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"Do Not Meddle", by Teaspoon
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Will you be one of the naughty, meddling boys, or the good one who obeys the dictum "DO NOT MEDDLE"? Done largely as an exercise in third-person coding, this is a verbose adaptation of a 19th century Moral...

♥Magical Makeover♥, by S. Woodson
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"You hold in your hand a pink, heart-shaped card daubed in rosewater and oil of jasmine — an invitation to the Princess Philantha's Grand Equinox Ball. In gilded, sweeping, sweet-smelling calligraphy, the...

'Mid the Sagebrush and the Cactus, by Victor Gijsbers
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They shot you in the leg, the sheriff or one of his men, but you still managed to get away. You always manage to get away. And while they're off pursuing you to, who knows, perhaps Colorado, you have quietly...

A(s)century, by Austin Walker
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"The deal was done without any organic handshakes. Global United Manufacturing purchased Computextual Services at 1:04:02 PM (GMT), on November 27, 2077. Within seconds, everyone was fired. GUM only wanted...

1 AM, by Soundboy
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Made for Ludum Dare 27. 1 AM is a short piece about how choices shape romantic relationships. I was inspired early on by the idea that the 10 seconds referred to by the theme weren't necessarily consecutive...

1181, by Grim and notgojira
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C:\User\█████> "1181 is a Twine inspired by the Fermi paradox, cosmic horror, and Isaiah 34:14." This twine contains multiple endings and is best played in fullscreen. Gail (@notgojira) did the tremendous...

13 Minutes of Light, by Jod
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Mars is, at best, 13 minutes of light removed from Earth. So when your girlfriend gets on the Commercial Virgin spaceflight to teach at Mars University, you realize the relationship has... a bit of a...

16 Ways to Kill a Vampire at McDonalds, by Abigail Corfman
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You're a vampire hunter on your night off. You're getting a manicure, seeing a movie, and eating fast food. But there's a vampire in this McDonalds. If you don't do something, then in one hour it will eat...

1981, by Anonymous
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(author is Adam Cadre, but game is unsigned)

20 Strokes, by PaperBlurt
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You find yourself in a public swimming pool. Chlorine irritates your skin and you just know that the little boy standing still is taking a whiz. 20 Strokes are required to get from one end to the other. All...

The 4 Edith, by Roboman
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80 DAYS, by inkle, Meg Jayanth
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1872, with a steampunk twist. Phileas Fogg has wagered he can circumnavigate the world in just eighty days. Choose your own route around a 3D globe, travelling by airship, submarine, mechanical camel,...

9:05, by Adam Cadre
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The phone rings. Oh, no — how long have you been asleep? Sure, it was a tough night, but... This is bad. This is very bad. The phone rings.

Aayela, by Magnus Olsson
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Academic Pursuits (As Opposed To Regular Pursuits), by ruqiyah
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Dear Ms. ████████ We are delighted to offer you a position in our architecture department. After your application and interview we are confident you will really sink your teeth into this role. Your new...

Accuse, by David A. Wheeler
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This is a small puzzle/game where you must determine who murdered someone, with what, and where, by making a series of accusations. The solution, suspect placement, and weapon placement is random each time....

The Act of Misdirection, by Callico Harrison
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The curtain lifts to a torrent of applause, as the city's gents and ladies lose their decorum for a just few moments in anticipation of something magical. The spotlights drown the glitter of sequins and...

AETERNAL, by massivebittrip
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An existential romp through space-time. (don't miss the new game plus)

Afflicted, by Doug Egan
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This isn't the safest neighborhood. A young woman was abducted near here only recently. But as a city sanitarian you are obligated to complete your annual inspection of the local dive. [blurb from IF Comp...

After-Words, by fireisnormal
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Resolve problems. Open Gates. Free Skycity. Go home. A game where you explore a surreal floating city, in which all room descriptions, lines of dialogue, item descriptions and action text are a maximum of...

Afternoon in the House of Secrets, by Anna Anthropy
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You have come to this enigmatic house in search of the secret that you know is here. You shall not leave until you find it! Made in two hours for the 25th Klik of the Month Klub.

Akabane Nights, by Dobromir Harrison
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You're a vampire living near Akabane Station in Northern Tokyo. Can you make it through another night unscathed, or will your baser urges give you away? "WARNING: It has bad language, (mild) sexual content...

Akkoteaque, by Anthony Casteel
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It is a wet, disgusting day in the middle of April. You are just about sick of the rain. You're just about sick of everything. They keep telling you, when you turn sixteen you can do what you like and live...

AlethiCorp, by Simon Christiansen
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Do you have what it takes to be an Associate Information Management Consultant with one of the world's largest information management companies? Can you leverage synergies with the best to operationalize our...

Alice Falling, by Matthias Conrady
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An adaptation of the beginning of Alice in Wonderland. Contemplate your little girl life while plummeting through the rabbit-hole. The association-filled writing of Caroll urged me to try an adaption.

All Alone, by Ian Finley
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All Hail the Spider God, by Nelson
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All Hail The Spider God is an eerie interactive fiction adventure about You, and all the Yous you've left behind.

All Hope Abandon, by Eric Eve
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Your day got off to a good enough start when you met that blonde in the breakfast queue, but it's all downhill from there: you may be wishing you could escape a particularly dire lecture, but not by the one...

All I Do is Dream, by Megan Stevens
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Your girlfriend has gone to work and you're alone in the house. What will you do? Learn a new language? Take up an instrument? Train for a marathon? Or I guess you could take a nap.

All That We Could Ever Be: a reincarnation [anti]romance, by Canti
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All That We Could Ever Be (formerly titled 'Reins') is about the climactic reunion at the end of a reincarnation romance. ATWCEB is more of a word labyrinth than a game or a story; it's a wandering through...

All the pleading emoticons, by Finny
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A game about self-harm.

All Your Time-Tossed Selves, by Porpentine
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a story made in Google Forms

Allison and the Cool New Spaceship Body, by Tempe O' Kun, Samuel Pipes
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Your name is Allison. You're 10 years old and have a spaceship for a body. When you were just a baby, you were in a really bad accident, so bad it almost killed you. To save you, doctors and an AI put your...

Alone/Awake, by PaperBlurt
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Alone/Awake is a short Twine game, or maybe rather an experiment. A lonely astronaut with almost no oxygen left - striving to survive. Or is it a story about two astronauts on a desolate planet? The...

Americano, by Peter Wonica
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During a mandantory adventure, an android falls in love with a human boy and goes to incredible lengths to get his attention and admiration. The writing style is erratic and slightly silly. This was...

Amity x Li, by KimikoMuffin
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An entry in Ruin Jam 2014 about two girls in love, chatting about life. Amity Watkins and her girlfriend Li Anderson are seniors in high school in the smallish, obscure town of Foxville, Massachusetts. It's...

Anchorhead, by Michael Gentry
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You take a deep breath of salty air as the first raindrops begin to spatter the pavement, and the swollen, slate-colored clouds that blanket the sky mutter ominous portents amongst themselves over the little...

AND WHEN I SQUINT IT LOOKS LIKE CHRISTMAS, by Norbez
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Oh no! Young Polly has been transported to a strange, magical land by an evil wizard. Help her get back home in this Twine adventure! This game was designed as a young player's first introduction to...

ANEMONE.0, by Alan DeNiro
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The first entry in Feu de Joie that's not from BUCOLIC. Quarter_Moon_Master's first stab at contact. Travel to THE ANEMONE.

Another Day in Seething Bay, by Lisa Shininger
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"What ever went wrong on a Monday?" A cash-strapped lunar colonist struggles to get through another day of faceless corporate drudgery.

Aquarium, by Hannah Powell-Smith
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You're seventeen. It's dark in here. Aquarium is a story game about skipping school with a cute boy. There are multiple endings. You can play in your browser on most devices - Internet Explorer will not...

Arcane Intern (Unpaid), by Astrid Dalmady
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Getting coffee, making copies, tampering with powers beyond your control. You know, normal intern things. Now if only you were getting paid for it...

Ash, by Lee Grey
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Ash is an autobiographical story about the final days of life, and the loss of a parent.

Ashes, by Glass Rat Media
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Le Grand Guignol entry in ECTOCOMP 2015. Five old college friends reunite to fulfill a friend's final request. But all of them have secrets. And some have blood on their hands. Warnings for violence and...

Augmented Fourth, by Brian Uri!
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WANTED: Amateur musicians to serve the Royal Court. Must provide own instrument and be inured to copious constructive criticism. Impress your friends! Meet the King! Apply in person at the Castle, located on...

Autumn's Daughter, by Devolution Games
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The smallest choices have drastic consequences in this short story. Follow the girl as she tries to assert independence in a society that tries to cut her down.
Awake, by Josh Giesbrecht (as joshg)
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A story of searching.

The Axolotl Project, by Samantha Vick
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As a lowly intern on Sadler Pharmaceutical’s high-security lunar research base, you set out to find an escaped test subject before your boss does. Along the way, you’ll unravel the mystery of your coworker’s...

baby tree, by Lester Galin
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a short horror game

Backup, by Gregory Weir
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In a desolate outpost, you are the backup program, code of last resort as it were. Communications with the outside world have been severed; encrypted data is flowing across your network; political...

Beautiful Dreamer, by S. Woodson
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"Outside, the chill wind wails and tears the leaves from their branches. Gusts of wind scour the muddy sidewalks; gusts of wind roar through the alleys between buildings. Before one gust can fade, another...

Because You're Mine, by Owlor
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Find the various components necessary to perform a dark ritual in a swamp populated by Horses. A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

Beet the Devil, by Carolyn VanEseltine
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Your dog is gone. She must be brought. You have a beet (and some other vegetables).

Before The Show, by piratescarfy
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A personal game about my experiences waiting to go on stage.

Begscape, by Porpentine
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highly randomized fantasy begging sim or bleak slot machine poem

Behind the Door, by eejitlikeme
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It all started around a month ago, when you received the first postcard with imprinted exotic flowers and beautiful butterflies. The postcards continued to arrive in your mailbox - without any text apart...

Bell Park, Youth Detective, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
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A headstrong twelve-year-old detective gets in over her head when she's hired to solve a murder mystery at an internet technology conference.

Beneath Floes, by Bravemule; Pinnguaq
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Qikiqtaaluk, 1962. The sun falls below the horizon and won't return for months. You wander the broken shoreline, wary of your mother's stories about the qalupalik. Fish woman, stealer of wayward children:...

Best Gopher Ever, by Arthur DiBianca
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Help the unfortunate residents of Fairview! (Who are all animals, by the way.) A light puzzle game for all ages.

Best of Three, by Emily Short
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Beware The Faerie Food You Eat, by Astrid Dalmady
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They say that some of the faerie folk can grant wishes, that they can give gifts to that who gain their favor. Now, you’ve found a portal into their world and you’re ready to step through and claim that...

Beyond, by Roberto Grassi, Paolo Lucchesi, and Alessandro Peretti
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A mysterious death, a secret to be revealed… and someone who wants to know the truth, at any cost. ...

Big City Interactive Fate Machine, by A. Hagen
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Big City Interactive Fate Machine is a branching narrative about survival in the surreal and dangerous Big City. In this mystical urban wasteland, crime is rampant and the people are not quite human. At the...

Big Trouble in Little Dino Park, by Seth Paxton, Rachel Aubertin
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Ever since cloning dinosaurs became the cheap, cool way to build a theme park there have been lots of them cropping up. Luckily, this one still had a position open for your summer job! Little Dino Park is a...

Bigger Than You Think, by Andrew Plotkin
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Bigger Than You Think is a choice-based interactive narrative. This game was written for the Yuletide 2012 fanfic exchange. The game was inspired -- perhaps loosely -- by Randall Munroe's comic xkcd-1110:...

Birdland, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
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Fourteen-year-old Bridget's summer camp experience takes a turn for the bizarre when her otherworldly bird dreams start bleeding into reality.

Birth of Mind, by Justin de Vesine
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(Intro text) You awake, the pain in your eyes gone after...you can’t even remember how long.

Black Marker, by Michael Kielstra
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Hidden in the shadows, the Agency works for the safety of the citizens. If your goals or beliefs do not appear to align with those of the Agency, you are liable to find yourself in trouble. There are those...

Blighted Isle, by Eric Eve
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Blockade duty in the Bay of Biscay, vile weather, and an unplanned jaunt over the side of the ship into the tossing waves. But instead of drowning, you end up on an island that has no right to be there - and...

The Blind House, by Amanda Allen
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I scarcely know the woman at my side. I don't even know why she was the one I turned to. I can only hope that we haven't been followed, that she won't ask too many questions. The only choice left to me now...

Blood Will Out, by Ella Risbridger
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A game about blood cancer, written for #BloodCancerAwarenessMonth. Grim, harrowing, but a happy ending is possible. "-It is about anxiety. It is also about dying. -There are descriptions of bodies, of blood,...
Bloodless on the Orient Express, by Hannes Schueller
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1899: On the way to your well-earned summer vacation, the Orient Express gets stuck in a snow drift – and there is a murderer on board. Time to get out of your coffin and investigate!

Bloody Raoul, by Caleb Wilson (as Ian Cowsbell)
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Summer in Saturnine. What a night for knife punks!

Blue Chairs, by Chris Klimas
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Bogeyman, by Elizabeth Smyth
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You can go home when you learn to be good.

Boogle, by Buster Hudson
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Boxes, by Anastasia Salter
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An interactive academia metafiction.

Break Stuff, by Amy Clare Fontaine
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What better way to get over a breakup than smashing things? In Break Stuff, you make decisions for a troubled young woman who just broke up with her boyfriend. When your old friend from high school comes...

Breakfast on a Wagon with Your Partner, by bananafishtoday
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You and your partner have a conversation, traveling through a post-apocalyptic landscape.

brevity quest, by Chris Longhurst
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it's a quest!

Bring Me A Head!, by Chandler Groover
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Better hope you can hack it. A Grand Guignol entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

Broken, by Claudio Medina
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A defining day in the life of a kid and his broken family. The idea is for the player to play all the branches so he can get together the pieces of what’s going on.

Bronze, by Emily Short
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When the seventh day comes and it is time for you to return to the castle in the forest, your sisters cling to your sleeves.

A Bucket Filled With Sand, by A C Godliman
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Take a trip down to the beach for a short illustrated text-adventure. Spend a century as the ruler of your castle, will you build a citadel? Library? Expand into a kingdom? It's up to you, just remember...in...

Burning Temples, by ghostwrassler
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wake up as the holy being you are in your lonely temple accrue followers, spruce the place up, witness some things three endings depending on what kind of god you decide to be.. choose wisely
Bus Station, Unbound, by Jenn Ashworth & Richard Hirst
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Bus Station: Unbound is a fable about about finding yourself in-between places and times: a 'choose your own adventure' for grown-ups, in which the narrative lies in your own hands. Is it about an iconic...

Cactus Blue Motel, by Astrid Dalmady
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Somewhere between New Mexico and Arizona, three friends were driving through a barren desert of red rocks, and wide empty skies. It was the end of summer, the end of high school, the end of so many things....

Calm, by Joey Jones and Melvin Rangasamy
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Since the spores came life has been happier. How could it not be? For now stress is fatal and all who remain alive must remain calm...

Can You Find The Mole In This Spy Organization?, by ClickHole
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London, 1971. You sit at your typewriter, typing up a report while reflecting on your mysterious and troubling past. Your hands glide over the keys, but they are no normal hands and no normal keys. They are...

Candlesmoke, by Caelyn Sandel and Carolyn VanEseltine
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Entry in EctoComp 2014.

Capsule II - The 11th Sandman, by PaperBlurt
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There's this pause on the Makida every time the current Sandman goes back into the cryotube, and before the new one awakes. A certain calm where all is still. The Makida's dull hum is heard, but that is all....

Careless Talk, by Diana Rider
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"You pace the deck anxiously as you wait for the chaplain to finish his current appointment. The skies above are a gloomy grey--not foreboding enough for a storm, too grim to be considered cheery. The...

Caroline, by Kristian Kronstrand
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Let Caroline take you by the hand.

Castle of the Red Prince, by C.E.J. Pacian
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Welcome to Amaranth, foreigner. The Red Prince haunts your dreams, you say? If you want to overthrow our tyrant, you’ll need to consider this whole blighted land at once. (Castle of the Red Prince is a small...

Castle, Forest, Island, Sea, by Hide&Seek
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'Castle, Forest, Island, Sea' is a choose-your-own-adventure story that explores key questions in philosophy. Where will your chosen path lead you? From bickering birds to scary monsters, choose your quest...

Cat Petting Simulator 2014, by neongrey
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The most realistic and verismilitudinous text-based simulation of petting a cat ever written.

Cat Simulator 2016, by helado de brownie
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One afternoon, the most important cat around (read: the only one in the house) must set off on a quest fraught with peril, soul-searching, and friendship – all in the name of taking a snooze. Can you guide...
Cheiron, by Elisabeth Polli and Sarah Clelland
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Chemistry and Physics, by Caelyn Sandel (as Colin Sandel) and Carolyn VanEseltine
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Choice of the Deathless, by Max Gladstone
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Battle demons and undead attorneys, and win souls to pay back your student loans! At the elite demonic-law firm of Varkath Nebuchadnezzar Stone, you'll depose a fallen god, find romance, and maybe even make...

Circa Regna Tonat, by JS Choinski
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A short journey through historical Tudor times.

City of Secrets, by Emily Short
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City of the Living Dead, by Joshua Houk (as Tanah Atkinson)
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Entry in ECTOCOMP 2014. Entered under the pseudonym "Tanah Atkinson".

climbing 208 feet up the ruin wall, by Porpentine
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-OVER 207 FEET -MORE THAN 1,000,000 PROCEDURALLY GENERATED VINES -REALISTIC WEATHER SYSTEM -LOOKS LIKE WE GOT A “CLIMB”-INAL INVESTIGATION

The Clockmaker's Apprentice, by Jackson Ranger
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This is my Steampunk tale of a Clockmaker's apprentice. As you work deligently, your boss is working on a secret project. You wonder what it is but he wont budge. Find out what happens, what the secret...
A Cold Grave, by Mike Michalik
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In a cold, snowy country a man finds a victim of a Drowner attack. The man is a psychic detective. An old friend. But why are you there?
Cold Iron, by Andrew Plotkin (as Lyman Clive Charles)
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Your good axe has gone missing. Reverd Pearson would say you're a careless lunkhead who'd lose his ear if it wasn't nailed on. You figure he's right, a man of the cloth, but that doesn't mean piskeys didn't...

Color the Truth, by mathbrush
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Rosalita Morales is dead, and you have to figure out who did it. The four people closest to her had the motive and the means: her partner, her secretary, her ex-husband, and her sister. Re-live their...

Coming Out Simulator 2014, by Nicky Case
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A half-true game about half-truths. You play as a semi-fictional version of me, on a night that changed my life forever. Choose your (my?) words wisely. Every character will remember everything you say - or...
Compound Fracture, by Jimmy Evans
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This game is about dying in a car accident.
Confessions of an NPC, by Charles Hans Huang
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Interview characters in a kingdom not unlike our own who face the problems of our generation.
Constraints, by Martin Bays
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Contrition, by Porpentine
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Someone is whispering behind your back: "She used to be the greatest thief in Contrition, until..."

Corrupter of Dreams, by Robert Patten
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You are a nightmare in paradise.

Corvidia, by Anya Johanna DeNiro
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A very short game about a man, his daughter, the moon, some birds, and an evergreen.

Counterfeit Monkey, by Emily Short
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Anglophone Atlantis has been an independent nation since an April day in 1822, when a well-aimed shot from their depluralizing cannon reduced the British colonizing fleet to one ship. Since then, Atlantis...

A Courier's Tale, by SJ Griffin
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It's the near-future. You are a bike messenger in a city that's half flooded but still mananging to stay afloat despite economic collapse. It's your first week at Packet, the best courier company in the...

Craverly Heights, by Ryan Veeder
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Take on the role of Doctor Langridge, whose patient, Janine, is very sick.

creak, creak, by chandler groover
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"You have to look." 111 words. Made for Porpentine's Twiny Jam.

Creatures Such As We, by Lynnea Glasser
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A dating sim about how humanity connects through art, even out in the vastness of space.

Cryptophasia, by Alan DeNiro (as L. Starr Voronoi)
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"Ever since the fall of the Galactic Thessalocracy 40 years ago, on account of the erebus plague, the one thing that has bound people together across far-flung star systems has been a love of Viennese...

Cryptozookeeper, by Robb Sherwin
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Marrow is delicious but that's not why you're here. You're supposed to pick up a single jar of alien bone jelly, which of course can't exist and doesn't exist, so you've convinced yourself that transporting...

The Curious Incident at Blackrock Township, by Bitter Karella
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The incident began in 1705 at Blackrock Township in the Province of Massachusetts Bay in the house of the Rev. Steadfast Hopkins. After evenmeal, the reverend's daughter fell into a violent fit. When Ezola...

Danse Nocturne, by Joey Jones
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Danse Nocturne is interactive blank verse, based on one of the legends of Charlemagne. It is played by dancing in different ways and has over a dozen different endings and understands over 1200 different...

A Dark and Stormy Entry, by Emily Short
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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.

Dull Grey, by Provodnik Games
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An interactive drama in the traditions of Soviet fiction about choosing a profession. Mother and her teenage son live on the edge of the world amid hot springs, steam, mountains, five-story houses and rusty...

Dwelling: Insomnia, by 0vr
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A horror text-adventure wherein you are woken in the middle of the night by a knock on the front door to your apartment. Do you dare answer it? - Features- Multiple endings Disturbing creatures Violence

Each-uisge, by Jac Colvin
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There is an old adage: When you hear hoofbeats, think horses. However that particular piece of advice does not always hold true.

Earl Grey, by Rob Dubbin and Allison Parrish
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A game about a tea party, a monarchy, and the unpredictability of language.

Earth and Sky, by Paul O'Brian
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It's been almost a month since your parents disappeared. One Tuesday, they just didn't come home, and there's been no sign of them since. For the University and the rest of the town, the mystery is beginning...

Eat Me, by Chandler Groover
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In this castle, you'll eat or be eaten. May contain dairy, carnage, puzzles, nuts.

The Ebb and Flow of the Tide, by Peter Nepstad
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You have done a horrible thing, so horrible that burial will be denied you, either in soil or sea, neither can there be any hell for you. You wait for some hours, knowing this. Then your friends come for...

Ecdysis, by Peter Nepstad
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You wake, a pounding headache loud in your inner ear, the back of your head itching and tingling, your mouth full of cotton. The pain drives away your dreams, weird visions of alien landscapes... Ecdysis is...

Eclosion, by Buster Hudson
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Entry in Ectocomp 2014.
Eh what drink did you order?, by chintokkong
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Play this fast-paced coffeeshop simulation: remembering customers' order of drinks and delivering the beverages to them. How much will you earn in hundred seconds? 220 cents? 570 cents? Or will it be just a...
Eidolon, by A.D. Jansen
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When you wake up, something is passing through the night sky.

The Elevator Game, by Owlor
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Two detectives are investigating surveillance footage of a mare behaving oddly in an elevator. The story takes a turn for the dark when they encounter her presumed killer. Illustrated Twine-game in a Visual...

Elixir, by Zoyander Street
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Try to convince the Metaphysician to prescribe you the elixir so that you can ascend to your true form. Discover what your true form is while you experiment with performativity. Crush medical equipment with...
Elsewhere, by Stacey Mason
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Game made for Twiny Jam, a jam for Twine games in 300 words. Elsewhere in the world, the Water Wars are raging. But things closer to home aren't exactly perfect. Your water rations come at midnight, better...
Emma the Trust Fund Baby, by garcia1000
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Emma the Trust Fund Baby is born with a silver spoon in her mouth figuratively. Short, quite linear IF dealing with the life of Emma the Trust Fund Baby.

The Endling Archive, by Kazuki Mishima
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Browse the Endling Archive to uncover the purpose of its creation.

Endure, by Emily Short
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"Endure" is an interactive translation of four lines of the Odyssey. It responds to the player's choice of translation strategy as well as to the order of translation; the words you translate first will...

ENGINE MACHINE: The Deities of Time and Space, by Adam Bredenberg
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Hypertext poesis on the inevitability of death and the miracle of human suffering.

Enough, by Hannah Powell-Smith
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You're doing OK. A tiny game about comfort. Made for the TinyUtopias jam.

Epitaph, by Max Kreminski
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idle game about existential risks and the death of civilizations

Eurydice, by Anonymous
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A short game about grief, with occasional snakes.

Even Cowgirls Bleed, by Christine Love
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Evita Sempai, by Florencia Rumpel Rodriguez
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A woman in the fifties falls in love with an idealized version of a polemical political figure.

Ex Nihilo, by Juhana Leinonen
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In the beginning there was nothing. From nothing light and darkness were born.

Exhibition, by Ian Finley
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"The Hartman Gallery extends their invitation to an exhibition of Anatoly Domokov's "American Paintings." Who draws the line between art and life? HTML enhanced." [--blurb from Competition '99]

Fabricationist DeWit Remakes the World, by Jedediah Berry
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After a sleep of centuries, a synthetic being receives an unexpected visitor—along with a new role in the Great Project.

The Fairy Woods, by rosencrantz
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Someone dear to you has disappeared into the dangerous woods of the fairy realm, and you're already on your way to save them... The Fairy Woods is an interactive fiction created in Twine for no particular...

Fallen London, by Failbetter Games
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Poet or Assassin? Lover or Spy? Choose your fate in Fallen London, a gothic metropolis a mile beneath the surface of the earth. An epic adventure where you live a sometimes horrific, often curious, but...

False Mavis, by Ted Casaubon (as Litany Brisket)
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An entry in ShuffleComp: Disc 2. Inspired by "Burning Rope" by Genesis and "Long Lankin" by Steeleye Span.
FATHERHOOD SIMULATOR 2016, by Rouser Voko
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100% accurate, exhaustively researched look into the fatherhood experience.

Feu de Joie (Session 2): Good War, by Alan DeNiro
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The Tester continues his testing of the latest interactive Dunsany essay about World War I. But something is still "broken" in the text. And the muted voices from the first Session have become more...

A Figure Met in a Shaded Wood, by Michael Thomét
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In the country of Tuscary, near the town of Clarence, there is a path that runs through the woods and into the nearby mountains. There is a rumor that if you are walking the path at twilight on the night of...

A Fine Day for Reaping, by James Webb (aka revgiblet)
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Step into the bare feet of the Grim Reaper for a day and make sure that five pesky souls keep their appointment with the afterlife.

First Draft of the Revolution, by Emily Short, Liza Daly and inkle
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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...

First Person, by Buster Hudson
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Entry in EctoComp 2014.

Fish Bowl, by Ethan Rupp and Joshua Rupp
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You are a beachcomber living by the shore. Today, you wake to find an empty fish bowl in your home, and don't remember how it got there. You try to piece your memory back together, but soon learn what the...

Fish Dreams, by Carolyn VanEseltine
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The Fixer, by Chikodili Emelumadu
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Story: Chikodili Emelumadu Art: Onyinye Iwu Interactivity: Tory Hoke She finds you, and she won’t let go. Two women hire a private investigator to trail their erring husbands. Playing time: 8 minutes

Flash in the Pan: ADHD Simulator, by Thom Simonson
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An interactive fiction game based on the developer's experience living as an adult with ADHD. Plays in any web browser.

Foo Foo, by Buster Hudson
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Someone's been bopping the field mice on the head, and only Good Fairy, Senior Detective can find out who. A parser-driven noir adventure based on the interactive fiction of Ryan Veeder.

The Forgotten Tavern, by Peter M.J. Gross
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Max and Diana need your help, although Diana might be reluctant to admit that. You should visit their humble establishment. If you help them with their problems, they can help you with yours. You remember...

Four Sittings in a Sinking House, by Bruno Dias
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The thing about sinking is: the sea is not a void. If you're sinking, you're displacing something. A Grand Guignol entry for ECTOCOMP 2016

Fragile Shells, by Stephen Granade
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You don't know how long you've been hammering against the station's wall, but you stop as soon as you realize what you've been doing.

Fridgetopia, by Mathbrush
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Every text is possible on a fridge. Made for the Tiny Utopia Jam.

Galatea, by Emily Short
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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...

The Garlic Cage, Episode I, by Taro for writing , NOM3RCY for programing
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This is a joint effort between me and NosesAreAlive. We've been at it for about a year. Now it's finally here. It is top secret. It is deadly. It is the ultimate war weapon. It smells like garlic. You wake...

Get Lost!, by S. Woodson
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You're a suburban teen, sick of the suburbs. You run away to the land of the fairies, prepared for thrills and danger. Absolutely nothing happens the way you expect. A short Twine game with nine endings,...

The Ghosts of Christmas ______, by Laika Fawkes
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A psychodickensian litadventure where you summon a series of customizable ghosts to harangue a curmudgeon into finding the Christmas spirit. This is a short story that takes about half an hour to complete...

A Gift For Mother, by Natalie Zed
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You are warm and safe inside your host, happily gathering data for Mother.

Glass, by Emily Short
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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...

Glass Jar, by elizawriteshere
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The good people, by Pseudavid
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Explore the weird, until the sunken things come for you. A narration-focused interactive fiction focused on conversation and exploration of a haunted landscape. Playable on mobile, but a computer or tablet...

A Good Wick, by Little Foolery
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In a junction where the roads met on a flat lake, there was once a town called Pyre-on-the-Water, which experienced a thousand nights and no daylight between. We say there was once a town called...

Growing Up, by Andrew Van Deventer
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You feel the sun for the first time as you burst forth into a strange new world. Years pass unevenly as if they were distorted seconds and you perceive many different scenes simultaneously. Plot and survival...
growth, by Liz England
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There is a growth on your hand. You don't remember when it started, but it is here now. A Twiny Jam entry. Sequel to itch.
halloween candy triage simulator, by j. marie
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Entry in Ectocomp 2014.

Hana Feels, by Gavin Inglis
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Something is bothering Hana. Can you work out what it is? Take the part of four important people in her life and guide their conversations. After each scene, peek at Hana's journal and find out how she felt...

Harrison Squared Dies Early, by Daryl Gregory
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A Lovecraftian choose-your-own-adventure through a creepy school. There's a monster on the loose, and the only one who can track it down is you, Harrison Harrison, teenage monster detective. This is a...

Haunted P, by Chad Rocketman
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Discover fascinating minature worlds.... interact with an intricately modeled NPC.... discover the secret of the magical substance, P, and how it became to be haunted....

Haywire, by Peregrine Wade
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Yet another day is ending. Yet another day of dazzling bystanders with your spectacular illusions, all for a fistful of coins. Now it's time to grab a bite and find a place to sleep, all alone in the big...

Hefty Seamstress, by George Buckenham, Jonathan Whiting
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Each phrase expands on another, with each letter starting off its own word. Help expand the tree, and add your own phrases where they lack.
Hello Wordd, by B Minus Seven
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You are a sentient subsegment of a new spellcheck program with a few bugs left to squash.

Her Majesty's Trolley Problem, by Buster Hudson
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No one said life in Her Majesty's Service would be easy. Fortunately, you've got everything you need: your officer's handbook, a harpoon cannon, and the indefatigable command of Captain Lionetta herself. If...

Her Pound of Flesh, by Liz England
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Body horror choose-your-own-adventure game about heartache. About 30 minutes of play time, with multiple endings.

Heretic Dreams, by Hannah Powell-Smith
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They would call what you did heresy. No one knows you swallowed the power of a god, but it will break you apart.

Heretic Pride, by laika
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Hexteria Skaxis Qiameth, by Gabriel Floriano
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A dinner with your friend. Strange words. Stranger books.

Hippo on Elm Street, by Adri ("Erin Gigglecreek")
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Baby, it's cold outside. All you want to do is snuggle up in a warm sock and take a nap. But something seems to be going on in the house, and you're determined to find out what it is. This game is based in...

Honeysuckle, by Cat Manning
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A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

Horse Master, by Tom McHenry
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The Game of Horse Mastery

The Hours, by Robert Patten
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Your new job as a time traveler may be harder than you thought. A simple heist in the ancient Library of Alexandria turns into a murder mystery. ONLINE PLAY: The status bar is essential to the game, but may...

How To Be A Blackbird, by Holly Gramazio
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"A game about how to be a blackbird in a city. It takes around 10-15 minutes to play, and is best with sound." --blurb from <http://www.hollygramazio.net/other-games/>

How to Win at Rock Paper Scissors, by Brian Kwak
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The disgrace and humiliation of last year's defeat is behind you. This time, with the help of the gods, you'll win this competition for sure.

howling dogs, by Porpentine
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death cube sim | galactic survey | visionatrix | facet machine | power gardens | women | fascination two significant endings

Howwl, by Tipue
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Howwl is an web-based interactive fiction game. The genre is loosely apocalyptic horror.

Hunger Daemon, by Sean M. Shore
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It's not the end of the world, and you're to blame. Better get on that. But man, it sure would be nice to get a bite to eat first.

Hypnagogue, by Mitch Alexander
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"Who am I?" it replies, in a voice that warbles and wavers as though it belonged to a child that had recently been crying. "I'm one of your secret cousins." ------------- You awake in the middle of the...

i love gardening, by shecallsmecdawg
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i love gardening !!! Do you love gardening too?!

I THINK I'LL STOP OFF ON THE WAY, by piratescarfy
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A surreal horror story about an English service station with randomly selected content if certain passages are revisited. Written while on holiday in the Lake District.

I'm Really Sorry About That Thing I Said When I Was Tired and/or Hungry, by Dietrich Squinkifer (Squinky)
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"I'm Really Sorry About That Thing I Said When I Was Tired and/or Hungry" is a mostly-autobiographical story of how it was like growing up among several different cultures and not really fitting into any of...

I-0, by Anonymous
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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...

ibis, fly!, by Mary Hamilton
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Icepunk, by pageboy
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"You are the sole remaining inhabitant of an artificial world above a bizarre, inhospitable earth. A feral child raised by robots, you have just discovered the central computer of your Habitat, and...

if not us: an interactive fiction anthology, by ub4q
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Seven years ago, five heroes were brought together to save the world. Their success came at the cost of their leader's life; the secret behind it cost them their friendship. Now they've been summoned for a...

IF Whispers 5, by Chris Conley, Joey Jones, Marius Müller, Tom Blawgus
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Travel down into an abandoned Antarctic Base and unveil the mysteries within. A game made in the paper-telephone style, with each person only having access to the section before, with a co-ordinated ending...

IFDB Spelunking, by Joey Jones
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In the depths of the interactive fiction database strange games lurk! This is an emulation of ten random works found on the IFDB, in which inventory carries over between games for unique effect.

The Imposter, by Enrique Henestroza Anguiano
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A man wanders the streets of Paris after a personal tragedy.

In The Friend Zone, by Brendan Vance
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A horror-parody in the tradition of Franz Kafka. Many regard 'the friend zone' as a metaphorical penal colony in which well-intentioned Nice Guys™ frequently find themselves trapped. But what if it were a...

Indigo, by Emily Short
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"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...

Inevitable, by Matthew Pfeiffer
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It's hard being an unsuccessful mad scientist. You're spending valuable time making ends meet when you should be bossing around henchmen. Now that your latest invention, the TIME SCRYER, is complete, nothing...

Inheritance, by rosencrantz
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If you inherited a ring and discovered that it made invisible portals turn visible, would you walk through? Yulia would. Tiny exploration of a portal concept, with multiple endings. Originally written for a...

Inside the Facility, by Arthur DiBianca
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Your friend Mike thinks no one can infiltrate THE FACILITY, but you're going to prove him wrong. A light puzzle game. In the author's opinion, it's totally family-friendly. (Make sure to look at the Facility...

The Intercept, by Jon Ingold and inkle
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Bletchley Park, 1942. A component from the Bombe machine, used to decode intercepted German messages, has gone missing. One of the cryptographers is waiting to be interviewed, under direst suspicion. Is he...

Inventory, by Joey Fu
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You're trapped in a dungeon with an inventory full of stuff. Use what you've got to escape... if you can. Made for Twiny Jam.

Inward Narrow Crooked Lanes , by B Minus Seven
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Before we begin, we have a sharp-- I mean short intake form for you to fill out.

Ishmael, by Jordan Magnuson
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A short game about displacement.

ISIS, by Liz England
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You are ISIS, a space station. You have a crew of one. How long can you two keep each other company before someone snaps? This is a short (10 minute) Choose-Your-Own-Adventure game. It is not explicit, but...

It Is not so Much a Story, by Bruno Dias
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Short hypertext fiction. Magical irrealism. 299 words. No endings. Created for TwinyJam.

Jetbike Gang, by C.E.J. Pacian
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You're a member of a jetbike gang. Tiny Twine game for the Twiny Jam. Exactly 300 words.

John's Fire Witch, by John Baker
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A small, witty text adventure. Its clever puzzles received quite a bit of acclaim on rec.arts.int-fiction upon its release. You've come to visit your old friend John Baker, but he's missing, and a blizzard...
The Jugular Fish, by ciara3d
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I don't know. My cousin's best friend's neighbor jumped out of a window after taking jugular fish toxin. Stay away from that stuff, man.

Kaged, by Ian Finley
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""But my madness speaks: It will but skin and film the ulcerous place, Whilst rank corruption, mining all within, Infects unseen." Welcome to the Citadel of Justice. The Inquisitor is waiting." [--blurb from...

Kane County, by Michael Sterling, Tia Orisney
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Kane County, Southern Utah: A severe storm crashes your Jeep in the middle of the night and leaves you stranded. Come morning, you find yourself alone and surrounded by an endless expanse of open desert....

Kii!Wii!, by Adri
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This experience was created in order to impart a bit of happiness and sweetness into your life.

The King and the Crown, by Wes Lesley
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'The King and the Crown' is a very very very short game where you are the king. The goal of the game is to receive your subjects and end up doing all sorts of boring king stuff like passing judgement,...

KING OF BEES IN FANTASY LAND, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
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A videogame about space bees.

Kinsale Horror, by Arek Arktos
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Become a hitchhiker for a day. See what I saw. After many days hitchhiking you reach your destination - Kinsale, gourmet capital of Ireland. You're exhausted, hungry and in dire need of a shower. Your host...
The Knapsack Problem, by Leonard Richardson
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Known Unknowns, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
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Nadia Nazari has a lot of unknowns to contend with in her Grade 12 year. Like how can she run an entire school newspaper with only one employee? Why has her estranged ex best friend suddenly come back into...

Kotodama, by Aidan Doyle
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A robot is sent to deal with an outbreak of poetry in Tokyo.

Krypteia, by Kateri
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Since ancient times, the wise men explained to you, young warriors have learned to subjugate the Other in order to become men. To face what they should despise, in order to become what they must be. That's...

last&final, by 1beetle
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it's the last day.

The Legend of the Missing Hat, by Adri
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A tiny story about four tiny ninjas and a tiny top hat.

Li You's Secret Admirer, by Mrs. Pollard
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An easy-to-read branching narrative for Mandarin Chinese learners.
Light into Darkness, by Christina Nordlander
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An ordinary woman faces an inexplicable event while staying at her summer house with her family. Fantasy/horror. Content warnings: domestic violence; some gore. A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016....

Light My Way Home, by Caelyn Sandel (as Venus Hart)
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Lime Ergot, by Caleb Wilson (as Rust Blight)
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Now everyone is gone. (Well, almost everyone.) Entry in ECTOCOMP 2014.

Little Blue Men, by Michael S. Gentry
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This game is a joke. This game is a warning. This game is a satire. This game is inspired in equal parts by Vaclav Havel's "The Memorandum" and Hunter S. Thompson's "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas". This...

The Little Lifeform That Could, by Fade Manley
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A little microbe in the primordial ooze has grand dreams! Dreams of survival, by and large, but small goals lead to large ones. Can you climb your way out of the ooze onto the land, into civilization, and up...

little mermaids, by Prynnette
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Tragic mermaid simulator. Made in 2015 for Twiny Jam.

Llama Adventure, by John Cooney
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You're a llama confronted with a series of escape-the-room tasks. Your interaction takes the form of a chat with the person supervising your tests.

Lore: A Tale of a Sword and Those Who Wielded It, by T. Y. Vaught
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Inspired by fantasy RPGs (and some of their tropes), "Lore" is a branching story about a peculiar enchanted sword and the people who encounter it. This is a tale of little, not-so-epic tales. The story has...

Love is Zero, by Porpentine, Sloane, Brenda Neotenomie
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Love is Zero is a quick replayable song-poem about vampire tennis school girls on the moon. Each playthrough is unique.

Lyreless, by Bruno Dias
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A man heads into hell to seek out his lost lover; there he has to decide how much of himself to leave behind.

Machine of Death, by Hulk Handsome
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In the near future, the world will be changed by a machine that predicts how a person will die with 100% accuracy... but not clarity. Would knowing your demise change the way you lived your life? A...

Madam Spider's Web, by Sara Dee
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The Magic Toyshop, by Gareth Rees
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A one-location game in which you play a series of puzzles against a shopkeeper in order to get a present. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]
Mainframe, by Liz England, Jurie Horneman
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Mainframe is a procedurally generated game about a spaceship. Something has gone wrong and it needs help. This was developed for Procjam 2015. Content Warning: This game is a piece of horror interactive...
A man and a box, by Lester Galin
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you have been wandering through the desert for years dragging behind you, on a heavy chain is a box containing the wrath of god

Map, by Ade McT
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The house is growing. Or perhaps it's you who is shrinking. And with all this extra space is coming....time. Time enough, maybe, to make some changes.

Map of Fahlstaff, by Ian Hinck
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A "map" of the mysterious town Fahlstaff.

Masks, by lioninthetrees
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The Mayor and the Machine, by J. Marie
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An entry in ShuffleComp: Disc 2. Inspired by "This Is Not A Game" by Skunk Anansie.
Mazurka - A Ghost in Italy, by Xalavier Nelson Jr.
Mazurka - A Ghost in Italy is a 5 minute-long autobiographical interactive poem-thingy about dancing and depression in the Italian night. Also: colors. So many colors. Just, colors. 99% of this game's...
mer, by hastapura
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Mercy, by Chris Klimas
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You see, when the scientists had thought that the only smallpox around was in a very very small box kept securely closed, they were wrong. When you come into the clinic today, seven people have already died....

Mere Anarchy, by Bruno Dias
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“The box is cardboard, a file box; it looks like it should contain years of tax returns. Except the holes on the sides have been shut with black masking tape. Except the lid is held in place with the same...

metrolith, by Porpentine
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I made this in a day for BIG TRASHY TWINE JAM. This is a micro-story generating CYOA inspired by Zdzisław Beksiński, about a traveler coming to a massive stone ruin. The selection of travelers you can pick...

Midnight. Swordfight., by Chandler Groover
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A fool receives a challenge from a countess. Violence. Sex. Profanity. Sausage.

The Milgram Parable, by Peter Eastman
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Your job is simple: do whatever you are told, without question or hesitation. If you don't, people will die. Probably including you.

MINUTEMAN, by nebulaictoaster
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MINUTEMAN is a twine adventure game about a nuclear dawn, curiosity and adventure. Uncover the long shadow of the Cold War as you delve deeper into an abandoned fallout bunker.

Mirrorwife, by Yoon Ha Lee (as Virgil Caine)
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Missive, by Joey Fu
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It's your birthday today. Your ex-girlfriend brings you a present, and inside are a series of mysterious letters that tell the story of an old love triangle that ended in murder. Solve puzzles, solve the...

Molly and the Butter Thieves, by Alice Grove (as Cosmic Hamster)
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You are Molly Butterfield, dairy farmer extraordinaire. In the past week there have been two mysterious butter disappearances from your own kitchen. There will not be a third. Molly and the Butter Thieves...

Moon-Shaped, by Jason Ermer
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The Moonlit Tower, by Yoon Ha Lee
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Moquette, by Alex Warren
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Tuesday morning. London Underground. Hangover. Journey begins.

Mother, by Porpentine Charity Heartscape
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No data about this mom. A game made for Twiny Jam in 300 words or less.

The Mouse, by Naomi Z (as Norbez)
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Better get home quick if you don't want to get hurt, Evelyn Grey. **This game contains mature language, alcohol, abuse, and a brief scene of violence. Player discretion is advised.**

Murder on the Big Nothing, by Tony Pisculli
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In its heyday, the Burlington-Northern Railroad criss-crossed the country, a favorite of tramps and vagabonds who called it... The Big Nothing.
My Angel, by Jon Ingold
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"I wake peacefully, and already she is there." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

my father's long, long legs, by michael lutz
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A weird tale. Some parts make use of sound, so this game is best played with headphones. One ending.

My Name is Tara Sue, by Maki Yamazaki
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"Your name is Tara Sue. You are 25 and you work in an office. Admittedly, your life could stand to get a little more interesting." ...

Myriad, by Porpentine
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branching outcomes of a fetid day. 115 nodes. suited for treaders, meat-eaters, plant-eaters, students, arthropods, starvers, and victims. inspired by HyperCard shareware adventures packed on cd-roms with...

Nautilisia, by Ryan Veeder
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Your friend claims to be in a coma.

Nevermore, by Nate Cull
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"A short tale of mystery and madness inspired by Poe's "The Raven"." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]

New Cat, by Poster
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You are the new cat, but you do not have a name. Today, He has left the door to your place open. If you explore the new world, can you get a name?

Night Guard / Morning Star, by Astrid Dalmady
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My mother made a deal. So here I am, working the night shift, alone with her work.

NIGHTBOUND, by ProP
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You've just arrived in a new land. You've left your past where it belongs--hundreds of leagues across the sea--and you hope to start fresh. But all is not well in this new country, and you soon find yourself...

Nightfall, by Eric Eve
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The Enemy is expected to arrive at any moment. Staying behind is either the stupidest or the bravest thing you've ever done. Only one thing - or one person - could have made you stay. So now there's nothing...

Nocked! True Tales of Robin Hood, by Andrew G. Schneider
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You are Robin of Locksley. Hounded from your home by the Sheriff of Nottingham, take control of your fate in this extravagant choose-your-own-adventure style role-playing game. Rob from the rich, rally the...

The Northnorth Passage., by Caleb Wilson (as Snowball Ice)
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Oh no, the old family curse has flared up! This is a short story about limits to action.

Nostrils of Flesh and Clay, by Porpentine
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You are a scent detective, drifting through a world torn apart by greed and nausea. With colors dripping from your nostrils, you flex cartilage and demand to know...what is Project Olympia? Who are the...

Not All Things Make It Across, by Bruno Dias
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All around the city now, parties are taking place. It's been a hell of a year, emphasis on hell. But tonight, there are other things you have to do. The end of the year is a threshold. And like all...

Nowhere Near Single, by kaleidofish
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A young woman in the entertainment industry struggles with harmonizing her public pop star persona and her private polyamorous life. Warning for mildly graphic content.

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."

Pick Up the Phone Booth and Aisle, by David Dyte, Steve Bernard, Dan Shiovitz, Iain Merrick, Liza Daly, John Cater, Ola Sverre Bauge, J. Robinson Wheeler, Jon Blask, Dan Schmidt, Stephen Granade, Rob Noyes, and Emily Short
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Pilgrimage, by Víctor Ojuel
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Leave Rome in the dead of night. Pursue an hermetic quest throughout Medieval Europe. Find arcane knowledge or utter despair. Blessings of Babylon.

Play Nice, by alicethornburgh
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Navigate the choppy waters of intergalactic politics using your smart social skills and a series of bizarre cultural rules.

The Play, by Dietrich Squinkifer (Squinky)
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Pull yourself together, Ainsley. Just one more rehearsal until the big day, assuming nothing catastrophic happens. But really, all you have to do is get your motley crew of actors to run their parts once...

Please, rewind me, by Bric-à-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...

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...

The Role of Music in Your Life, by Five Dials
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What is it? It's a questionnaire. But don't ask too many questions. The subject is music. That's about all you need to know.

A Room of One's Own, by Florencia Rumpel Rodriguez
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Tiny Twine about not having a room for your own. Inspired by this exchange at mastodon: https://witches.town/@Rumpelcita/81116. A Room of One's Own is an essay by Virginia Woolf that I think everyone should...

Room Serial, by merricart
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An escape game where you escape from a series of rooms, gaining new actions on the way. The new actions help you advance. You must also piece together the mystery of why you were there.

The Roscovian Palladium, by Ryan Veeder
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Humans are constantly appropriating rat culture. King Roscoe thought to use this to his advantage.

Rough Draft, by Erica Kleinman
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Denise is an author struggling to finish a story by a deadline. Help her complete her story by making choices and avoiding writer's block. Part of a thesis project on interactive storytelling.

Ruiness, by Porpentine Charity Heartscape
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SABBAT, by Eva
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A game about transition from powerless to powerful. Has freeware and commercial versions. The commercial version contains unique pixel art and a soundtrack.

The Sacred Staff of Deck Koji, by Dr. Al Gore
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Go on a short quest to obtain a staff.

Sacrilege, by Cara Ellison
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THE CROWD HEAVES the bass of the music you can feel it vibrate through your fingertips warm feeling of rum sticky on your throat; ice cracks in the glass you put lime to your lips and bite "I really wanted...

Sand-dancer, by Aaron Reed and Alexei Othenin-Girard
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It figures that your pickup would die on a night like this and leave you stranded in the dark New Mexico desert. But nothing else figures about this night, man. Nothing at all. An example game for Aaron...

Save the Date, by Chris Cornell
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"It’s a perfectly normal evening, and you have a quiet dinner planned with one of your friends. And so begins one of my weirder games. Save the Date is a game about a lot of things. Friendship. Stories....

Savor, by Ed Nobody
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All you remember is that you're cursed. Cursed to spend every night writhing in pain. You've come here, to this desolate farmland, to find a cure. But now that you're here, you might find more than you...

scarfmemory, by Michael Brough
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in recollection of something beautiful

Scarlet Sails, by Felicity Banks
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Hoist the Jolly Roger and set sail to find the legendary Titan’s Treasure! Do you fight with a cutlass, or with your magical skill? Are you biding your time until you can shoot your captain in the back, or...

School 4, by GRMMXI
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You’re at home and you should turn in the assignment for the "Typography III" course by tomorrow morning, but you still haven’t done fucking anything. Your mind is totally blank and you have started to feel...

SCP-3939 [NUMBER RESERVED; AWAITING RESEARCHER], by Croquembouche
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This is a multiple-choice game that exists on the SCP-Wiki, a site dedicated to creative 'containment procedures' for fictional anomalies.

Secret Agent Cinder, by Emily Ryan
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Play as a revolutionary agent Cinder. Your mission is to infiltrate the Royal Ball, dodge the guards and steal the Secret Military Plans, all before midnight. The opulence of Versailles disgusts you as you...

Seeds and Solutions, by Caelyn Sandel
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It's a beautiful day, and all I want is to hear the story of how my people came to be! Root-mother won't give the story up for free, though; she's going to send me through bog and taiga, from the old well to...

Sense of Harmony, by Scenario World
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Cybernetically enhanced Elizabeth Boldan tries to find herself while working part-time at the Crown Diamond, an erotic massage parlor and brothel in the year 2029. On television and in the movies,...

Seven Bullets, by Cloud Buchholz
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You're a skilled assassin ready to retire, but before you can call it quits, the Boss kidnaps your little sister, and now you need to use your arsenal of deadly skills to get her back. Will you make the...

The Shape of Our Container, by Rocketnia
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You open your eyes as the breeze settles around you. The clouds proceed slowly through the sky, and the ground is flat and white for as far as it goes. "What were you dreaming about?" ze says, zir hand...
sheep here, by Teaspoon
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A pasture full of non-procedurally-generated grass for you, a sheep, to eat. Created for the Tiny Utopia Jam.

Sheets, by Some Strange Circus
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A story of a girl growing up. Contains adult themes.

Shipwrecked, by Andrew G. Schneider
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A short story of above average adventure in the Endless Desert. Build the journal of a sailor lost in the Sandsea as he searched for both water and a path to publication.

Singular, by Gritfish
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An attempt to see how far I could push the 300 word limit Each passage contains one word No character creation No pronouns No punctuation No pictures Use your imagination

Sisters of Claro Largo, by David T. Marchand
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A word becomes a sentence becomes a story about two sisters who become the world.

Six Gray Rats Crawl Up The Pillow, by Caleb Wilson (as Boswell Cain)
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A distressing episode in the life of Rinaldo di Gorgonzola.

SKATE OUT!, by PaperBlurt
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It's time to be skatin' and NOT think about what really happened last summer... ...a spiritual successor to my Twine "20 Strokes"... (a very short little project made for the "Finish A Game" Jam)

The Skeleton Key of Ambady, by Caelyn Sandel (as Adalai Trammels)
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I come through town every dozen years or so. Strangers still seem strange, but I've found work and welcome everywhere I've been. I come and go as I please. Don't waste your worry on me. The Skeleton Key of...

Skull-Scraper, by chandler groover
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"Scrape into a skull." Made for the Tiny Utopias Jam.

Skulljhabit, by Porpentine
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kind of like Dampe the gravedigger meets Harvest Moon meets Ligotti.

The Skyscraper and the Scar, by Diego Freire, Ruber Eaglenest
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The skyscraper is silhouetted against the horizon, an open scar on the skyline, rising until it’s lost in the clouds. A promise of prosperity, of something never reached. A monolith of what we once were and...

Slaughtertrain, by Kent Sutherland, Rosstin Murphy, Laura Michet
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Plus Ultra brings you Slaughtertrain, a RANDOMIZED VIOLENCE ADVENTURE about a noble hero (you, of course) who must slaughter everyone on a post-apocalyptic train in order to complete a mission of redemption...

Slouching Towards Bedlam, by Star Foster and Daniel Ravipinto
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In the beginning was the Word, and it was hungry. ...

A Small Talk at the Back of Beyond, by scriptwelder
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You wake up. Alone, in a dark room. Alone? No, there is someone talking to you through a console. Will you respond?

Snack Time!, by Hardy the Bulldog and Renee Choba
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Can you help one hungry bulldog in his quest to find something good to eat? He would like that. A lot. [blurb from IF Comp 2008]

Snow, by Erica.Szalkowski
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You play as Carly Hallahan, an undergraduate at a school in the midst of a blizzard. After discovering a murder victim, you must discover the killer's identity, motivation, and, most importantly, survive the...

Snowquest, by Eric Eve
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You've been on your quest so long you've almost forgotten what it is all about, but now you are nearing your destination -- if only you can stay alive long enough in this frozen wilderness to reach it.

Solarium, by Anya Johanna DeNiro
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The year is 1954. One year after mutually assured destruction. And I am trying to find you, through memory and alchemy. Not many people know how the nuclear devastation really happened. But we do. We were...

Something, by Linus Lekander
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A washing dilemma.

Space Princess Coronation, by Marie Vibbert
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Do you have what it takes to be a Space Queen? Space pirates attack the coronation ship! Only the princess can access the controls to save everyone.

Spellbound, by Adam Perry
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You still remember well the moment that the professor shocked the orthographic community by announcing that there were, somewhere out there, 26 letters in all. Harness the alphabet's power to find the 23...

Square Circle, by Eric Eve
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What is your crime? Why do you feel both guilty and unjustly punished? What has happened to your memory? How will you draw a square circle and get out of your prison? What will you find then?

Starborn, by Juhana Leinonen
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The Magellan returned to Earth two weeks ago. I however can never go home. There are two versions of the story: Inform 7 version (2011) that uses a single-keyword parser, and Undum/Vorple version (2012) that...

Starry Seeksorrow, by Caleb Wilson (as Ayla Rose)
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An entry in ShuffleComp: Disc 2. Inspired by "The Violet Hour" by Dolls Come to Life.

stay | leave, by pseudorachel
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Your first night at a nightclub.

stone, by Penny Stirling
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Can calcific amatonormativity be cured? An aromantic student struggles with stone and friendship.

Strange Geometries, by Phillip Chambers
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Strayed, by Adventure Cow
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Strayed is a dark, atmospheric tale in the tradition of Stephen King or Dean R. Koontz. You're only fifteen miles from home; but those fifteen miles are a lonely road through woods drenched in mystery, that...

Sub Rosa, by Joey Jones, Melvin Rangasamy
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A puzzle game about secrets in the Age of Lead. You've spent seventeen years preparing for an infiltration. Stealing the Confessor's secrets is only the beginning: it will all be for nothing if you leave a...

Summit, by Phantom Williams
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A dream-like journey through a drifting life. Headphones recommended.

The Surprising Case of Brian Timmons, by Marshal Tenner Winter
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You listen to the old broad on the other end of the phone as she finishes her plight. "Brian has gone insane. I've had to have him committed.", she tells you. You haven't seen Brian Timmons in several years...

Swigian, by Mathbrush (as Rainbus North)
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I don't like talking. Let's build a fire. Swigian is a minimalist game. It is long, but quickly finished, with few words and few complications.

Taghairm, by Chandler Groover
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"Perhaps the most horrible of all recorded magical spells." Cruelty. Violence. Sounds. Headphones recommended.

Tailypo, by Chandler Groover
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Alone in his cabin, a hungry man eats something he shouldn't.

Tangaroa Deep, by Astrid Dalmady
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We know more about space than we do about the ocean. Isn’t it time to start changing that? Released for the 2016 Spring Thing

Tapes, by Jenni Vedenoja
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Autobiographical game about sex and physical disability.

Tapestry, by Daniel Ravipinto
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You were born; you lived; you died. Not everyone gets a second chance to go back and change crucial decisions. You have been granted one and must go back to critical moral dilemmas; but do you change the...

Tea and Toast, by Matt Weiner (as Maria del Pangolin)
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Tea Ceremony, by Naomi Hinchen
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In this game of diplomacy, you play as an inept junior member of the diplomatic corps. This week, you need to convince Brc'nl, who is some sort of noble glob from Glorpon-42, to argue in Earth's favor in a...

Thanksgiving, by Hannah Powell-Smith
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You're twenty-one. It's dark in here. Thanksgiving is a story game about being an anxious student with secrets, meeting your boyfriend's folks for the first time. And being Judged. Play in your browser on...

That Sinister Self, by Astrid Dalmady
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You look in to a mirror. Your reflection does not look back. That Sinister Self is a short Twine game about a young girl and how she sees herself in the mirror.

They Sleep, by Jacob Gooch
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A story game about sleeping.
This is a Folly, by mariza
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A Twine story criss-crossing through time.

This Was A Man, by Piratescarfy
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A blast through Julius Caesar, focusing on the relationship between Cassius and Brutus.

Three Dragons, by Tim Samoff
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"Three Dragons," based on a European folktale about two brothers and an old man with a white beard, was a personal game design challenge by Tim Samoff (http://samoff.com). During April 2015, Tim thought it...

Three-Card Trick, by Chandler Groover
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You're going to perform a three-card trick or your name isn't Morgan the Magnificent.

Threediopolis, by Andrew Schultz
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A wordplay/quasi-maze game.

Threnody, by John "Doppler" Schiff
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A cat o'nine tails; a tale o' nine cats.
Time For Tea, by kaibutsu
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A Game of Tea,Cakes, and Deadly Secrets. Based on the eponymous winner of the 2010 One-Page Dungeon competition, by Clarabelle Chong. The sun shines down on the city of Whitstone, and the great clock in...

A Time of Tungsten, by Devin Raposo
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The walls are high, the hole is deep. She is trapped, on a distant planet. Watched. She may not survive. But, she did live.

The Tiniest Room, by Erik108
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An "Escape the Room" kind of game made with less than 300 words for the Twiny Jam.

tiny tarot, by Chelsea Stearns
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78 cards. 300 words. focus, breathe, and draw. Think of a situation or a problem, and let tiny tarot tell you what it thinks. tiny tarot is a browser based tarot deck with a simple 3-card spread. It was made...

TinyHillside, by Emily Short
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A tiny post mortem Utopia for the Tiny Utopias jam.

TinyUtopias Football Manager: Super Soccer Slam Edition, by A. Johanna DeNiro
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Your cooperatively owned soccer team begins on the sixth level of the pyramid of English football. Can you reach the top of the Premier League and also smash crony capitalism at the same time?

To Spring Open, by Peter Berman and Yoon Ha Lee (as Two-Bit Chip)
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An entry in ShuffleComp: Disc 2. Inspired by "Paper Planes" by MIA and "Tragic Kingdom" by No Doubt.

To The Wolves, by Els White
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Offered up as sacrifice to the wolf-gods of the forest, hunted by beasts and man alike, Ella must find a way to survive.

Toby's Nose, by Chandler Groover
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A murder most foul has been committed and Sherlock Holmes is on the case. You are his dog.

TOMBs of Reschette, by Richard Goodness
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Hello, young adventurer! If you're looking for the finest treasure, monster, and exploration experience around, why not come on down to the TOMBs of Reschette! --Earn XP, Dubloons, and Gems, like any good...

Tough Beans, by Sara Dee
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Tower, by Simon Deimel
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Out of the blue, and into the blue. And there you are, in a chamber, trying to find out what is going on. Everything is so unreal... what has happened to you? TOWER is a short interactive fiction with...

Transit, by Shaye
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Find your way through a foreign airport in search of your friend, understanding or just a safe flight home.

Traveler, by Caelyn Sandel
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Your awakening is slow and feels strange. You must have slept for a long time. As you float fitfully toward consciousness, you find yourself wondering if there is a word to describe the way one forgets a...

The Traveler and the Old Mill, by Nimbus
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A short interactive story about a traveler's quest for food in the Kingdom of Hallydia. This is the first installment in a series of short games set in Hallydia.

A Trial, by B Minus Seven
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A funny thing happens on your way to the Center for Nominal Reassignment. "A Trial" is a chimera of prose, poetry and ???.

The Turnip, by Joseph Pentangelo
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A hole-based economy and a venison-based diet. You and your dog. And a turnip.

TWEEZER, by Richard Goodness and PaperBlurt
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Congratulations! Your essay, "20 Reasons Why I Would Like To Visit Tuisere" has won Triptacular Magazine's "Let's Send You To Tuisere" contest! See the sights during your three day, three night trip to a...

Two, by Tylor
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Two is a branching interactive fiction telling the story of twelve year old Laura’s day at school as she navigates through the dangers of being a bright loner. Click on the website link or the download link...

Ultimate Quest, by Emily Short
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You've been kidnapped, confused, and trapped in a factory to do labor far beneath your true level. The friends you once knew think you're dead, if they think about you at all. But you're equipped with...

Unbeknown, by A. DeNiro
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You ran from the Z-Mules but they caught you. Took what little you had. Now you're their prisoner. At some point you have to log off. But maybe not quite yet. You'll see.

the uncle who works for nintendo, by michael lutz
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It will take some time to get through one game, maybe 15 to 20 minutes your first go? It has five possible endings. The original commissioned artwork (some glimpsed in the cover art) was made by the talented...

Uncle Zebulon's Will, by Magnus Olsson
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Your eccentric Uncle Zebulon considered himself a wizard, and was rumoured to be very wealthy. But when he died, he only left you one single object in his will... Winner in the TADS division of the First...

Under the Sea, by Heike Borchers
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Deep under the sea lies the wreck of the sunken galleon Santa Tortosa. On your quest to find its treasure, you will discover uncharted places, learn new skills, and make scaly friends. But will the honorable...

The Unstoppable Vengeance of Doctor Bonesaw, by Caleb Wilson (as Lewis Blanco)
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A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

Untold Riches, by Jason Ermer
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You were reluctant to undertake another adventure with Professor d'Squarius (especially after the last near-catastrophe, in the Tomb of the Screaming Mummies), and from the moment you agreed to join the...

The Urge, by PaperBlurt
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Torture, torture little star You must wonder where you are Hoping that you'll soon will die As I melt your face with lye When your pee mix with your sweat And the floor with blood is wet Then you'll feel a...

Utopian Jam, by Astrid Dalmady
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A jam game about preserves. Made in Twine for the 2017 Utopia Jam.

vale of singing metals, by foresthexes
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stumble through a tiny dream world navigating by swallowed metals & bones.

The Very Old Witch and the Turnip Girl, by Megan Stevens
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The witch on the hill outside of town is retired. She threw in the towel long ago, when it became obvious that the humans don't need her help blighting and smiting each other. But the world isn't quite done...

Victorian Detective, by Peter Carlson
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You're a great detective living in Victorian London. Your internal monologue will guide you by clicking on links in the body of text as you investigate a seemingly average mugging. Your eidetic memory is...

Violet, by Jeremy Freese
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Calm down. All you have to do is write a thousand words and everything will be fine. And you have all day, except it's already noon. [blurb from IF Comp 2008]

Viscura - Origins, by Lee Hulme
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Viscura. Mysterious, part-human, genderless, possessed of an inner darkness. This is zir Origin story. A standalone tale within the wider universe known as the Freaks & Geeks Club, play your way through zir...

Voice Box, by B Minus Seven
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They extract her voice.

Walker & Silhouette, by C.E.J. Pacian
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Team up with a dashing detective and an iconoclastic flapper to solve absurd and unfathomable crimes in this interactive story - where you control the action just by typing or clicking highlighted words in...

walking home, by spinach
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The fear of walking home as a person of color.

The Wand, by Arthur DiBianca
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Explore the wizard Bartholloco's castle with the help of a versatile magic wand. Can you overcome his challenge? Can you levitate a rock? Can you slice a baltavakia? (Puzzle-oriented and family friendly.)

The Warbler's Nest, by Jason McIntosh
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Surely the reed bank counts as a wild place. While it gives you so much, you've never tended it, not really, not like you do with your garden. It's something like the forest, then, but much safer to search...

Wedding Day, by E. Joyce
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Your wedding ceremony will begin soon. You must prepare.

Weird City Interloper, by C.E.J. Pacian
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An interactive tale of strange conspiracy. Pull up your hood, lower your gaze and enter the city of Zendon. If you can gather enough information, you may just be able to change the course of history. (Weird...

weird tape in the mail, by adam dickinson
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short twine text adventure game. made in a day or so for the salt world jam. based heavily on the good bits of david lynch’s ‘lost highway’

What are you wearing?, by Von Django
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You're about you leave on the big adventure! Remember to check your pockets first. Made for Porp's game jam. (300 words or less)

What Fuwa Bansaku Found, by Chandler Groover
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A samurai explores a haunted shrine.

What The Murderer Had Left, by Bahri Gordebak
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What to Do When You're Alone, by Glass Rat Media
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A Petite Mort entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.

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.

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.

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.

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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