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1. 9:05
by Adam Cadre
(2000)
Average member rating: (424 ratings)

Shchekotiki says:

Very short and will get you familiar with the mechanics of playing this kind of game. Not all games are this tedious, and I promise this one is worth it!

2. Photopia
by Adam Cadre
(1998)
Average member rating: (451 ratings)

Shchekotiki says:

Story-based, heart-wrenching classic. Nice if you don't want to solve tricky puzzles and you don't mind crying. Doesn't take too long either.

3. Violet
by Jeremy Freese
(2008)
Average member rating: (291 ratings)

Shchekotiki says:

Cute and romantic. A bit tricky in terms of puzzles, so budget more time.

4. Aisle
by Sam Barlow
(1999)
Average member rating: (245 ratings)

Shchekotiki says:

A classic due to its totally unique use of this game format. Nothing really to solve but cool to explore and doesn't take long at all.

5. Dual Transform
by Andrew Plotkin
(2010)
Average member rating: (85 ratings)

Shchekotiki says:

Puzzle-based in a trippy and beautiful way that seriously wouldn't work in any other game format.

6. Floatpoint
by Emily Short
(2006)
Average member rating: (85 ratings)

Shchekotiki says:

Emily Short's games feel like whole worlds. A great balance of puzzle and story, but will take some time. Pick this one if you like science fiction.

7. Bronze
by Emily Short
(2006)
Average member rating: (206 ratings)

Shchekotiki says:

Everything about Floatpoint applies to this too, but pick this one instead of it if you prefer fantasy/fairy tales.

8. Birdland
by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
(2015)
Average member rating: (92 ratings)

Shchekotiki says:

Part of a newer subset of text games where you click instead of typing. Quite story-based.

9. Spider and Web, by Andrew Plotkin (1998)
Average member rating: (227 ratings)
Shchekotiki says:

My all-time favorite game. It's a tough one, though.

10. Slouching Towards Bedlam
by Star Foster and Daniel Ravipinto
(2003)
Average member rating: (169 ratings)

Shchekotiki says:

Not the world's /best/ game, but some cool concepts nonetheless. Also steampunk!


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