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Dark Deeds, by sarge370
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A murder mystery interactive story based in London at the end of the Middle Ages, will you be able to solve the murder based off of the clues you gather?
A Dark Room, by Michael Townsend
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A Dark Room is a famous text-based indie game made by doublespeakgames, which was inspired by Candy Box, but it's much grimmer in tone, with a stronger plot and a more roguelike-like focus on survival. And...
Dastardly, by Andy Chase
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A Day for Fresh Sushi, by Emily Short
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No time for fantasy. Must feed fish.

A Day for Soft Food, by Tod Levi
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"Ever since the provider's sickness began, he's been all hisses and growls. Even the slightest misstep seems to annoy him. Perhaps that's why your bowl has held nothing but hard food lately. And not much of...

A Day in Life, by John Goettle
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A day in life is a game where you ride vehicles and buy things.

De Baron, by Victor Gijsbers
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An evil nobleman, a kidnapped daughter and a father who wants to rescue her at any cost--that is not the way life works. Something much darker, something much more human, lies underneath.

Dead Cities, by Jon Ingold
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The letter you received from Arkwright's nephew Carter was clear enough: when the old man dies the inheritance tax will be too great. It's certain ruin, much like the estate itself. To raise some capital the...

Dead Like Ants, by C.E.J. Pacian
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You play as a young woman in red overalls, a red worker ant. Every spring, five dangerous creatures visit the tree and threaten the village, and every spring, the Queen sends one of her daughters to...

Dead Pavane for a Princess, by Emily Boegheim
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You are Maurice Ravel, the noted composer. You must find a way to escape from your study, for your poor friend now your zombified ex-friend Claude Debussy lurks outside!

Death off the Cuff, by Simon Christiansen
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They all stare at you expectantly, like children waiting to be told a bedtime story. Who can blame them? You are, after all, Antoine Saint Germain, the great French detective. No criminal has ever been a...

Depression Quest, by Zoe Quinn, Patrick Lindsey, Isaac Schankler
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"An interactive (non)fiction about living with depression." The player of this multimedia hypertext game is given a series of everyday life events, and has to attempt to manage their illness, relationships,...

Detectiveland, by Robin Johnson
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New Losago, 1929 - a town full of creeps, clowns, mobsters and, if you know where to look, the occasional honest citizen. Guide private investigator Lanson Rose through a series of puzzling cases: solve the...

Devil's Food, by Hanon Ondricek
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A short story about cake, and the nature of Evil.

Dig My Grave, by Ryan Veeder
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For reasons which remain obscure, it is your job to dig a grave. Written for the Apollo 18+20 tribute album project.

Digital Witnesses, by rosencrantz
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You are on the run, but why? A short fiction created in twenty-three Twine passages, prompted by a challenge on Twinery.org.

Dinner Bell, by Jenni Polodna
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You are the involuntary and very hungry test subject of a semi-anthropomorphized dog in a labcoat who wants you to find all sixteen food items mentioned in They Might Be Giants' song Dinner Bell, which have...

Doggerland, by A. DeNiro
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An autobiographical work with both prose and poetry. From a cabin in Wisconsin to the Czech Republic to a land underneath the North Sea.

Doki Doki Literature Club, by Team Salvato
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Hi, Monika here! Welcome to the Literature Club! It's always been a dream of mine to make something special out of the things I love. Now that you're a club member, you can help me make that dream come true...

Dominique Pamplemousse - It's All Over Once The Fat Lady Sings!, by Dietrich Squinkifer (Squinky)
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Dominique Pamplemousse in �It�s All Over Once The Fat Lady Sings!� is a unique and offbeat stop motion animated detective adventure game about gender and the economy. Also, all the characters...

The Domovoi, by Bravemule
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Your friend, a folk storyteller, has offered to perform her latest work. As her audience, it is your task to advise how her tale should unfold.

Don't Look Twice, by GriffEn
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At night, it's best not to look into mirrors. Something might smile back.

Down, the Serpent and the Sun, by Chandler Groover
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The feathered serpent coils before you, greater than any god or any monster. Maimed warriors are crushed beneath its claws. The sun will never rise again.

Dragonslayer, by Chris Longhurst
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The Dragon killed everyone, but Adrasteia did not die. This is the story of what she did instead.

Dual Transform, by Andrew Plotkin
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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.


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