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All Alone, by Ian Finley
Average member rating: (67 ratings)

A Change in the Weather, by Andrew Plotkin
Average member rating: (60 ratings)

"Walking away from a picnic, you are suddenly caught in a country storm. You must protect a bridge from being destroyed. An ultra-linear game." [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Galatea, by Emily Short
Average member rating: (290 ratings)

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...

Hunter, in Darkness, by Andrew Plotkin
Average member rating: (114 ratings)

Kaged, by Ian Finley
Average member rating: (46 ratings)

""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...

The Mulldoon Legacy, by Jon Ingold
Average member rating: (38 ratings)

Photopia, by Adam Cadre
Average member rating: (495 ratings)

Rameses, by Stephen Bond
Average member rating: (115 ratings)

The Space Under the Window, by Andrew Plotkin
Average member rating: (91 ratings)

A new, experimental game that has no puzzles but uses only words that change your focus on things, thereby adapting the story. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Spider and Web, by Andrew Plotkin
SleepyEmp's rating:
Average member rating: (258 ratings)

A vacation in our lovely country! See the ethnic charms of the countryside, the historic grandeur of the capital city. Taste our traditional cuisine; smell the flowers of the Old Tree. And all without...

Tapestry, by Daniel Ravipinto
Average member rating: (41 ratings)

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...


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