Paolo Lucchesi's Played Games

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1981, by Anonymous
Average member rating: (30 ratings)
(author is Adam Cadre, but game is unsigned)

9:05, by Adam Cadre
Average member rating: (497 ratings)

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.

All Roads, by Jon Ingold
Average member rating: (148 ratings)

"Wave a circle round him thrice, And close your eyes with holy dread For he on honey-dew hath fed And drunk the milk of paradise." [--blurb from Competition Aught-One]

Anchorhead, by Michael Gentry
Average member rating: (353 ratings)

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...

Balances, by Graham Nelson
Average member rating: (37 ratings)

"A homage to Infocom's Enchanter Trilogy, at the same time showing some of the things that Inform is capable of doing." [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Christminster, by Gareth Rees
Average member rating: (81 ratings)

"When your brother Malcolm sends you a telegram inviting you to visit him at Biblioll College in the ancient university town of Christminster, you imagine that the mysterious `discovery' he alludes to is...

City of Secrets, by Emily Short
Average member rating: (98 ratings)

Conan Kill Everything, by Ian Haberkorn
Average member rating: (68 ratings)

Earth and Sky 2: Another Earth, Another Sky, by Paul O'Brian
Average member rating: (51 ratings)

Hunter, in Darkness, by Andrew Plotkin
Average member rating: (119 ratings)

Metamorphoses, by Emily Short
Average member rating: (120 ratings)

You wake to stillness. The hammering, banging, and shouting that kept you awake half the night are gone. The air is cold, and something smells burnt. Your master's experiments must be finished, but with what...

Photopia, by Adam Cadre
Average member rating: (517 ratings)

"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."


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