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CHASE THE SUN, by Frankie Kavakich
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It's the end of the world and everyone's handling it in their own way....

Choice of Broadsides, by Adam Strong-Morse, Heather Albano, and Dan Fabulich
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A swashbuckling naval adventure, in the spirit of C. S. Forester's Hornblower or Patrick O'Brian's Aubrey/Maturin books, with a dash of Jane Austen. Choice of Broadsides is a 60,000 word interactive novel,...

Congee, by Becci
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A short story about food, belonging, and seeking home. Text your friend, call your mum, and search for congee on this rainy night.

The Corsham Witch Trial, by JC Blair
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Headphones blasting in your ears and the bitter taste of stale coffee clinging to your tongue you leaf through the heavy wedge of fraying files on your desk. The rest of your floor long since having...

Counterfeit Monkey, by Emily Short
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Anglophone Atlantis has been an independent nation since an April day in 1822, when a well-aimed shot from their depluralizing cannon reduced the British colonizing fleet to one ship. Since then, Atlantis...

Cyborg Arena, by John Ayliff
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In the dystopian future, cyborgs have been stripped of their rights and treated as property. You find yourself owned by an entertainment company and forced to fight other cyborgs in brutal arena matches....

A Dark Room, by Michael Townsend
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A Dark Room is a famous text-based indie game made by doublespeakgames, which was inspired by Candy Box, but it's much grimmer in tone, with a stronger plot and a more roguelike-like focus on survival. And...

The Daughter, by GioBorrows
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In the far future everybody is queer, immortal, childless and looks like hot 30 years old. The first daughter born in thousands of years is found killed under mysterious circumstances. As her native...

The Dead Account, by Naomi Norbez
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Per Hivekind's 12.3.14 Update, you are required to shut the account of dead users. As it is your first day on this job, you must only close one: Mike Stanvinchi's. How will those closest to him take it? Play...

Deadline, by Marc Blank
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Twelve hours to solve the mystery. One false move, and the killer strikes again. It's been called "part of the latest craze in home computing (TIME magazine), an "amazing feat of programming" (THE NEW YORK...

Detective Osiris, by Adam Burt
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Death. Conception. Genesis. Mystery. ...

Deus Ex Ceviche, by Tom Lento, Chandler Groover
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Something fishy is happening in the Section B-2 Temple.

Doppeljobs, by Lei
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You are a young doppelganger, fresh out of School of Humanity, finally realizing your life-long dream to own a human-centric business. You offer a unique service: imitation on demand, living through...

Dreamland, by Tatiana Statsenko (as eejitlikeme)
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Dreams are fascinating, illogical, colourful, and some people just cannot live without them. Are you sleeping to remember or are you sleeping to forget? Credits to testers: Uliana Sirotina, Matt Nicolls

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...

Eat Me, by Chandler Groover
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In this castle, you'll eat or be eaten. May contain dairy, carnage, puzzles, nuts.

Electric word, "life", by Lance Nathan
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It's 1999, and your roommate has talked you into hosting a Halloween party. It's pretty much going to be all his friends, but you've invited a few of your own who may or may not make it. Here's hoping for...

The Eleusinian Miseries, by Mike Russo
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Well, isn't this a lark! After solid years of going after old Alky to let you in on that Mysteries wheeze of his, at last tonight's the night. He's dragged you from Athens to Eleusis for the to-do, but no...

Elvish for Goodbye, by David Gürçay-Morris
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"To think of 'living' there was to reduce the miraculous to the mundane; one does not 'live' at Xanadu." ...

En Garde, by Jack Welch
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A man who has lost his mind. A mouse who has lost his realm. A dog who has lost his family. And the scientist who will save the world.

Enveloping Darkness, by John Muhlhauser, Helen Pluta, and Othniel Aryee
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Your brother is dead. Well, that’s what everyone tells you. He was taken by orcs when you were eleven, and since then, you’ve been living on your own.

Equal-librium, by Ima
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Every system, whether the economy or the ecosystem, has an equilibrium. When we keep extracting the resources, exploiting human moral bottom-lines, consuming carelessly, and ignoring small but essential part...

Esther's, by Brad Buchanan and Alleson Buchanan
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At Esther's cafe your adorable host Served cheese to the mice when they wanted toast! That won't bother Harold's robust appetite, But Janie insists that the order's not right. Author's Postmortem

extraordinary_fandoms.exe, by Storysinger Presents
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extraordinary_fandoms.exe tells the story of Pinecone, their friendships on Discordant, & how those friendships helped them through difficult times.

Eye Contact, by Thomas McMullan
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A coffee. A friend. Something to talk about.


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