Andrew Schultz's Played Games

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10 Second Defence, by Christina Nordlander
Average member rating: (6 ratings)

Your former business associate is sending a hitman to your flat. With the help of your enhanced reflexes, and the knowledge gained from previous failures, you need to set up a trap before the killer reaches...

> by @, by Aaron A. Reed
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Average member rating: (24 ratings)

On the surface, > seems to be a traditional adventure game, featuring treasure, an NPC, a puzzle, and a happy ending. However, matters are complicated by the realization that the work's purported author is...
Average member rating: (7 ratings)
"...a very simple game with a very simple puzzle" - The author's comment
Acid Whiplash, by Ryan Stevens and Cody Sandifer
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Average member rating: (17 ratings)
"Tooth beavers, hermits, phallic-shaped dust tomatos. Billed a living memorial to the wit, style, and unintentional genius of Rybread Celsius by Cody Sandifer." [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]
Adventures of a Hexagon, by Tyler Zahnke
Average member rating: (5 ratings)

Andromeda Apocalypse — Extended Edition, by Marco Innocenti
Average member rating: (29 ratings)

Floating in space on a strange vessel, sole survivor of a world... and maybe of the entire human race, Ektor Mastiff must find a way through the cosmos, on a voyage that can change the history of mankind...

Andromeda Ascending, by Truthcraze
Average member rating: (4 ratings)

Set almost 1700 years before the events of Andromeda Awakening and Andromeda Apocalypse, Andromeda Ascending takes place during a crucial time period in the Andromeda galaxy. Humanity has been decimated by...

Another Goddamn Escape the Locked Room Game, by Riff Conner
Average member rating: (17 ratings)

In this escape game intended to be a parody of the genre, you play as someone with amnesia who wakes up in a unfamiliar basement or bomb shelter. Your head is pounding from a massive headache. The steel door...

Bear Creek, Part 1, by Wes Modes
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Average member rating: (7 ratings)

Bear Creek, August 1975. Looking back, it was that summer, or maybe just that one day that changed everything. KC and the Sunshine Band was on the radio and you were eight years old. A curious daydreamer, on...

Bell Park, Youth Detective, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
Average member rating: (61 ratings)

A headstrong twelve-year-old detective gets in over her head when she's hired to solve a murder mystery at an internet technology conference.

The Best Man, by Stephen Bond
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Average member rating: (11 ratings)

The Bibliophile, by Marshal Tenner Winter
Average member rating: (10 ratings)

“Azathoth is a cosmic horror; a force outside of known physics, Higgins.” Doctor Coffey explains, “It is the embodiment of chaos and destruction and now Dennison has found a way to bring this nightmare to...

Bill Belichick Offseason Simulator, by Jon Bois
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Average member rating: (4 ratings)

This must be emphasized from the outset: The Bill Belichick Offseason Simulator is a tool, and not a toy. It does not exist to amuse you. It is meant to train prospective football coaches in the art and...

Body Bargain, by Amanda Lange
Average member rating: (26 ratings)

Your surgery went very well. But you couldn't really afford it... Be aware that this is a work of horror. This game involves situations that may be violent, distressing, disturbing, or triggering. This game...

Byzantine Perspective, by Lea Albaugh
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Average member rating: (55 ratings)

Your task is simple enough. Just nab the chalice.

Calliope, by Jason McIntosh
Average member rating: (10 ratings)

Calm, by Joey Jones and Melvin Rangasamy
Average member rating: (17 ratings)

Since the spores came life has been happier. How could it not be? For now stress is fatal and all who remain alive must remain calm...

Cana According To Micah, by Christopher Huang (as Rev. Stephen Dawson)
Average member rating: (19 ratings)

Being an account of the wedding at Cana, by the servant Micah; in which further details, doubtlessly apocryphal, are given of the event, including his contention with a surly Baptist, an interfering orphan,...

Captain Verdeterre's Plunder, by Ryan Veeder
Average member rating: (48 ratings)

You should carry the bag. I'm more of a delegator.

Changes, by David Given
Average member rating: (18 ratings)

Cheater, by Wesley Osam
Average member rating: (9 ratings)
"A small game; the only way to win is to literally cheat. Might be difficult for players who aren't familiar with the Inform language debugging verbs." [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]
The Chinese Room, by Harry Josephine Giles and Joey Jones
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Average member rating: (34 ratings)
The Chinese Room is a hilarious romp through the world of philosophical thought experiments. Have you ever wanted to win Zeno's race? Free the denizens of Plato's Cave? Or find out what it's really like to...

Craverly Heights, by Ryan Veeder
Average member rating: (18 ratings)

Take on the role of Doctor Langridge, whose patient, Janine, is very sick.

A Cup of Tea, by The Egotist
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Average member rating: (4 ratings)

A very simple game. The challenge: prepare a cup of tea. Don't die.

Danse Nocturne, by Joey Jones
Average member rating: (17 ratings)

Danse Nocturne is interactive blank verse, based on one of the legends of Charlemagne. It is played by dancing in different ways and has over a dozen different endings and understands over 1200 different...

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