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Dueling With Dragons

Recommendations by Walter Sandsquish

Dragons are a favorite in fantastic fiction, but they don't get as much love in IF as they used to. So, here's a list of games that portray these mythological beasts.

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1. At the Bottom of the Garden, by Adam Biltcliffe (2000)
Average member rating: (4 ratings)
Walter Sandsquish says:

Dragons as pests.

2. Dragon George and the Man, by Marnie Parker (2000)
Average member rating: (2 ratings)
Walter Sandsquish says:

The dragon as the player-character.

3. Endless, Nameless
by Adam Cadre
(2012)
Average member rating: (43 ratings)

Walter Sandsquish says:

The dragon as the slayee.

4. Eric the Unready
by Bob Bates
(1993)
Average member rating: (34 ratings)

Walter Sandsquish says:

The dragon as a sideshow attraction.

5. Hadean Lands
by Andrew Plotkin
(2014)
Average member rating: (47 ratings)

Walter Sandsquish says:

Dragons as artificial intelligence.

6. Heroes, by Sean Barrett (2001)
Average member rating: (26 ratings)
Walter Sandsquish says:

The dragon as a PC.

7. The Lost Islands of Alabaz
by Michael Gentry
(2011)
Average member rating: (9 ratings)

Walter Sandsquish says:

The dragon as a wronged child.

8. Once and Future, by G. Kevin Wilson (1998)
Average member rating: (9 ratings)
Walter Sandsquish says:

The dragon as a menace.

9. The Sound of One Hand Clapping
by Erica Sadun
(1993)
Average member rating: (5 ratings)

Walter Sandsquish says:

Dragons as wise ones.

10. The Wizard Sniffer
by Buster Hudson
(2017)
Average member rating: (76 ratings)

Walter Sandsquish says:

The dragon as a pet.

11. Yes, Another Game with a Dragon!, by John Kean (2000)
Average member rating: (25 ratings)
Walter Sandsquish says:

The dragon as the straight man.

12. Zero Sum Game, by Cody Sandifer (1997)
Average member rating: (18 ratings)
Walter Sandsquish says:

The dragon as a mishap.

13. Zork II
by Dave Lebling, Marc Blank
(1981)
Average member rating: (77 ratings)

Walter Sandsquish says:

The dragon as a puzzle.


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