I don't see the point of this, as Ogre pointed out.
Even if the author were to be collecting data(which this is the wrong site for), there's nothing to be collected.
The author really needs a read up on interactive fiction, because for goodness sake these are disgusting.
Story: None. Need I say more?
Effort: It hurts me to say this, but there's a degree of effort. The author at least had the ability to write out these text boxes, make words appear on the screen.
All in all, don't read(?).
This time, the author actually wrote more words, it changes nothing, though.
Story: You are sick. you make appointments with doctors to cure said sickness, while boring enough, the author decided to make the game repetitive as heck. The practically same pages blipped past one by one, name changing was the only thing that was different. Basically caused me to lose focus 10% of the way through.
Effort: More than the others, I'll give him that. There were innumerable grammar mistakes, no attempt at spicying up the plot and dragging readers in.
Honestly, makes me wonder how old the author actually is.
Conclusion: Don't play it. It has about as much plot as the other games made by him, and eternally more boring.
Similar to the other pieces of "interactive fiction" created by this author, it holds barely anything.
Story: A basic, disgusting attempt at humor, with a bland story(?). It had nothing unique, the same pages going on and on.
Effort: Minimal. The average words per page is probably somewhere in the 10-20 range.
Conclusion, like the rest of the "works" by this author, avoid.
So. There are 4-ish rooms with the same 4 choices.
No story, no puzzle, not even an attempt to be "philosophical". I could make this in 10 minutes.
There's nothing to talk about, since there's no content in the story. All in all, avoid.
Delve is something you expect to see on a website full of flash games, and it's that one dungeon crawler that you just keep coming back to, just to explore more.
Except, it's not a flash game.
This was written in the CYS editor, with scripting to get it's "game" aspects. The editor and scripting are all more or less basic. There aren't many things you can do with the editor.
Aside from the limitations, delve is amazing on it's own. It's got hilarious description, actually interesting battle scenes, etc.
So. This has to be one of the most offensive games out there. It's riddled with stereotypes, rude gestures and names, inappropriate references, etc.
If you're not a fan of this stuff, turn away. No, seriously, close this tab and go make waffles or something.
If you're still here, I guess I'll tell you a bit more. It tells the story of a high school boy/girl, seeking either attention, or sinking into depression. Just a side note, (Spoiler - click to show)there are no good endings. You die in all of them.
If you can endure all this blatantly offensive humor, or even enjoy it, go ahead! Explore all of the paths, they're hilarious.
All in all, you have been warned.
This is a quick fun little thing, where you battle against aliens in a game of draw poker.
There was a pretty humorous story, and the card names are all unique stuff.
Overall, good fun.
This is more of a "crime/underworld-ish" story crafted by End Master. And if you didn't know, it is the direct
sequel to Innkeeper.
You play as (Spoiler - click to show)the son of the protagonist in Innkeeper, a total troublemaker. He gets thrown
out of his town, and from there on the paths divulge. All the different paths are of similar quality, and can be
a good standalone text by itself.
You have great, sometimes humorous narration and perfect character development, but it's not just the protagonist that has life and emotions, even the most minor of characters are developed really well.
Don't think that the rogue is some sort of super hero, who wins in each and every exchange. Quite the opposite, this is somewhat of an anti hero story. You can really feel that he's just human, has his own tendencies, has his own desires. This gives a special layer of connection between you the reader and what you are reading about.
Phenomenally written, highly suggested.
If you haven't read Necromancer before, I suggest you do so. Although Death Song is more of a parallel, most recommend reading Necromancer first.
All of that aside, this game is amazing. The plot tells of a musician struggling to survive in (Spoiler - click to show)the world ruined by the main character in Necromancer.
The writing is emotional, even haunting at times due to the desperation, struggles, and the dismal situation of the time. There are a variety of endings, each with it's own sense of despair. Some are where (Spoiler - click to show)The musician dies alone, humming a tune to himself; The musician plays one last tune before the NECROMANCER, before drifting off, etc.. You can really relate to the character as it is extremely well written, the choices feel logical and every character has a great backstory, defining characteristic, etc. Nearing the end, you feel that death is surrounding you, that you are running away(if you survived) but it is slowly catching up, as if every step you take is closer to doom.
Overall, I would recommend it for anybody who would want an extremely emotional play(Spoiler - click to show)(Don't say anything, but I almost sobbed), another great one from EndMaster. 5/5!