|Pytho's Mask, by Emily Short|
Average member rating: (64 ratings)
On the Night of the Comet, the usual astrological bonds do not hold, and the order of the universe is threatened. It is a time made for rebels and usurpers, and all who would claim the kingdom for...
|Reference and Representation: An Approach to First-Order Semantics, by Ryan Veeder|
Average member rating: (33 ratings)
Violence is the answer to this one.
|Risorgimento Represso, by Michael J. Coyne|
Average member rating: (44 ratings)
|Robin & Orchid, by Ryan Veeder and Emily Boegheim|
Average member rating: (60 ratings)
High school journalists spend the night in a church, investigating reports of a ghost.
|Rover's Day Out, by Jack Welch and Ben Collins-Sussman|
Average member rating: (49 ratings)
Three hundred years ago, the Brazilian Space Agency discovered a rocky exoplanet only 38 light years from Earth. With a surface temperature of 1200 Celsius and nine times Earth gravity, it's hardly the sort...
|Scroll Thief, by Daniel M. Stelzer|
Average member rating: (12 ratings)
Not a single spell! After two full years of study! Every Enchanter—every mortal with the power to change very nature of the universe with their words—has a spell book! Filled with words of power collected...
|Shade, by Andrew Plotkin|
Average member rating: (390 ratings)
"A one-room game set in your apartment." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]
|Shrapnel, by Adam Cadre|
Average member rating: (160 ratings)
|Six, by Wade Clarke|
Average member rating: (38 ratings)
Your name is Harriet Leitner, and you and your twin sister Demi turned six this morning! You're having a fancy dress birthday party, and this afternoon you'll be playing Hide and Seek Tip over in the park....
|Slouching Towards Bedlam, by Star Foster and Daniel Ravipinto|
Average member rating: (203 ratings)
In the beginning was the Word, and it was hungry. ...
|Snack Time!, by Hardy the Bulldog and Renee Choba|
Average member rating: (59 ratings)
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]
|Snowquest, by Eric Eve|
Average member rating: (44 ratings)
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.
|Spider and Web, by Andrew Plotkin|
Average member rating: (284 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...
|Square Circle, by Eric Eve|
Average member rating: (26 ratings)
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|
Average member rating: (31 ratings)
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...
|Sugarlawn, by Mike Spivey|
Average member rating: (29 ratings)
With a loud "click," the door closes behind you. Finally! You are locked inside an antebellum Southern mansion, alone, wearing only a chicken costume. You've fantasized about this moment for years.
|Sunless Skies, by Failbetter Games|
Average member rating: (5 ratings)
SAIL THE STARS. BETRAY YOUR QUEEN. MURDER A SUN. Sunless Skies is a Gothic Horror roleplay game with a focus on exploration and exquisite storytelling for PC, Mac and Linux.
|The Superlatives: Aetherfall, by Alice Ripley|
Average member rating: (2 ratings)
Lead a superpowered team of "Superlatives" to defend 19th-century Victorian London! Battle a Martian warship, clockwork monsters, and nefarious inventors. "The Superlatives: Aetherfall" is a 260,000-word...
|A Tale of the Cave, by Snoother|
Average member rating: (11 ratings)
No longer are William McGonagall's ruinous effects confined to poetry. A Tale of the Cave is the unlikely marriage between Scotland's notoriously bad poet and the classic cave-crawl genre. Made for the Ruin...
|Tales of the Traveling Swordsman, by Mike Snyder|
Average member rating: (45 ratings)
You are the traveling swordsman; the strong and silent stranger; the wandering vanquisher of villainy. Damsels swoon for you. Good men respect and envy you. Scoundrels learn to fear you. Even so, you are but...
|Terrormolinos, by Peter Jones, Trevor Lever, Mike Robinson, James Byrne, and Roger Taylor|
Average member rating: (6 ratings)
When chubby-cheeked Cliff Richard first sang "We're all going on a summer holiday" it's unlikely that he was referring to the Costa Brava resort of Terrormolinos, because Terrormolinos is the kind of place...