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Nyna Lives, by Sarah Rhiannon Nowack
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The life of a witch's cat is no stroll in the park. It's more like a stroll through monster-infested woods, over temperamental streams, and across festering swamps. But you can handle it, right? Hurry home,...

The Ocean, by Joyce Hatton
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A game about grief and a day at the beach.

Off the Rails, by Katie Benson
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You're on your way to your parents for a very ordinary weekend. But you wish it wouldn't be so ordinary. What secrets are hidden in a mundane magazine? Where will the night take you? How far will you go to...

Old fogey, by Simon Deimel
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The strange painting on the wall of the living room has always bothered you. A tiny diversion with different endings, limited to some essential elements.

Old Jim's Convenience Store, by Anssi Räisänen
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When you heard that Uncle Jim has left you his convenience store in his will, you were initially delighted. After all, you've always wanted to stand on your own, make your own money and get forward in life,...
Ollie Ollie Oxen Free, by Carolyn VanEseltine
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"War may sometimes be a necessary evil. But no matter how necessary, it is always an evil, never a good. We will not learn how to live together in peace by killing each other's children." - Jimmy Carter

Open Sorcery, by Abigail Corfman
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You are online. You are fire and order. You are here to protect. ---- "Open Sorcery" is a game about technology, magic and becoming a person. It follows the development of an Elemental Firewall--a creature...

Open That Vein, by Chandler Groover
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You are going to open that vein. La Petite Mort entry in ECTOCOMP 2015.

Opening Night, by David Batterham
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You stepped off the streetcar moments ago, halting before the grand facade of the Marquis Theatre. You have come to see your idol, the Broadway star Miranda Lily, performing in all her dizzying glory. [blurb...

Out West, by veoviscool12
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Out in the dusty wastelands of the West, everyone must be his own master. Self-reliance is required, and strangers are distrusted - or shot. You are one of these hardened men, trying to eke out an existence...

Oxygen, by Benjamin Sokal
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An explosion rattles the Aegis mining station and the oxygen tanks are leaking. Who gets the remaining oxygen and who will perish? The choice is up to you, a lowly technician trapped in an access conduit.

Pale, by Ally Vordan
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Paradise, by Devine Lu Linvega
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A multiplayer library, endless and sleepless.

parasite, by Porpentine
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trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9tGJapK-jI made for the new inquiry, to coincide with my interview: http://thenewinquiry.com/essays/beautiful-weapons/

a partial list of things for which i am grateful, by Devon Guinn
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i hope that this list will never be finished

Pas De Deux, by Linus Åkesson
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Striding into the spotlight, you smile as you look out over the crowd. It's a good turnout tonight. Now it is up to the Bournebrook Rill Community Orchestra and you, maestro Nevada Elmsbee, to deliver a...

PataNoir, by Simon Christiansen
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The Baron's daughter is missing, and you are the man to find her. No problem. With your inexhaustible arsenal of hard-boiled similes, there is nothing you can't handle.

Patrick, by michael lutz
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A very short game about having an uncomfortable conversation with a vaguely sinister white guy. One ending. Or is there? Ask a friend to play and then compare notes.

The Peccary Myth, by Gerardo Aerssens (as Pergola Cavendish)
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Please to visit Guillermo, New Mexico USA, home of Trendly's Cyber Trends the makers of Cliikus. Scenic wonders, hip neighborhoods, and the more viral memes are there. Grunk Zork Opp Meep! Guillermo Tourist...

The People's Glorious Revolutionary Text Adventure Game, by Taylor Vaughan
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Sure, there's only five of you against a world full of reactionaries, but you have Revolutionary Spirit! You can't possibly fail. Nothing can stand in your way! Now if only you could find your Revolutionary...

The Periwink, by Jedediah Berry
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It's your last day as her ladyship's groundskeeper—but you still have a little work left to do. A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

Phantom, by Peter Eastman
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You have recently begun taking lessons from a new voice teacher. Under his expert instruction, your opera career is flourishing. If only he would let you see his face. This work includes music which is an...

Phone in Mouth, by Leon Arnott
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Photograph: A Portrait of Reflection, by Steve Evans
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Photograph was an entry in the 2002 IFComp, in which it placed 3rd out of 38 entries. It was also nominated for two XYZZY awards, "Best Player Character" & "Best Use Of Medium". It's a story-driven, almost...

Photopia, by Adam Cadre
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"Will you read me a story?" "Read you a story? What fun would that be? I've got a better idea: let's tell a story together."


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