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Brisbane, Australia

Member since January 8, 2015
Last visited April 4, 2019
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Hey, I'm Ben. I'm a 30 year old writer from Brisbane, Australia. I have recently completed my PhD in creative and professional writing, focusing on interactive storytelling. I love writing and reading interactive stories.

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Interactive Fiction by BenCarey

Ouroboros, by Ben Carey (2017)
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Ouroboros presents the reader with a cyclical labyrinth, stuck in a time loop, reliving the same day over and over. The reader may choose to explore the many intricacies of the labyrinth or try to...

Velcro Church, by Ben Carey (2013)
Velcro church is about the last moments of a manís life and the memories and fantasies that intersect with his dying state. Because memory functions in a non-linear fashion, I decided to explore...

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Caroline, by Kristian Kronstrand   March 20, 2016
"There is a lack of real interaction in this story. It's generally either A or B. And many times it's just 'type this to proceed' which..." - See the full review

Seeking Ataraxia, by Glass Rat Media   March 6, 2016
"This is a nice little story about someone with severe anxiety. Itís a small story but well told and contained. I very much related to the..." - See the full review

Queers in Love at the End of the World, by Anna Anthropy   January 8, 2015
"I really enjoyed this. It is so short, but I really liked how simple it was and quite touching too. The time pressure definitely added an..." - See the full review

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Queers in Love at the End of the World, by Anna Anthropy
Caroline, by Kristian Kronstrand
Seeking Ataraxia, by Glass Rat Media