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The Bible Retold: The Bread and the Fishes, by Justin Morgan and Celestianpower
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The Bible Retold: The Lost Sheep, by Ben Pennington
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There is dissent in the ranks! One of your sheep makes a run for the next field, jumping gracefully over the hedgerows. You stand up quickly and collect your crook. You need that sheep!
The Big Fall, by Daniel River
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Jake Keems is a private investigator in 1947 Los Angeles. ...
The Big Mama, by Brendan Barnwell
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"Three or four sailboats cruise lazily in the glow of the setting sun, which casts a poetic shimmer across the swells. In the distance, about 15 km offshore, you can discern the dim, hunched shapes of the...
The Big Scoop, by Johan Berntsson
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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:...

The Binary, by Bloomengine
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The Timeline must be sanctified. Relive the same few minutes over and over again, attempting to stop a bullet from changing history.

Bio, by David Linder
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In this game, you play as a male live-in janitor for a scientific research facility in a Brazilian jungle. Tonight, the scientists are away at a convention and you're enjoying the peace and quiet....

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.

Birmingham IV, by Peter Emery
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A solitary scholar, his purpose and presence in the world a mystery even to himself, ventures abroad in a dream state. He finds a land of sunny lanes and dark forests, steeped in the blood of Celt, Saxon,...

Black Knife Dungeon, by Arthur DiBianca
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A miniature RPG.

The Black Lily, by Hannes Schueller
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If you think you are being watched while playing this game, keep telling yourself that it's all in your mind.

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...

Black Rock City, by Jim Munroe
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You're at Burning Man, with six choices to make before the world goes white. Choose wisely. Or wildly. The dust storm won't care. Zero puzzles, sixty-four endings. Cover: Trish Lamanna

Black Sheep, by Nic Barkdull and Matt Borgard
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In the future, robots cater to manís every want and need. That is, unless youíre a lowly line cook like Irene Turnsole. After Irene travels to her late fatherís home, she discovers that her sister has gone...

Blackness, by Michael Phipps
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In this short horror game, you play as a hospital janitor. You just need to mop a couple floors and then you can go home. Assuming the blackness doesn't get you first.

Blackstone Academy for the Magical Arts, by Alana Joli Abbott
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Cast spells, pass your exams, and save the world! Blackstone is more than a magic school: you'll compete for glory in the sky sailing tourney, find love, and steer the fate of magic itself. Blackstone...

Blade Sentinel, by Mihalis Georgostathis
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A Blank Page, by Edu SŠnchez
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A short story about creative block and the impostor syndrome

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...

Blind, by Andrew Metzger
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A creep kidnaps you, a blind girl. But you're not as disabled as you look - who says blindness is a handicap?

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...

Blink, by Ian Waddell
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Bliss, by Cameron Wilkin
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