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Disenchantment Bay, by Jacqueline A Lott (with a head start from Emily Short)
Average member rating: (5 ratings)

From the about text: "The Inform 7 examples collectively known as Disenchantment Bay were born of a trip that Emily Short made with Dan Shiovitz to Alaska to visit me and Sam Kabo Ashwell, many years ago....

The Djinni Chronicles, by J. D. Berry
Average member rating: (32 ratings)

Don't Fire Until You See The Yellows Of Their Niblets, by Dan Shiovitz
Average member rating: (2 ratings)

You're working the night shift at the Big Foods supermarket. You just need to finish sweeping the produce aisle and you can go home... unless you find yourself fighting a duel to the death with a corn...
Donkey Kong, by Andrew Plotkin
Average member rating: (14 ratings)

Dual Transform, by Andrew Plotkin
Average member rating: (101 ratings)

This game takes place in a single room — but not always the same one. The room contains just one item, but again, there's more to it than that. Experiment and enjoy.

Earth And Sky 3: Luminous Horizon, by Paul O'Brian
Average member rating: (39 ratings)

The Elysium Enigma, by Eric Eve
Average member rating: (74 ratings)

It was meant to be a routine visit on behalf of the imperial government, just to remind the settlers that the Empire hadn't forgotten them, and if you stick rigidly to the letter of your orders and refuse to...

Endless, Nameless, by Adam Cadre
Average member rating: (47 ratings)

The first time I ever saw someone play a text adventure was in fifth grade. One of the sixth-graders didn't go to outdoor ed, and therefore spent the week in my fifth-grade classroom, playing Scott Adams's...

A Family Supper, by Emily Short, Richard Evans, Linden Lab
Average member rating: (2 ratings)

The Quinn family is hosting a small house party, but an unconventional guest threatens their peace with sonnets, vegetarianism, and a gift for finding everyone's sore points. When secrets start coming to...

First Draft of the Revolution, by Emily Short, Liza Daly and inkle
Average member rating: (47 ratings)

It is dangerous to deceive a husband of magic-using rank... Juliette has been banished for the summer to a village above Grenoble: a few Alpine houses, a deep lake, blue sky, and no society. Now she writes...

Floatpoint, by Emily Short
Average member rating: (96 ratings)

It is night on this side of the planet. Settled areas are lit: a jagged crescent in the tropics, lining the inland sea. The bright splatter along the top of the curve is Tanhua, as bright from space as New...

For a Change, by Dan Schmidt
Average member rating: (107 ratings)

"The sun has gone. It must be brought. You have a rock." [--blurb from Competition '99]

Four in One, by J. Robinson Wheeler
Average member rating: (9 ratings)

"Do you realize how behind schedule and over budget this picture is?" "Look, Mr. Thalberg," you say. "All I've gotta do is get the master shot in the can. So, maybe it'll take twenty takes. But when I get...

Fugue, by Emily Short
Average member rating: (10 ratings)

Published by Up Right Down, in response to the following plot prompt: THE PLOT: In a bistro in Paris a young woman (A) tells her three girlfriends (B, C, and D) about the affair she had with an American...

Galatea, by Emily Short
Average member rating: (313 ratings)

Emily Short's description: A conversation with a work of art. "47. Galatea. White Thasos marble. Non-commissioned work by the late Pygmalion of Cyprus. (The artist has since committed suicide.) Originally...

Glass, by Emily Short
Average member rating: (98 ratings)

The Prince sits awkwardly on the couch, holding his glass slipper and trying to keep it from crushing. Lucinda and Theodora have the ends of the same couch, and they are taking turns seeing who can bend...

The Hobbit, by Philip Mitchell and Veronika Megler
Average member rating: (26 ratings)

Hoist Sail for the Heliopause and Home, by Andrew Plotkin
Average member rating: (82 ratings)

A far-future story of discovery.

The House on the Cliff, by Emily Short, Richard Evans, Linden Lab
Average member rating: (1 rating)

An accident to a carriage and mail coach strand a group of strangers in a desolate stretch of coastland. The only source of shelter is an ancient, rambling estate, where neither servants nor master appear to...

Hunter, in Darkness, by Andrew Plotkin
Average member rating: (119 ratings)

I don't remember why this game is called "Onion", by Dan Shiovitz
Average member rating: (4 ratings)
In this short silly game, you play as someone on Mars visiting the pretend Eiffel Tower that aliens built in the past. Features Nostradamus and a hose-pipe and not much else.

I-0, by Anonymous
Average member rating: (153 ratings)

Stranded on Interstate Zero after your car broke down, you are miles away from the last sign of civilization. It's twenty minutes to noon and the temperature is well over 120°F. It's beginning to look like...

IF Progressive One, by Sarah Morayati, Rick Dague, Dan Shiovitz, Carl Muckenhoupt, Marius Müller, Mark J. Musante, and Tom Blawgus
Average member rating: (1 rating)

This chaotic game was written by six authors sequentially, each author only adding to the game as written so far. It all begins with you as a kindergarten teacher in your classroom after all the kids have...

Indigo, by Emily Short
Average member rating: (48 ratings)

"Years ago, a witch placed you in this tower and arranged for your upkeep, paying certain villagers well to keep you supplied with the most basic necessities, and no more. Your years in the tower have...

Inhumane, by Andrew Plotkin
Average member rating: (21 ratings)

A parody of Infocom's Infidel, written when the author was fifteen, then converted to Inform. To collect a treasure, you must show an ancient guardian how awful an adventurer you are. [--blurb from The...

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