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Please, rewind me, by Bric--brac
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A short Twine about a family dealing with loss and grief.

Police Bear, by Anna Anthropy
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Across America, scores of the disenfranchised and jobless have flocked to the streets in protest of unchecked corporate and capitalist greed, only to be met with strong police resistance. These are confusing...

The Pool, by Jacob Reux
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You work at a research institute that studies aquatic life. But you swear you just saw something strange in the water....

Predictions of a Strip Mall Psychic, by Jake Elliott
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The storefront will just be a big window, the interior cloaked with dark, ornately patterned curtains. You'll have a neon sign, of course: "PAST PRESENT FUTURE."

Progenitor's Folly: Killing Orders, by Clinton Ma
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Progenitor's Folly: Killing Orders is a fast-paced, science-fiction thriller that puts you in the role of Miranda Gellar, a brilliant young scientist who has gone on the run from her corporate masters on the...

Prospero, by Bruno Dias
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A prince and his courtiers retreat to his palace to hide from a deadly plague. Adapted from EA Poe's The Masque of the Red Death.

Psychomanteum, by Hanon Ondricek
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Every year your friend hosts a Halloween party where guests are expected to complete three dares. This is the third. A Grand Guignol entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

The Queen's Menagerie, by Chandler Groover
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These beasts won't feed themselves. A puzzleless exhibition. Ten to fifteen minutes.

Quest for the Traitor Saint, by Owlor
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As the only diplomat of a doomed island nation, you need to learn the culture and customs of the Horses in order to succeed with your mission. These aliens are outwardly friendly, but secretive to a fault....

QUIMER-B, by David T. Marchand
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A story of robotization and technophobia, about a supercomputer left in charge of the facilities it was developed in.

Quing's Quest VII: The Death of Videogames!, by Dietrich Squinkifer (Squinky)
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You are a young monarch of mysterious and indistinct gender, valiantly trying to survive exile from your home planet -- or whatever's left of it since the invasion, anyway.

Quit Your Job Simulator 2014, by Caelyn Sandel (as Colin Sandel)
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Exactly 14 hours before the sprint review, Manny from the California office has finally fixed the bug you've been bothering him about for weeks. He kicked a new build, which will take about an hour and a...

Rainbow Bridge, by John Demeter
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In this tiny game, you play as the angel Gabriel in an isolated cabin with your lover, a mortal man named Demeter. Because of an unexpected crisis, you must now return to the celestial plane. But to get...

REALLY, IF / REALLY, ALWAYS, by Dawn Sueoka
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An experiment in human-mediated computer-computer interaction.

Recorded, by Nick Junius
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Sometimes we lose the things most precious to us and must look for them in unlikely, or sometimes likely places. You have lost your voice and find yourself in a place you do not recognize with its own loss...

Redactor, by Austin Auclair, Katie Atkinson, Laura Buda, Teddy Rodger, Catherine Shook, Brent Stansell
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Redactor was created as the author's excuse to incorporate interactive fiction into his day job. It was created to promote the Shakespeare Theatre Company's presentation of "1984" in early 2016. You play as...

Redstone, by Fred
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A VIP's been murdered at the reservation casino. As the deputy on call, it's up to you to find the killer. You have until morning before the FBI turns up the heat. Redstone is a parser/choice hybrid designed...

Reference and Representation: An Approach to First-Order Semantics, by Ryan Veeder
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Violence is the answer to this one.

Relic, by Caelyn Sandel
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Psychological horror about an artifact.

Renga in Four Parts, by Jason Dyer
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This is interactive poetry: you can type particular words that occur in the text, or words that are implied. You can be entirely experiential and use word-association. Keep in mind that what you type is much...

Reset, by Autumn Nicole Bradley
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Always trust your Administratrix. Willing but unwitting, one citizen experiences the new possibilities of kink in a transhuman cyborg future.

The Richard Mines, by Evan Wright
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Czechoslovakia, 1949. Though World War Two has been over for several years, rumors of underground German factories still persist. No one has found found yet, until now...

Rite of Passage, by Arno von Borries
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A comedy in four parts about exciting games of instinct and wits, set in childhood. Not necessarily for children.

The Ritual, by Ed Turner
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A short about being a cult leader, attempting to raise a Lovecraftian horror.

The Rocket Man From The Sea, by Janos Honkonen
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On the old pilot station island, where you live with your parents, the war fought with Earth and Martian rocket-ships and Atomic Heat Rays exist only in the sonorous voice of the newscaster on the radio, and...


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