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When acting as a particle / When acting as a wave, by David T. Marchand
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A game with links. The links tell you the story and the consequences of having clicked on previous links. There’s nothing other than links. Can you read that text? Then you can click it! It’s been said that...

When in Rome 1: Accounting for Taste, by Emily Short
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Manhattan, May, 1954.

Who Among Us, by Tia Orisney
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A noir-themed murder mystery story inspired by Agatha Christie's novel "And Then There Were None" and set in modern day Russia.

Who Shot Gum E. Bear?, by Damon L. Wakes
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Gum E. Bear lies dead in a pool of his own liquid centre, and only Bubble Gumshoe - private eye extraordinaire - can deliver sweet justice on the rain-sticky streets of Sugar City. Explore the area, seek out...

Will Not Let Me Go, by Stephen Granade
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Dallas, Texas. 1996. Fred Strickland has Alzheimer's.

Winter Storm Draco, by Ryan Veeder
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A chronicle of the events of the winter storm of the same name.

Wolfgirls in Love, by Kitty Horrorshow
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two wolves go out for a night on the town CW: violence, contains music (see if you can keep the rhythm!)
woods leaves stream body blood, by David Demchuk
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An eight-year-old boy finds a body in the woods near his grandmother's house. Somewhere there is a dog barking.

The World Model is Really Problematic, by Spankminister
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A short game about making a game. Made for Twiny Jam.

The World Turned Upside Down, by Bruno Dias
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It's just shy of closing time on the last Saturday before Christmas; only a handful of regulars left in the bar. Peaceful, even, in spite of all of the city's damage. And then he walks in with some messed-up...

Wrenlaw, by Ryan Veeder
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It would be nice to know what you're looking for.

Xanthippe's Last Night with Socrates, by Victor Gijsbers
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It's your last night together, for literal fuck's sake, but your husband is 'not in the mood'. Can you convince him to fulfil his marital duties? ...

The Xylophoniad, by Robin Johnson
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The King of Anachronopolis has ordered you to end the Trojan War, slay the dreaded Bicyclops, and rescue a couple of inmates from Hades. A comic adventure set in Greek mythology.

The Lottery Ticket, by Anonymous
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A fool and his money will soon depart, but a fool and his thoughts will lose more than that!

Yes, my mother is..., by Skarn
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Counseling is no easy job. When someone requests your help, within the space of a few questions, you must have learned enough about them, about their strengths and weaknesses, about what they want and what...

Yesterday, You Saved the World, by Astrid Dalmady
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Today you are only Lucy Newman, eighth grader, C student, nobody. But yesterday, you were cosmic. Yesterday, you were a magical girl. Yesterday, you saved the world.

You are Standing at a Crossroads, by Astrid Dalmady
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You are Standing at a Crossroads is a short Twine story about being lost, being changed, and being stagnant.

You Find Yourself in a Room., by Eli Piilonen
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YFYIAR is the drunken uncle of text-based adventures: Abusive, abrasive, and maybe a little funny.

You Will Select a Decision, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
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A pair of knock-off choose your own adventure books from Soviet-era Kyrgyzstan.

Yours for the Telling, by Raymond Queneau

This work is an adaptation of 'Contre à votre façon', which was first published in 'Le nouvel observateur' in July 1967. It was first published as a book in 1981.

You’re Tiny People. Can You Open The Fridge And Get The Lemon?, by ClickHole
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The world is a big place, and today is a huge time.

Zero Summer, by Gordon Levine, Tucker Nelson, Becca Noe
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Zero Summer is a wordy western card-playing RPG set in the post-apocalyptic American southwest. Nearly two decades after monsters poured out of Corpus Christi and divided the United States between...

[R]espawn, by Javy Gwaltney
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It�s the future. The remnants of humanity, in the aftermath of a cataclysmic event known only as The Fall, have fled a dying homeworld to seek refuge among the colonies of the solar system. 500 years later...

[You wake up itching.], by Michael S. Gentry
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This game is an entry in the Mystery House Taken Over project. The story and graphics are adapted from Roberta Williams' original Mystery House.


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