Pseudo_Intellectual's Played Games

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2112, by George K. Algire
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"A woman's voice crackles over the intercom of the Boeing 797 you are strapping yourself into securely. You've never traveled in space before, and the prospect has been turning your guts inside out since you...

50 Shades of Jilting, by Rowan Lipkovits (as Lankly Lockers)
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The relationship is in a walking dead situation: it's over, only continuing to move onward solely on inertia. One way or another, it ends here.

Ad Verbum, by Nick Montfort
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"With the cantankerous Wizard of Wordplay evicted from his mansion, the worthless plot can now be redeveloped. The city regulations declare, however, that the rip-down job can't proceed until all the items...

Adventure, by William Crowther and Donald Woods
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Adventure XT, by Paul Allen Panks
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It has been four years since you last ventured into Blarg, the land of might and magic. Mordimar, an evil wizard, found the powerful Orb of Destiny. With it, he became nearly invincible. As his power grew,...
The Adventures of Alice who Went Through the Looking-Glass and Came Back Though Not Much Changed, by D. A. Asherman
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The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai, by Scott Adams and Phillip Case
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"Buckaroo Banzai, a neurosurgeon, rock star and more, must try to fix a jet car that can drive him into the 8th dimension. Converted from original code by Paul David Doherty." [--blurb from The Z-Files...

Aisle, by Sam Barlow
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"Late Thursday night. You've had a hard day and the last thing you need is this: shopping. Luckily, the place is pretty empty and you're progressing rapidly. On to the next aisle... Aisle started out as a...

Beyond the Tesseract, by David Lo
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Blow Job Drifter, by Big Al
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Al speaks: "I feel confident that I have tapped the vast majority of male heterosexual fantasy cliches and offensive female stereotypes. The lack of cheerleaders is only due to a forthcoming game...
Blue Chairs, by Chris Klimas
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Caverns of Chaos, by Paul Martinez and Alison Castro
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Cloak of Ultimate Darkness, by Iain Merrick
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Conan Kill Everything, by Ian Haberkorn
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In this short one-room game, you play as Conan with a very large sword, and an evil wizard has just summoned a wildcat to attack you. Your goal is obvious: KILL EVERYTHING.
Cow V: The Great Egg Quest, by J. Suchman
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cRiMe, by David W. Nilsen
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The Dallas Quest, by James Garon, Louella Lee Caraway, Phyllis Wapner
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An adaptation of the TV series, handily employing implausible soap opera plot conventions as excuses for preposterous adventure game puzzles.

Dream Prisoner, by Alexander van Oostenrijk

Adopting arbitrary plot conventions from both the text and multimedia adventure game genres it builds on, DP casts the player as an modern-day Dutchman somehow (hey, one rarely recalls the precise...

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...

Earth and Sky 2: Another Earth, Another Sky, by Paul O'Brian
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Eliza, by Anonymous
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"Adapted for the IBM PC by Patricia Danielson and Paul Hashfield, ported to Inform by Ricardo Dague A version of the "Eliza" psychiatric interview program. Alan Turing presumably spinning in his grave...

The Farmer's Daughter, by R. W. Fisher and D. W. J. Sarhan
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Floatpoint, by Emily Short
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It is night on this side of the planet. Settled areas are lit: a jagged crescent in the tropics, lining the inland sea. The bright splatter along the top of the curve is Tanhua, as bright from space as New...

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...

Gamlet, by Tomasz Pudlo
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