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my father's long, long legs, by michael lutz
Average member rating: (106 ratings)

A weird tale. Some parts make use of sound, so this game is best played with headphones. One ending.

My Gender Is a Fish, by Carter Gwertzman
Average member rating: (18 ratings)

Magpies from the forbidden woods like to steal things: coins, jewelry, your gender identity. It's starting to get dark, so you'd better find your gender fast. If only you could remember what it looked...

My Name is Tara Sue, by Maki Yamazaki
Average member rating: (12 ratings)

"Your name is Tara Sue. You are 25 and you work in an office. Admittedly, your life could stand to get a little more interesting." ...

Myriad, by Porpentine
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Average member rating: (24 ratings)

branching outcomes of a fetid day. 115 nodes. suited for treaders, meat-eaters, plant-eaters, students, arthropods, starvers, and victims. inspired by HyperCard shareware adventures packed on cd-roms with...

The Mysteries of Baroque, by William Brown
Average member rating: (4 ratings)

Mad science raised you from the dead! Pursue justice or vengeance, love or secrets, as you save or destroy the world with forbidden eldritch power. "The Mysteries of Baroque" is a 200,000-word interactive...

Narcolepsy, by Adam Cadre
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Neon Haze, by Porpentine and Brenda Neotenomie
Average member rating: (12 ratings)

Hold your name like oxygen in your lungs. A drifter with a number on her wrist descends into a massive neon structure.

Night Guard / Morning Star, by Astrid Dalmady
Average member rating: (16 ratings)

My mother made a deal. So here I am, working the night shift, alone with her work.

Nineteen, by Elizabeth Sampat

This is pretty different. I heard about the tragic suicide of Aaron Swartz last spring and made this game in ten hours. It loops around a lot; there’s some debate over what the ending of the game is, I...

Nineteen, by kiran
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Nineteen is an auto-biographical game I created, detailing vignettes from my life. Please enjoy this story of gender identity, living in the closet, abuse, and rising above all the odds. Trigger Warnings:...

Nonessential, by Brad Kraeling

Your lively and charismatic gamer friend Nathan calls to catch-up. Talk to Nathan and help him through some of his troubles in this off-beat comedic drama.

A Normal Lost Phone, by Dear Villagers
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A Normal Lost Phone is a game about exploring the intimacy of an unknown person whose phone was found by the player. Through the interface of a mobile phone, the player must discover what happened to its...

normal_fantasies.exe, by Storysinger Presents
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Join Lynette Johnson as she enjoys the AI Girlfriend Add-On, & discovers new things about her romantic & sexual desires while escaping a harsh reality.

Nowhere Near Single, by kaleidofish
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A young woman in the entertainment industry struggles with harmonizing her public pop star persona and her private polyamorous life. Warning for mildly graphic content.

Off-Season at the Dream Factory, by B.J. Best (writing as “Carroll Lewis")
Average member rating: (10 ratings)

As in orcish thought you stand.

Once on a Windswept Night, by ebi-hime

Once upon a time, a long, long time ago, there was a traveller... Our protagonist, a mysterious traveller, wanders the far-off land of Desservir searching for patrons to buy their wares. Upon hearing about a...

One Week, by Papillon
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Open Sorcery, by Abigail Corfman
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You are online. You are fire and order. You are here to protect. ---- "Open Sorcery" is a game about technology, magic and becoming a person. It follows the development of an Elemental Firewall--a creature...

Open Up!, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
Average member rating: (18 ratings)

Trin Park's only job while her parents are out of town is to make sure her little sister stays out of trouble. Should be easy enough. The kid usually keeps to herself anyway... (A post-Birdland microgame)

Orpheus: A Tragicomedy in Six Parts, by chromaticchaos
Average member rating: (1 rating)

ORPHEUS: A TRAGICOMEDY There once was a fellow from Thrace, Who wouldn't accept his wife's fate-- With only a lyre, He walked through the fire, To spring her from Hades' place. But when the man met with the...

Ostrich, by Jonathan Laury
Average member rating: (14 ratings)

A new government's coming. A populist government looking to shake up the status quo. Your job in the Advertising Corrections Team is safe enough, but as tensions rise and regulations tighten you know that...

Paradigm City, by James Rhoden
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The Golden Age of heroes is over, but you're just beginning. Will you use your powers to help the world or help yourself? Set on a near-future Earth that has been irrevocably altered by the arrival of...

A Paradox Between Worlds, by Autumn Chen
Average member rating: (12 ratings)

It is the year 201X and you are a teen online. The Nebulaverse fandom has been your safe place, and it is about to be torn apart. A Paradox Between Worlds is a game about fandoms, internet melodrama, and the...

Party Is Such Sweet Sorrow, by Anthony Smith
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Have you ever found yourself stuck at a party you didn’t want to go to in the first place? How much worse would it be if you weren’t sure if you were alive or dead? Have a drink and find out in VICE’s new...

Passages, by Jared W Cooper
Average member rating: (12 ratings)

These are all the weekends that will have passed when you read this.

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