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The Moon wed Saturn, by Pseudavid
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A simple, if peculiar, love story where not much seems to happen. The Moon wed Saturn is a short narrative experiment. Computer or tablet is recommended.

Mother Tongue, by Nell Raban
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You're sitting at home, minding your business, when your mom texts you. It's a familiar situation. But when the chat turns nostalgic, how do you reconcile her regrets about how she raised you with your own...

Move On, by Serhii Mozhaiskyi
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You are trying to escape with a mysterious briefcase, but your options are limited.​ Can you survive the chase? Mobile friendly. No sound effects. Keep your eyes on the road.

Mrs. Wobbles and the Tangerine House, by Mark Marino
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2 boys arrive at a magical foster home... My kids & I wrote this as the 1st in a series for children 7-11. We aimed for simple choice-driven IF that emphasizes not so much the pyrotechnics but the pleasures...

My Gender Is a Fish, by Carter Gwertzman
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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...

Nose Bleed, by Stanley W. Baxton
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Please, stop embarassing us....

Out, by Viktor Sobol
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It's a wonderful morning, and you're ready to come out.

The Owl Consults, by Thomas Mack, Nick Mathewson, and Cidney Hamilton
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Once you've established yourself as the ruler of the crime world (and, eventually, the literal world), the only challenge left is helping out the next generation of supervillains---for a suitable fee, of...

A Papal Summons, or The Church Cat, by Bitter Karella
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The pope -- the holy father himself! -- has summoned you to Rome for a personal audience. But the Vatican is a massive, bustling city, full of twisting avenues and winding corridors and so many oubliettes,...

Passages, by Jared W Cooper
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These are all the weekends that will have passed when you read this.

Photopia, by Adam Cadre
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"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."

The Pinecone, by Joseph Pentangelo
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A breath born of boredom rises in the wintry sky. Hooves and bells approach. The school bus is late.

The Place, by Ima
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Although this is an interactive interface, your choices do NOT matter. They really do not. Before you quit, I want you to understand why. I am a believer of absurdity, that our actions in the end have no...

Prism, by Eliot M.B. Howard
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Born to a city of wonders beyond your reach, scarcity has always been a close friend. As a courier, the city’s human infrastructure, you scale its roofworks, evade its constables, risk death every day for...

Quest for the Sword of Justice, by Damon L. Wakes
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It has been 100 years since the vile legions of Necroth were defeated. 100 years of years of peace and harmony. But a shadow grows in the frozen north, and dark forces assemble in the wilds and on the roads....

Quintessence, by Andrea M. Pawley
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The Forever Cat stalks through this universe, collapsing it when the Others come close or shiny objects are too far apart. Will you end the Forever Cat's destructive cycle and help this universe's quanta...

A Rope of Chalk, by Ryan Veeder
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An account of the disastrous sidewalk chalk tournament of August 27, 2011.

Sage Sanctum Scramble, by Arthur DiBianca
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A grab bag of puzzles, mostly word puzzles. Collect keywords and save the Sanctum!

Sense of Harmony, by Scenario World
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Cybernetically enhanced Elizabeth Boldan tries to find herself while working part-time at the Crown Diamond, an erotic massage parlor and brothel in the year 2029. On television and in the movies,...

Smart Theory, by AKheon
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A strange, new thought system has been spreading like wildfire through schools and institutions - it has even taken over the university that you go to. What could this all mean? Perhaps we'll discover the...

SOUND, by CynthiaP
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You embark to find that voice You embark to find that voice You embark to find that voice You embark to find that voice You embark to find that voice

Stand Up / Stay Silent, by Y Ceffyl Gwyn
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The revolution begins with you.

Stay?, by E. Jade Lomax
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STAY? CHOOSE YOUR OWN HAPPY ENDING Welcome to Elaia, a magical city nestled in a high valley. It's the end of your first year at university & time to choose your major. Find yourself among potential friends...

Sting, by Mike Russo
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Six bees. Five bags of groceries. A four-pound dumbbell. Three sailboats. One twin. Sting is a puzzleless parser memoir about ordinary days and unexpected interruptions.

Stoned Ape Hypothesis, by James Heaton
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In the early 1990's, ethnobotanist Terence McKenna published his book "Food of the Gods" in which he presented a theory explaining the cognitive leap forward observed in early homo-sapiens. His theory is...


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