in air? You just might find a great scientific secret. Don't be too square to give it a try!

Cup of Frost, Palm of Gold, by Emma Osborne
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The Curious Incident at Blackrock Township, by Bitter Karella
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The incident began in 1705 at Blackrock Township in the Province of Massachusetts Bay in the house of the Rev. Steadfast Hopkins. After evenmeal, the reverend's daughter fell into a violent fit. When Ezola...

Curse of Eldor, by Stuart Allen
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Curse of Manorland, by James King
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Curse of the Garden Isle, by Ryan Veeder
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Let's both take a deep breath.

The Curse, by D.B.T
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This doll...this damn doll...it's evil, it must be? Ever since you were given it one day, it has brought you nothing but bad luck.

Cursed, by Nick Rogers
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Accused of murdering your best friend, you are about to face the death penalty. But instead you are cursed, transformed into a beast and begin an epic journey to unravel the mystery of the real murderer, why...

Curses!, by Graham Nelson
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"As "Curses" opens, you're hunting about in the attic of your family home, looking for a tatty old map of Paris (you're going on holiday tomorrow) and generally trying to avoid all the packing. Aunt Jemima...

Cute Forest Bus Story, by piratescarfy
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a short text game about star-crossed robots and puzzles A little game I made in about a week...just because! My most complicated Twine game. which is to say it involves remembering user-inputted strings wow...

Cutthroats, by Michael Berlyn, Jerry Wolper
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You're about to get yourself into very deep trouble. You're a backwater island's top diver and foremost expert on local shipwrecks. Which makes you perfect for the job a band of the island's shadiest...

Dad vs. Unicorn, by PaperBlurt
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A day like many others. Dad at the BBQ - his son in an empty house. Remembering childhood as well as adulthood. Disappointment fills the void between the two. A unicorn changes the day..

Damnatio Memoriae, by Emily Short
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14 AD. Agrippa Postumus, grandson of the recently-deceased Augustus, tries to avoid death at the hands of the next emperor, Tiberius. At his disposal: a couple of old manuscripts, a lamp, and a recalcitrant...

Dance in Blood, by Intudia
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Dangerous Curves, by Irene Callaci
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A Dark and Stormy Entry, by Emily Short
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Dark Realm, by D.B.T
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A dark psychological horror game, to which you play a nameless character, who finds themselves in a world of death and darkness. Where you must find a way out of the madness before it engulfs you. With every...

Darkiss! Wrath of the Vampire - Chapter 1: the Awakening, by Marco Vallarino
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You're the nightmare from which people can't wake. Dead twice. One by the hand of your maker, the second by the fiend who drove a stake through your heart while you were sleeping defenceless in your coffin....

Darkiss! Wrath of the Vampire - Chapter 2: Journey to Hell, by Marco Vallarino
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Ovranilla: a gloomy land full of traps. And wicked monsters. Carmilla, Millarca and Mircalla: the priestesses of the god Valmar, waiting for you in the devil's hole. Welcome back, Martin Voigt. Will hell be...

Darkness, by Jeff Schomay
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It is in the face of darkness, that we remember the importance of light. A parable about finding hope.

Dashiell Hamlett: The Blue Dane Meets the Black Bird, by Tony Pisculli
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How would Hamlet fare if recast as a man of action in a film noir and hired to solve his father’s murder?

A Date With Death, by David Whyld
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It's not easy being king. Especially when you're the king of a nation constantly at war with, well, everyone. And when the Grim Reaper comes knocking on your door, you wonder if being king is really worth...

A Day for Fresh Sushi, by Emily Short
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No time for fantasy. Must feed fish.

A Day for Soft Food, by Tod Levi
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"Ever since the provider's sickness began, he's been all hisses and growls. Even the slightest misstep seems to annoy him. Perhaps that's why your bowl has held nothing but hard food lately. And not much of...

A Day In The Life Of A Superhero, by David Whyld
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The fiendish Tax Collector and his gang of cronies are threatening the city and only YOU - the fabled Masked Defender - can stop him!

Day of the Djinn, by paperyowl
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As you're forced out of the comfort of your home by an ancient curse, you'll discover new things about old places, and perhaps even yourself. Meet a smattering of figures with more to them than meets the...

The Day we got a pet, by Marius Müller
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Man, what a relief. The Time Rangers finally reset all that damage that you and Paul and basically everyone did to the timeline faster than you can say "soft reboot". Now you and him are living back in your...

De Baron, by Victor Gijsbers
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De Novo, by cyb3rmen
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Inspired by 1950s London true crime cases, De Novo is set during an era where capital punishment is still in practice, players are given the power to decide fate on who lives and who dies.

Dead Cities, by Jon Ingold
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The letter you received from Arkwright's nephew Carter was clear enough: when the old man dies the inheritance tax will be too great. It's certain ruin, much like the estate itself. To raise some capital the...

Dead Hotel, by Comazombie
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Escape from a zombie-infested hotel by fighting or shooting your way out in this short CYOA survival horror adventure.

Dead Like Ants, by C.E.J. Pacian
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You play as a young woman in red overalls, a red worker ant. Every spring, five dangerous creatures visit the tree and threaten the village, and every spring, the Queen sends one of her daughters to...

Dead Man's Fiesta, by Ed Sibley
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Summer was coming to an end, and all you wanted to do was finish grieving in peace before you had to go back to work. And because it had been a rough couple of months you bought yourself a car, you know, as...

Dead Man's Hill, by Arno von Borries
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Mutual slaughter in northern France, spring 1916.

Dead Pavane for a Princess, by Emily Boegheim
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You are Maurice Ravel, the noted composer. You must find a way to escape from your study, for your poor friend — now your zombified ex-friend — Claude Debussy lurks outside!

Deadline, by Marc Blank
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Twelve hours to solve the mystery. One false move, and the killer strikes again. It's been called "part of the latest craze in home computing (TIME magazine), an "amazing feat of programming" (THE NEW YORK...

Deadline Enchanter, by Alan DeNiro
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death becomes h e r ;;, by faun
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what have you d dd don e ?? this is a game about my personal experiences with sexual assault and regular abuse. it is not a fun game. it is not a nice game. it is disgusting and awful and you might hate it....

Death By Powerpoint, by Jack Welch
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This Halloween, you have a PowerPoint presentation to deliver. And delivery it you will. Even if it kills you.

Death of Schlig, by Peter Timony
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Schlig is kidnapped by aliens and turned into a mutant eyeball freak by their experiments. Now Schlig must use his eyes in ways that no human was ever intended to in order to escape from the aliens and find...

Death off the Cuff, by Simon Christiansen
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They all stare at you expectantly, like children waiting to be told a bedtime story. Who can blame them? You are, after all, Antoine Saint Germain, the great French detective. No criminal has ever been a...

Death Shack, by Mel S
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Written for Ectocomp 2011.

Death to my Enemies, by Jon Blask (as Roody Yogurt)
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"A tale of revenge and high-larious hijinx. Warning: consists heavily of low-brow humor and strong language. Not recommended for children and what not." [--blurb from Competition '99]

Deathless: The City's Thirst, by Max Gladstone
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Negotiate water rights from scorpion gods in this necromantic legal thriller! Discredit your boss, solve murders, and reanimate your own corpse to keep your city from drying out. “Deathless: The City’s...

Decision Makers, by Mehitabel Glenhaber
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A hypertext fiction based on the They Might Be Giants song of the same name.

Degeneracy, by Leonard Richardson
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The glitterings of Gold, Jewels, Tapestries, &c. belie the Corruption of he who 'til recently occupied this high Seat. A white Carpet, once flanked by Sycophants & Counsellors, now lies untravelled. It leads...

Delightful Wallpaper, by Andrew Plotkin ('Edgar O. Weyrd')
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Deliver Until Dawn, by roboman
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Delphina's House, by Alice Grove
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A girl must say goodbye to her home. But there's time for one last adventure....

Delusions, by C. E. Forman
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"A trip into virtual reality: all begins with debugging a VR system, but then things get out of hand. Who is Morrodox, what has he to do with your colleagues, and what is going on?" [--blurb from The Z-Files...

Delvyn, by William A. Tilli
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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,...

Desert Heat, by Papillon
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"WARNING. This game is intended for mature readers and may contain explicit sexual scenes and/or questionable consensuality depending on play. It is possible to complete the game without encountering these...

Deshaun Steven's Ship Log, by Marie L. Vibbert
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Deshaun has spent his adult years - all five of them - working on a space cruise ship, setting light and sound cues for untalented Lido deck performers. Waking up hung-over on New Year's Day, he vows that...

Detectiveland, by Robin Johnson
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New Losago, 1929 - a town full of creeps, clowns, mobsters and, if you know where to look, the occasional honest citizen. Guide private investigator Lanson Rose through a series of puzzling cases: solve the...

Detritus, by Mary Hamilton
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"Detritus is a Twine game & formal experiment by Mary Hamilton. It is a work of fiction inspired by real-life experiences. Originally it was just meant to be five short elements, each one using a different...

The Devil and the Mayor, by Jonathan Laury
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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... This is a Twine game where you play as a devil making a...

The devil tree, by A.I. Wulf
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This is just a peek into a land's wet streets and lives. It's the story of a author and his urges and responsibilities. It's the story of his conflicted inspection of the psyche of a land. Don't expect much...

DEVOTIONALIA, by G.C. "Grim" Baccaris (as G. Grimoire)
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The high priest of an obscure cult is preparing a ritual. Don the priest’s sacred mantle, for these holy labors are yours to direct. You may carve a votive, lead a prayer, or make a sacrifice — but you must...

Dial C for Cupcakes, by Ryan Veeder
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A cantankerous ex-cop calls in a favor from his old partner.

Diddlebucker!, by J. Michael
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Who's the best and brightest Gamer of 'em all? Find out by joining the 27th Annual All-Night Diddlebucker Run! You'll compete against hundreds of other teams in the world's most popular scavenger hunt! Find...

Dig Dug, by Anonymous
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Dig My Grave, by Ryan Veeder
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For reasons which remain obscure, it is your job to dig a grave. Written for the Apollo 18+20 tribute album project.

Dilemma, by Leonora
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WARNING - Contains some violent, disturbing, and sexual content You find yourself at a busy intersection where an accident is about to happen. What do you do? Who do you save? Your choices define your moral...

Dinner Bell, by Jenni Polodna
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You are the involuntary and very hungry test subject of a semi-anthropomorphized dog in a labcoat who wants you to find all sixteen food items mentioned in They Might Be Giants' song Dinner Bell, which have...

Dinner with Andre, by Liza Daly
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"A date by candlelight in a fine restaurant. Should be a perfect evening." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

Distress, by Mike Snyder
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Lieutenant Huchess came to, an hour or so ago. That was around the time Runoma, blazing orange-hot so near this, its second planet, fell below the distant, jagged crag line. Ensign Covegn died not long after...

Ditch Day Drifter, by Michael J. Roberts
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You're an undergraduate at Caltech, and you wake up to find it's Ditch Day, the traditional event when seniors leave the campus for the day, leaving behind puzzles for the underclassmen to solve in order to...

Divis Mortis, by Lynnea Dally
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The infection has spread. They are coming.

The Djinni Chronicles, by J. D. Berry
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Do I Date?, by Aurora Kakizaki
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A dating simulator to raise awareness for mental disorders.

Do It | Hazlo, by Santiago Eximeno
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Do it. Now.

Dolores and the Cave, by Magda Knight
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COME INTO THE CAVE, DOLORES. NOTHING BAD EVER HAPPENED IN A CAVE. Welcome. You have your team, your caving gear, your equipment. You're all set to descend into a previously unexplored cave - the find of a...

Domestic Elementalism, by fireisnormal
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The plants that grow out of your bedroom walls are associated with Earth. The fairy lights strung across your kitchen are associated with Fire. Change an object's element, and the object will turn into...

Domicile, by John Evans
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Don't Be Late, by Greg Ewing
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Donkey Kong, by Andrew Plotkin
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Down, by Kent Tessman
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Downtown Tokyo, Present Day, by John Kean
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"In this game you actually play two people - one is the real you, sitting in the dark in a movie theatre, and the other is the hero of the film that you are watching. Originally conceived for Adam Cadre's...

Dr. Sourpuss Is Not A Choice-Based Game, by P.B. Parjeter
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I, Dr. Sourpuss, talking housecat and test administrator, regret to inform you that your multiple choice test has been misplaced. While I attempt to locate the missing SCANDRON marking machine, please occupy...

Dracula's Underground Crypt, by Alex Whitington
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Professor Von Klausberger is the most renowned vampire hunter in the world; his life a never-ending adventure filled with heart-stopping action and devious puzzles. He's not who you're playing as; this is a...

Draculaland, by Robin Johnson
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A terse, comic horror puzzle game based loosely on Dracula, faithfully reimagining several characters and ignoring most of the original plot. Guide Jonathan Harker on a trip through Transylvania, interacting...

Dragon Fate, by Kris Schnee
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In the hills of Gerrick's Boon, strange stories reach your ears. Alchemy, a rare art elsewhere, here seems more commonly taught than reading. Judging from the wordless shop signs lining the four dirt...

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,...

Dream Pieces, by Iam Curio
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You are in a dream but if you stay you'll miss out on a great birthday! If you like the rhyme... It's hammer time!

Dream Pieces 2, by Iam Curio
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You got trapped in a dream again before your birthday. Now you are a figurine toy and everything is made of lego! Escape a series of rooms with puzzles by playing with pieces of words.

The Dream Self, by Florencia Minuzzi
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'I want to get to know you'. It's just another year of your normal London life – work, eat, sleep. However, in your dreams you keep meeting a translucent stranger, a person cloaked in clouds. Who are they,...

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

Dreary Lands, by Paul Lee
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A surreal game that starts you out amnesiac in a brightly colored cell and turns swiftly into fantasy thereafter. Placed 29th in the 2005 Interactive Fiction competition.

dripping with the waters of SHEOL, by Lady Isak Grozny
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A ghost of a peculiar origin stalks the corridor of your flat. Maybe you should go talk to it? A story about gay love and how all things hidden become evident, featuring a bigender protagonist and their...

Drumsticks, by Luke A. Jones
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You are the manager of a rock band down on their luck, when you are suddenly offered the gig of a lifetime. Can you get the band organised in time? (contains profanity from one NPC: a foul-mouthed roadie)

Dual Transform, by Andrew Plotkin
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This game takes place in a single room — but not always the same one. The room contains just one item, but again, there's more to it than that. Experiment and enjoy.

Duel, by piato
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But you were the one challenged. Custom dictates that you make the first move.

The Duel in the Snow, by Utkonos
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A Tale of Old Russia

The Duel That Spanned the Ages, by Oliver Ullmann
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A frantic struggle for survival in hard vacuum.

Dull Grey, by Provodnik Games
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An interactive drama in the traditions of Soviet fiction about choosing a profession. Mother and her teenage son live on the edge of the world amid hot springs, steam, mountains, five-story houses and rusty...

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...

Dungeon Detective 2: Devils and Details, by Wonaglot
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The life of the world's first Dungeon Detective isn't exactly glamorous. You've spent many nights hungry, sleeping in the woods. But word is getting out, and the newest case has showed up at the foot of your...

Dutch Dapper IV: The Final Voyage, by Harry Hol
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You play as the great space-time detective Dutch Dapper near the end of his career. Despondent after the events of the prologue, he goes on one last adventure.

Dynamite Powers vs. the Ray of Night!, by Mike Carletta
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Dynamite Powers and Rosalind have escaped the Chinese water torture on Lord Infamy's dirigible. With the help of their new friend, Melcor, they led the revolt of the singing monkeys of Melodion and toppled...

E-Mailbox, by Jay Goemmer
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Each-uisge, by Jac Colvin
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There is an old adage: When you hear hoofbeats, think horses. However that particular piece of advice does not always hold true.

The Eagle's Heir, by Jo Graham and Amy Griswold
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Defend Napoleon's heir in this steampunk alternate history game of political maneuvering, airship adventure, and romantic intrigue! Will you bring liberty to France, or plunge Europe into bloody war? "The...

Earl Grey, by Rob Dubbin and Allison Parrish
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A game about a tea party, a monarchy, and the unpredictability of language.

Earth and Sky, by Paul O'Brian
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It's been almost a month since your parents disappeared. One Tuesday, they just didn't come home, and there's been no sign of them since. For the University and the rest of the town, the mystery is beginning...

Earth And Sky 3: Luminous Horizon, by Paul O'Brian
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An Earth Turning Slowly, by Mæja Stefánsson
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She ran through her list of findings. “We’ve never had one quite like her. The diversity of simultaneous wounds, I mean, in a surviving specimen. There’s this long-standing hand-wave in paleopathology: we...

East Grove Hills, by XYZ
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Eat Me, by Chandler Groover
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In this castle, you'll eat or be eaten. May contain dairy, carnage, puzzles, nuts.

The Ebb and Flow of the Tide, by Peter Nepstad
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You have done a horrible thing, so horrible that burial will be denied you, either in soil or sea, neither can there be any hell for you. You wait for some hours, knowing this. Then your friends come for...

Ecdysis, by Peter Nepstad
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You wake, a pounding headache loud in your inner ear, the back of your head itching and tingling, your mouth full of cotton. The pain drives away your dreams, weird visions of alien landscapes... Ecdysis is...

Eclosion, by Buster Hudson
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Entry in Ectocomp 2014.

The Edifice, by Lucian P. Smith
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"Something new in your everyday hunter-gatherer routine: where did this strange edifice come from? Dare you enter and explore the secrets of this... thing, or do you try to face your enemies? Like you have a...

Edith's Cats, by Roboman
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La Petite Mort entry in ECTOCOMP 2016.

Eduard the Seminarist, by Heiko Theißen
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It's the evening of May 13th, 1824, in Germany. You play as Eduard, a student at the seminary. You want to sneak out and meet your friends Wilhelm and Scardanelli in Pressel's gazebo before midnight.

Eidolon, by A.D. Jansen
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When you wake up, something is passing through the night sky.

Eight characters, a number, and a happy ending, by K.G. Orphanides
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"The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting." -- Sun Tzu, The Art of War As you wake to find yourself on the acceleration couch in Control, you can expect the muscle memory of your...

Ekphrasis, by FibreTigre
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Eldritch Everyday: The Third Eye, by Norbez
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You didn't die in that [REDACTED]. But the fate in store for you makes you wish you had. The first in what will hopefully become a series of games, discussing life's various terrors. This one is about a car...

Elements, by John Evans
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"If humanity is defined by the games we play, then IF defines us as obsessed with magical caves." [--blurb from Competition Aught-One]

The Elevator Game, by Owlor
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Two detectives are investigating surveillance footage of a mare behaving oddly in an elevator. The story takes a turn for the dark when they encounter her presumed killer. Illustrated Twine-game in a Visual...

Elizabeth Hawke's Forever Always, by Iain Merrick
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An interactive romance novel.

Elsewhere, by Stacey Mason
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Game made for Twiny Jam, a jam for Twine games in 300 words. Elsewhere in the world, the Water Wars are raging. But things closer to home aren't exactly perfect. Your water rations come at midnight, better...

The Empty Chamber: A Celia Swift Mystery, by Tom Sykes
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A game of observation, conversation, and deduction, set inside a run-down terrace flat in post-war Essex.

En Garde, by Jack Welch
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A man who has lost his mind. A mouse who has lost his realm. A dog who has lost his family. And the scientist who will save the world.

Enceladus, by Robb Sherwin
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There's a werewolf loose on the spaceship known as the HMCS Plagoo!

Enchanter, by Marc Blank, Dave Lebling
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In Enchanter, the first of a spellbinding series in the tradition of Zork, you are a novice magician whom Fate has chosen to do singlehanded combat with a dark and fierce power. But worldly weapons will...

The End Means Escape, by Steve Kodat
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"Some things should be left undone." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

Endless, Nameless, by Adam Cadre
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The first time I ever saw someone play a text adventure was in fifth grade. One of the sixth-graders didn't go to outdoor ed, and therefore spent the week in my fifth-grade classroom, playing Scott Adams's...

The Endling Archive, by Kazuki Mishima
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Browse the Endling Archive to uncover the purpose of its creation.

Enemies, by Andy Phillips
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"It will forever remain one of life's mysteries: why should a simple man like yourself get on the wrong side of anybody? You are, after all, just a typical accountant. A little sideline romance with the...

Enigma, by Simon Deimel
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Eyes can see, and a mind can think. Insanity is just one step away. You are in a room. That's where you are, and you know exactly what is going on. But the truth is hard to take. The game file includes hints...

Enlightened Master, by Ben Kidwell and Maevele Straw
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Years of questing have brought you to the mountain where you will find the Enlightened Master.

Enlightenment, by Taro Ogawa
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"The intrepid Adventurer has escaped the caverns. Nought remains to block a successful escape but this troll here. Hmmm. A one-room adventure. The author recommends this for people who grew up on Zork II and...

Enlisted, by G.F. Berry
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""Fleeing a broken marriage and a failed business you decide to join the space faring version of the French Foreign Legion." This is a more traditional Infocom style work (emphasis on puzzles, and subtle(?)...

Enough, by Hannah Powell-Smith
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You're doing OK. A tiny game about comfort. Made for the TinyUtopias jam.

Enter the Dark, by Peter R. Shushmaruk
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The Entropy Cage, by Stormrose
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Sub-sentient computer programs 'subs' coordinate our future society. You, the first cyber-psychiatrist, are drawn into the sub's war for their next evolution. PLAYTIME: ~20mins FORMAT: standalone .html file....

Episode in the Life of an Artist, by Peter Eastman
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Erehwon, by Richard Litherland
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"You are standing next to the only traffic light in the one-horse town of Erehwon, Aksarben. You are 13 years old, and desperate to gain the approval of Smurf and his gang. You will know you have this when...

Eric's Gift, by Joao Mendes
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Eric's Gift - A short interactive story about painting the future.

Erstwhile, by Maddie Fialla, Marijke Perry
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The neighborhood Thanksgiving party was going pretty well until you keeled over and died. Now you're a ghost, and you're going to figure out who killed you. But you can't exactly interview people or search...

The Erudition Chamber, by Daniel Freas
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Eruption, by Richard Bos
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You have just woken up, in a cave, with a hangover, and something is rumbling. And it isn't your stomach.

Escapade!, by Juhana Leinonen
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An entry in the 2008 One Room Game Competition. You play the bumbling sidekick of the heroic Captain McBrawn; while trying to carry out a task he's set you, you are captured by the Screaming Communists and...

Escape from Dinosaur Island, by Richard Pettigrew
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Escape from Dinosaur Island, is an IF text based adventure based very loosely on 'The Lost World' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. After enduring a hurricane, your hot air balloon has crashed on an a mysterious...

Escape From Santaland, by Jason Ermer
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Ugh. Christmastime at the mall. The last place you want to be, during the worst time of year to be there.

Escape From Summerland, by Joey Jones and Melvin Rangasamy
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Original Blurb: "In the near future a drone war rages in the skies, but below in Summerland there is only one thought: who's going to feed Jacquotte?" - Take Control of Three Characters each with their own...

Escape from Terra, by Mike Gerwat
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Escape from the Crazy Place, by J. J. Guest, Loz Etheridge and friends
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You've been locked in a padded cell for no obvious reason with only a deranged hamburger-eating clown for company. The cell doesn't even have a door. So begins an adventure that will take you to many places...

Escape from the Underworld, by Karl Beecher
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Take control of Bobby T. Minion, the demon who has had a change of heart, and help him escape from the Underworld, the place to where torturing the souls of the damned has been outsourced. [blurb from IF...

Escape Game, by Bryan
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Vous vous réveillez au milieu d’une pièce bien éclairée. Devant vous se trouvent plusieurs écrans, sur le côté, il y a une porte fermée protégée par un code. De l’autre côté de la pièce, il y a une autre...

Escape to New York, by Richard Otter
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Your name is Jack Thompson and you are, for want of a better word, a thief. On your latest adventure you have managed to acquire Johnson's 'The Willow Tree', which is worth more than you will be able to...

Escape!, by Marnix van den Bos
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Escape with a little help from Fred.

Étude Circulár, by Adam Black
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Eunice, by Gita Ryaboy
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Eunice is a shadow of its former glory. Hope is lost, just a faint mem-ory Whatever might have brought you here, That Eunice needs you, it is clear. Type out simple commands, and Notice the changes in Eunice...

Eurydice, by Anonymous
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A short game about grief, with occasional snakes.

Evacuate, by Jeff Rissman
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Even Cowgirls Bleed, by Christine Love
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An Evening at the Ransom Woodingdean Museum House, by Ryan Veeder
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Karen Chambers gives tours in a restored Victorian home.

Evermore, by Adam Whybray and Edgar Allan Poe
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"MISERY is manifold. The wretchedness of earth is multiform. Overreaching the wide horizon as the rainbow, its hues are as various as the hues of that arch". (Edgar Allan Poe, 'Berenice', 1835) This...

Everybody Dies, by Jim Munroe
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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....

Everybody Loves a Parade, by Cody Sandifer
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You play as a woman driving a moving van across the United States to her new job as New York City's Assistant to the Chief Engineer. Your gas runs out when you arrive at Chewton, Arizona which is having its...

Everything We Do Is Games, by Doug Orleans
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A null game, inspired by John Cage's 4′33″.

The Evil Chicken of Doom 3D, by Mel S
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The Evil Sorcerer, by Gren Remoz
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Evita Sempai, by Florencia Rumpel Rodriguez
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A woman in the fifties falls in love with an idealized version of a polemical political figure.

Ex Materia, by Juhana Leinonen
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Ex Nihilo, by Juhana Leinonen
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In the beginning there was nothing. From nothing light and darkness were born.

Excelsior, by Arthur DiBianca
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The Experiment, by dk5000p
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An Exploration of Colour, by Neil James Brown
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Extreme Omnivore: Text Edition, by Hazel Gold
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You just got home and you're hungry as a dog. What smells so appetizing? Where can you find a snack?

Eye Contact, by Thomas McMullan
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A coffee. A friend. Something to talk about.

EyeMoon: Protect My Precious Vilg!!!, by Porpentine
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a weird strategy game featuring -multiple endings and secrets! -the ONLY strategy game where you can IRRESPONSIBLY GAMBLE while your TOWN is DESTROYED! -FOUR mind-blowing resources! -MULTIPLE locations to...

The Eyes That Look Back, by Leno
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We are surrounded with faces. The ones of the people around us and the ones we carry with ourselves.

Fabricationist DeWit Remakes the World, by Jedediah Berry
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After a sleep of centuries, a synthetic being receives an unexpected visitor—along with a new role in the Great Project.

Faerethia, by Peter Eastman
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It seems as if nothing in this cynical world can be entirely good. Everything must have a dark side, a secret flaw, an ulterior motive. But Faerethia is the exception. This is the story of how it came to be....

Fail-Safe, by Jon Ingold
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Fair, by Hanon Ondricek
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As the most famous self-published Science Fiction author residing in Hillview, you are eminently qualified to judge their annual Elementary School Science Fair.

The Fairy Woods, by rosencrantz
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Someone dear to you has disappeared into the dangerous woods of the fairy realm, and you're already on your way to save them... The Fairy Woods is an interactive fiction created in Twine for no particular...

Faithful Companion, by Matt Weiner
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The "Play On-line" link should now go to version 2!

Fake News, by Mike Sousa
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I had enough fake news clouding my head even before remembering the words of Zobra the Seer, that today I would encounter great peril, end up in the news, and discover the fate of my great-grandparents. Get...

Fallen 落葉 Leaves, by Adam Bredenberg and Danial Mohammed Khan-Yousufzai
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An interactive ghazal-sonnet on love and longing, fire and passion.

False Mavis, by Ted Casaubon (as Litany Brisket)
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An entry in ShuffleComp: Disc 2. Inspired by "Burning Rope" by Genesis and "Long Lankin" by Steeleye Span.

The Family Legacy, by Marnie Parker
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"You are to inherit $10 million from your uncle Arnold, but only if you can find the lost family heirloom in the course of 48 hours. But beware - the mansion is haunted. Or is it?" [--blurb from The Z-Files...

Famous Baby, by N.C. Kerklaan
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"Me make weewee!"

Fan Interference, by Andrew Schultz
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The 2003 Cubs are on the brink of the World Series. It's game 6, and they're even going to take a late 3-0 lead in the clinching game. They won't keep it. Unless you, who just got kicked off the bus near...

Fat Fair, by AKheon
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A strange boy in backwater Finland wants to establish his own amusement park, or so it seems. This game features a character-driven story, flexible gameplay mechanics, multiple endings and a lack of common...

The Fat Lardo and the Rubber Ducky, by Anonymous
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Fate, by Victor Gijsbers
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Faute De Servo, by Jack Welch
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Un homme qui a perdu sa mémoire. Une souris qui a perdu un royaume. Un chien qui a perdu sa famille. Et la scientifique qui sauvera le monde. Avertissement: Ce jeu a du contenu potentiellement dérangeant, y...

Fear, by Chuan-Tze Teo
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"The world is suddenly such a frightening place. People are out to get you, and everywhere there is danger, lurking in the dark, even here, in your own home. Can you conquer your own fears before it's too...

Ferrous Ring, by Justin Morgan ('Carma Ferris')
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Fetter's Grim, by Paul Allen Panks
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Your goal in Fetter's Grim is to unravel the mystery of why you ended up on a lonely beach beside a man who eats only locusts and honey, and speaks odd incoherent phrases. Fetter's Grim is also haunted....

Feu de Joie (Session 1): cathedral, by Alan DeNiro
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A freelance QA specialist has started archiving an unusual project online that he has been working on. A mysterious company named BUCOLIC ehf, a "digital literature publisher", is developing an interactive...

Fhtagn! - Tales of the Creeping Madness, by Design Imps
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Dubbed the "funniest take on mystic doomsday cults in years", Fhtagn! is a choose-your-own-adventure game where you can play as one of four cultists intent on destroying the world by summoning an Ancient...

Fifteen, by Ricardo Dague
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You stand in the kitchen. Sigh! Yet another darn treasure hunt game! Modeled after Scott Adams's "Adventureland." Dedicated to Sam Loyd (1841-1911), inventor of the 15-puzzle. [--blurb from The Z-Files...

Fifteen Minutes, by Ade McT
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You're in a tight spot. You have fifteen minutes before the Principal expels you from the cosy world of academia and into the cold harsh reality of the real world. You really should do something about it. A...

The Fifth Sunday, by Tom Broccoli
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This cover image ramains property of its original owner.

Figaro, by Victor Gijsbers
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A short example game created to accompany the essay "Co-Authorship and Community". It gives the player a kind of freedom that is not seen in any other interactive fiction: the freedom to determine what the...

Fight or Flight, by Sean Krauss
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A Figure Met in a Shaded Wood, by Michael Thomét
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In the country of Tuscary, near the town of Clarence, there is a path that runs through the woods and into the nearby mountains. There is a rumor that if you are walking the path at twilight on the night of...

Film at Eleven, by Bowen Greenwood
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"Welcome to a day in the life of Betty Byline! Two months out of journalism school you enter the workplace with big time dreams of network television news. Fame, fortune and glory, all writ large under the...

Final Exam, by Jack Whitham
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Final Exam takes place in the near future after an AI revolution has led to the establishment of a new sort of government. You are seeking a job within this government: your performance in the “final exam”...

A Final Grind, by nrsm_ha
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Text-based RPG where your character becomes weaker over time. A game about frustration, regret, and slaying goblins. Use of a calculator is to be considered cheating.

Final Selection, by Sam Gordon
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Finding Martin, by G.K. Wennstrom
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Venture past the limits of ordinary reality as you investigate the mysterious disappearance of an old friend. In order to solve the most challenging of these puzzles, you will need to cooperate with yourself...

A Fine Day for Reaping, by James Webb (aka revgiblet)
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Step into the bare feet of the Grim Reaper for a day and make sure that five pesky souls keep their appointment with the afterlife.

Fine-Tuned, by Dennis Jerz
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"Can Troy, the handsome daredevil autoist, live up to his "sterling" reputation? What secret threatens the career of the talented singer, Miss Melody Sweet? With the help of the mechanical genius Aloysius...

Fingertips: All Alone, by Joey Jones
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"So I'm all alone, and I've got a decision to make." (A one move game in the Apollo 18+20: The IF Tribute Album)

Fingertips: Aren't You the Guy Who Hit Me in the Eye?, by Michael D. Hilborn
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Fingertips: Come On and Wreck My Car, by Paul Laroquod
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Fingertips: Everything Is Catching On Fire, by E. Joyce
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This may be just one of the job hazards that you have to put up with in your line of work, but still, you're not really a big fan of apartments being set on fire. (Unless you're doing it, which is only when...

Fingertips: Fingertips, by Michael D. Hilborn
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Fingertips: Fingertips (Reprise), by Melvin Rangasamy
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A horrifying choice with glorious text-based graphics. A one move judgement for Apollo 18+20: The IF Tribute Album

Fingertips: Hey Now, Everybody, by Melvin Rangasamy
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Some days a person just has to have a McGuffin fetched, and it's integral that it isn't fetched by Nobody. Today is one such day. A one move game for Apollo 18+20: The IF Tribute Album.

Fingertips: I don't understand you, by Matt Weiner
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Type what you want at the command prompt!

Fingertips: I Found a New Friend, by Adri
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You've had a long day. All you want to do is climb into bed. But why is your pillow quivering like that? Written for the Apollo 18+20 tribute album project, and loosely inspired by the They Might Be Giants...

Fingertips: I Hear the Wind Blow, by Jacqueline A. Lott
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Fingertips: I Heard a Sound, by Kevin Jackson-Mead
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Fingertips: I Walk Along Darkened Corridors, by Andrew Schultz
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There are 1001 doors in the darkened corridors. Which is right?

Fingertips: I'm Having a Heart Attack, by Andrew Schultz
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It's your time to make a statement. Make sure your nerves don't fail before your heart does.

Fingertips: Leave Me Alone, by Kevin Jackson-Mead
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Fingertips: Mysterious Whispers, by Peter Nepstad
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Fingertips: Please Pass the Milk Please, by Adri
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Your brother Sam is sitting across from you. He seems to be waiting for something. Written for the Apollo 18+20 tribute album project, and loosely inspired by the They Might Be Giants track of the same name.

Fingertips: Something Grabbed Ahold of My Hand, by Melvin Rangasamy
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You have been imprisoned but your crime can't have been that bad, as they're giving you a chance to escape- if you're smart enough! A one move parole board for Apollo 18+20: The IF Tribute Album.

Fingertips: The Day That Love Came To Play, by S. John Ross
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You're a lounge singer. Time to knock 'em dead. (Written for the Apollo 18+20 tribute album project)

Fingertips: Who's Knockin' On The Wall?, by Melvin Rangasamy
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You live in a vibrant international community, in all senses of the word 'vibrant'. But who is that knocking on the wall? A completely randomised logic puzzle for Apollo 18+20: The IF Tribute Album.

Fingertips: Who's That Standing Out The Window?, by Melvin Rangasamy
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It's a question, a puzzle, a mystery. Who is that standing out the window? A strictly one move game for the Apollo 18+20 The IF Tribute Album.

Finish your Foe!, by Oliver Frank
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The afternoon sun burns hot even with the wind rushing through your hair. Catching a quick glance of your reflection in your sword, you quickly return your attention to the important matter at hand - your...

The Fire Tower, by Jacqueline A. Lott
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Firebird, by Bonnie Montgomery
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"Firebird is based on the Old Russian folk tales that inspired the Stravinsky piece of the same name. You are Prince Ivan, and have been charged by your father, the tsar, to find the Firebird that has been...

Firefly, by Indigo
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Vous êtes un homme amélioré, employé pour une mission spéciale par le gouvernement. Les ordres ne cessent de défiler sur l’écran de votre exosquelette. Et si votre mission ne se passait pas comme prévu ?...

First Draft of the Revolution, by Emily Short, Liza Daly and inkle
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It is dangerous to deceive a husband of magic-using rank... Juliette has been banished for the summer to a village above Grenoble: a few Alpine houses, a deep lake, blue sky, and no society. Now she writes...

First Person, by Buster Hudson
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Entry in EctoComp 2014.

The First Quest, by Matthew Mayr (with some help from Mike Bryant)
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A young child who desperately wants to be a hero is given a magical artifact allowing them to be anyone they want to be, literally. They use this power to try and make a name for them self as they embark on...

First Things First, by J. Robinson Wheeler
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You’ve just arrived at home from your nightly visit to the science and invention section of the local public library, where you spend each night dreaming your dreamy dreams of one day inventing a time travel...

First Times, by Hero Robb
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This is my first foray into IF, so be gentle. I used a simplified language for inputs on this game. You pretty much only need to type look, take, use "whatever" (on "whatever"), go (north/east/south/west),...

Fish Bowl, by Ethan Rupp and Joshua Rupp
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You are a beachcomber living by the shore. Today, you wake to find an empty fish bowl in your home, and don't remember how it got there. You try to piece your memory back together, but soon learn what the...

Fish Dreams, by Carolyn VanEseltine
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The Fixer, by Chikodili Emelumadu
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Story: Chikodili Emelumadu Art: Onyinye Iwu Interactivity: Tory Hoke She finds you, and she won’t let go. Two women hire a private investigator to trail their erring husbands. Playing time: 8 minutes

Flametop, by David J. Malaguti
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Flat Feet, by Joel Ray Holveck
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Flight of the Code Monkeys, by Mark C. Marino
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You have one job: Correct the errors in the System code. It's menial work, but it pays the bills. Only, maybe you'd rather not... What are you? Just a CodeMonkey? Perhaps you could join the Resistance, or at...

Flight of the Hummingbird, by Michael Martin
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Dr. Sinister is at it again! The Concordance of Powered Response isn't entirely clear on what it is he's planning, but it's big. This is clearly a task for one of the world's mightiest champions!

Flight of the Necrovoyager, by Joey Bones
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It's impossible to keep someone alive for centuries long space journeys, so that's why they send the undead instead. Play as either: - a dracolich - a ghost - a lich - a vampire or - a skeleton Count gold,...

Flint, by Alexis Kennedy, Failbetter Games
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'The Old Hound waits in her stall, forelimbs folded, eyes deep and sad. Strings of glass jewels glimmer and clash. A flower-scent rises from the incense tripod. "Best," she groans. "Best wares."' 'Someone...

Flowers for Algernon, by Anonymous
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Out of the TextFire "12-pack", this is an April's Fool game "demo" that has you play an illiterate person who has an appointment at the hospital to increase his intelligence... [--blurb from The Z-Files...

Flowers of Mysteria, by David Sweeney
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Your quest is to cure the Fisher King of his illness. When he fell ill, the once fertile land became barren. You must collect the four legendary flowers of Mysteria and make from them a herbal remedy.

A Fly On The Wall, by Peregrine Wade
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Across the city, strange events are taking place. But you are nothing more than a fly on the wall... or are you?

A Fly On The Wall, or An Appositional Eye, by Nigel Jayne
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The Harrison Mansion is closing after 45 years of delighting its visitors with collections of the weird and recreations of the macabre. The night before, the Fortean Society of New England gathers in the...

Flygskam Simulator, by Katie Benson
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You made a pledge not to fly, but that doesn't mean your adventures are over. The bus journey from London to Hamburg looks simple enough. Just, you know, don't forget your passport, okay?

Fog Convict, by Andrew Metzger
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There's a convict loose, a fog that just won't go away, and you're pretty sure your dorm mate just blew up his microwave. Just another day in college, right?

Fog Lights and Foul Deeds, by Tom Sykes
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An interactive horror story set on a supernaturally ruined Victorian canal. You've bought a narrowboat. You've hired a crew. Can you survive the myriad horrors of the fog-drenched Poulton waterway? Play...

Following Me, by Tia Orisney
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Two women take a wrong turn in the woods and make a gruesome discovery. They seek help from a mysterious stranger and are dragged into a vicious trap that they will be lucky to survive. Intended for mature...

Foo Foo, by Buster Hudson
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Someone's been bopping the field mice on the head, and only Good Fairy, Senior Detective can find out who. A parser-driven noir adventure based on the interactive fiction of Ryan Veeder.

Food, Drink, Girls, by Roboman
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La Petite Mort entry in ECTOCOMP 2015.

For a Change, by Dan Schmidt
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"The sun has gone. It must be brought. You have a rock." [--blurb from Competition '99]

For Aisha, by Cloudia
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For Me It Was Tuesday, by Soda51
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For the Cats, by Lei
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Your plan for a peaceful day out comes to a halt when you see a person selling cats on the pavement. The cats look sick and require immediate veterinarian help! It’s all legal, but it’s also wrong. You must...

For the Moon Never Beams, by J. Michael
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Springtime, 1993. Prom night. A lonely road on the way to the big dance. This should be a magical evening, but your date suddenly seems distant and withdrawn. Is it something you said? Or perhaps something...

Forever Meow, by Moe Zilla
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You're a warm cat who's about to have a very bad day...

The Forgotten Tavern, by Peter M.J. Gross
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Max and Diana need your help, although Diana might be reluctant to admit that. You should visit their humble establishment. If you help them with their problems, they can help you with yours. You remember...

Fort Aegea, by Francesco Bova
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Founder's Mercy, by Thomas Insel
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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....

The Four Eccentrics, by Mild Cat Bean
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This dream took an odd turn, somewhere. Why can't you wake up? And so much seems awry here: lost dreams are abandoned in the park, the local poetry trade is drying up, and nobody seems able to get into Night...

Four in One, by J. Robinson Wheeler
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"Do you realize how behind schedule and over budget this picture is?" "Look, Mr. Thalberg," you say. "All I've gotta do is get the master shot in the can. So, maybe it'll take twenty takes. But when I get...

Four Mile Island, by Chris Charla
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Four Seconds, by Jason Reigstad
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"Tria leans back against the table and says, "I've heard that in the last few seconds you don't see your life pass before your eyes, but the world that you've built from what you've accomplished. This is how...

Four Sittings in a Sinking House, by Bruno Dias
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The thing about sinking is: the sea is not a void. If you're sinking, you're displacing something. A Grand Guignol entry for ECTOCOMP 2016

Fourdiopolis, by Andrew Schultz
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A sequel to Threediopolis. It has teleporters!

Fox, Fowl and Feed, by Chris Conroy
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Fragile Shells, by Stephen Granade
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You don't know how long you've been hammering against the station's wall, but you stop as soon as you realize what you've been doing.

Freedom, by Anonymous
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An ordinary day in the life of an ordinary person. [blurb from IF Comp 2008]

Frenemies; or, I Won An Andy Phillips Game!, by B F Lindsay

When pulling on the door doesn't 'cut it'. A delightfully shameless, unforgivable one-room tribute to the games of Andy Phillips.

The Frenetic Five vs. Mr. Redundancy Man, by Neil deMause
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The Frenetic Five vs. Sturm und Drang, by Neil deMause
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The Frenetic Five vs. the Seven Deadly Dwarves, by Neil deMause
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Friday Afternoon, by Mischa Schweitzer
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Trapped in the MicroSun offices, you have just one wish: get out of there by six, to meet your date, and prove that you're not a nerd. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

A Friend to Light Your Way, by verityvirtue
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There may be no incense, no cymbals, no monks at this funeral, but the night watch is mandatory. You've volunteered to take the watch for the first night, and just as well: you can hear him calling. Go round...

Friendly Foe, by Mike Sousa
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That bunny has done enough damage to your garden. Today is the day you're finally going to catch him. Armed with carrots and a fishing net, you set your sights on its home. This is going to be easy...

Frobozz Magic Support, by Nate Cull
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You play as a novice glyph support clerk but no one's around but an animated burin. It seems the more experienced support clerks are either lost, got themselves un-implemented, or got stuck in a timeloop....

Funeral for a Friend, by Porpentine
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A haunting delve into the nature of sorrow and loss in post-war Europe. Has been hailed as a "sweeping, elegiac piece told tautly by turns, tenderly by others" and "a rare glimpse, a symphonic vignette that...

Further, by Will Hines
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You are a collection of energy loosely held. You are an echo of a person. Something holds you here.

Fusillade, by Mike Duncan
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"Fusillade (fU - zi - lAd') n. - 1. (a) A simultaneous discharge of firearms. (b) a number of shots fired simultaneously or in rapid succession. (c) something that gives the effect of a fusillade (ex. a...

Futility, by A.I. Wulf
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Futilty by A.I. Wulf Futilty is what the name suggests. It tries to explore the dark caverns of guilt and misunderstanding. It's also about the futility of our life. It's a little psychological horror...

Future Boy!, by Kent Tessman, Derek Lo, Dan Langan, and Nate Laguzza
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Future Threads, by Xavid
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You see it. Today is the day they will come. Their ship will crash, but the resulting explosion will trouble them not at all. They will emerge, wrapped in shadows and smoke, from the wreckage. Their senses...

FutureGame, by Anonymous
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Futz Mutz, by Tim Simmons
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"It's Saturday and you're nine years old. NO SCHOOL! You have the whole day to yourself! And to top things off, it's your birthday too! You're just starting to wake up as you roll over onto your back and...

Galaxian, by Stacy Cowley
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The Game of Worlds TOURNAMENT!, by Ade
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It is a long million, this. The Septem Tower, held in the Manifold by the Tagides Rings, grinds on and on - its grey walls pressing close. The only thing to look forward to is the long, cold, endless Waste....

Game Producer!, by Jason Bergman
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Gamlet, by Tomasz Pudlo
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Garden of Steven, by Soda51
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Altgame making fun of a popular homophobic phrase.

Gardening for Beginners, by Juhana Leinonen
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When the snow melts it's time to make that garden of yours look better than ever. An entry to the 2008 Spring Speed IF.

Gathered In Darkness, by Dr. Froth
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GATOR-ON, Friend to Wetlands!, by Dave Horlick
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Get Lost!, by S. Woodson
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You're a suburban teen, sick of the suburbs. You run away to the land of the fairies, prepared for thrills and danger. Absolutely nothing happens the way you expect. A short Twine game with nine endings,...

Getting Back to Sleep, by Patrick Evans
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Ghost of the Fireflies, by Paul Allen Panks
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A text adventure with RPG elements. Although it may seem that the game is taking place in a forest or a small village, you will quickly discover that the interior of a tortured mind is where this game...

The Ghost Ship, by Jonathan Snyder
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La Petite Mort entry in ECTOCOMP 2015.

Ghost Town, by Scott Adams
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You must explore a once-thriving mining town in search of the 13 hidden treasures. With everything from rattlesnakes to runaway horses, it sure ain't going to be easy! Includes a special bonus scoring system...

Ghosterington Night, by Wade Clarke
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Danger-filled Ghosterington Manor appears atop the same cliff each year on Samhain night. Hidden inside are the last four works of the dead bad poet Vigilance Ghosterington. Those four poems are worth a...

Gigantomania, by Michelle Tirto and Mike Ciul
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Living under the Stalin era, in four parts.

Gilded, by John Evans
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A girl and a boy, by Emanuel Nordrum
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A short story about a girl and a boy, and being in love with your best friend.

Girth Loinhammer and the Quest for the Unsee Elixir, by Damon L. Wakes
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You are Girth Loinhammer, Dungeon Lord! It's a pretty sweet gig, with a gigantic trap-filled underground dungeon and a vast collection of torture devices with which to torment those who venture within your...

Glass, by Emily Short
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The Prince sits awkwardly on the couch, holding his glass slipper and trying to keep it from crushing. Lucinda and Theodora have the ends of the same couch, and they are taking turns seeing who can bend...

Gleaming the Verb, by Kevin Jackson-Mead
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In this very short one-room game, you play as someone abducted to solve a series of related word puzzles.

Glowgrass, by Nate Cull
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You play as a xenohistorian on an expedition. You've been dropped (more literally than you planned) by a dropship over the ground of the Ancients. Your equipment was scattered and the dropship crashed. Now...

GNOEM, by Joyce Lin & Matthew Reed
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You are a college student trying to study for finals when a gnome with big dreams recruits you to solve his problems, whisking you away to a magical place with eccentric characters. Author's Comment: "A...

The God Device, by Andy Joel
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What is in the blood-soaked envelope the archaeologist gave Tanya just before she died?

Going Down, by Hanon Ondricek
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Journey to another world. Return if you can. A Grand Guignol entry to Ectcomp 2017.

Going Home, by Santiago Eximeno
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A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

Goldilocks is a FOX!, by J. J. Guest
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Staggering back from yet another wild student party, blonde bombshell Goldilocks decides to take a shortcut through the enchanted forest. All she really wants is a nice hot bowl of porridge and somewhere to...

Gone Out For Gruyere, by B F Lindsay
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"Just TRY getting me out of the way! HA HA HA!!" chortled the giant wheel of cheese, diminishingly.

A Good Breakfast, by Stuart Adair
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You are longing for a good breakfast, but where do you get the ingredients from? [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

The good people, by Pseudavid
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A strange story in a strange place. A tense conversation about love and guilt. Explore the weird, until the sunken things come for you. A choice-based and narration-focused interactive story. A computer or...

Goodbye Cruel Squirrel, by Extra Mayonnaise
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You are a gray squirrel in a suburban neighborhood. Your mission is to save your tribe from starvation. Enjoy the characters you meet, and be creative in solving puzzles.

Goose, Egg, Badger, by Brian Rapp
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The Gostak, by Carl Muckenhoupt
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"Finally, here you are. At the delcot of tondam, where doshes deave. But the doshery lutt is crenned with glauds. Glauds! How rorm it would be to pell back to the bewl and distunk them, distunk the whole...

Got ID?, by Marc Valhara
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"Continue to believe it: you are not a loser. In fact, this evening, you'll be a hero. According to Article C, Section Eight of the Tennessee State Criminal Code, it is illegal for any person under...

Gotomomi, by Arno von Borries
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Gotomomi central station is a place where many dreams and hopes meet. It draws in scores with its many possibilities. To most, it becomes a nightmare. Fortunately, I just needed to change trains there.

Gourmet, by Aaron A. Reed and Chad Barb
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Missing employees, wily crustaceans, malfunctioning kitchen equipment and a terminal food shortage, all on the night the most important culinary critic in the world has chosen to review your debut...

Grand Academy for Future Villains, by Katherine Nehring
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Congratulations! We are delighted to welcome you to the Grand Academy for Future Villains, the world's finest evil preparatory school, where unimaginable power begins with a world-class education! "The Grand...

The Grand Quest, by Owen Parish
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You've spent the best part of your life as a man dreaming of the goblet. While you've had a job, and a family, your thoughts were always looking forward, dwelling on the day when it would surely fall into...

Grandma Bethlinda's Variety Box, by Arthur DiBianca
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It's the latest model, and it would really like to play with you.

The Granite Book, by James Mitchelhill
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IFComp 2002 entry.

Grayscale, by Daniel Freas
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""We really think you'll like this one, see you on the other side!" ...and suddenly the room is ripped away. Air slams into your chest as you struggle to breathe and inky blackness swirls in at the edge of...

The Great Xavio, by Reese Warner
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Green Falls, by Paul Allen Panks
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Long ago, the land of Eldor had a life force (Chi) which flowed smoothly across the world. But now, thanks to a nefarious evil, known as the Shadow Demon, a lurking, all-powerful force has sucked the life...

Grief, by Simon Christiansen
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The Grievous Miskatonic Modus, by Lynda Clark
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The Griffin and the Minor Canon, by Frank Stockton, Chandler Groover
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A griffin pays an unwanted visit to a town. Adapted from Frank Stockton's classic short story.

Grimm's Godfather, by WaffleShuai
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This is a retelling based on the Grimm Brothers 'Godfather Death'. What happen if you didn’t choose the Grim Reaper as your godfather? How would your decision affect the story? As a Physician, who shall live...

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...

Gris et Jaune, by Jason Devlin
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She wanted answers. He wanted a cure. You just wanted to live.

Grounded in Space, by Matt Wigdahl
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Testing your homebuilt rocket engine outside sounded like a good idea, until you incinerated Mom's greenhouse. Now Dad thinks that a few weeks away from the home asteroid mining the Belt alone might teach...

GROWBOTICS, by Cha Holland
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A new generation in construction and creativity is finally here! No matter who you are GROWBOTICS will help you channel your inner artist. A short exploration of invention, expectation, learning and context....

Grue., by Charles Mangin
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It is pitch black. You are a grue. Can you catch your next meal, or will you succumb to starvation and worse?

Guard Duty, by Jason F. Finx
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"Another night, another job guarding a treasure-laden underground lair against ransacking adventurers..." [--blurb from Competition '99]

The Guardian, by Lutein Hawthorne
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A beginner level fantasy quest, made to be straightforward to finish without previous IF experience. Small feelies, an instruction book and MIDI music, are included.

Guess the Verb!, by Leonard Richardson
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"Now you too can GUESS THE VERB for fun and prizes! Read evocative and amusing room descriptions while manipulating interesting objects! Interact with the simulated motives and desires of quirky NPCs! No...

The Guild of Thieves, by Rob Steggles
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Steal yourself a world of fantasy WHY BUY THIS GAME WHEN YOU CAN STEAL IT ? Except you can't. Not yet. An amateur like you? Come off it! Now, if you were a fully paid-up member of the notorious Guild of...

Guilded Youth, by Jim Munroe
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You play Tony, a fourteen-year old thief who needs some help looting the legendary Oakville Manor. Luckily it's the 1980s and finding fellow adventurers is just a modem squeal away...

Guilty Bastards, by Kent Tessman
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The Guitar (The Lion Sleeps Tonight), by Jason B. Alonso, Catherine Havasi, and Val Grimm
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Gun Mute, by C.E.J. Pacian
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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...

Guttersnipe: Carnival of Regrets, by Bitter Karella
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Guttersnipe: Carnival of Regrets is a humorously grotesque (or grotesquely humorous) game about a circa 1929 street urchin and her pet sewer rat trying to survive a trip through a dark carnival full of sin,...

Guttersnipe: St. Hesper's Asylum for the Criminally Mischievous, by Bitter Karella
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The year is 1929. You are Lil' Ragamuffin, the roughest toughest urchin in all of Garbagetown DC and the surrounding wastes of Montgomery County, but somehow the constabulary has managed to capture you and...

Guttersnipe: The Baleful Backwash, by Bitter Karella
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It's 1929. Incorrigible street urchin Lil' Ragamuffin and her sewer rat pal Percy have been imprisoned in the cellar of the Baleful Backwash speakeasy by dastardly gangsters. Save Percy and evade...

H.M.S. Spaceman, by Nat Quayle Nelson, Diane Cai
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On the H.M.S. Spaceman, the first anatomically complete human-shaped space ship, the crewmen are genetically engineered to fulfill one purpose: intergalactic domination. Their latest conquest: the alien...

Hadean Lands, by Andrew Plotkin
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Marooned in an alien, airless wasteland -- your starship fractured -- your crewmates missing. Can an apprentice alchemist learn how to survive?

Half-Life 3 Confirmed, by Anssi Räisänen
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The rays of the morning sun tickle your face, waking you up. That's a pleasant surprise - the forecast said it would be rainy for days. However, looking out of the window, you see that there are no clouds in...

Hall of Heads, by Dan Efran, 'Becca Stallings
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The Hall of the Fount of Artois, by Simon Ellis
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Pierre Artois, the scion of the Artois, lies spellbound and immobile in a room in his family's home. You have one night in which to break an evil curse and restore the hopes and future of the ancient family!...

halloween candy triage simulator, by j. marie
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Entry in Ectocomp 2014.

Hallowmoor, by Mike Snyder
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Your quest: infiltrate Castle Hallowmoor, find the potion, and make it out alive. This is a Halloween-themed adventure -- hypertext interactive fiction playable in most modern web browsers.

Halothane, by Ravi Rajkumar
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"You're having a hard enough time getting your second novel to work; how could it ever be possible that you, Harold Banks - world's most unsuccessful published author - could actually be sent on a quest to -...

Hamlet -- The Text Adventure, by Robin Johnson
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Who really killed Hamlet's dad? Can the Prince ever 'get' Gertrude, or is that just wrong? What does Richard III want with a horse anyway? And where did the gravedigger get that gorgeous pink dress? Avenge...

Hana Feels, by Gavin Inglis
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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...

The Hangover, by Will Conine
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The Hangover is the story of you. You awake in your apartment with an unknown women and your bank informing you that you changed your name last night. The goal? Get the approval form in triplicate to get the...

Hansel et Gretel - La Revanche, by Corax
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Incarnez Hansel et, aidé de votre sœur Gretel, affrontez d'impitoyables sorcières au cours d'une histoire sombre et un peu décalée. Énigmes, combats tactiques et gros flingues au rendez-vous !

Happy Ever After, by Robert M. Camisa
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"You still can't quite believe that Gwyneth dumped you. Not after all you went through. Hopefully sepnding a couple of days babysitting Uncle Steve's museum will at least make a start on mending your...

Happy Pony Valley Riding School, by Lynda Clark
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Just because these ponies can talk, doesn't mean they have anything to say to you... Author's Comment: "I usually work in ChoiceScript and this was my attempt at modelling a simpler version of a CS...

Harbinger, by Kenna
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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...

Hard Puzzle, by Ade McT
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After The Event, there are no easy solutions. A silly little speed-IF puzzler. But can you solve it? Hall of fame: CMG Caleb Wilson Deboriole MaggieMay Doug Orleans Lance Nathan

Hard Puzzle 2 : The Cow, The Stool and Other Animals, by Ade McT
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On the farm, after The Event, things have gotten more complicated than they ought to be. A silly little Speed-IF. But can you solve it? Hall of Fame: CMG Deboriole

Hard Puzzle 3 : Origins, by Ade McT
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It's not fair. First day on the new job, and it looks like the end of the world is happening. A silly little Speed-IF. But can you solve it? Hall of Fame: CMG Deboriole

Hard Puzzle 4: The Ballad of Bob and Cheryl, by Ade McT
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In the BioDome after the Event, it's all getting a little bit desperate. And Bob isn't much help. He won't even let you use his stool. You know. For milking. A silly little IF puzzler. But can you solve it?

Harlowe vs Sharpe, by Sage Michael
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This game is under a thousand words (including the code). It's definitely short. Hope you find it fun.

Harmonia, by Liza Daly
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Fuller, A. (b. 1966, d.?) 12 chapters, edited by E. Merchant. 091 Manuscripts—096 Illustrated—098 Prohibited works, forgeries, and hoaxes Signed permission from the Dean required for viewing. No exceptions.

Harmonic Time-Bind Ritual Symphony, by Ben Kidwell and Maevele Straw
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A musician's manic episode binds fiction and reality into a joyful union.

Haunted P, by Chad Rocketman
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Discover fascinating minature worlds.... interact with an intricately modeled NPC.... discover the secret of the magical substance, P, and how it became to be haunted....

Haywire, by Peregrine Wade
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Yet another day is ending. Yet another day of dazzling bystanders with your spectacular illusions, all for a fistful of coins. Now it's time to grab a bite and find a place to sleep, all alone in the big...

Headless, Hapless, by Geoff Moore
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It's happened again. You've had a great night riding around, freaking everyone out with your whole headless horseman thing, and you're about to set off for home when you realise you've lost your head. Well,...

Heated, by Timothy Peers
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Get to work early, don't get too angry and get your raise. You've been a slacker for long enough, and this is your one opportunity to really wow the boss!

Heavenly, by Jim Aikin
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You're an angel. You're in Heaven. Everything is perfect. Honestly, it's perfect. It's so nice, so mind-numbingly nice, you'd give anything to get away from here....

The HeBGB Horror!, by Eric Mayer
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"What ever happened to those legendary punk rockers The Laughing Kats? If you can discover the terrible secret lurking in the HeBGB rock club you might just become a star." [--blurb from Competition '99]

Hedge, by Steven Richards
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Heezy Park, by Andrew Schultz
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La Petite Mort entry in ECTOCOMP 2015.

Heist, by Andy Phillips
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Your unloved uncle has died. At his funeral, you are given a curious note from him, asking you to finish his dream for him. But what is it he wants you to do? One thing is clear: it won't be easy. The choice...

Hell: A Comedy of Errors, by John Evans
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Hello Sword, by Andrea Rezzonico
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Her Majesty's Trolley Problem, by Buster Hudson
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No one said life in Her Majesty's Service would be easy. Fortunately, you've got everything you need: your officer's handbook, a harpoon cannon, and the indefatigable command of Captain Lionetta herself. If...

Hercules First Labor, by Robert Carl Brown
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Heretic Dreams, by Hannah Powell-Smith
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They would call what you did heresy. No one knows you swallowed the power of a god, but it will break you apart.

Heretic's Hope, by G. C. Baccaris
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You are the only human left alive. Gods and monsters, blessings and curses, an island ruled by giant insects — and in their midst: you. Grief-stricken and bound by oath to obey the Queen’s newest divine...

Hero, Inc Part 1: Calling All Heroes, by Nate Cull
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Heroes, by Sean Barrett
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"A most traditional CRPG experience." [--blurb from Competition Aught-One]

Heroine's Mantle, by Andy Phillips
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Hexteria Skaxis Qiameth, by Gabriel Floriano
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A dinner with your friend. Strange words. Stranger books.

HHH.exe, by Robot Parking
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The disk drive uttered a sickening crack as you tried to access it. Somehow, you were able to run the single program installed on it, HHH.exe. It's a game, apparently. By turns unfun and familiar; foolish...

Hill 160, by Mike Gerwat
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Hill of Souls, by Angela Shah
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A Halloween conjuring.

Hill Ridge Lost & Found, by Jeremy Pflasterer
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When he fears that a reclusive neighbor’s weird ministrations are leading the locals astray, an old cowboy takes it upon himself to amble back up to Hill Ridge and set things a-right. Note: This game was...

History Repeating, by Mark Choba and Renee Choba
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You play an adult who, in the middle of a boring day at the office, suddenly wakes up as their teenage self in their grade 12 math classroom! Your science teacher, Mr. Hopkins, brought you back in time with...

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, by Douglas Adams and Steve Meretzky
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Don't Panic! Relax, because everything you need to know about playing The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is contained in the pages of this manual. In this story, you will be Arthur Dent, a rather ordinary...

Hive Mind, by Cel Skeggs
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A hypertext fiction based on the They Might Be Giants song of the same name.

The Hobbit, by Philip Mitchell and Veronika Megler
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Hoist Sail for the Heliopause and Home, by Andrew Plotkin
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A far-future story of discovery.

HOJOTOHO!, by Cash DeCuir, Failbetter Games
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London's street musicians sing of a child Valkyrie, who roams the winding streets with her broom-spear, setting right the wrongs of the world. Join her crusade and mentor the abandoned children she has taken...

Hollywood Hijinx, by Dave Anderson, Liz Cyr-Jones
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Vampire Penguins. A Corpse Line. Meltdown on Elm Street. Who could forget these classic Hollywood movies produced by your uncle, Buddy Burbank? But his greatest masterpiece has yet to be experienced......

Hollywood Visionary, by Aaron A. Reed
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Make the movie of your dreams amid the glamor and romance of 1950s Hollywood! "Hollywood Visionary" is a 150,000-word interactive novel by Aaron A. Reed, where your choices control the story. It's entirely...

Home/Sick, by Felicity Banks
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La Petite Mort entry in ECTOCOMP 2015.

Homecoming, by Carolyn VanEseltine
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"Homecoming" is a short, twisted comedy about a newly awakened AI.

Honeysuckle, by Cat Manning
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A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

Hoosegow, by Ben Collins-Sussman, Jack Welch
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Muddy's plan done landed you and your partner in the hoosegow. Now you're fixing to rectificate the matter before the marshal introduces you to the business end of a hangin' rope at dawn. Created for the...

The Horrible Pyramid, by Ryan Veeder
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Something weird is going on in this pyramid.

The Horror of Rylvania, by D. A. Leary
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"What you expected would be a fun outing in scenic Rylvania turns into a gruesome nightmare, with *you* playing the starring role. Find out what it's like to be alternately the source and challenger of evil...

Horse Master, by Tom McHenry
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The Game of Horse Mastery

The Hours, by Robert Patten
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Your new job as a time traveler may be harder than you thought. A simple heist in the ancient Library of Alexandria turns into a murder mystery. ONLINE PLAY: The status bar is essential to the game, but may...

House, by Karona
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A conversation about the trajectory of a relationship lies at the center of this one-room work.

The House at the End of Rosewood Street, by Michael Thomét
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House of the Stalker, by Jason Clayton White
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An escaped serial killer is loose in the neighbourhood. Even worse, he might be in your house. Or was that smashing sound something to do with the cat? [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

The House on Sycamore Lane, by Paul Michael Winters
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Trapped in an old, abandoned house, you must solve the mystery that has cursed the house for a hundred years... and escape with your life!

The House, by Finn Rosenløv
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Written for Ectocomp 2011.

How Suzy Got Her Powers, by David Whyld
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You're Suzy Loman: mild-mannered waitress by day, superheroine by night. Well... at the present time that's only 50% true. The superheroine part you're still working on...

How to Win at Rock Paper Scissors, by Brian Kwak
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The disgrace and humiliation of last year's defeat is behind you. This time, with the help of the gods, you'll win this competition for sure.

howling dogs, by Porpentine
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death cube sim | galactic survey | visionatrix | facet machine | power gardens | women | fascination two significant endings

Human Errors, by Katherine Morayati
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A contractor assigned to handle bug reports for a wearable mood-regulation device becomes unwitting witness to trauma and crime.

Human Resources Stories, by Harry M. Hardjono
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A state-of-the-art job interview for a position as computer programmer. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Hunger Daemon, by Sean M. Shore
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It's not the end of the world, and you're to blame. Better get on that. But man, it sure would be nice to get a bite to eat first.

Hunter, in Darkness, by Andrew Plotkin
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The Hunting Lodge, by Hulk Handsome
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You rub your eyes and peer out of the taxi window, confirming that you have arrived at your destination. You're here to investigate why no one has heard from your brother, Thomas, in weeks. Though the two of...

HUNTING UNICORN, by Chandler Groover
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A maiden leads a unicorn hunt. Sixteen narrative variants. Choose-your-own-adventure style. Mature thematic elements.

Hypnotist of Ladies, by David Cornelson
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In this small one-note game, you play as the Hypnotist of Ladies. Your plan is to hypnotize all the ladies.

I Didn't Know You Could Yodel, by Andrew J. Indovina and Michael Eisenman
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I Didn't Really Like It Before, by Drusilla
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It's an experience I had the other day. Bees, winter, brevity.

I Must Play, by Geoff Fortytwo
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Why are the older boys so mean? You stood around the arcade all day and weren't able to play even one game on any of the machines! You thought you had your chance when nearly everyone else went home earlier...

I Palindrome I, by Nick Montfort
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I Should Have Been That I Am, by E. K. Wagner
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You're a bot, dealing cards in Vegas casinos. You live in a black and white world, an either-or world. Until now.

I THINK I'LL STOP OFF ON THE WAY, by piratescarfy
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A surreal horror story about an English service station with randomly selected content if certain passages are revisited. Written while on holiday in the Lake District.

I Think The Waves Are Watching Me, by Bob McCabe
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In a mysterious, dream-like world, enormous tidal waves have surrounded an island -- trapping you along with many others. And then the killing starts. What are you going to do? Better decide quickly. You...

I Will Be Your Eyes And Hands, by Cam Miller
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A short piece of interactive dystopian science fiction

I'll, by Sean Barrett
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I-0, by Anonymous
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Stranded on Interstate Zero after your car broke down, you are miles away from the last sign of civilization. It's twenty minutes to noon and the temperature is well over 120°F. It's beginning to look like...

I.A.G. Alpha, by Serhii Mozhaiskyi
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You may think this game is about a post-Soviet Research Institute. About an experiment that went out of control. You may think that the initials "I.A.G." are somehow related to the Institute. You may think...

Iamb(ici), by Jo Lourdez
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Welcome to The Poetic Platform! Here, you can share, give feedback and view original poetry from and with other users. Rest assured that here at The Poetic Platform, we take your intellectual property...

Ice House of Horrors, by Sean M. Shore
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In this very short horror story, you play as an injured walleye, lured and caught by monsters who throw you onto a pile of corpses. Your options are extremely limited. You can't breathe. And it's so cold...

Icepunk, by pageboy
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"You are the sole remaining inhabitant of an artificial world above a bizarre, inhospitable earth. A feral child raised by robots, you have just discovered the central computer of your Habitat, and...

Identity, by Dave Bernazzani
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Identity Thief, by Rob Shaw-Fuller
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In this game, you play as a thief who uses cyber implants to steal identities and commit crimes. A "Mr. Johnson" hired you to steal a datachip from Senator Barbara Tarlette's mansion, but things went south...

IDSPISPOPD, by Christopher Brent
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Entry in Ectocomp 2014.

If I Wasn't Shy, by Joey Jones
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"I kinda just sit at the checkout, and the place isn't even all that busy. So why'd you want to play a game about my life? I mean, it's not terrible but it would be so much more if I wasn't shy." (Part of...

IF is Dead. Long Live IF., by Joshua Houk
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Reaction/recap/wrap-up for the 2014 Annual Interactive Fiction Competition... in Twine. The author discusses their reactions to the 2014 IFComp with their 10 year younger self who had just started writing...

if not us: an interactive fiction anthology, by ub4q
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Seven years ago, five heroes were brought together to save the world. Their success came at the cost of their leader's life; the secret behind it cost them their friendship. Now they've been summoned for a...

IFDB Spelunking, by Joey Jones
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In the depths of the interactive fiction database strange games lurk!

Ignis Fatuus, by DCBSupafly
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Written for Ectocomp 2011.

Illuminismo Iniziato, by Michael J. Coyne
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Lovingly handcrafted in Inform6, this overripe sequel to Risorgimento Represso is full of cheese, gunpowder, chemistry and explosions (well, only a little chemistry). Includes automap, sounds and graphical...

The Immortal, by Just Rob
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Impetum Maleficus, by Hamish McIntyre
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Things are pretty weird during a Wizard Apocalypse. Try to get to safety, before it's too late!

The Imposter, by Enrique Henestroza Anguiano
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A man wanders the streets of Paris after a personal tragedy.

Impostor Syndrome, by Dietrich Squinkifer (Squinky)
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You're giving a talk at a big important tech conference. But do you really deserve to be here, or were you selected just to fill a diversity quota? Originally published under the name "Georgiana...

In a Manor of Speaking, by Hulk Handsome
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In a Manor of Speaking is a punny adventure set in the surreal world of Calembour. Journey through the bizarre Outlands, the bustling streets of Rudeville, and eventually find your way to the manor itself as...

In Good Company, by A.M.
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Take a spellbinding tour through The █████████ ██████████ ████████ and discover the secret of ████████████████████ and ██████████. Find out which █████████ will ████████ the strawberry █████ in the █████...

In the End, by Joe Mason
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Your best friend has just died, and life drags on miserably. Would death be better than this? [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

In The Friend Zone, by Brendan Vance
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A horror-parody in the tradition of Franz Kafka. Many regard 'the friend zone' as a metaphorical penal colony in which well-intentioned Nice Guys™ frequently find themselves trapped. But what if it were a...

In The Mind Of The Master, by David Whyld
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In the Spotlight, by John Byrd
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A one-room game with one major puzzle. Tie two strings together. Simple? [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

The Inanimator, by Matthew Amster-Burton
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Indigo, by Emily Short
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"Years ago, a witch placed you in this tower and arranged for your upkeep, paying certain villagers well to keep you supplied with the most basic necessities, and no more. Your years in the tower have...

Inevitable, by Kathleen M. Fischer
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Inevitable, by Matthew Pfeiffer
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It's hard being an unsuccessful mad scientist. You're spending valuable time making ends meet when you should be bossing around henchmen. Now that your latest invention, the TIME SCRYER, is complete, nothing...

Infidel, by Michael Berlyn
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Infidel finds you marooned by your followers in the heart of the deadly Egyptian Desert. A soldier of fortune by trade, you've come hither in search of a great lost pyramid and its untold riches. Now, alone,...

Infil-traitor, by Chris Charla
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"This is a vintage 1981, never released, adventure game. Check out the read me for more info. Take a trip back in time with Infil-Traitor! (Note: this should take you about 20 minutes to complete.) An exe...

Informatory, by William J. Shlaer
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You feel like weeping; you might as well have stayed by the slit in the stream bed and waited for plate tectonics to widen it. You are in front of that all too familiar white house again! Replay the...

Inhumane, by Andrew Plotkin
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A parody of Infocom's Infidel, written when the author was fifteen, then converted to Inform. To collect a treasure, you must show an ancient guardian how awful an adventurer you are. [--blurb from The...

The Initial State, by Matt Barton
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Inpatient: A Psychiatric Story, by Alana Zablocki
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Inpatient is a simulation of a mental health crisis and the patient experience of psychiatric hospitalization. It is an interactive novel of over 160,000 words that takes you through a 72 hour hospital stay....

The Insect Massacre, by Tom Delanoy
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A short murder mystery set aboard a space station.

Inside the Facility, by Arthur DiBianca
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Your friend Mike thinks no one can infiltrate THE FACILITY, but you're going to prove him wrong. A light puzzle game. In the author's opinion, it's totally family-friendly. (Make sure to look at the Facility...

Inside Woman, by Andy Phillips
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Utopia Technologies. Industrial giant, economic powerhouse, the world's greatest scientific superpower, and the organisation most responsible for eroding civil liberties and personal freedoms. They're an...

Insight, by Jon Ingold
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Insignificant Little Vermin, by Filip Hracek
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Escape slavery in Mount Bloodrock, an underground enclave of orcs and goblins preparing for war. What will you discover in these dark caves? What mayhem can you wreak on your way out? And how will your...

Instruction Set, by Jared Jackson
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How do you run a mind that cannot run itself? Enter the mind of Nora Atwood and with the help of a little science, you may be able to puzzle out her situation.

Intelmission, by Martyna "Lisza" Wasiluk
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What do you do when you get stuck in a cell with that annoying rival agent of yours who's been the bane of your existence for years? In the world where words are weapons and secrets are worth more than gold,...

Interface, by Ben Vegiard
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What happens when your favorite uncle, a successful electronics company owner, has you try out his latest invention? Of course, something goes amiss and you must struggle to set it all right or suffer the...

Internal Documents, by Tom Lechner
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Internal Vigilance, by Simon Christiansen
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You are informed that a new prisoner was brought in recently. Your job, as usual, is to interrogate him and determine whether he poses a threat to The Union. This should not be a problem. You are a trained...

Into The Dark, by Byron Kiernan
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Play as Jacobi Kozlov, a renowned Monster Hunter and war veteran, in a dark fantasy medieval world as you try to seek out a peaceful future. Faced with the dark intentions of man and beast, prepare to see...

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...

Invaders, by Anonymous
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Invasion, by Cat Manning
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The end of the world, and there's something after you. A short horror Twine about sacrifice, survival, and relative humanity. Le Grand Guignol entry in ECTOCOMP 2015.

Invasion of the Angora-fetish Transvestites from the Graveyards of Jupiter, by Morten Rasmussen
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"[Note: Windows users may not have msvbvm60.dll, which you'll need for this. You can get it from http://www.milori.com/developer/runtimes/]" [--blurb from Competition Aught-One]

Inventory, by Joey Fu
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You're trapped in a dungeon with an inventory full of stuff. Use what you've got to escape... if you can. Made for Twiny Jam.

Invisible Parties, by Sam Kabo Ashwell (as Psychopup)
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You are a walker of the ways between the worlds. It is not an arrangement conducive to straightforward relationships. The Three Rebeccas have created a tangle, a temporary artifice woven from parts of many...

Inward Narrow Crooked Lanes , by B Minus Seven
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Before we begin, we have a sharp-- I mean short intake form for you to fill out.

Irvine Quik & the Search for the Fish of Traglea, by Duncan Bowsman
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Science fiction adventure! Extinction looms for the fish, people, and entire planet of Traglea. Can one bumbling space cadet rescue enough alien fish before too late? Can he learn the secret of Traglean...

Ishmael, by Jordan Magnuson
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A short game about displacement.

Island in the Storm, by JSMaika
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A storm blows you course, leaving you stranded on an unfamiliar island. You need to repair your boat, so you can sail home, but you soon find that more lives than just yours are in your hands. Explore the...

The Island of Doctor Wooby, by Ryan Veeder
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Explore an island populated by tiny felt dinosaurs.

The Island, by Old Andy
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Mysterious story...

The Isolato Incident, by Alan DeNiro
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"We need to save the kingdom! But...where is the kingdom? What are its bounds? Can history be distilled? Why do ghosts feign friendliness? We will make a quest of questions!" [--blurb from Competition...

It, by Emily Boegheim
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"The rules of the game are easy. I'm It, so I go and hide. You and the others count to 50, then you have to look for me. If you find me, you have to get into the hiding spot with me. If you're the last...

It Is Pitch Black, by Caelyn Sandel
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Trapped alone in a darkened antique store with a man-eating grue, can you keep a light going long enough to survive? (contains sound, but no jumpscares.) 2nd place, EctoComp 2014.

J'dal, by Ryan Kinsman
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Jack, by Jason Lautzenheiser
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You are Jack and you're running for your life. An EctoComp 2013 entry.

Jack's Adventures, by Dan Shiovitz
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In this extremely short one-room demo game, you play as Jack Winklebee, an aspiring hero in Fairyland. You've traded your cow for some magic beans, a trowel, and a magic watering can. Now it's time to find...

Jacks or Better to Murder, Aces to Win, by J. D. Berry
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Jacqueline, Jungle Queen!, by Steph Cherrywell
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You are Jacqueline McBean, modern woman for the Thirties and intrepid international correspondent for the Fresno Bee. The good news is that you're on your way to a plum assignment among the glitzy spires and...

Jane, by Joseph Grzesiak
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Janitor, by Peter Seebach and Kevin Lynn
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Jarod's Journey, by Tim Emmerich
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""Jarod!" comes the weakened call from the father's room. With a torn heart, Jarod remembers his father of old, a once great centurion. Jarod quickly runs to his father's bedside. When he kneels beside the...

Jealousy Duel X, by Alex Camelio
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Jesse Stavro's Doorway, by Marshal Tenner Winter
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Jordan is looking for his friend, Jesse, who is in hiding from the government. Picking up the trail, he discovers that Jesse is following the Grateful Dead on tour, but as Jordan immerses himself into the...

Jesus of Nazareth, by Paul Allen Panks
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It is the year 28 A.D. The Roman authorities control a vast empire, stretching from Africa to Syria. You are Jesus, hailing from the small village of Nazareth. Your goal is to convert as many followers as...

Jetbike Gang, by C.E.J. Pacian
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You're a member of a jetbike gang. Tiny Twine game for the Twiny Jam. Exactly 300 words.

Jigsaw, by Graham Nelson
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New Year's Eve, 1999, a quarter to midnight and where else to be but Century Park! Fireworks cascade across the sky, your stomach rumbles uneasily, music and lasers howl across the parkland... Not exactly...

Jinxter, by Georgina Sinclair, Michael Bywater
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Every silver lining has a cloud... JUST WHEN A MAN THINKS HIS LUCK IS RUNNING OUT... ... things start getting even worse. He gets run over by a bus. Sprayed with cheese sandwich by a supernatural being....

John's Fire Witch, by John Baker
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A small, witty text adventure. Its clever puzzles received quite a bit of acclaim on rec.arts.int-fiction upon its release. You've come to visit your old friend John Baker, but he's missing, and a blizzard...

Jon Doe – Wildcard Nucleus, by Olaf Nowacki
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Be Jon Doe, secret agent at MI5, and solve the mystery about the death of scientist Monsieur Edulard and his latest world-changing invention. A story with thrilling women, sinister villains and cutting-edge...

Journey from an Islet, by Mario Becroft
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The Journey of the King, by Peter Nepstad
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"The King goeth upon a journey with many horses, yet riding upon none, when the pomp of travelling shall be heard in the streets and the sound of the lute and the drum and the name of the King. And I would...

Joust, by Jennifer Earl
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Jump, by Chris Mudd
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"The first slivers of light rise from the horizon. Colours, hues gather... A gull rides a thermal to the clouds above. All that has happened seems inconsequential." [--blurb from Competition Aught-One]

Jump into a hole and never go back, by grublet stavarnoop
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Jump into a hole. Nothing happens.

Junior Arithmancer, by Mike Spivey
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A one-to-many-room puzzler.

Just Get the Treasure v0.9.1, by Ray B.
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The Chalice of Destiny shines before you. Claim it and you will liberate your people from "the evil" wizard Malvox. It's really a pretty straightforward affair. You can jump in, save the world, and get on...

Ka, by Dan Efran
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For an Egyptian mummy's soul - or "Ka" - death is but the first step on a puzzling and perilous journey. The second step? Getting out of all those coffins....

Kaged, by Ian Finley
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""But my madness speaks: It will but skin and film the ulcerous place, Whilst rank corruption, mining all within, Infects unseen." Welcome to the Citadel of Justice. The Inquisitor is waiting." [--blurb from...

Kane County, by Michael Sterling, Tia Orisney
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Kane County, Southern Utah: A severe storm crashes your Jeep in the middle of the night and leaves you stranded. Come morning, you find yourself alone and surrounded by an endless expanse of open desert....

Keepsake, by Savaric
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The planning was easy. Committing the murder was easy. But getting away with it? That's another thing. Keepsake is a short, surreal story about vengeance and its consequences.

Kerkerkruip, by Victor Gijsbers
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Kerkerkruip is a short-form roguelike in the interactive fiction medium, featuring meaningful tactical and strategic depth, innovative game play, zero grinding, and a sword & sorcery setting that does not...

Kicker, by Pippin Barr
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A Killer Headache, by Mike Ciul
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The apocalypse is over. The human race lost. You're hungry. And you have a hell of a headache. Discretionary warning: This game is violent, scatological, and eschatological.

The King and the Crown, by Wes Lesley
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'The King and the Crown' is a very very very short game where you are the king. The goal of the game is to receive your subjects and end up doing all sorts of boring king stuff like passing judgement,...

King Arthur's Night Out, by Mikko Vuorinen
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"You are King Arthur of Britain who wants to spend the night in a pub. But your wife, Queen Guinevere, won't let you. Adventures await as you try to leave your castle without your wife knowing." [-- blurb...

KING OF BEES IN FANTASY LAND, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
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A videogame about space bees.

The King of Shreds and Patches, by Jimmy Maher
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January 14th Dear friend. My sojourn in parts foreign is at an ende. I am at lodgings in Southwark not far from the bridge at Stoney Street, come dine with me two days hence to ring in the newe year. I have...

The King of the World, by G.A. Millsteed
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In this fantasy adventure, a boy discovers his destiny to become the legendary King of the World.

Kissing the Buddha's Feet, by Leon Lin
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Known Unknowns, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
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Nadia Nazari has a lot of unknowns to contend with in her Grade 12 year. Like how can she run an entire school newspaper with only one employee? Why has her estranged ex best friend suddenly come back into...

Koan, by Esa Peuha
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Koustrea's Contentment, by Jeremy Pflasterer
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A tiny community of immortals receives a newcomer named Koustrea, who makes an unsettling discovery while struggling to find a paradisial niche, as the others have long ago.

Krypteia, by Kateri
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Since ancient times, the wise men explained to you, young warriors have learned to subjugate the Other in order to become men. To face what they should despise, in order to become what they must be. That's...

Kurusu City, by Kevin Venzke
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An IFComp 2004 Entry

L'exil, by Benjamin Roux
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"L'Exil" est une aventure mettant en scène un personnage au passé mystérieux vivant reclus dans une étrange communauté. Une étrange découverte va bientôt bouleverser sa vie...

La Tempête, by Stéphane F.
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Chez vous, paix, chaleur et sécurité. Partout : la nuit. Au dehors, la tempête.

La Tour d'Orastre, by Corax
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Incarnez le colosse ou la mascotte et tentez de survivre à l’implacable épreuve que représente la Tour d’Orastre ! Équipez-vous d’objets de plus en plus puissants, développez vos caractéristiques, livrez de...

Labyrinth, by Samantha Casanova Preuninger
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In this puzzle game, you play as Damien Alexander, professor of mathematics. Before waking up in this gaudy and sweet-smelling cubical room, you remember crashing your car while driving with your wife...

Labyrinth of Loci, by anbrewk
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“What distinguishes a memory palace from a memory labyrinth is that each place of memory in a palace is intended to be found, while in a labyrinth the structure is more than a means of storage: it is a way...

Lack of Vision, by Ryan Stevens
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Written as a "TextWater" game (as an answer to the "TextFire" April's Fool Hoax), you are in a dark place without knowing why (or what to do). [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Laid Off from the Synesthesia Factory, by Katherine Morayati
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Synpiece: A wearable technology that changes the wearer's mood. Users of the Synpiece can adjust the 'color' of their experience, which adjusts psychological traits mapped to hue (emotion), saturation...

LAIR of the CyberCow, by Conrad Cook (as Harry Wilson)
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One of the few games in the neglected Farm Noir genre, LAIR of the CyberCow takes a stylishly chilling, ambivalently moral look at the social themes of our times -- or, does it? Play it now: don't wait for...

The Land Beyond the Picket Fence, by Martin Oehm
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Land of the Mountain King, by Kenneth Pedersen
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You, the mighty Viking warrior Kral, are walking in the woods looking for prey, when you are suddenly shrouded in a cloud of white smoke. The smoke is too dense to see through, but eventually the smoke...

Language Arts, by Jared Jackson

Are you a creative problem solver looking for career in an exciting and fast growing field? Do you seek out intellectual challenges that others are scared to face? Crystal Clear Communications, the world's...

Large Machine, by Jon Ingold
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LASH -- Local Asynchronous Satellite Hookup, by Paul O'Brian
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Last Day of Summer, by Doug Orleans (as Cameron Fox)
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It's the last day of summer, and you're old enough now to go into town by yourself.

The Last Just Cause, by Jeremy Carey-Dressler
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"The Last Just Cause.... What if you were completely sane in an insane world? What if other's wished to destroy you because of your sanity? What if this insane world's people only truly cared about...

Last Minute, by Ruderbager Doppelganger (A.K.A. Hulk Handsome)
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Oh, crap! Crap, crap, crap! Crappity crappy crap! Poop. The deadline for the 2012 Interactive Fiction Competition is only ten minutes away! There's no chance in Hades that I'll finish my Twine magnum opus...

The Last Sonnet of Marie Antoinette, by Emily Short
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last&final, by 1beetle
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it's the last day.

Laterna Magica, by Jens Byriel
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As you seat yourself and turn toward your inner light, you ask that one burning question. "What is laterna magica?"

Lawn of Love, by Santoonie Corporation
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Santoonie's first romantic adventure.

Le butin du Capitaine Verdeterre, by Ryan Veeder
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Porter ce sac, je crois que c'est plutôt votre rôle. Moi, je délègue les tâches.

Le jour où la Terre dégusta, by Yakkafo
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​Vous croyiez devoir finir vos jours à enseigner la linguistique dans un amphithéâtre décrépi, quand la France vient vous confier une mission hors du commun : sauver la Terre d’un quiproquo interplanétaire.

Leadlight, by Wade Clarke
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15-year-old Belinda Nettle is studying at Linville Girls High School in Australia's Blue Mountains. After falling asleep in the library one afternoon, she wakes from her mundane existence into a nightmare...

Leap Time, by Sarah Morayati
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Leather Goddesses of Phobos, by Steve Meretzky
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And now... the next exciting episode of humanoids in space! How did you, a regular at Joe's Bar in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, end up on a Martian moon? Can you prevent the hideous space creature from abducting...

Leaves, by Mikko Vuorinen
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In this rather colourless and linear game, you play as some guy escaping from some complex. The obstacles on your route to freedom are a guard, a fence, a forest, an underground tunnel system, and a river....

left/right, by chandler groover
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pick one

The Legend Lives!, by David Baggett
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"A new chapter in the history of Unnkulia and the Valley unfolds. Find out what life is like on planet Tode (home to Unnkulia and the Valley) and the rest of the Unnkulian Universe 500 years after UU1....

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 Legendary Hero Has Failed, by Tom Martin
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The Legendary Hero of Time has failed. The dancing Imp has won. The Moon will finish its descent from the sky and crash into the earth. When it reaches the ground there will be nothing left. You sit by a...

Legion, by Jason Devlin
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The Lesson of the Tortoise, by G. Kevin Wilson
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In this short game, you play as Wang Lo, a Chinese farmer. Alas, you shall learn that your wife has been unfaithful and desires your death.

Let's Explore Geography! Canadian Commodities Trader Simulation Exercise, by Carter Sande
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Have you ever wondered what life is like for commodities traders? Why not hop in a truck, drive around Canada, and find out? Tourism research and writing by Kyra Sande. Powered by the Desmos® Computation...

Let's Play: Ancient Greek Punishment: The Text Adventure, by Pippin Barr
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You're dead, but you're not on Charon's list. Impersonate mythological Greek figures (and Zeno!) and suffer eternal punishment in Hades in their place, for better or worse. Okay, it's definitely for worse.

LET'S ROB A BANK, by Bethany Nolan
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Hey there, potential bank robber, today's your lucky day. Richman's Circle Bank is ready, waiting, and unsuspecting. All you have to do is choose a team and try not to get caught (or die - dying is...

Letters, by Madison Evans
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A twine game where the reader explores a stack of letters left on their desk from someone they cared about. She has hidden herself inside her words, and all you can do is read between the lines. Can you find...

Letters from Home, by Roger Firth
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"Centuries of ancestry, decades of memories, years of decline; now, barely two hours in which to reflect on the glorious past, that bygone golden age when nostalgia really meant something... " [--blurb from...

Lies & Cigars, by Katherine Morayati
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A mystery story, told in the format of a branching interview with multiple characters, set and photographed in Astoria, Queens. Originally commissioned for Now Play This, 2019.

The Life (and Deaths) of Doctor M, by Michael D. Hilborn
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Your vision clears as you gently land in an endless landscape. There is the wind, a bleak and chill thing. And there is your sense of uncertainty: You don't know which way to go. Or, maybe, which way you...

Life in a Northern Town, by People + Places
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An illegal solution to overwhelming debts leads to danger, deception, revenge and murder.

Life on Beal Street, by Ian Finley
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"This is not a game, but rather an experiment in telling a story using a dynamic and interactive medium. Leave your expectations at the curb side and take a walk down Beal Street." [--blurb from Competition...

Life On Mars?, by Hugo Labrande
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The first mission to colonize Mars ended with a horrible shuttle crash, and it's a miracle you're still alive... Now you just have to wait until the second shuttle gets here. Five more months...

The Lift, by Colin Capurso
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You wake up in a room with no memory of who you are or what you're doing there. You need to survive, that's all you know.

Light Beta, by Sam
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I made this to see what I could pull off with twine. I'm up to critiques and criticisms. I know I need improvement and input will definitely help.

Light into Darkness, by Christina Nordlander
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An ordinary woman faces an inexplicable event while staying at her summer house with her family. Fantasy/horror. Content warnings: domestic violence; some gore. A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016....

A Light's Tale, by Zach Flynn
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A journey through the world of the dark places. Your only weapon is Light. Light shall overcome all darkness. Darkness is the absence of light.

The Lighthouse, by Eric Hickman and Nathan Chung
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The Lighthouse is a small game in where your main foucus is to turn on the light in the Havenworth lighthouse. This game is very short and also is my very first game! [blurb from IF Comp 2008]

Lightiania, by Gustav Bodel
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Lime Ergot, by Caleb Wilson (as Rust Blight)
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Now everyone is gone. (Well, almost everyone.) Entry in ECTOCOMP 2014.

Limerick Heist, by Pace Smith
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Rule 1 is that no one gets iced. Rule 2: the loot's evenly sliced. There's only two rules. Now listen up, fools! We're pulling a...

Limp, by Ryan Stevens
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It's been seventeen months since your last erection. Highest time to do something about it. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Linear Love, by Tom Delanoy
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And old-school love story set where else but in France.

LISEY, by Marco Innocenti
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Love has no boundaries. Not even life itself. Entry in EctoComp 2014.

Lists and Lists, by Andrew Plotkin
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A tutorial in which a genie teaches you the basics of a simplified version of LISP. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

little, by chandler groover
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a tiny yarn for ectocomp

Little Billy, by Okey Ikeako
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"A short but harrowing tale of a hurt child." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

Little Blue Men, by Michael S. Gentry
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This game is a joke. This game is a warning. This game is a satire. This game is inspired in equal parts by Vaclav Havel's "The Memorandum" and Hunter S. Thompson's "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas". This...

Little Falls, by Alessandro Schillaci, Roberto Grassi, Simonato Enrico
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Minnesota, September 2005. A serial killer hunting young women. A policeman with nightmares in his past. “To all units near Little Falls, there’s a 5150 code. A woman called 911, saying she’s in trouble....

Little girl in the big world, by Peter Wendrich
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The Little Lifeform That Could, by Fade Manley
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A little microbe in the primordial ooze has grand dreams! Dreams of survival, by and large, but small goals lead to large ones. Can you climb your way out of the ooze onto the land, into civilization, and up...

The Living Puppet, by Liu Zian
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Those puppets made with precious materials are of good quality. But the best ones are born to be puppets rather than selected.

Living Will, by Mark Marino
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As an heir to the fortune of the Coltan-magnate ER Millhouse, you can expand your inheritance or become buried in medical and legal fees as you peruse his living will and discover the story behind the...

Lock & Key, by Adam Cadre
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Lode Runner, by Anonymous
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Lomalow, by Brendan Barnwell
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"This game has one puzzle, and the solution to this is given immediately as the game begins. It's about loss, sadness, love, mystery, supernatural beings, and moving to a higher plane of existence. It is all...

Lord Bellwater's Secret, by Sam Gordon
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Losing Your Grip, by Stephen Granade
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Lost and Found, by Felicity Drake
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Jun lives on a bench in Edogawa Park. He's come to know the neighborhood, and it unsettles him when one of the daily commuters disappears: Ms. Ishii, a schoolteacher. Why did she go missing, and why is no...

The Lost Dimension, by C. Yong
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Lost in time, by Gerardo Adesso
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Knock Knock. Knock Knock. A journey through memory lane.

The Lost Islands of Alabaz, by Michael Gentry
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Once upon a time, our Kingdom was much larger than it is now, reaching across all ten islands of the Alabaz Archipelago. But then a terrible curse fell upon us. A thick, gray mist covered the sea, hiding...

Lost My Mind, by Xavid
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A hypertext thing based on the They Might Be Giants song of the same name. One ending.

Lost New York, by Neil deMause
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"They say you can never get to know the true New York as a tourist -- but this is going to turn out to be no ordinary vacation. What you thought would be a quick jaunt to the usual tourist traps instead...

The Lost Spellmaker, by Neil James Brown
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Spells are in short supply, and spellmakers are disappearing one by one. So your boss T sends you on a mission to find the famous Drew Tungshinach so that he may entertain the community further with his...

Love, Hate and the Mysterious Ocean Tower, by C.E.J. Pacian
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Lovesong, by Mihalis Georgostathis
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"When a boy loves a girl, he can do amazing things. Let the hero of the game do something much simpler" [--blurb from Competition Aught-One]

Low, by Peregrine Wade
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A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

Lowell Prison, by Emily Short
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A small conversation piece between you, an inmate of Lowell Prison, and an old man who crouches beside a wide-open gate.

Lucerne, by Dimitri Kaviani
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Stricken with grief over the sudden kidnapping of her younger brother, one young woman must face her greatest fear and leave everything she knows, including her world, behind as she ventures into the depths...

The Lucubrator, by Ricardo Dague
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A ludic proof of the difficulties inherent in finding a proper skull, by JackDegree
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As an archaeologist, try to make the discovery of a lifetime. Written for Ludum Dare 30, "Connected Worlds"

Lunar Base 1, by Michael Phipps
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Two astronauts set out to settle America's first lunar base in the year 2080. You are one of them.

Lunatix - The Insanity Circle, by Mike Snyder
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"The escapes continue. The patients are out of control. The asylum is terribly understaffed. As Dr. Hammer (the hospital administrator) you must uncover the truth about the so-called "Insanity Circle" in the...

Lurk. Unite. Die. Invent. Think. Expire., by Ryan Stevens
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"Morning seems strange, almost out place." [--blurb from Competition '99]

The Lurking Horror II: The Lurkening, by Ryan Veeder
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An unauthorized sequel to the Infocom classic, written for the 2018 MIT Mystery Hunt.

The Lurking Horror, by Dave Lebling
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A winter night at the G.U.E. tech campus with most students away on vacation serves as the backdrop for this tale of Lovecraftian horror.

Luster, by Jared Smith
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In the outskirts of a deserted town, the adventurer carefully explores, looking for rare gems.

Lux, by Agnieszka Trzaska
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You wander around in darkness – even though the lights are on. Sandra is the only one to survive a mysterious attack on a deep space mining station. She is alive, but has lost her vision. Now Sandra must...

Lydia's Heart, by Jim Aikin
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"Lydia's Heart" is a large, complex game with a serious tone and seven or eight NPCs you can converse with. The genre is low-key horror: There's almost no actual blood, but there are several ways to die in a...

Lyreless, by Bruno Dias
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A man heads into hell to seek out his lost lover; there he has to decide how much of himself to leave behind.

Machine of Death, by Hulk Handsome
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In the near future, the world will be changed by a machine that predicts how a person will die with 100% accuracy... but not clarity. Would knowing your demise change the way you lived your life? A...

Madam Spider's Web, by Sara Dee
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Madame L'Estrange and the Troubled Spirit, by Ian Ball and Marcus Young
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For Madame L'Estrange, contacts with beings from the ghost world are everyday routine. This case, however, is not. Did Dr. Taverner really kill himself? If not, who did it? And what about that beast?...

Magic, by Geoff Fortytwo
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The Magic Toyshop, by Gareth Rees
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A one-location game in which you play a series of puzzles against a shopkeeper in order to get a present. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

The Magistrate's Chambers, by Stewart C Baker
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You stand in the chambers of the famed magistrate, Di Zhuanren. Three men—old friends of the magistrate's father—have come with tales of supernatural visitations, asking for the magistrate's help. Can you...

Magocracy, by Joseph Rheaume
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Maiden of the Moonlight, by Brian P. Dean
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You are standing in front of Drochsolas Manse, preparing to explore it in an attempt to find the key to ending the Baron's curse upon the surrounding land. You have come bearing your sword and pistol as well...

make build --deity, by joshg
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You awaken, with eyes everywhere, ears that hear all. It is time for you to make the world right. They're counting on you.

Make It Good, by Jon Ingold
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The call comes through. Of all the dicks; you get the call, sitting in the front seat of your car, hands shaking on the steering wheel. An urgent call; but all you were thinking of was the bottle in the...

Mammal, by Joey Jones
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The lizards have taken over. You, a lowly human slave, are tasked with eradicating all mammalian traces from the Don Quixote Memorial Museum. (Written for the Apollo 18+20 tribute album project.)

The Man Who Killed Time, by Claudia Doppioslash
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In the shabby, dusty office, just overlooking one of the least busy streets in town, sat the Detective owner of the establishment. You wouldn’t think it by looking at his head, as usual lowered as to almost...

MANALIVE, A Mystery of Madness - I, by Bill Powell
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Based on the first half of the novel Manalive by G. K. Chesterton.

MANALIVE, A Mystery of Madness - II, by Bill Powell
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Based on the second half of the novel Manalive by G. K. Chesterton.

Mangiasaur, by DCBSupafly
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You are a young dinosaur-like monster who needs to eat everything in sight so you can grow big & strong, gain special powers, and ultimately rule over a tribe of puny humans.

Manlandia, by Rob Chateau
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Manlandia is a utopian interactive fiction that describes an isolated society composed entirely of men, who reproduce via parthenogenesis (asexual reproduction). The result is an ideal social order: free of...

Map, by Ade McT
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The house is growing. Or perhaps it's you who is shrinking. And with all this extra space is coming....time. Time enough, maybe, to make some changes.

Map of Fahlstaff, by Ian Hinck
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A "map" of the mysterious town Fahlstaff.

MAR/TEAR, by Iliria Osum
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Using a blend of imagined poetry and the subjects' own words, this multi-path game explores martyrdom as an expression of agency in four real women's lives: Teresa of Avila, Virginia Woolf, Leelah Alcorn,...

Mariel, by Michael Baltes
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Nothing in this hospital is as usual. After a serious accident you have to figure out what happened and how to escape. Written to showcase the German library extension for Inform 7.

Marika the Offering, by revgiblet
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An entry in the 2007 One Room Game Competition. You play a young girl, trapped in a tower room and in fear for her life.

Marine Raider, by Allen Gies
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May fourth, nineteen forty-two. The Pacific Ocean froths with war. The Japanese have made immense gains following their infamous December sneak attack. The Philippines have fallen. Pearl Harbor is a...

Marooned, by Bruce Davis
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"After finishing with some afternoon fishing, you notice some rather dark and menacing clouds have snuck up on you. While preparing to head back to port, the wind picks up and jagged streaks of lightning...

A Martian Odyssey, by Horatiu Romosan
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You are D. Jarvis, chemist of the famous crew, the Ares expedition, first human beings to set foot on the mysterious neighbor of the earth, the planet Mars. [blurb from IF Comp 2008]

The Mary Jane of Tomorrow, by Emily Short
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You, Mary Jane Minsky, have a few things to clear up with your best friend Jenny Yoshida. When your robotic birthday gift doesn't go over as planned, you may need to reset your expectations, for her and...

Masque of the Last Faeries, by Ian Ball
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"The masque is on, but at least one of the guests is not what he or she appears to be." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

Masquerade, by Kathleen M. Fischer
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"You walk purposefully down the sidewalk, looking neither left nor right. You don't need to look; you can tell you are being watched from whispers overheard as you pass by. "Poor Amelia..." you hear somebody...

The Master of the Land, by Pseudavid
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> An interactive fiction intrigue in an immersive and dynamic world. A world that changes with every action. Freedom to explore. Radically different playthroughs. Lots of dancing. People wearing skulls. > A...

A Matter of Importance, by Valentine Kopteltsev
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All those scoundrels on The Board Of The Thieves' Guild... How could they? Sure, the last weeks weren't your most successful ones (in fact, you'd be glad to raze them from your memory if you only could), and...

The Matter of the Monster, by Andrew Plotkin
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You stagger up to its lair. Blue sand drags at your feet. Your Hands don't tremble — well, much — as you ready your new weapon. Your voice doesn't quaver (hardly at all) as you shout out the words you were...

Max Blaster and Doris de Lightning Against the Parrot Creatures of Venus, by Dan Shiovitz and Emily Short
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Someplace on Venus a secret weapon is being built that threatens Earth with total destruction. You and your comrade must penetrate the Xavian base and save the world -- before it's too late!

maybe make some change, by Aaron A. Reed
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Inspired by the Maywand district killings in Afghanistan, 'maybe make some change' explores a frozen battlefield moment from six violently conflicting perspectives.

Maze of Madness, by Lurkio/Ant
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A solvable demo of a rather cruel puzzle idea. Playable online. Written for the 8-bit BBC Micro computer.

Mazredugin, by Jim Q. Pfygx-Vobk
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Four teens. One world to...not quite even save.

MC, by Stephen Granade
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Measureless to Man, by Ivan R.
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You're on your way home from Cairo, with nothing but a rumpled suit and an apple for lunch. But the plane passes through dark air, over a fathomless sea. Past the heavens, under the deep, there are secrets...

Meeting Robb Sherwin, by Jizaboz
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A slice-of-life adventure in Denver, Colorado.

Mental Entertainment, by Thomas Hvizdos
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Your job is to talk to people. Interview three patrons of the 'Mental Entertainment' virtual reality entertainment center in Dayton, Ohio, and determine if they have a problem. Conversation-driven parser IF.

Mercy, by Chris Klimas
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You see, when the scientists had thought that the only smallpox around was in a very very small box kept securely closed, they were wrong. When you come into the clinic today, seven people have already died....

Mere Anarchy, by Bruno Dias
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“The box is cardboard, a file box; it looks like it should contain years of tax returns. Except the holes on the sides have been shut with black masking tape. Except the lid is held in place with the same...

mESSYWITCH, by B Minus Seven
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The Meteor, the Stone and a Long Glass of Sherbet, by Graham Nelson (as Angela M. Horns)
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Another day wasted as guest of the Empress, a wretchedly long tour of the breath-taking Boreal Falls, conducted as ever by the Lady Amilia. As if she weren't bad enough, an honour guard of soldiers, their...

Midnight. Swordfight., by Chandler Groover
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A fool receives a challenge from a countess. Violence. Sex. Profanity. Sausage.

Mikayla's Phone, by Mikayla Corolik
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The Milgram Parable, by Peter Eastman
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Your job is simple: do whatever you are told, without question or hesitation. If you don't, people will die. Probably including you.

The Mind Electric, by Jason Dyer
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Set in an unusual cyber/virtual reality background, you play a disembodied consciousness trapped in an electron prison of the mind. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

A Mind Forever Voyaging, by Steve Meretzky
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"If you can look into the seeds of time, and say which grain will grow and which will not..." --Shakespeare It's 2031. The world is on the brink of chaos. In the United States of North America, spiraling...

Mingsheng, by Deane Saunders
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Mirror and Queen, by Chandler Groover
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Your mirror never lies. A puzzleless reflection. Fifteen to forty minutes.

The Missing Ring, by Felicity Drake
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Sadie Goldberg-Lawson is celebrating Christmas with her whole dysfunctional family at her Gran's house in Vermont. When Gran's heirloom diamond ring goes missing, can Sadie solve the mystery of the missing...

Missive, by Joey Fu
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It's your birthday today. Your ex-girlfriend brings you a present, and inside are a series of mysterious letters that tell the story of an old love triangle that ended in murder. Solve puzzles, solve the...

Mite, by Sara Dee
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In this small fantasy adventure game, you play as Mite, a pixy lad, who is carrying an egg-shaped jewel dropped by a cloaked thief who you tripped that morning. The gem belongs to the Fairy Prince! You must...

Mix Tape, by Brett Witty
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The delicate art of a mix tape can be your own expression through others' poetry.

Möbius, by J.D. Clemens
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Another mission. Just when you had settled in for a nap.

Molly and the Butter Thieves, by Alice Grove (as Cosmic Hamster)
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You are Molly Butterfield, dairy farmer extraordinaire. In the past week there have been two mysterious butter disappearances from your own kitchen. There will not be a third. Molly and the Butter Thieves...

A Moment of Hope, by Simmon Keith
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"At first glance, you look the same as always; waist-title_length brown hair tied back, red-blonde spanish goatee scraggly as ever, a few studs sticking through each earlobe, and fingernails -- except for...

Moments Out of Time, by L. Ross Raszewski
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"Note: requires a Z6-capable interpreter, preferably with Blorb sound support." [--blurb from Competition Aught-One]

Monkey and Bear, by Carolyn VanEseltine (as the opposite of sublimation)
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Monster Maker, by Adri ("Erin Gigglecreek")
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A silly character creation toy.

Moon Base, by Andrew Brown
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This is a sci fi/horror game... I hope you enjoy/are scared by it!!! You'll need to run this using FIREFOX

Moon Goon, by Caleb Wilson
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A skilled courier of Saturnine encounters a cruel predicament. Written for ECTOCOMP 2018.

Moon-Shaped, by Jason Ermer
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Moonbase, by Mike Eckardt
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You play as an employee of Earth Control. Moonbase Alpha hasn't contacted Earth for three days; it's your job to teleport over there and find out what's happening up there. Good luck!

Moonland, by BillyJaden
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Kims love smells like a poppy, sedating your body and senses until only darkness is left. But something is whispering from beyond; a long since forgotten memory of consciousness . A poetic sci-fi story with...

The Moonlit Tower, by Yoon Ha Lee
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Moonmist, by Stu Galley, Jim Lawrence
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More ghosts haunt the misty sea-coast and stone ramparts of Cornwall than anyplace else on earth. One such soul roams Tresyllian Castle: a pale phantom with flaxen hair and a luminous, flowing gown. It seems...

Moquette, by Alex Warren
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Tuesday morning. London Underground. Hangover. Journey begins.

More, by Jason Dyer (as Erin Canterbury)
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the morning after, by verityvirtue
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It's been a long night. We've not had a proper sleep. But we seize this moment of peace. Made for the Tiny Utopias jam.

Mortality, by David Whyld
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Mother Loose, by Irene Callaci
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It's been one of those days. It started out bad and just got worse: You're seven years old and in trouble a lot. You try to be good and to do as you ought, but nothing, it seems, goes exactly as planned. For...

The Mouse Who Woke Up For Christmas, by Luke A. Jones
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'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse... Well, that's not quite true, there was a mouse stirring, not in the house, but in the shed at the...

The Mouse, by Naomi Z (as Norbez)
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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.**

Moving Day, by helado de brownie
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The day you've been waiting for.

Mrs. Pepper's Nasty Secret, by Jim Aikin and Eric Eve
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Walking home from school is mostly okay, except for one big problem: Every day you have to pass right by Mrs. Pepper's house. She may not actually be a witch, but she sure acts like one. And now she's stolen...

Mrs. Wobbles and the Tangerine House, by Mark Marino
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2 boys arrive at a magical foster home... My kids & I wrote this as the 1st in a series for children 7-11. We aimed for simple choice-driven IF that emphasizes not so much the pyrotechnics but the pleasures...

Ms. Lojka or: In Despair to Will to Be Oneself, by Jordan Magnuson
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A short game about ignorance, defiance, and freedom—or: self-knowledge, acquiescence, and fate. Takes about 15 minutes to play. There are two significantly-divergent endings, but replays are intentionally...

Much Love, BJP, by Megan Stevens
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A brief look at the life of a fictional war correspondent. "Much Love: BJP" was showcased to a limited audience at the Hope College Celebration for Undergraduate Research.

The Mulldoon Legacy, by Jon Ingold
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The Mulldoon Murders, by Jon Ingold
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Murder at the Aero Club, by Penny Wyatt
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In this short game, you play as a detective investigating the murder of an ASAC inspector at the TAF Aero Club, eight hours away from Sydney. Let's hope you can solve the case quickly!

Murder at the Manor, by Obter9
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The year is 1936 and the murder of Lord Stagwood is your first big case as an Inspector of the Metropolitan Police, London. You play the part of Inspector Percival Pike, tasked with investigating the murder...

The Murder in the Fog, by Xiao Ru
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This cover image ramains property of its original owner.

Murder on the Big Nothing, by Tony Pisculli
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In its heyday, the Burlington-Northern Railroad criss-crossed the country, a favorite of tramps and vagabonds who called it... The Big Nothing.

Murphy's Law, by Scott Hammack
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Thing are looking up! After decades of scrimping and saving, you've finally pulled yourself out of debt. The only thing left standing between you and financial independence is one last mortgage payment. What...

Muse: An Autumn Romance, by Christopher Huang
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Early September, 1886. Autumn. The Victorian Era. The Rev. Dawson, 59, is off to the Continent and an unexpected Romance... [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Mushrooms Red As Meat, by A C Godliman
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A short illustrated journey around the fading memories of a quiet place, created for the TinyUtopia jam. (This is illustrator A C Godliman's second Twine game; requires full-screen and audio)

Music Education, by Bill Linney
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"A typical day in the life of a college music student." [--blurb from Competition '99]

My Angel, by Jon Ingold
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"I wake peacefully, and already she is there." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

My Evil Twin, by Carl Muckenhoupt
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After last night's all-nighter (I had an important report to do for work), I intended to sleep all through the day. But I can't afford to do that. Somewhere out there, my evil twin is plying his schemes, and...

my father's long, long legs, by michael lutz
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A weird tale. Some parts make use of sound, so this game is best played with headphones. One ending.

My First Stupid Game, by Dan McPherson
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My Mind's Mishmash, by Robert Street
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My Name is Jack Mills, by Juhana Leinonen
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My night, by Ivsaez
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You pick up a coach and you go with your best friends and the guy you like to your town house. You buy food, alcohol and tobacco. You are planning to have a party alone all weekend. Can there be a better...

The Myothian Falcon, by Andy Joel
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"That day, the 9th of June, 3145, started out like any other, perhaps a little hotter than usual. Then Maisy DeValle entered his office." Vic Gantry, P.I., has a new client. She is wanted for the murder of...

Myriad, by Porpentine
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branching outcomes of a fetid day. 115 nodes. suited for treaders, meat-eaters, plant-eaters, students, arthropods, starvers, and victims. inspired by HyperCard shareware adventures packed on cd-roms with...

The Mysterious Stories of Caroline, by Soham S
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Years ago, orphan Henry Smyth was saved off the streets when he was adopted by Katherine Kellner - only to run away a few years later. Now, he’s finally made a decent life for himself. His world is turned...

Mystery Fun House, by Scott Adams
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As Adventure #7 begins, you find yourself hopelessly lost in the middle of a carnival fun house. While escape may elude you, one thing is very clear -- you're NOT here to have a good time! Converted from...

Mystery House Makeover!, by Anonymous
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(author is Adam Cadre, but game is unsigned)

Mystery House Possessed, by Emily Short
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This intricate all-text reworking draws on the Gothic, as well as Clue, to simulate seven characters working to outwit the killer in their midst.

Mystery Manor, by Dana Crane
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"You have been driving down this dusty dirt road for nearly 45 minutes now, when a light rain begins to fall. You have spent the past two hours driving on the interstate, and are anxious to get to the manor,...

Mystery Science Theater 3000 Presents "Detective", by C. E. Forman, Graeme Cree, and Stuart Moore
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"A rewrite of Matt Barringer's incredibly bad game "Detective", this game was ported to Inform and subjected to treatment with Mystery Science Theater 3000 sarcasm. This version is the Silver Screen edition...

MythTale, by Temari Seikaiha
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In this game about Greek myths, you play as several characters. In the prologue and endgame, you are a hero who wants to make his destiny with the Golden Bowl of Artemis. In the main game, you are a...

Narcolepsy, by Adam Cadre
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The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket, by Ryan Veeder and Edgar Allan Poe
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A Real Novel by Edgar Allan Poe.

Nautilisia, by Ryan Veeder
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Your friend claims to be in a coma.

The Nemean Lion, by Anonymous
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Neon Haze, by Porpentine and Brenda Neotenomie
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Hold your name like oxygen in your lungs. A drifter with a number on her wrist descends into a massive neon structure.

Neon Nirvana, by Tony Woods
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Nevermore, by Nate Cull
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"A short tale of mystery and madness inspired by Poe's "The Raven"." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

A New Day, by Jonathan Fry
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For some reason, the author of this game died while writing it, and so you're stuck in an unfinished room. The author's creation, Winston, asks you to find out what happened. Can you finish an unfinished...

A New Life, by A O Muniz
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The Newcomer, by Jason Love
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The Ngah Angah School of Forbidden Wisdom, by Anssi Räisänen
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Night at the Computer Center, by bonni mierzejewska
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Someone has run off with one of the university's printers, and you, as a computer lab technician, must retrieve it if you want to keep your job. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

A Night at the Museum Forever, by Chris Angelini
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Retrieve the diamond ring from the time museum....

Night City 2020, by Hoper
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Le quartier dans lequel vous déambulez est mal fréquenté, et vous observez avec un certain amusement les gens accélérer le pas pour regagner leur studio, avant que les gangs du quartier ne prennent...

Night Driver, by David Dyte
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Night Guard / Morning Star, by Astrid Dalmady
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My mother made a deal. So here I am, working the night shift, alone with her work.

A Night Guest, by Valentine Kopteltsev
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"If you're fond of bad poetry, you'll like this one. Also, it probably would make a valid entry for the Inventory Comp." [--blurb from Competition Aught-One]

Night House, by Bitter Karella
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It looks different in the dark. You're eight years old. You wake up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom, but you soon realize that not everything is as it seems in the house tonight. Where has...

Night of Nights, by Grim
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Survive a monstrous masquerade in Night of Nights, navigating a perverse carnival where suffering is a prize and maladies are sought out as novelties. Choose an exquisitely crafted mask! Woo a mysterious...

NIGHTBOUND, by ProP
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You've just arrived in a new land. You've left your past where it belongs--hundreds of leagues across the sea--and you hope to start fresh. But all is not well in this new country, and you soon find yourself...

Nightfall, by Eric Eve
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The Enemy is expected to arrive at any moment. Staying behind is either the stupidest or the bravest thing you've ever done. Only one thing - or one person - could have made you stay. So now there's nothing...

Nightmare Adventure, by Laurence Emms, Vibha Laljani
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A clock, a wizard and a delicious secret. Solve the riddle to restore life to a town that has all but disappeared.

Nine Lives, by Merlin Fisher
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Le Grand Guignol entry in ECTOCOMP 2015.

Niney, by Daniel Spitz
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Explore the nature of relationships and identity on a weird train. Author's Comment: "We all ask ourselves, "Who am I?" One of the ways we try to answer this question is by examining the effects we have on...

Ninja, by Paul Allen Panks
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You are a lone ninja, protecting a shinto shrine of Japan. Your goal is to avoid capture by the Evil One, a deft ninja from a rival shrine. He is nearby, but you don't know exactly where. And it is dark...

Ninja II, by Paul Allen Panks
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It has been two years since the shinto shrine was attacked by the rival ninja clan. And yet, you find yourself again here... You are a ninja of peace, protecting the shinto shrine your grandfather built many...

Ninja's Fate, by Hannes Schueller
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Sent by his village elders to retrieve a stolen gold idol, a ninja finds himself in a Panksian world. Little does he know his true destiny is waiting for him here...

No Room, by Ben Heaton
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No Time To Squeal, by Mike Sousa and Robb Sherwin
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"He thought he saw a pantomime That queried his own deal: He looked again, and found it was A ticket to a meal. He thought he saw infanticide Per chance to make it real. 'I have but one regret,' he said:...

Nocked! True Tales of Robin Hood, by Andrew G. Schneider
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You are Robin of Locksley. Hounded from your home by the Sheriff of Nottingham, take control of your fate in this extravagant choose-your-own-adventure style role-playing game. Rob from the rich, rally the...

Nord and Bert Couldn't Make Head or Tail of It, by Jeff O'Neill
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You are standing at the edge of a barren field. A steady wind, having secreted away the topsoil, is now drifting sandy dirt across the plain. A scant sign of life here is a freshly-burrowed molehill on the...

The Northnorth Passage, by Caleb Wilson (as Snowball Ice)
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Oh no, the old family curse has flared up! This is a short story about limits to action.

Not Another Hero, by Cecilia Rosewood
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You're probably familiar with those stories where people suddenly develop mysterious powers, and save the day. Well, this isn't one of those. Not the 'saving the day' part, at least. In this game you'll play...

Not Just an Ordinary Ballerina, by Jim Aikin
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not knowing when the dawn will come, i open every door, by Patrick Fox
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A man goes home to a small town in Quebec to investigate rumours about a haunted house next door to his childhood home.

Not Much Time, by Tyson Ibele
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After a frantic and incoherent phone call from your Auntie, you've rushed over to her farmhouse to find out what's wrong. And when you do find her, you'll need to bring her a few things in order to fix the...

Not Quite a Sunset - a hypertext opera, by Kyle Rowan
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On an orbital space station in a distant star system, Dr. Sara Reyes leads a small team tasked with surveying a planet for potential settlement. A science-fiction story set to an original musical score....

Nouns, by Andrew Plotkin
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A hypertext fiction based on the They Might Be Giants song of the same name.

Nowhere Near Single, by kaleidofish
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A young woman in the entertainment industry struggles with harmonizing her public pop star persona and her private polyamorous life. Warning for mildly graphic content.

Nyna Lives, by Sarah Rhiannon Nowack
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The life of a witch's cat is no stroll in the park. It's more like a stroll through monster-infested woods, over temperamental streams, and across festering swamps. But you can handle it, right? Hurry home,...

The Obscene Quest of Dr. Aardvarkbarf, by Gary Roggin
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Ocean Beach, by James Banks
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You are waiting for the end of day.

Of Forms Unknown, by Chris Markwyn
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A game that starts off in a college room, soon to move on to other, stranger places. This game was influenced by Andrew Plotkin's "So Far." [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Off the Rails, by Katie Benson
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You're on your way to your parents for a very ordinary weekend. But you wish it wouldn't be so ordinary. What secrets are hidden in a mundane magazine? Where will the night take you? How far will you go to...

Off the Trolley, by Krisztian Kaldi
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Old Jim's Convenience Store, by Anssi Räisänen
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When you heard that Uncle Jim has left you his convenience store in his will, you were initially delighted. After all, you've always wanted to stand on your own, make your own money and get forward in life,...

Old Man's Tale, by Hugo Bourbon, Ludovic Moge, Gabrielle Cluzeau, Drice Siamer, Enzo Carleo
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Vous êtes face à un narrateur amnésique. Pour reconstituer son histoire vous devez lui rappeler des éléments de son récit. Les mots soulignés sont les mots que vous pouvez récupérer. Pour les conserver,...

The Oldest Hangover on Earth, by Marius Müller
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La Petite Mort entry in ECTOCOMP 2015.

Olivia's Orphanorium, by Sam Kabo Ashwell
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Sparky young entrepreneur Olivia sets out to fulfil her dream of running an orphanage. The beatings will continue until morale improves.

Ollie Ollie Oxen Free, by Carolyn VanEseltine
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"War may sometimes be a necessary evil. But no matter how necessary, it is always an evil, never a good. We will not learn how to live together in peace by killing each other's children." - Jimmy Carter

Ombre, by Andrew Plotkin
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Un jeu qui se passe dans votre appartement.

On Optimism, by Tim Lane
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A suicide attempt after a break-up leads to a metaphorical exploration of your ex-girlfriend's heart. ...

On the Farm, by Lenny Pitts
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"Visiting Grandma and Grandpa on the farm for the weekend is not your idea of a good time. Mom has told you countless stories about the great adventures she had growing up there. Days spent feeding the...

Onaar, by Robert DeFord
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Go to Onaar and become an Alchemist. Learn to make potions that allow you to survive and thrive in a dynamic, open-ended game world. Will you elevate your skills and vanquish the rogue wizard who threatens...

Once, by Chris Klimas
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Out of the TextFire "12-pack", this is an April's Fool game "demo" in which your grandmother has you weed her garden - when you suddenly find something much better to do. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Once and Future, by G. Kevin Wilson
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One Eye Open, by Caelyn Sandel (as Colin Sandel) and Carolyn VanEseltine
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Had you known the bloody history of Corona Labs, you would never have signed up as a test subject. But now, plunged into that history, surrounded by the damned and the dying, you must find the truth. Perhaps...

The One That Got Away, by Leon Lin
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Go fishing for 'The Old One'. Won 3rd place....

One way out, by Story by Steffen Görzig, Cover by Oliver Lindau
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On the left side, a man with his heart full of tears. On the right side, a woman with her head full of fears. On both sides, desperate beings seek to break out of spheres.

Only After Dark, by Gunther Schmidl
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""HERE BE DRAGONS" is what the rutter said, but the small island turned out to be free of those animals after all. Instead, you landed near a tiny village full of friendly natives. Aaah, shore leave! You...

Open Sorcery, by Abigail Corfman
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You are online. You are fire and order. You are here to protect. ---- "Open Sorcery" is a game about technology, magic and becoming a person. It follows the development of an Elemental Firewall--a creature...

Open That Vein, by Chandler Groover
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You are going to open that vein. La Petite Mort entry in ECTOCOMP 2015.

Opening Night, by David Batterham
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You stepped off the streetcar moments ago, halting before the grand facade of the Marquis Theatre. You have come to see your idol, the Broadway star Miranda Lily, performing in all her dizzying glory. [blurb...

Operate!, by Cody Sandifer
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Operation Extraction, by Ming-Yee Iu
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Rescue Dr. Galland, a bio-weapons specialist, from the Dawn Militia.

Oppositely Opal, by Buster Hudson
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You've practiced long and hard for PotionComp, but Grusilda won't give up her title so easily. UGH! Curse that Grusilda! A one-room potion-brewing spell-casting parser puzzler, where things might go opposite...

Order, by John Evans
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You play as a spirit who delights in solving puzzles summoned by an enclave of wizards into a realm where matter is less stable and energy is plentiful. You have been gifted with the power to create what you...

Orevore Courier, by Brian Rapp
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Origins, by Vincent Zeng and Chris Martens
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"Origins" is a story of the individual, potentially convergent paths of two people making their way through Pittsburgh. There are two available modes, a "myopic" view wherein the player controls a single...

The Orion Agenda, by Ryan Weisenberger
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Ostrich, by Jonathan Laury
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A new government's coming. A populist government looking to shake up the status quo. Your job in the Advertising Corrections Team is safe enough, but as tensions rise and regulations tighten you know that...

Our Boys in Uniform, by Megan Stevens
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Our Darkest Thoughts, by Jesse Villa
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You have no recollection of how and why you ended up there. Find your way out of the darkness. Trigger Warning: Suicide, depression

The Ouroboros Trap, by Chad Ordway
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Stop me if you've heard this one before: You wake up alone in a room with no memories of how you got there and no way out. Oh, you have heard that one? Well, okay. Well, I guess you'll just have to trust me...

Out, by Viktor Sobol
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It's a wonderful morning, and you're ready to come out.

Out of the Study, by Anssi Räisänen
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Out West, by veoviscool12
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Out in the dusty wastelands of the West, everyone must be his own master. Self-reliance is required, and strangers are distrusted - or shot. You are one of these hardened men, trying to eke out an existence...

Outsided, by Chad Elliott
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"You are about to have the worst day of your life..." [--blurb from Competition '99]

The Owl Consults, by Thomas Mack, Nick Mathewson, and Cidney Hamilton
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Once you've established yourself as the ruler of the crime world (and, eventually, the literal world), the only challenge left is helping out the next generation of supervillains---for a suitable fee, of...

Oxygen, by Benjamin Sokal
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An explosion rattles the Aegis mining station and the oxygen tanks are leaking. Who gets the remaining oxygen and who will perish? The choice is up to you, a lowly technician trapped in an access conduit.

P. Mason und der Schlitzerhans und die Busenkathi, by Sophie Fruehling
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Ein spitzer Schrei. Rumpeln. Schritte... ...lauter... ...leiser... Stille. Unsanft wirst Du aus der Ruhe deines Wellness-Wochenendes herausgerissen und mußt den Mörder der Toten aus dem Heubad finden. 2....

Pac-Man, by Anonymous
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(author is Adam Cadre, but game is unsigned)

Packrat, by Bill Powell
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Panoptique, by Hugo Labrande, Nighten Dushi
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Encore un peu de temps en salle de surveillance, et ça sera l’heure de votre pause. Concentrez vous sur les douze écrans devant vous. Faites un rapport pour chaque comportements suspect ou visant à troubler...

The Paper Bag Princess, by Adri
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Princess Elizabeth is about to marry the love of her life when a dragon attacks the castle and kidnaps her betrothed. Based on a book of the same name by Robert Munsch, with permission.

A Paper Moon, by Andrew Krywaniuk
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Paradise, by Devine Lu Linvega
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A multiplayer library, endless and sleepless.

Paradox Corps, by John Evans
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parasite, by Porpentine
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trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9tGJapK-jI made for the new inquiry, to coincide with my interview: http://thenewinquiry.com/essays/beautiful-weapons/

Parasites, by Marius Müller
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On a remote island, you have to make a decision in a war you don't fully understand. 4th place in the 2012 Ectocomp.

a partial list of things for which i am grateful, by Devon Guinn
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i hope that this list will never be finished

Party Foul, by Brooks Reeves
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You're cornered, trapped. There seems to be no escape. You aren't in a jail cell. No, you're in the cocktail party from hell and only by using your wits and luck are you going to get out of this suburb...

A Party to Murder, by David Good
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In financial difficulties, you go to meet with a neighbor during a party. However, he seems to be missing. Where could he be? And who are these mysterious party guests? Watch out for the police, they seem to...

Pas De Deux, by Linus Åkesson
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Striding into the spotlight, you smile as you look out over the crowd. It's a good turnout tonight. Now it is up to the Bournebrook Rill Community Orchestra and you, maestro Nevada Elmsbee, to deliver a...

Pascal's Wager, by Doug Egan
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"The original Pascal's Wager was essentially a cost/benefit analysis of religious faith. However, Blaise Pascal (a 17th century Catholic) disregarded the possible existence of non-Christian Gods. This game...

Pass the Banana, by Admiral Jota
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PataNoir, by Simon Christiansen
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The Baron's daughter is missing, and you are the man to find her. No problem. With your inexhaustible arsenal of hard-boiled similes, there is nothing you can't handle.

Pathfinder, by Tony Woods
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Patrick, by michael lutz
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A very short game about having an uncomfortable conversation with a vaguely sinister white guy. One ending. Or is there? Ask a friend to play and then compare notes.

The Pawn, by Rob Steggles, Peter Kemp, Hugh Steers, Ken Gordon, and Geoff Quilley
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The Pawn is an adventure game set in the magical world of Kerovnia during a period of tremendous social upheaval. Recently, King Erik, the present ruler of the land, has started to lose his hold on the...

Pegasus, by Michael Kielstra
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Pegasus: the best friend of a democracy and the worst enemy of a dictator. Their Agents safeguard the liberty of the people around the world. Trained by and armed with the best humanity has to offer, they...

Pen and Paint, by Owen Parish
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The People's Glorious Revolutionary Text Adventure Game, by Taylor Vaughan
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Sure, there's only five of you against a world full of reactionaries, but you have Revolutionary Spirit! You can't possibly fail. Nothing can stand in your way! Now if only you could find your Revolutionary...

Perdition's Flames, by Michael J. Roberts
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The afterlife isn't what you expected. Explore a strangely modernized and bureaucratic underworld, replete with strip malls, government offices, and science labs, as well as the occasional lake of molten...

The Periwink, by Jedediah Berry
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It's your last day as her ladyship's groundskeeper—but you still have a little work left to do. A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

Persistence of Memory, by Jason Dyer
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Personality Rights, by Sumana Harihareswara
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Phantom: Caverns of the Killer, by Brandon Coker
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Phlegm, by Jason Dyer
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You've found it at last - the chest containing the Treasure of Phlegm. Now, all you need to do is get it down from the tree. A cannon could help, if you can find the tools necessary to fire it... [--blurb...

Photograph: A Portrait of Reflection, by Steve Evans
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Photograph was an entry in the 2002 IFComp, in which it placed 3rd out of 38 entries. It was also nominated for two XYZZY awards, "Best Player Character" & "Best Use Of Medium". It's a story-driven, almost...

Photopia, by Adam Cadre
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Phred Phontious and the Quest for Pizza, by Michael Zey
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The Royal Court Jester wants his pizza, and he wants it quickly. So his chef, Chet, sends you out to get all the necessary items. Along the way, you discover there just might be something going on......

The Physiognomist's Office, by Christina Nordlander
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Find a way to escape the clinic. Try not to think about the things you see. A short escape-the-room game, created in three hours. La Petite Mort entry in ECTOCOMP 2015.

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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Pick Up The Phone Booth And Die, by Rob Noyes
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A very short game. Whatever you do, do not pick up the phone booth; well, you can guess from the title what happens if you do. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

The Pickpocket, by Alex Weldon
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"A short game, with about 20 rooms and 10 puzzles, in which you are attempting to chase down the pickpocket who stole your money pouch. The author's first attempt at IF." [--blurb from Competition...

Piece of Mind, by Giles Boutel
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Piece of Mind is a short, humorous work which uses the first person "puppet" concept from Scott Adams and other early games and examines the possible causes and consequences of being so controlled by the...

Pilgrimage, by Víctor Ojuel
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Leave Rome in the dead of night. Pursue an hermetic quest throughout Medieval Europe. Find arcane knowledge or utter despair. Blessings of Babylon.

Pintown, by Stefan Blixt
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As you are leaving your home, you must return the keys to your small home to the janitor. First, however, you must transform yourself into a human being again, and clean up a bit. [--blurb from The Z-Files...

Piracy 2.0, by Sean Huxter
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Admiral Copeland entrusted you with a mission to bring a pirate to trial. En-route the pirate's band attacks, boards your ship and kills your crew, throwing you into the brig. But you're not going to let...

Pirate Adventure, by Scott Adams and Alexis Adams
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Only by exploring this strange island will you be able to uncover the clues necessary to lead you to your elusive goal -- recovering the lost treasures of Long John Silver. Converted from original code by...

Pirateship, by Robin Johnson
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Who doesn't love pirates? Who, that is, apart from the British, the Spanish, the French, the Dutch, innkeepers, crocodiles, flying children, other pirates, merchant seamen with valuable cargoes of gold and...

Pit of the Condemned, by Matthew Holland
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Hundreds of years ago those who built the city disappeared. Years ago we found the city and stole all we could. Soon after we woke the beast. Now we don't go there, except to send criminals for exile and...

The PK Girl, by Robert Goodwin, Helen Trevillion, Nanami Nekono, and Oya-G
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The Plague - Redux, by Laurence Moore
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Planet C, by Mark Carew
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Welcome to planet C and its small but growing colony of survivors from Earth. YOU are in charge of power generation, food production and limiting pollution. Land the ships carrying the colonists and...

Planet of the Infinite Minds, by Alfredo Garcia
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""All that is secular is given over to rudeness and capricious violence. The Mohammedan principle -- the enlightenment of the Oriental World -- is the first to contravene this barbarism and caprice." (G.W.F....

Planetfall, by Steve Meretzky
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"Join the Patrol, and see the Galaxy!" You took the poster's advice, bait and all, and marched right over to the recruitment station near your home on the backwater planet of Gallium. Images of exotic...

The Plant, by Michael J. Roberts
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You're on a business trip with your boss, driving down a deserted highway in the middle of nowhere, when the car breaks down. You set off on foot seeking help, but you soon find yourself in the middle of a...

The Play, by Dietrich Squinkifer (Squinky)
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Pull yourself together, Ainsley. Just one more rehearsal until the big day, assuming nothing catastrophic happens. But really, all you have to do is get your motley crew of actors to run their parts once...

Playing Games, by Kevin Jackson-Mead
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One of the four games in the meta-puzzle for IF Comp 2011. See http://gameshelf.jmac.org/2011/11/cold-iron-my-very-short-if-entry-in-the-comp/ for a short synopsis of the meta-puzzle.

Please Help Me, by Phillip J Rhoades
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Help the person on the other end of the machine get free. You find a small black box with a keyboard and a little screen buzzing and flashing at you. When you pick it up, you see the numbers "1979" scratched...

Plundered Hearts, by Amy Briggs
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In the 17th century, the seas are as wild as the untamed heart of a young woman. But when you set out on the schooner Lafond Deux, bound for the West Indies, your thoughts are only of your ailing father who...

Pogoman GO!, by Jack Welch and Ben Collins-Sussman
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The world is full of Pogomen, and now that you don’t have a job or family to worry about, you might as well get back to it!

Polendina, by Christopher Lewis
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In this game, you play as an adult who inexplicably wakes up in an abbreviated and sparsely furnished version of their childhood home. The story will touch on the dog you wanted but never had, the way your...

Polish the Glass , by Keltie Wright
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An odd story about a child, a bar, and something hiding in the glass. Does contain sound, recommend checking settings and using headphones for best experience. Mature content. There is only one ending.

Pong, by Stephen Granade
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Poor Zefron's Almanac, by Carl Klutzke
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Poppet, by Bitter Karella
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A ragdoll awakes in an empty house. You're not sure how long you've been asleep. You're not sure where you are. And, worst of all, you're not sure what happened to the girl who once treasured you as her...

Portcullis, by Robin Johnson
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Your home town, Portcullis, has been taken over by an evil sorcerer (because that's what evil sorcerers do) and a party of adventurers has arrived to overthrow him (because that's what adventurers do.) An...

Porter Cave Adventure, by Cam Miller
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A text adventure about history and game design.

Powers of Two, by B Minus Seven
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RITUAL||BLINKS Made for the Tiny Utopias Jam.

Praser 5, by Andrew Plotkin
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The Price of Freedom: Innocence Lost, by Briar Rose
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Primer, by Christina Nordlander
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Pulling the trigger. Winnable. Made in three hours for ECTOCOMP 2017. Content warning: violence against a family member.

The Primrose Path, by Nolan Bonvouloir
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You've been having a series of nightmares about Leo, standing at the edge of a cliff. No matter what you do, a bell rings and Leo disappears over the edge . . .

Prized Possession, by Kathleen M. Fischer
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"Winter, 1182 "Stay close," your mother whispers, wrapping her arms around you, pulling you back into the folds of her silky blue kirtle. She rests her check upon your head. "It will all be over soon."...

The Problems Compound, by Andrew Schultz
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Wherein you, Alec Smart, turn what's-thats into that's-whats.

Prodly the Puffin, by Jim Crawford and Craig Timpany
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Professor Frank, by Laurence Kilday
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You play as the absentminded Professor Frank, noted Scottish expert in newts, but nothing else. You wake up locked inside the Auldtoon Public Library and soon discover that several characters from various...

The Profile, by Mike Snyder
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Rain pours, and with it, distant thunder. You approach the house, perhaps quickly. Your boots leave muddy footprints on the steps. It's cold. It's dark. The time is between 2:30 and 4:00 AM; you're not...

Project Delta, by Emilian Kowalewski
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The Course is a short prequel to Project Delta, a CYOA-style text adventure inspired by Area 51 conspiracy theories, set in its own universe and scripted in "Node-X", a game system developed by the author...

Project Hyrax: Beyond Time , by MidnightOwl Studios
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A time capsule was accidentally activated. Dr. Alex and his team members were tossed into the past, and no one has heard from them ever since. What could have happened to them in an era of at least 50 000...

Prospero, by Bruno Dias
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A prince and his courtiers retreat to his palace to hide from a deadly plague. Adapted from EA Poe's The Masque of the Red Death.

Psyche's Lament, by John Sichi and Lara Sichi
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Psychomanteum, by Hanon Ondricek
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Every year your friend hosts a Halloween party where guests are expected to complete three dares. This is the third. A Grand Guignol entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

PTBAD 3, by Jonathan BERMAN
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An execise in fake surreality

PTBAD6.5: The URL That Didn't Work or Have You Seen the Muffin Man? He Is Quite Large, by Jonathan Berman
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PTGOOD 8*10^23, by Sartre Malvolio
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The Public Tarot, by Marilyn Roxie
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A generative tarot reader by Marilyn Roxie. The Public Tarot was made with open-source, interactive fiction software Twine. Purple text indicates word associations with the 78 Rider-Waite tarot images given...

Pumping!, by Stephen Granade
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Pumpkin Night, by Eleanor Hingley
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Punk Points, by Jim Munroe
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"It's the first day of high school and you've decided to give yourself a mohawk. Now you've gotta stand up to teachers, impress peers and make a name for yourself until you've earned enough Punk Points to...

Purple, by Stefan Blixt
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Another Earth, another time. War. Disaster. Death. Air travel. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Pyramid of Doom, by Scott Adams and Alvin Files
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This is an Adventure that will transport you to a dangerous land of crumbling ruins and trackless desert wastes into the PYRAMID OF DOOM! Jewels, gold -- it's all here for the plundering -- IF you can find...

Pytho's Mask, by Emily Short
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On the Night of the Comet, the usual astrological bonds do not hold, and the order of the universe is threatened. It is a time made for rebels and usurpers, and all who would claim the kingdom for...

The Pyxis Memo: On Resurrecting the Free Web, by Lyle Skains
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The Fracture of 2018 ended the United States as we know it. The fear, the violence, the bombs...where did it all orginate? And can the box of destruction be closed once it's been laid open? The Pyxis Memo is...

The Queen's Menagerie, by Chandler Groover
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These beasts won't feed themselves. A puzzleless exhibition. Ten to fifteen minutes.

Queer In Public: A Brief Essay, by Norbez
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A discussion on how the Christian community talks about LGBTQ+ issues and people, and how thing can improve in the future.

Quest for the Traitor Saint, by Owlor
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As the only diplomat of a doomed island nation, you need to learn the culture and customs of the Horses in order to succeed with your mission. These aliens are outwardly friendly, but secretive to a fault....

Questor's Quest, by Mark Stahl
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You’re a young man, on an adventure far from home, in search of a legendary treasure locked up inside an ivory tower. Forgot to pack? Incredibly deep pockets, but nothing in them? No problem. I’m sure...

Quickfire, by Sean M. Shore
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The sun has not even risen when the Elves rouse you from your rest. You've slept far too little since last night's bloodbath, but it's time once again for battle. You sharpen your blades and head to the...

Quiet, by Martyna "Lisza" Wasiluk
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A conversation where your voice bears no words.

A Quiet Evening at Home, by Anonymous
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They say you should write what you know. Sorry.

R (Pron: Arrr...), by therealeasterbunny
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Ye be the Dread (but handsome n' quite nice on occasion) Pirate Goattybeard. Ye quest? Why, it be t'get the treasure and rescue ye wench o'course! There be sharks, grog, caves, bones, an' all manner o'...

The Race, by Andy Why
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It felt like a dream. Just three days ago you were going about your normal business when your life figuratively and literally went around a corner into an old lady carrying hot coffee. Apologetically, she...

Rage Quest: Disciple of Peace, by John Ayliff
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When Valtash the War God created orcs he gave them an inner rage that constantly urged them towards violence. A few orcs learned to use meditation to control this rage, and founded a remote monastery where...

Raik, by Harry Giles
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A Scots fantasia about anxiety Featuring kelpies, lost keys, mysteriously-lit underground caverns, boring work, panic attacks and red hair. Raik is written in Scots, one of the languages of Scotland, with a...

Railways of Love, by Provodnik Games
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They have feelings for each other. They are doomed to part. Train wheels click-clack monotonously. The ring of existence remains intact. Only you can break it giving the protagonists a chance for happiness....

Raising the Flag on Mount Yo Momma, by Juhana Leinonen
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Gus is a smug numbskull who doesn't deserve to have the insult battle championship. You are here to take the title from him with the best yo momma insults there are. You just have to find them first. Raising...

Ralph, by Miron Schmidt
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In this short excourse you play a dog. It doesn't matter what race, though it's probably a male dog (hence the name 'Ralph'). What matters is that you know you have buried a bone last year, which you now...

Ramon and Jonathan, by Daniele A. Gewurz
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Randomized Escape, by Yvan Uh
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It is late night in the middle of this silent street. What did you come to find? You slowly stand up trying to remember where you are, and how you ended up here. Half asleep, you start walking. Maybe you'll...

rat chaos, by Winter Lake
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The Rats in the Bulkheads, by Bruno Dias
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All you have to do is make it inside and fire thrusters to adjust the derelict's course. Content warning: This game contains written depictions of disturbing material, including gore and suicide.

Re: Dragon, by Jack Welch
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Something went dreadfully wrong in last year's IFFComp. Now a diabolical lawyer representing a cabal of angry dragons threatens to sue the Interactive Fiction Technological Freedom Foundation into oblivion...

REALLY, IF / REALLY, ALWAYS, by Dawn Sueoka
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An experiment in human-mediated computer-computer interaction.

The Realm, by Michael Sheldon
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Recess At Last, by Gerald Aungst
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After endless months of indoor recess, an eager student's plan to try out his brand new sneakers is thwarted by one missing assignment. [blurb from IF Comp 2008]

Reconciling Mother, by Plone Glenn
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Recorded, by Nick Junius
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Sometimes we lose the things most precious to us and must look for them in unlikely, or sometimes likely places. You have lost your voice and find yourself in a place you do not recognize with its own loss...

The Recruit, by Mike Sousa
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Try your hand at the Real Life Interactive Gaming Simulacra! You'll face a variety of challenges and simulations and have a chance to win some money and great prizes. Apply today!

Recursion., by Adrian Belmes
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A digital-born hypertext produced in Twine for the San Diego State University 2018 Electronic Literature Competition. The work is a non-linear exploration of the extremes to which individuals will go in...

Red Moon, by Jonathan Hay
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In this short one-room game, you play as a young former football player somehow trapped by fear in a wooden hut with your sister. It's frighteningly dark in the hut, save for the red light that shines...

Redemption, by Kathleen M. Fischer
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Redeye, by John Pitchers
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Waking from a big night out, Stanley finds himself at a bikie bar in outback Australia in alot of trouble with the law.

Redstone, by Fred
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A VIP's been murdered at the reservation casino. As the deputy on call, it's up to you to find the killer. You have until morning before the FBI turns up the heat. Redstone is a parser/choice hybrid designed...

Reels, by Tyler Zahnke
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Reference and Representation: An Approach to First-Order Semantics, by Ryan Veeder
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Violence is the answer to this one.

Refugee, by Mark C. Marino
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Nine refugees embark on an odyssey aboard a raft, exchanging tales of jealous gods and proxy wars while trying to reach safety. Author's Comment: "The global political forces are playing out in a...

The Relief of Impact, by Ghoulnoise
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A game about sleep paralysis. Things to Note -this game contains descriptions of violence, use caution. -this game contains flashing images and patterns, please be careful if you are sensitive to this. -much...

The Reluctant Resurrectee, by David Whyld
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Rematch, by Andrew D. Pontious
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Remedial Witchcraft, by dgtziea
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Lina is a first year student studying magic. Lina isn't doing very well at her classes. Lina is apprenticing for the Witch of Howling Woods because no one else would take her. Tonight, Lina has messed up...

Remember Remember, by Chandler Cash
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A horror game where you play as Sarah Timbers trying to find a way out away from the voices going on inside your head.

Remembrance, by Casey Tait
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rendition, by nespresso
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They caught Abdul during an insurgency in the east. He tried to take out a regiment with some home-made explosives strapped to his chest. They didn't explode, so pretty soon the coalition had a real live...

Renga in Four Parts, by Jason Dyer
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This is interactive poetry: you can type particular words that occur in the text, or words that are implied. You can be entirely experiential and use word-association. Keep in mind that what you type is much...

Rent-A-Spy, by John Eriksson
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Requiem, by David Whyld
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Research Dig, by Chris Armitage
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An apparently straight-forward archeological research dig at an old English churchyard leads to something not quite the norm... [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Resonance, by Matt Scarpino
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Restless, by Emily Short
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You've been haunting old Mrs Fagles for decades. Now she's sold the house, and the new owner's moved in. Sylvie's broke, bad at plumbing, and anxious about everything. And with a living, breathing, fretting...

Return to Camelot, by Finn Rosenløv
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One minute you're at your office worrying about your finances and the next you're face to face with Merlin the wizard of Camelot. If you help him protect Queen Guinevere, he'll help you get back to your own...

Return to Ditch Day, by M.J. Roberts
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It's been a decade since you graduated, but now it looks like you're going to have to solve one more Ditch Day stack.

Return to Zork: Another Story, by Stefano Canali
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Revenge, by forta
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Today marks the anniversary of the death of Clara, your wife.

Revenge of the Killer Surf Nazi Robot Babes from Hell, by David Dyte
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Out of the TextFire "12-pack", this is an April's Fool game "demo" that lets you play a cool surf dude who has to save the world from the Killer Surf Nazi Robot Babes from Hell! [--blurb from The Z-Files...

Reverberations, by Russell Glasser
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Surely it is too much to expect for you, a mere pizza delivery boy and surfing fanatic, to foil the attempted escape of a notorious criminal from custody, avoid numerous murder attempts, find the gang the...

Review of Life on Mars?, by Stephen Granade
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As part of the IF Comp review collective project, Emily Short asked Stephen Granade — scientist and science educator, author of space escape game Fragile Shells, and former IF Comp organizer — to look at...

The Richard Mines, by Evan Wright
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Czechoslovakia, 1949. Though World War Two has been over for several years, rumors of underground German factories still persist. No one has found found yet, until now...

Río Alto: Forgotten Memories, by Ambrosio
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Luis couldn't stop reliving that day, the very same day he decided to dig into Felisa's silences, into Juana's sadness, into Marta's lies, into Mr. Eustaquio's cowardice... into his own troubled life. What...

Riot, by Taylor Johnson
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Your city is burning. Parker, a riot control officer, is thrust into the heat of his first riot when one mistake changes everything. Now he wanders through the bedlam, harbouring a deadly secret.

Rip Retold, by Hipolito
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A twist on a sleepy old classic.

Rippled Flesh, by Ryan Stevens
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You wake, as a balding, plump middle aged man, in what appears to be a house of horrors. How did you get here? What is going on? [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Risorgimento Represso, by Michael J. Coyne
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Rite of Passage, by Arno von Borries
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A comedy in four parts about exciting games of instinct and wits, set in childhood. Not necessarily for children.

Rites of a Mailmare, by Owlor
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You are a Mailmare, delivering letters across the Lucidious Archipelago. Using the art of Oneiromancy you can remove the obstacles that stand in your way. The game sends you on a randomized journey across an...

Ritual of Purification, by Jarek Sobolewski
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Tha' art a magician, embarked on an astral projection. Danger. Romance, perhaps. Learning, maybe... [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Riverside, by Jeremy Crockett and Victor Janmey
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In this incomplete mystery, you play as a man named Mike who feels obligated to investigate the murder of his psychiatrist friend John. CAUTION: Contains read-authors'-minds issues and an aburpt troll...

Roads in Tempest, by Adam Bredenberg
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Open-world abstract tirade / Experimental explore-em-up character study

Roads Not Taken, by Doug Egan
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A lesson on finding one's path through the trees.

Robin & Orchid, by Ryan Veeder and Emily Boegheim
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High school journalists spend the night in a church, investigating reports of a ghost.

Robot Finds Kitten, by David Griffith, Leonard Richardson
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robotsexpartymurder, by Hanon Ondricek
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When suspects and witnesses are “property, not people,” how should those who seek the truth proceed? Date robots. Avert scandal. Bring protection. Contains descriptive adult content, language, sexuality, and...

The Rocket Man From The Sea, by Janos Honkonen
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On the old pilot station island, where you live with your parents, the war fought with Earth and Martian rocket-ships and Atomic Heat Rays exist only in the sonorous voice of the newscaster on the radio, and...

Rogue of the Multiverse, by C.E.J. Pacian
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Congratulations, convict 76954! You have been selected for scientific experimentation! You will be matter-transmitted to exotic non-Treaty worlds - where opportunities abound to take in fantastic sights and...

The Role of Music in Your Life, by Five Dials
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What is it? It's a questionnaire. But don't ask too many questions. The subject is music. That's about all you need to know.

The Roscovian Palladium, by Ryan Veeder
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Humans are constantly appropriating rat culture. King Roscoe thought to use this to his advantage.

Rover's Day Out, by Jack Welch and Ben Collins-Sussman
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Three hundred years ago, the Brazilian Space Agency discovered a rocky exoplanet only 38 light years from Earth. With a surface temperature of 1200 Celsius and nine times Earth gravity, it's hardly the sort...

Rox, by L. Ross Raszewski
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RPG-ish, by Stuart Lilford
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A micro-RPG made for Twiny Jam (make a Twine game using 300 words or less).

Ruined Robots, by Nicholas Dudek, Gregory Dudek, and Natasha Dudek
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Ruiness, by Porpentine Charity Heartscape
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Run of the place, by WDx1F479K
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*** CONTENT WARNING *** Game output may contain vile racist language and who knows what else. Note that you may need to download a Floo interpreter for your system. side Beta, "Hot to Trot" edition

Running Down a Dreamland, by Wes Eas
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An entry in ShuffleComp: Disc 2. Inspired by :"The Big Strong Man" by The Big Strong Man, "Runnin' Down a Dream" by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, "Super Mario Bros OST" by Koji Kondo, and "1983...(A...

Sabotage on the Century Cauldron, by Thomas de Graaff
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Sacrifice, by Hamish McIntyre
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You are a dungeon! Consume adventurers trying to explore you. - Written by Hamish McIntyre. Art by Philadelphia Hanson-Viney.

Saint City Sinners, by dgallagher
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Hey you! Yeah, you! You think you have what it takes to be a detective? I mean a real, steel-oats-eating kind of detective that names your fists and barely cries at the end of Marley and Me? If so, prepare...

Salt, by Gareth Damian Martin
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The beach is a strip of heat. You stand knee deep in the water, facing out to sea. Familiar voices shimmer behind your head. You take a breath, and then begin. - A game about swimming, thinking and the...

Sam and Leo Go To The Bodega, by Richard Goodness
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One day, Sam Dellaria and Leo Akane dropped acid and went to a bodega. This is their story.

San Francisco, 2118, by Leah Case
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The sun is disappearing, your mother is lost. You don’t know why.

Santa Carcossa Nights, by Bitter Karella
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Sardoria, by Anssi Räisänen
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You play as a young villager who is attempting warn the king about an imminent attack at nightfall. The castle guards, not believing your tale, have imprisoned you in the castle's wine cellar. You must...

Saturdays, by verityvirtue
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"The gateway opens once a week. Tomorrow I'm going in." Three schoolkids discover something very, very bad in an abandoned school. Originally written for the A Game By its Cover jam. Submitted to ECTOCOMP...

Savage Island, Part I, by Scott Adams
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A small island holds an awesome secret -- will you be able to discover it? This is the beginning of a two-part Adventure. NOTE: This one's a toughie -- for experienced Adventurers only! WARNING! The Z-Code...

Savage Island, Part II, by Scott Adams and Russ Wetmore
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The suspense begun in Adventure #10 now comes to an incredible conclusion with SAVAGE ISLAND PART II! This Adventure requires you to have successfully finished #10, wherein you were given the secret password...

Save Princeton, by Jacob Weinstein and Karine Schaefer
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"Have you ever wanted to kill somebody by feeding them school food? To hobnob with F. Scott Fitzgerald? To be single-handedly responsible for the salvation or destruction of one of the oldest universities in...

Save the World in 7 Moves, by chintokkong
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Aliens are invading earth with flying cups and flying saucers! And you have only 7 moves to make before the end. Can you save the world in time?

Saving John, by Josephine Tsay
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Scarlet Sails, by Felicity Banks
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Hoist the Jolly Roger and set sail to find the legendary Titan’s Treasure! Do you fight with a cutlass, or with your magical skill? Are you biding your time until you can shoot your captain in the back, or...

Scars, by Olivia Dunlap
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A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

Scavenger, by Quintin Stone
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Search a war-shattered world for secrets of the past.

Schroedinger's Cat, by James Willson
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SCP-3939 [NUMBER RESERVED; AWAITING RESEARCHER], by Croquembouche
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This is a multiple-choice game that exists on the SCP-Wiki, a site dedicated to creative 'containment procedures' for fictional anomalies.

Screen, by Edward Floren
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SCREW YOU, BEAR DAD!, by Xalavier Nelson Jr.
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SCREW YOU, BEAR DAD! is a game about puns, rampant drug use, learning to enjoy life despite uncertainty, and elderly women in attack helicopters. Also - bears. [Note: game contains strong language, and brief...

Scroll Thief, by Daniel M. Stelzer
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Not a single spell! After two full years of study! Every Enchanter—every mortal with the power to change very nature of the universe with their words—has a spell book! Filled with words of power collected...

The Sea Eternal, by Lynnea Glasser
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In the enchanted underwater City of Glass, what will you sacrifice for immortality? Love, memories, freedom? Will you take freedom from others to win your heart's desire? Dive into a world of mermaids,...

The Sealed Room, by Robert DeFord
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In this tiny game, you play as a man who briefly meets an old man on a park bench before he inexplicably teleports you away. When the magical mist dissolves, you find yourself in an exit-less stone chamber...

Search for the Ultimate Weapon, by Sharon Lynn Chu Yew Yee
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The interactive fiction is very loosely based on the story of Wu Mei, a legendary Kung Fu nun during the Qing Dynasty in China. She is said to be the founder of various Chinese martial arts such as Wu Mei...

Seastalker, by Stu Galley, Jim Lawrence
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There's something down there in the ocean, something terrifying. And you have to face it - because only you can save the Aquadome, the world's first undersea research station. The alarm sounds and your...

Second Story, by Fred Snyder
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You retired from The Game six years ago. Your brother had other ideas. Now he's in big trouble with a crew that won't hesitate to kill him, and the only way to save his skin is to dust off the old tools...

Secret Agent Cinder, by Emily Ryan
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Play as a revolutionary agent Cinder. Your mission is to infiltrate the Royal Ball, dodge the guards and steal the Secret Military Plans, all before midnight. The opulence of Versailles disgusts you as you...

Secret Mission, by Scott Adams
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In this exciting Adventure, time is of the essence as you race the clock to complete your mission in time -- or else the world's first automated nuclear reactor is doomed! If you survive this challenging...

the secret of vegibal island, by ralf tauscher
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A tourist searching for total boredomness slips into an adventure and accidentally reveals the secret of a famous point'n'click adventure trilogy that never was. Maybe you want to visit "that island" again...

The Secret Vaults of Kas the Betrayer, by A.E. Jackson
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Earthquakes have been reported in a region south of the city. A landslide has cleared large swaths of land away from a massive granite wall buried deep under the hillside. This granite wall is merely the...

Seedship, by John Ayliff
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An AI ship full of frozen colonists must find the best planet to be the new home of the human race.

Seeking Ataraxia, by Glass Rat Media
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A simulation of what it's like to live with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, balancing life, relationships and neurosis on your quest toward peace.

Sensory Jam, by Andrew Plotkin
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Sentencing Mr Liddell, by I-K. Huuhtanen
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"The time has come", the Teacher says, "to talk of many sins: of wives and mums and unloved sons (of where it all begins), and why it's really all your fault, and whether no-one wins."

Seven Bullets, by Cloud Buchholz
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You're a skilled assassin ready to retire, but before you can call it quits, the Boss kidnaps your little sister, and now you need to use your arsenal of deadly skills to get her back. Will you make the...

Shackles of Control, by Sly Merc
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It was a normal day at school, but then that was gone. Teachers? Gone. Students? Also gone. You? Not gone.

Shade, by Andrew Plotkin
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"A one-room game set in your apartment." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

Shades of Gray, by Mark Baker, Steve Bauman, Belisana, Mike Laskey, Judith Pintar, Cindy Yans, and Hercules
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The Shadow in the Cathedral, by Ian Finley and Jon Ingold
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When the monks took me, aged six months, into their care, they named me Wren. Maybe because I was small, insignificant, and happy to eat any crumbs they threw my way. But these days I'm Wren, 2nd Assistant...

The Shadow Witch, by Healy
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It's a beautiful new morning. Time to work some evil into the world.

shadows on the mirror, by Chrysoula Tzavelas
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I am falling, I am fading, I am drowning, help me to breathe...

The Shape of Our Container, by Rocketnia
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You open your eyes as the breeze settles around you. The clouds proceed slowly through the sky, and the ground is flat and white for as far as it goes. "What were you dreaming about?" ze says, zir hand...

Shattered Memory, by Akbarr
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The first English translation of Andrés Viedma Peláez's Olvido Mortal. (The second translation was Nick Montfort's Dead Reckoning.) This translation was entered in the 2001 IF comp.

She's Actual Size, by Jake Eakle
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She's Got a Thing for a Spring, by Brent VanFossen
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It's been a hectic year, and it's time to get away. He told you that, and you agreed. Now you're here, in a grove of aspen, and long for a good, long bath in the nearby hot spring. [--blurb from The Z-Files...

sheep here, by Teaspoon
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A pasture full of non-procedurally-generated grass for you, a sheep, to eat. Created for the Tiny Utopia Jam.

Shelter from the Storm, by Eric Eve
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It is set in October 1940. Jack is a newly-commissioned sapper officer on his way to his first posting somewhere on Salisbury Plain (in southern England) when his car breaks down. The weather is starting to...

The Ship of Whimsy, by U. N. Owen
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The Ship of Whimsy is almost ready to set sail...

Shipwrecked, by Andrew G. Schneider
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A short story of above average adventure in the Endless Desert. Build the journal of a sailor lost in the Sandsea as he searched for both water and a path to publication.

The Shoe Dept., by Aquanet
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What has two tongues but can't talk and follows us everywhere we go? Our lovely, leathery shoes, of course, the absolute last thing any person would ever expect to harbor a terrible secret. Fifteen-year-old...

a short walk in the spring, by Amorphous
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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.

Shrapnel, by Adam Cadre
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Shuffling Around, by Andrew Schultz (as Ned Yompus)
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A weird power to save a weird world. So you just got fired from the best company ever, and it's the best day of your life. New opportunities! New horizons! New ways to look at things! Like calling this...

Sigil Reader (Field), by verityvirtue
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I am a sigil reader. I work in a city where sigils are a matter of public health, for a maliciously inscribed sigil could mean the ruin of a business - or a soul. Except today I wake to a changed world. The...

Sigmund's Quest, by Gregor Holtz
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Sigmund’s Quest is an homage to the classic point-and-click adventure games that inspired me so much as a child. It tells the first part of the story of the Völsunga saga, a Norse myth similar to King Arthur...

Signos, by Mauricio Diaz Garcia a.k.a. "M4u"
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Silicon Castles, by David Given
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"Please note: this game uses some of the more exotic features of the Z-machine. It's known to fail on some interpreters on some systems, due to interpreter bugs. The game will attempt to detect these bugs...

Silver & Gold, by rosencrantz
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These things come in pairs... A sacrifice, a chase, a dark night in a dark city. Silver & Gold is a story told in two voices. Started for a challenge on Twinery.org. Thanks to this Twinery forum post for...

The Silver Gauntlets, by Jean-Paul Peschard
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Ambrosine has lost her arms while saving her father from attempted murder. All is not without hope as there is legend of a far away kingdom where a magical fruit resides that may yet restore her missing...

Simple Adventure, by Paul Allen Panks
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Once upon a time, the forest of the land was peaceful. No monsters roamed the land, and people were free to come and go as they pleased. One day, however, an evil dragon turned the good creatures of the...

Sins Against Mimesis, by Adam Thornton
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Your lover Black left, and your days are full of loneliness. Your progress in finding him, however, is blocked by none other than the Devil himself; and to get rid of him, you must commit the seven deadly...

Sir Ramic Hobbs and the Oriental Walk, by Gil Williamson
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Sirens in the Distance, by Astrid Dalmady
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You're sitting on a boat a few miles off shore when, suddenly, you hear sirens in the distance. An interactive short story for #mermay2019.

Sisters of Claro Largo, by David T. Marchand
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A word becomes a sentence becomes a story about two sisters who become the world.

The Sisters, by revgiblet
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After crashing your car to avoid hitting a mysterious young girl you awake to find yourself drawn to an abandoned mansion.

Sisyphus, by Theo Koutz
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Six, by Wade Clarke
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Your name is Harriet Leitner, and you and your twin sister Demi turned six this morning! You're having a fancy dress birthday party, and this afternoon you'll be playing Hide and Seek Tip over in the park....

Six Gray Rats Crawl Up The Pillow, by Caleb Wilson (as Boswell Cain)
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A distressing episode in the life of Rinaldo di Gorgonzola.

Six Silver Bullets, by William Dooling
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You are the Silver Agent, a spy who has lost their mind. You are alone in the city, without your memories...but you do have a mission, and it changes every time you play. You also have your silver gun. It...

Six Stories, by Neil K. Guy
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The Skeleton Key of Ambady, by Caelyn Sandel (as Adalai Trammels)
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I come through town every dozen years or so. Strangers still seem strange, but I've found work and welcome everywhere I've been. I come and go as I please. Don't waste your worry on me. The Skeleton Key of...

Skies Above, by Arthur DiBianca
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Play minigames to get your airship flying, tour the skies, and see what mischief is going on up there.

The skinny one., by Annie Z.
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You take up too much room. You are so heavy and solid and real, and you don't want to be. You wish you could be like a child's balloon at a fair, drifting, attached only be a thin string. And you wish the...

The Skull Embroidery, by Jeron Paraiso
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You've just crash landed in a mysterious forest, with a bad case of amnesia. Lucky for you the local hermit is willing to help you survive! You must explore, collect, craft, and equip yourself in order to...

Skull-Scraper, by chandler groover
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"Scrape into a skull." Made for the Tiny Utopias Jam.

Skyranch, by Jack Driscoll
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"A future that's not post-apocalyptic!" [--blurb from Competition '99]

The Skyscraper and the Scar, by Diego Freire, Ruber Eaglenest
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The skyscraper is silhouetted against the horizon, an open scar on the skyline, rising until it’s lost in the clouds. A promise of prosperity, of something never reached. A monolith of what we once were and...

SLAMMED!, by Paolo Chikiamco
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Turn a scripted steel-cage wrestling match into a real fight in this 250,000-word interactive novel! You’ve always dreamed of becoming pro wrestling’s biggest star…but a wrestler’s world is fraught with...

Slap That Fish, by Peter Nepstad
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This time, those fishy bastards are finally going to get what's coming to them.

Slasher Swamp, by Robot
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Slicker City, by Andrew Schultz
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Years after the Problems Compound, Alec Smart still runs into reverses.

Slouching Towards Bedlam, by Star Foster and Daniel Ravipinto
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In the beginning was the Word, and it was hungry. ...

Slugocalypse, by Charlotte Blatchford
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Giant slugs have mysteriously taken over your town and they just keep on growing and multiplying. Can you escape from the slugs, find out where they came from, or maybe even find a way to destroy them? This...

Small World, by Andrew D. Pontious
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smooch.click, by Devon Guinn
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Is a kiss about the kiss itself—or the moments leading up to it? Explore all sorts of smooch-moments in this experimental interactive story. **Not optimized for mobile, and not suitable for children**

Snack Time!, by Hardy the Bulldog and Renee Choba
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Can you help one hungry bulldog in his quest to find something good to eat? He would like that. A lot. [blurb from IF Comp 2008]

Snake's Game, by Nahian Nasir
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When a multi-dimensional snake asks you to play a game, you literally can't say no! Is the Red Apple the only place in the world that has hosted a god within its walls? Float through several psychedelic...

Snatches, by Gregory Weir
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SNOSAE, by R. Dale McDaniel
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"Find the 4 items the alien demands or the earth will be destroyed." [--blurb from Competition '99]

Snowblind Aces, by C.E.J. Pacian
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Two aces shelter from a snowstorm under the wing of a biplane. They've duelled and played in the air for years. Love is inevitable. But what kind of relationship will they end up in?

Snowquest, by Eric Eve
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You've been on your quest so long you've almost forgotten what it is all about, but now you are nearing your destination -- if only you can stay alive long enough in this frozen wilderness to reach it.

So Far, by Andrew Plotkin
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Sitting in a cramped theatre, irritated that your partner apparently hasn't turned up, you are strangely intrigued by a current of air. It will lead you to a place very different from your own familiar...

So, You've Never Played a Text Adventure Before, Huh?, by Ryan Veeder
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Robin Monaghan and her friends explore a creepy house.

Solarium, by Anya Johanna DeNiro
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The year is 1954. One year after mutually assured destruction. And I am trying to find you, through memory and alchemy. Not many people know how the nuclear devastation really happened. But we do. We were...

Solitary, by Luca Hibbard-Curto
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Solitary is a minimalist experience based around dreams.

Solitary, by Kahlan
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Someone Keeps Moving My Chair, by Ryan Veeder
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Something is amiss in Garry's office. A prequel to The Statue Got Me High.

Something, by Linus Lekander
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A washing dilemma.

Something In The Night, by AnssiR66
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Alone in a big house at night, can you make it upstairs to your bedroom?

Son of a..., by C. S. Woodrow
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The Sons of the Cherry, by Alex Livingston
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Sophie's Adventure, by David Whyld
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Sorcerer, by Steve Meretzky
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Sorcerer, the second of a spellbinding fantasy series in the tradition of Zork, takes you on a magical tour through the darker side of Zorkian enchantment. Your journey begins with a cryptic diary - the last...

Sorcery!, by Steve Jackson and inkle
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An adaptation of a print-based game book originally published in 1983, updated for modern touch-screen devices. The player quests across a fantasy map, dealing with all sorts of encounters using a text-based...

Sorcery! 2, by Steve Jackson and inkle
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Per the first game in this series, this is an adaptation of a print-based game book originally published in 1983, updated for modern touch-screen devices. The player quests across a fantasy map (this time of...

Sorcery! 3, by Steve Jackson and inkle
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The land of Kakhabad is a wilderness - a ruined desert, a tangled forest, cruel mountains and fissures, all guarded by seven fearsome serpents. But you must cross this land if you are to reach Mampang and...

Sorcery! 4, by Steve Jackson and inkle
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You have reached the gates of Mampang, the ancient Fortress of Sorcerers. It is guarded by Birdmen, mutants, traps and ancient, wild magic. But inside is the Crown of Kings and the only hope for peace in the...

The Sound of One Hand Clapping, by Erica Sadun
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Space Horror I, by Jerry
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Space Invaders!, by Anonymous
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Space Punk Moon Tour, by J_J
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You are nineteen-year-old Tina Tessler: missing father, dead mother, and plagued by nightmares of things you can’t quite remember. You just won a ticket to see your favorite band. So, pack your bags and...

Space Suit, by Andrew Schultz
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A game with no talking and a canonical puzzle.

The Space Under the Window, by Andrew Plotkin
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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]

Spacestation, by David Ledgard
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Based on the example transcript that came with Infocom's Stationfall, with extensions and improvements, of course. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Speak French, by Claire6129
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Have you ever gone to a place where you feel dumb because everyone is talking french? Well, no more! Now you can learn the bassics and learn how to say a full sentence in french!! ...

The Speaker, by Norbez
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Daniel Riviera lives on an Earth very different from our own, populated by both aliens and humans. A. A. Arthur is one of those aliens, a popular blogger and adviser for all of the planet's residents. Every...

Speculative Fiction, by Diane Christoforo and Thomas Mack
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A puzzle game about committing acts of financial skulduggery and exploiting ridiculous magical items. This game is the complete version of the one that appeared in IntroComp 2011, where it won second place.

Spellbreaker, by Dave Lebling
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Spellbreaker, the riveting conclusion to the Enchanter trilogy, explores the mysterious underpinnings of the Zorkian universe. A world founded on sorcery suddenly finds its magic failing, and only you,...

Spelunker's Quest, by Tom Murrin
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Your objective is to stay alive and find a way out of the cave. Staying alive will be no easy task and to reach the maximum score, you'll need to find all of the hidden treasure!

Spider, by Andrew Schultz
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A game about summer camp, government funding, and a physics problem or two. And weird robot spiders.

Spiral, by Justin Morgan
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SPIRITWRAK, by D. S. Yu
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Set in the universe of Zork, this game starts off in a monastery. The evil Anabis fools Brother Joseph into releasing him from his prison. He shatters the Rod of the Ancients, and the only way to save the...

Splashdown, by Paul J. Furio
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Spodgeville Murphy and the Jewelled Eye of Wossname, by David Fillmore
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Spy EYE, by The Marino Family
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Juan and Ichel are recruited for a spy mission to find their birth parents, only to find that the reunion is not what they expected. As they navigate the gadgets, villains, and flying beds, they must also...

SPY INTRIGUE, by furkle
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IT'S YOUR FIRST DAY AT SPY SCHOOL, AND YOU'RE READY TO COMMENCE A LIFE OF ESPIONAGE, TRADECRAFT, AND INTRIGUE. THE ONLY PROBLEM IS, EVERY HUMAN EMPLOYEE DIED OF MUMPS JUST THE OTHER DAY. CAN YOU AND THE SOLE...

Square Circle, by Eric Eve
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What is your crime? Why do you feel both guilty and unjustly punished? What has happened to your memory? How will you draw a square circle and get out of your prison? What will you find then?

Stack Overflow, by Timofei Shatrov
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Stand Down, by verityvirtue
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A low-interactivity, linear reflection. This reflection was inspired by: Bruno Dias's The World Turned Upside Down mathbrush's Untie (as Alex Ellis) Emily Short's TinyHillside Cover photo by Zhen Hu on...

Star City, by Mark Sachs
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Star Hunter, by Chris Kenworthy
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An interstellar treasure-hunting puzzle game. Explore amazing ruins. Seek out mysterious treasures. Risk all you own in trade at the Android Bazaar - to find the priceless lying Bear of Deneb.

Starborn, by Juhana Leinonen
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The Magellan returned to Earth two weeks ago. I however can never go home. There are two versions of the story: Inform 7 version (2011) that uses a single-keyword parser, and Undum/Vorple version (2012) that...

Starcross, by Dave Lebling
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Starcross, Infocom's science fiction mind-bender, launches you headlong into the year 2186 and the depths of space. And not without good reason, for you are destined to rendezvous with a gargantuan starship...

Stargazer, by Jonathan Fry
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The prologue to a much longer game, Stargazer features you as a young lad trying to escape the everyday routine of life underground. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Starry Seeksorrow, by Caleb Wilson (as Ayla Rose)
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An entry in ShuffleComp: Disc 2. Inspired by "The Violet Hour" by Dolls Come to Life.

Stationfall, by Steve Meretzky
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What a trotting krip! Since your incredible heroics in Planetfall, where you risked life and limb to save the planet Resida, things have hardly changed at all. Sure, you were promoted to Lieutenant First...

The Statue Got Me High, by Ryan Veeder
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Your job is to make sure John's party is successful. It won't be, though. Written for the Apollo 18+20 tribute album project.

Steam and Sacrilege, by Phil McGrail
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The Automatic Hotel, once hailed as a symbol of scientific progress and invention, stands crumbling. Surrounded by protesters trying to save the historic landmark and mired in rumors about the hotel's...

Sting of the Wasp, by Jason Devlin
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stone, by Penny Stirling
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Can calcific amatonormativity be cured? An aromantic student struggles with stone and friendship.

Stone Cell, by Steve Kodat
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Stone Harbor, by Liza Daly
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You're good at what you do: tell tourists pretty lies about love, money, and life after death. That's what people want from a boardwalk psychic, and you deliver. It's not the future you imagined for...

Stone of Wisdom, by Kenneth Pedersen
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Once again queen Drana has a task for you. Can you obtain the Stone of Wisdom and will you ever be free? Play as the warrior Bash on your quest to obtain the Stone of Wisdom. You will start out equipped with...

The Storm, by Stephane F.
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At home, safe and warm. Everywhere : the night. Outside, the storm. « The Storm » is the english version of « La Tempête » released for the French comp 2018. Translation by Stéphane F. and Jack Welch.

The Story of the Shinoboo, by Adri
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La Petite Mort entry in ECTOCOMP 2015.

Stranded, by Rich Cummings
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"(How long have I been unconscious?......What happened?) Suddenly it all comes rushing back to you...the pilot...the plane blindly drifting towards the ocean...jumping...That's all you can remember before...

Stranded Sequel, by avc
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Strange Geometries, by Phillip Chambers
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Strange Odyssey, by Scott Adams
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At the galaxy's rim, there are rewards aplenty to be harvested from a long-dead alien civilization, including fabulous treasures and advanced technologies far beyond human ken! Prepare yourself for the...

Strangers in the Night, by Rich Pizor
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"Being immortal is cool, except for that whole "drinking the blood of the innocent" part..." [--blurb from Competition '99]

Strayed, by Adventure Cow
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Strayed is a dark, atmospheric tale in the tradition of Stephen King or Dean R. Koontz. You're only fifteen miles from home; but those fifteen miles are a lonely road through woods drenched in mystery, that...

Stuck Piggy, by Mike Desert
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Written for Ectocomp 2011.

A Study in Steampunk: Choice by Gaslight, by Heather Albano
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Steam-powered mechs meet forbidden sorcery! Inspired by Sherlock Holmes, Dracula, Jekyll & Hyde, and Jack the Ripper, "A Study in Steampunk: Choice by Gaslight" is an epic 277,000-word interactive mystery...

Stuff and Nonsense, by Felicity Banks
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The year is 1860. The place is Bearbrass, Australia: a sprawling metropolis of tin, steel, brick, stone and brass. Queen Victoria is visiting Bearbrass for Australia's own Great Exhibition. All the sharpest...

Stupid Kittens, by Marc Valhara
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"You are standing in Karen's room. >POOP ON COMPUTER Woo, bad kitten!" [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

StupidRPG, by Steven Richards
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A guided role-playing experience with some light puzzles, semi-optional combat, an extremely inexperienced GM and an imminent apocalypse. SRPG is a browser-based parser game with some hyperlinking for...

Sub Rosa, by Joey Jones, Melvin Rangasamy
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A puzzle game about secrets in the Age of Lead. You've spent seventeen years preparing for an infiltration. Stealing the Confessor's secrets is only the beginning: it will all be for nothing if you leave a...

The Sueño, by Marshal Tenner Winter
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Low on income, you've signed up for a sleep study to test a new medication; one that supposedly causes lucid dreams. What you'll learn, however, is that much more will be revealed on The Sueño.

Sugarlawn, by Mike Spivey
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With a loud "click," the door closes behind you. Finally! You are locked inside an antebellum Southern mansion, alone, wearing only a chicken costume. You've fantasized about this moment for years.

Summer Night City, by ghoti
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But even the most potent of prayers are prone to overuse, and my life, I'm sure, would sooner or later have been extinguished by my own hand. That the timing of their arrival precluded this fate came...

Summit, by Phantom Williams
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A dream-like journey through a drifting life. Headphones recommended.

Sunday Afternoon, by Christopher Huang (as Virgil Hilts)
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It's gloriously sunny outside, and you can smell the grass from in here. It's not fair. All the servants have the day off, and you can bet they're not cooped up indoors in their Sunday best. If only there...

Sunset Over Savannah, by Ivan Cockrum
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Superhero Stress, by Michael Yadvish
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Being a Superhero in New York City is the most stressful job there is. Do YOU have what it takes to survive the day?

Superluminal Vagrant Twin, by C.E.J. Pacian
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A text-only space sim. Ply the spaceways. Make five million credits. Buy back your twin. (Superluminal Vagrant Twin is a shallow but broad exploration game.)

Surface, by Geoff Moore
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A Spring Thing 2014 entry. Surface should play in all modern browsers, however Chrome and Safari are recommended as text and image fades may not display properly in other browsers.

The Surprise, by Candy Meldromon
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An auto-biographical story.

The Surprising Case of Brian Timmons, by Marshal Tenner Winter
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You listen to the old broad on the other end of the phone as she finishes her plight. "Brian has gone insane. I've had to have him committed.", she tells you. You haven't seen Brian Timmons in several years...

SURREAL, by Matthew Lowe
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"welcome to a new world..... ....a surreal world > You are standing on a weather-worn cliff top over looking a pale blue lake.The lake is de-oxygenated giving it it's pale blue colour. All around you tall...

Suspect, by Dave Lebling
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You're guilty until proven innocent. You have walked into a hotbed of deceit and trickery. And now they're accusing you of something you couldn't have done. But they have proof that you did it. "You're a...

Suspended, by Michael Berlyn
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They said you would sleep for half a millennium - not an unreasonable length of time, considering you'd be in limited cryogenic suspension. Your body would rest at the planet's nerve center, an underground...

Swan Hill, by Laura Michet
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Swan Hill is an interactive story about brothers who have grown apart. It has multiple endings.

Sweet Dreams, by Papillon
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The Sweetest Honey, by Mauro Couto
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Anima is an unsure man, terrified by the idea of dying. But one day discovers that he cannot die. Instead, he wakes up from the beginning of the day, as if nothing had happened. ¿Will be Anima able to...

Switcheroo, by The Marino Family
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When Derik went to sleep, he was a boy who could not walk, but today he awoke to find more than one thing had changed. Will he be able to find his way in the world as a girl? Will he be able to go back to...

The Sword of Malice, by Anthony Panuccio
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Sylenius Mysterium, by C. E. Forman
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You are Sylenius Mysterium, video game player par excellence. At a mall, you discover a long-lost arcade game, and excitedly start to play. But nothing could have prepared you for what happens... [--blurb...

Symetry, by Ryan Stevens
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This new mirror you bought really is something. But in the night, it has a life of it's own... [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Taco Fiction, by Ryan Veeder
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Taco Fiction is a game about crime.

Taghairm, by Chandler Groover
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"Perhaps the most horrible of all recorded magical spells." Cruelty. Violence. Sounds. Headphones recommended.

Tailypo, by Chandler Groover
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Alone in his cabin, a hungry man eats something he shouldn't.

Take, by Katherine Morayati (as Amelia Pinnolla)
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You are battle-weary. Your armor is scanty and your countenance is loathsome; you tire of the swords flicking at your neck. But you have a duty. There is nothing you can't take. (Content warning: Violence,...

Take Over the World, by Marie L. Vibbert
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Guess it's time to take over the world. Somebody has to. You live in East Cleveland, Ohio, so your options are limited, but urban-chic. Find the right evil lair, recruit a mad scientist, and foil the East...

The Tale of the Kissing Bandit, by J. Robinson Wheeler
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Tales from Castle Balderstone, by Ryan Veeder
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An anthology of terror, edited by Ryan Veeder. Also an ECTOCOMP 2018 entry.

Tales of the Traveling Swordsman, by Mike Snyder
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You are the traveling swordsman; the strong and silent stranger; the wandering vanquisher of villainy. Damsels swoon for you. Good men respect and envy you. Scoundrels learn to fear you. Even so, you are but...

Tangaroa Deep, by Astrid Dalmady
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We know more about space than we do about the ocean. Isn’t it time to start changing that? Released for the 2016 Spring Thing

Tapestry, by Daniel Ravipinto
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You were born; you lived; you died. Not everyone gets a second chance to go back and change crucial decisions. You have been granted one and must go back to critical moral dilemmas; but do you change the...

Tapper, by Doug Jones
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Taunting Donut, by Kalev Tait
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One-room game where you need to get an out-of-reach donut tied to the ceiling of your exitless room.

Tea Ceremony, by Naomi Hinchen
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In this game of diplomacy, you play as an inept junior member of the diplomatic corps. This week, you need to convince Brc'nl, who is some sort of noble glob from Glorpon-42, to argue in Earth's favor in a...

Ted Paladin And The Case Of The Abandoned House, by Anssi Räisänen
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Known for your text adventure skills, you have been called in for help to reveal the secrets of a locked, abandoned house scheduled to be demolished soon. Can you manage the task bestowed upon you?

Ted Strikes Back, by Anssi Räisänen
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You're Ted Paladin, text adventure hero, and it's the first day of your summer holiday! However, your arch enemy has other plans for you.

Temperamentum, by Matthew Sawchuk
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It's been a rough year for Dolores Worth. She doesn't like to talk about it. But lately her dreams have been getting more and more intense. They keep her up at night. If she doesn't conquer the trauma of her...

The Tempest, by Graham Nelson and William Shakespeare
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You play Ariel in William Shakespeare's comedy The Tempest. The text and descriptions are lifted from the original works, i. e. in old English. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Temple of Kaos, by Peter Gambles
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A temple, a poem, out of time; a searcher, a believer, chaotic rhyme.

The Temple of Shorgil, by Arthur DiBianca
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One day, travel guides will talk about this "masterpiece of the Pirothian architect Kitral" -- but only if you, the first person to visit it in over 1,000 years, can find out what's inside. (Puzzle-oriented...

Temple of the Orc Mage, by Gary Roggin
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The Temple, by Johan Berntsson
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You play as someone plagued by nightmares of falling, but in tonight's nightmare, you've somehow landed in in a strange alien city. With the time-lost Charles Bristow, you'll uncover the city's dark secrets,...

Tentaculon, by Ned Vole
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Tenth Plague, by Lynnea Dally
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You are thrust into earthly existence to fulfill the tenth and final plague.

A Tenuous Hold, by Stephen Granade
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Terminal Interface for Models RCM301-303, by Victor Gijsbers
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A text terminal interface for interacting with your model RCM301-303 remote controlled mech.

Terminator Chaser, by Bruno Dias
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Cycle 87. Last work shift of the quarter. And you're left behind to tidy up so the rest of the crew has time to settle into the new site. Make sure Mining Site 43 won't be a half-melted wreck by the time the...

Terrible Lizards, by Alan Mead and Ian Mead
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The Test is Now READY, by Jim Warrenfeltz
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The Test, by Matt Dark Baron
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"Less than 3 minutes before the most important test of your life involving english and maths together, you are thrown into somewhere else (it doesn't really matter). Although you don't have to do the test...

Tethered, by Linus Åkesson
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"I do not know whether I was then a man dreaming I was a butterfly, or whether I am now a butterfly, dreaming I am a man."...

Tex Bonaventure and the Temple of the Water of Life, by Truthcraze
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In this homage to Indiana Jones, you play as Tex Bonaventure, an adventurer and treasure hunter. After three days of exploring the deep dark swamps of the Everglades, you've finally found your destination....

TextCraft: Alpha Island, by Fabrizio Polo
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You talked big. Now prove it. Survive for a week on Alpha Island with no equipment save a pair of khaki shorts and a cell phone. Bear witness to escalating physical surreality as you come to understand your...

Textfire Golf, by Adam Cadre
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Stand steady at the tee... head down... slow backswing. Now, drive your tee shot 220 yards down the fairway, splitting a pair of sandtraps. Loft a five iron onto the green. And sink a twenty foot putt for a...

Thanksgiving, by Hannah Powell-Smith
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You're twenty-one. It's dark in here. Thanksgiving is a story game about being an anxious student with secrets, meeting your boyfriend's folks for the first time. And being Judged. Play in your browser on...

Thaumistry: In Charm's Way, by Bob Bates
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Thaum: (noun). A unit of magical energy Bodge: (verb). To hack or kludge Eric Knight was a child prodigy who was featured on the cover of Invent! Magazine at the age of 13 for his invention of an anti-stain...

Thaxted Havershill And the Golden Wombat, by Andrew Brown
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An attempt to write a humorous TWINE IF game... The walk through is included... (Hmmm... This isn't a very exciting blurb, is it?)

Theatre, by Brendon Wyber
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Your job as a real estate agent brings you into contact with many old buildings, but none are quite like the old theatre that has stood deserted for almost thirty years. After visiting it with some...

Theatre People, by Michael Kielstra
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The dazzle of the theatre: the footlights, the bows, the adoring crowd! It's your job, as a tech crew member, to make sure that the actors and, especially, the actresses, get enough of that. Not for you the...

their angelical understanding, by Porpentine
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I train to fight angels in a monastery by the sea. Wear headphones. TW: Suicidal ideation, ableism, abuse, possible epilepsy trigger.

They Will Not Return, by John Ayliff
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A post-apocalyptic tale of lonely robots.

The Thing About Dungeons, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
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An interactive short story (about dungeons).

This Is A Real Thing That Happened, by Carolyn VanEseltine
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This short game was created for RuinJam 2015.

This is My Memory of First Heartbreak, Which I Can't Quite Piece Back Together, by Jenny Goldstick, Stephen Betts, Owen Roberts
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A graphic memoir exploring the author’s memory of her first heartbreak.

Thorfinn's Realm, by Robert Hall and Roy Main
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"Travel back in time, find all the treasure to join the Adventurer's Society." [--blurb from Competition '99]

Threading the Labyrinth, by Kevin F. Doughty
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"An experimental reflection on meaning and intent." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

Three Dragons, by Tim Samoff
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"Three Dragons," based on a European folktale about two brothers and an old man with a white beard, was a personal game design challenge by Tim Samoff (http://samoff.com). During April 2015, Tim thought it...

Three More Visitors , by Paul Stanley
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Christmas Eve! You tell Bob to go home early; tidy up a little, and lock up the office shortly after four. You look on the old brass plate, which still reads “Scrooge & Marley”, probably for the last time....

Three-Card Trick, by Chandler Groover
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You're going to perform a three-card trick or your name isn't Morgan the Magnificent.

Till Death Makes a Monk-Fish Out of Me, by Mike Sousa and Jon Ingold
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Dr. Taylor's looking worried. Dr. Kurner's looking exhausted. Zak is grinning with glee. Today is the big day, and you're about to try out the crowning experiment of your life, and in AtlantisLab's chequered...

Tilt!, by Mona Wuerz
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A Time of Tungsten, by Devin Raposo
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The walls are high, the hole is deep. She is trapped, on a distant planet. Watched. She may not survive. But, she did live.

Time Passed, by Davis G. See
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All these years later and I still think about you. A game about memory and middle school.

Time: All Things Come to an End, by Andy Phillips
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After many years developing a time travel machine, the company has decided to close the project down. If only you could get the machine to work, you would be able to make a leap into the future to prove it's...

Timeout, by Stephen Hilderbrand
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"You were minding your own business, doing the work of The Computer, hard at work on the floor of Plastic Factory K, inhaling plastic fumes for a bed-slot in the increasingly hip and high-rent Alpha Complex....

The Tiniest Room, by Erik108
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An "Escape the Room" kind of game made with less than 300 words for the Twiny Jam.

Tinseltown Blues, by Chip Hayes
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TinyHillside, by Emily Short
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A tiny post mortem Utopia for the Tiny Utopias jam.

TinyUtopias Football Manager: Super Soccer Slam Edition, by A. Johanna DeNiro
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Your cooperatively owned soccer team begins on the sixth level of the pyramid of English football. Can you reach the top of the Premier League and also smash crony capitalism at the same time?

To Burn in Memory, by Orihaus
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To Burn in Memory, an ahistorical and atemporal Interactive Fiction work originally submitted for IFComp 2015. Explore a city that never existed, and uncover its secret history through the memories of a...

To Hell in a Hamper, by J. J. Guest
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Professor Pettibone, eminent Victorian balloonist, has a problem. He can't get it up. His balloon that is. If he can't reach an altitude of 20,000 feet, and soon, both he and his mysterious travelling...

To Otherwhere and Back, by Greg Ewing
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"This was originally going to be an entry in Emily Short's Walkthrough Competition, but I didn't quite get it finished in time. Rather than let all the work go to waste, I decided to resubmit it here. So,...

To Spring Open, by Peter Berman and Yoon Ha Lee (as Two-Bit Chip)
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An entry in ShuffleComp: Disc 2. Inspired by "Paper Planes" by MIA and "Tragic Kingdom" by No Doubt.

To The Wolves, by Els White
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Offered up as sacrifice to the wolf-gods of the forest, hunted by beasts and man alike, Ella must find a way to survive.

Toby's Nose, by Chandler Groover
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A murder most foul has been committed and Sherlock Holmes is on the case. You are his dog.

Tohu wa Bohu, by alex wesley moore
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An immersive exploration of chronic depersonalization / derealization disorder. (Recommended listening: Radical Face, GHOST.)

Toiletworld, by Chet Rocketfrak
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ToiletWorld: it's time to enter... the world of toilets.

Toiletworld Omega, by Brian Kwak
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A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

TOMBs of Reschette, by Richard Goodness
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Hello, young adventurer! If you're looking for the finest treasure, monster, and exploration experience around, why not come on down to the TOMBs of Reschette! --Earn XP, Dubloons, and Gems, like any good...

Tonight Dies the Moon, by Tom McHenry
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From the author of HORSE MASTER: THE GAME OF HORSE MASTERY, comes a Twine game about life during war between the Earth and Moon in the year 2000. Fall in love, subsistence farm, make spreadsheets, and wear...

Tookie's Song, by Jessica Knoch
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Cat aliens from the planet Purrsimmon have stolen your pet dog, Tookie! Rescue him by solving all the various light-hearted puzzles they've set up for you!

Toonesia, by Jacob Weinstein
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From the introduction: "Oooh, that rascally rabbit! You were out hunting him when he somehow got the jump on you, blindfolded you, and dumped you into a cell. Well, you’ll show him. He’ll be hasenpfefer by...

Tough Beans, by Sara Dee
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Tower, by Simon Deimel
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Out of the blue, and into the blue. And there you are, in a chamber, trying to find out what is going on. Everything is so unreal... what has happened to you? TOWER is a short interactive fiction with...

Tower, by Ryan Tan
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"And at last I resolved to scale that tower, fall though I might; since it were better to glimpse the sky and perish, than to live without ever beholding day." ― H.P. Lovecraft, The Outsider A game about...

The Tower and the Toucan, by E. Lily Yu
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A perfectly ordinary day. Birds and other bright things. (First published on itch.io in April 2016, then reprinted in sub-Q magazine on 31 May 2016.)

Tower of the Blood Lord, by michael lutz
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I’ve made a twine game called The Tower of the Blood Lord, which is based on the time I played the first twenty minutes of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

The Tower of the Elephant, by Tor Andersson
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An adaptation of the classic sword & sorcery tale by Robert E. Howard, first published in 1933.

Town Dragon, by David Cornelson
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A dragon is terrorizing your home town, and the mayor is looking for volunteers to get rid of him. Fortunately, someone other than you becomes "volunteer." Unfortunately, it is still you who has to do the...

Trading Punches, by Mike Snyder
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The Train of Life, by Marco Innocenti
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A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016. --- 2018 version has been proof-read by mathbrush.

The Train, by Obter9
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You wake on a fast-moving train, not knowing who you are or why you are there. You must figure out your identity, and the purpose of your journey, before you reach your destination. Story can be completed in...

Transfer, by Tod Levi
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"The staff's jubilant anticipation of the first human transfer was now replaced with dread. Why had the Professor fallen ill so suddenly? And how callous of the Overseers to insist on proceeding without...

Transient Skies, by dgtziea
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You are heading back to your ship, your navvisor blinking hard data at you as you look around planetside -- mineral deposits, heat signatures, distant planets -- when you decide, for a moment, to turn it all...

Transilience, by Glass Rat Media
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"Every time I open my eyes, I see that the world has changed. I'll wake up and it'll be like I'd only dozed off for a while. Like I'd slipped away into a dream during class and no one saw my chin slump down...

Transit, by Shaye
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Find your way through a foreign airport in search of your friend, understanding or just a safe flight home.

Transparent, by Hanon Ondricek
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An eerie exploration of an abandoned historic house. Acquire pictures with your trusty camera to get paid and search for evidence of the 2nd unit crew who is supposed to be there with you. Someone is...

Trap Cave, by Emilian Kowalewski
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First complete fantasy adventure in english and german for my advanced MC & CYOA system Node-X (V1.1, Generation 1). Short demo for writing your own Node-X games included, as well as Win32 and Linux...

Trapped in a One-Room Dilly, by Laura Knauth
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A one-room game. It's nicely appointed, but... [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Trapped in Time, by Simon Christiansen
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A Science Fiction adventure where YOU are the hero!

The Traveller, by Kaelan Doyle Myerscough
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Earth has fallen; the remains of humanity float adrift in space. To them, you are the savior of humanity... but on a routine scouting mission, you are lost, presumed dead. Alone in the vast expanse of space,...

Travels in the Land of Erden, by Laura Knauth
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When you arrive in the Land of Erden, thriving for adventure, you learn that the most dangerous enemy of the land is already defeated. A challenge less, but there is still the tale of the beautiful ruby,...

Treasure Hunt in the Amazon, by Kenneth Pedersen and Niels Søndergaard
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You have just received information about a legendary artifact in the Amazon. Will you be able to find it and return alive? Old-school challenges are optional and can be enabled for a more challenging...

Treasures of a Slaver's Kingdom, by S. John Ross
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In the cruel kingdoms north of the Viraxian Empire, a barbarian seeks treasure - and vengeance! Having escaped the clutches of the Slaver King, he has vowed to pillage the wealth of the kingdom ... then...

Trein, by Leena Ganguli
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Trouble has been brewing in Trein Hill. The people stopped playing their taxes and all is silence. What's worse, there's rumors of disappearances and even rebellion! It is up to you to find out what is...

A Trial, by B Minus Seven
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A funny thing happens on your way to the Center for Nominal Reassignment. "A Trial" is a chimera of prose, poetry and ???.

The Trip, by Cameron Wilkin
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"Life sucks, but there's always a way to get away from reality." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

Triune, by Papillon
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"What are little girls Made of? Sugar and spice And everything nice That's what little girls Are made of." [--blurb from Competition Aught-One]

Truck Quest, by Donald Conrad and Peter M.J. Gross
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You only need one low-budget truck (and one high-interest loan) to start your own delivery service. It’ll be an adventure, hauling military-grade narcotics to the megachurches of Bean Station and driving...

Tryst of Fate, by G. M. Zagurski
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Your last trip up the stairs before you can relax in a nice hot bath brings you into rather unfortunate contact with a toy car left carelessly on a stair, and your head connects with the wooden banner near...

Tube Trouble, by Richard Tucker
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You have been trapped in the underground system for what may be days or even weeks - and you are desperately hungry. The chocolate machine is playing up, and there's never a train when you want one. [--blurb...

TUNDRA, by PaperBlurt
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You wake up. Walking. On a tundra. You're cold. Where are you? How did you end up here?

The Tunnel, by Natalia Theodoridou
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She will never lie to you. A young couple on a train journey across Europe enter a tunnel that is much longer than they thought.

Turandot, by Victor Gijsbers
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An operatic performance. A tale of atonement. A dating sim with a crocodile pit.

Turn Around, by Andrew Schultz
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A game that forces you off on tangents as you try to turn around. An experiment in parser, but hopefully not player, abuse.

Tuuli, by Daurmith and Ruber Eaglenest
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"The old witch, your teacher Mákke, is dead. If you want to save your village you'll have to destroy the raiding fleet that's coming. Can you do it, young Lenne-who-would-be-the-witch?" ---------- Mákke, la...

twenty two-hundred, by Sean Navat Balanon
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"maybe soon you will find it okay to make gestures like this to other people." written by sean navat balanon

Typo!, by Peter Seebach and Kevin Lynn
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The U.S. Men's Hockey Team Olympic Challenge, by Leon Lin
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Ürs, by Christopher Hayes, Daniel Talsky
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You're a regular rabbit who's lived in the same warren your entire life. You have no reason to leave, but the THUD threatens to destroy all the baby kittens. Maybe something in the ancient places of the Ürs...

Ugly Oafs, by Andrew Schultz as Perry Creel
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Push back the Wrath Pulse--or find the Fry Gun to destroy it for good! A wordplay game with several ways to lose deliberately. Source code included.

Ultimate Escape Room: IF City, by Mark Stahl
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You and your friends have fallen into the escape room craze that has swept the country in recent years. You love the feeling of living out a real life adventure game. You've made plans with your friends to...

ULTRA BUSINESS TYCOON III, by Porpentine
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I’ve finally finished porting and cracking an old edutainment game from the 90′s. Please enjoy.

Ultramarine: A Seapunk Adventure, by Seven Submarines
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Sacrificed to the sea, a pirate travels to the underwater Kingdom of Atlas to retrieve a magical stone. Along the way, she meets the crown prince and his royal guard.

Unauthorized Termination, by Richard Otter
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You are a senior investigator with the police force of what is basically a totalitarian state. On a world where nearly all forms of crime are punishable by execution, you have been called on to investigate...

Unbeknown, by A. DeNiro
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You ran from the Z-Mules but they caught you. Took what little you had. Now you're their prisoner. At some point you have to log off. But maybe not quite yet. You'll see.

the uncle who works for nintendo, by michael lutz
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It will take some time to get through one game, maybe 15 to 20 minutes your first go? It has five possible endings. The original commissioned artwork (some glimpsed in the cover art) was made by the talented...

Uncle Zebulon's Will, by Magnus Olsson
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Your eccentric Uncle Zebulon considered himself a wizard, and was rumoured to be very wealthy. But when he died, he only left you one single object in his will... Winner in the TADS division of the First...

Under the Sea, by Heike Borchers
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Deep under the sea lies the wreck of the sunken galleon Santa Tortosa. On your quest to find its treasure, you will discover uncharted places, learn new skills, and make scaly friends. But will the honorable...

Under, In Erebus, by Brian Rapp
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Board that Drain-Bound El for an adventure that could only happen in Erebus.

The Underoos that Ate New York!, by G. Kevin Wilson
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Looks like that meteor crash from page 12 wasn't as harmless as everyone was expecting: now your clothes are playing mad!...

Undertow, by Stephen Granade
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Go sailing on a yacht with three friends, and a corpse....

Undo, by Neil deMause
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You're almost at the end of that adventure game you've struggled so hard to beat, when things get a little crazy....

Unforgotten, by Quintin Pan
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Unform, by S. Elize Morgan
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Welcome to your life, Prisoner 11012. You will survive the scenarios, and do them properly, or you will face Judgement. Your choice, Prisoner. Your life, or your death. It won't hurt a bit.

The Unholy Grail, by Stuart Allen
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Strange, unexplained deaths have been occuring in the marine life surrounding a remote island military base and you have been sent to investigate. Your investigation will ultimately lead you to the other...

Unit 322 (Disambiguation), by Jonny Muir
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A mystery told entirely through the pages of an online encyclopedia.

Unnkulia One-Half: The Salesman Triumphant, by D. A. Leary
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"You play the role of a down-and-out Acme salesman, forced to work out of the Golden Dragon Inn, dangerously near Dread Unnkulia. Will you accumulate enough loot in this frightful backwater berg to turn your...

Unnkulia X, by Valentine Kopteltsev
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"The Great Master of your village speaks: "My people, the Demons of Unnkulia are back again! And they demand a human sacrifice, unless we want our nice Vilefen to be wiped off the Earth's surface!" The crowd...

Unnkulia Zero: The Search for Amanda, by D. A. Leary
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"Will you, the Valley King's most trusted warrior, rescue his Lady Amanda from the gruesome clutches of the evil Unnkulians? Along the way to victory (or, <shudder>, defeat!), you will:...

Unnkulian Underworld: The Unknown Unventure, by D. A. Leary
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"You play the part of Kuulest's slave, and must recover the Orb of Studosity from the evil Unnkulians. Kuulest, the old geezebag, has died and left you with nothing to go on but a cryptic message about...

Unnkulian Unventure II: The Secret of Acme, by David Baggett
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"Your adventure continues as you try to create some good press for yourself -- wouldn't want to fade into anonymous obscurity, now would you? Along the way, you'll find the answers to these compelling...

The Unofficial Sea-Monkey(R) Simulation, by B.J. Best
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Sometime during 1987, your father comes home from work--late, as usual. He tosses a small box onto the kitchen counter. "Here," he says, "you wanted fish. You get these. Let's see how you do first, and then...

Unraveling God, by Todd Watson
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The Unstoppable Vengeance of Doctor Bonesaw, by Caleb Wilson (as Lewis Blanco)
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A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

Untold Riches, by Jason Ermer
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You were reluctant to undertake another adventure with Professor d'Squarius (especially after the last near-catastrophe, in the Tomb of the Screaming Mummies), and from the moment you agreed to join the...

The Untold Story, by Michael Pavano
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After spending months alone in your Cabin after the sudden loss of your brother, you find yourself on an unusual journey through the home you once thought you knew in a desperate search to retrieve what you...

URA Winner!, by Carter Sande
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Scoring well on the Undergraduate Readiness Assessment is the key to college acceptance. This interactive digital guide contains practice questions and instructional materials for each section of the...

The Urge, by PaperBlurt
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Torture, torture little star You must wonder where you are Hoping that you'll soon will die As I melt your face with lye When your pee mix with your sweat And the floor with blood is wet Then you'll feel a...