David Welbourn's Played GamesView this member's profilePrevious | << 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 >> | Next | Show All(untitled)
, by AnonymousAverage member rating: (3 ratings)
In this odd tiny game, you play as an onion driving your Ford Nostradamus on a hot day in August. You want to deliver a chocolate Eiffel Tower to your friend, but the chocolate is melting in this heat!(untitled)
, by Lenny PittsAverage member rating: (5 ratings)
In this tiny game, you play as a soldier in Paris in September 1944 just after the city was liberated from Nazi Germany. You have an important appointment to keep: a clandestine meeting at the Eiffel Tower...(You're) TOAST!
, by Gunther SchmidlAverage member rating: (4 ratings)
When you had a new Toast-O-Matic Three Thousand installed, you didn't expect it to be a gigantic toaster that's two meters high. How are you supposed to make toast now?**COUGH COUGH**
, by Jennifer MaddoxAverage member rating: (2 ratings)
In this tiny game, you play as some guy dragged to Vegas for Travis's bachelor party, but you're broke and you're not having any fun. All the second-hand smoke in the casino isn't any fun either. Perhaps you...+=3
, by Carl de Marcken and David BaggettAverage member rating: (22 ratings)
This one-puzzle game was Dave Baggett's response to a discussion (flame war?) in rec.arts.int-fiction and specifically to Russ Bryan's claim that there could be no puzzles which are logical yet unsolvable....
|1893: A World's Fair Mystery, by Peter Nepstad|
Average member rating: (24 ratings)
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?...
, by AnonymousAverage member rating: (30 ratings)
(author is Adam Cadre, but game is unsigned)1982
, by Zach Samuels (as Iblis Snowsdottir)Average member rating: (6 ratings)
In this game, you play as a handsome car enthusiast but unfortunately, the Government's draconian Motor Laws and their ever gazing Eyes don't share your love of joyriding. But they're not so vigilant on...21 Points
, by AnonymousAverage member rating: (3 ratings)2604
, by Admiral JotaAverage member rating: (14 ratings)30 Minutes
, by Anastasia TromblyDavid Welbourn's rating: Average member rating: (4 ratings)
First version, very, very short. Written for a challenge in about thirty minutes, so it's not that good at all. Here for archive purposes only, if you want to play it I would recommend waiting for the next...
|404- Life not Found (Beta), by Evan Derby|
Average member rating: (4 ratings)
A haunting story, but in this version, the story has not been implemented. The next released version will have the Story aspect implemented.
69105 More Keys
|69,105 Keys, by David Welbourn|
Average member rating: (77 ratings)
There's just one room. How hard can it be? Just unlock the door. Oh. There's 69,105 keys.
, by Andrew SchultzAverage member rating: (5 ratings)
A small guessing game in two flavors. No wins or losses, just compete against yourself.
|77 Verbs, by MathBrush (as Prismatik)|
Average member rating: (20 ratings)
Use every standard verb in the Inform library to escape deadly situations in this introduction to parser games! (This game was formerly known as 85 verbs.)
, by Adam BiltcliffeAverage member rating: (3 ratings)
|9:05, by Adam Cadre|
Average member rating: (513 ratings)
The phone rings. Oh, no — how long have you been asleep? Sure, it was a tough night, but... This is bad. This is very bad. The phone rings.
, by Magnus OlssonAverage member rating: (26 ratings)An Abbreviated Night Before Christmas
, by Adam ThorntonAverage member rating: (9 ratings)
Clement Clarke Moore is rolling in his grave.
|According to Cain, by Jim Nelson|
Average member rating: (24 ratings)
Two brothers. One murder. And a mystery as old as mankind. ...
The Acorn Court
|Acid Rain, by Garry Francis|
Average member rating: (9 ratings)
You were driving home from the Second National Conference on Acid Rain when you started getting tired. As it was late at night and you were in the middle of nowhere, you pulled over to the side of the road...
, by Todd S. MurchisonAverage member rating: (17 ratings)
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]
|The Act of Misdirection, by Callico Harrison|
Average member rating: (64 ratings)
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...
Previous | << 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 >> | Next | Show All
|Ad Verbum, by Nick Montfort|
Average member rating: (129 ratings)
"With the cantankerous Wizard of Wordplay evicted from his mansion, the worthless plot can now be redeveloped. The city regulations declare, however, that the rip-down job can't proceed until all the items...