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#VanLife, by Victoria
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The first thought is always the same: ‘coffee’. The warm glow of the kettle fills the van as it comes to life at an enviable pace. Suddenly, with a snap, the lights shut off, the kettle dies with dignity,...

+ = x, by Chandler Groover
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An equation is a language, which is a road to move information. All matter is information. Even a crust trimmed from a sandwich. Even a planet's crust, adrift in space, with its core blown. Those lights are...

20 Exchange Place, by Sol FC
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Sink or swim in the concrete pool. ...

80 DAYS, by inkle, Meg Jayanth
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1872, with a steampunk twist. Phileas Fogg has wagered he can circumnavigate the world in just eighty days. Choose your own route around a 3D globe, travelling by airship, submarine, mechanical camel,...

9:05, by Adam Cadre
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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.

AardVarK Versus the Hype, by Truthcraze
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November, 1997, somewhere in the suburbs: Carpenter jeans. Mixtapes. Alt Rock. A mind-controlling vaguely-citrus soda. A beat-up 1989 Toyota Celica. A gas station that sells snacks. And the band whose name...

Academic Pursuits (As Opposed To Regular Pursuits), by ruqiyah
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Dear Ms. ████████ We are delighted to offer you a position in our architecture department. After your application and interview we are confident you will really sink your teeth into this role. Your new...

Alias 'The Magpie', by J. J. Guest
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Sir Rodney Playfair, gentleman thief, has a simple plan: impersonate a psychiatrist, infiltrate a country house, steal a priceless Egyptian scarab and make it back to London in time for cocktails. All in a...

All Hands Abandon Ship, by David Lee
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In a race against time, can you escape before it's too late? ...

Amazing Quest, by Nick Montfort
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at last, you now need to get yourself and your fleet back home. Decide as if it all depends on you, trust as if it all depends on the gods, and you will have an amazing quest...

An Amical Bet, by Eve Cabanié
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You’re Svetlana Asimov, a famous thief, and you’re chilling at a party with your partner Jodie. But boredom is never far away, and she decides to spice up a little your night

The Archivist and the Revolution, by Autumn Chen
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The world is ending, and you are still paying rent....

An Aside About Everything, by Sasha
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A girl has gone missing and He has set out to find her. Join Him on an adventure through fantastical and strange worlds in an effort to find the one closest to Him.

Babyface, by Mark Sample
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We are haunted by the houses of our childhood. How unfamiliar they are, when we return. Yet you never forget, do you? You never really forget. A Southern Gothic horror story. Remember, of all the masks we...

Baggage, by Katherine Farmar
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An exploration of stuckness, change, and the things we can’t let go

Bali B&B, by Felicity Banks
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Can you keep a bunch of tourists happy in Paradise? ...

Ballyhoo, by Jeff O'Neill
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Spangleland! Sawdust and glitter, buffoons and cotton candy! It's a place where your wildest dreams come true! At least, that's what you think... until you get behind the scenes at the big top. Then you...

Beagle 2, by Larry Horsfield
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You hear on the TV news that the Beagle 2 Mars lander has been spotted on the surface of the planet by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. You go to sleep that night but you have a strange dream about flying...

Big Trouble in Little Dino Park, by Seth Paxton, Rachel Aubertin
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Ever since cloning dinosaurs became the cheap, cool way to build a theme park there have been lots of them cropping up. Luckily, this one still had a position open for your summer job! Little Dino Park is a...

A Blank Page, by Edu Sánchez
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A short story about creative block and the impostor syndrome

Break Stuff, by Amy Clare Fontaine
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What better way to get over a breakup than smashing things? In Break Stuff, you make decisions for a troubled young woman who just broke up with her boyfriend. When your old friend from high school comes...

A Calling of Dogs, by Arabella Collins
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You don't know where you are, or how you got here, but you do know you've been kidnapped. Trapped in a cage, running out of options. What will you do?

Captain Graybeard's Plunder, by Julian Mortimer Smith
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A retired pirate captain cobbles together a ship and crew from the pages of classic works of literature. His goal: revenge!

Careless Talk, by Diana Rider
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"You pace the deck anxiously as you wait for the chaplain to finish his current appointment. The skies above are a gloomy grey--not foreboding enough for a storm, too grim to be considered cheery. The...

The Cave, by Neil Aitken
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You wake up in the depths of a dark cave system and must find your way out. Contend with strange creatures. Lost treasures. Forgotten runes. Ancient magic. Faltering light sources. Fear. Loneliness....

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.

Fallen London, by Failbetter Games
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Poet or Assassin? Lover or Spy? Choose your fate in Fallen London, a gothic metropolis a mile beneath the surface of the earth. An epic adventure where you live a sometimes horrific, often curious, but...

The Feather Grange Job, by David Fletcher
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An ornithological heist story.

Fine Felines, by Felicity Banks
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You are a twenty-four-year-old who just inherited $10,000. Can you run a successful cat-breeding business? --------------- There is a spoiler-filled Cheat Sheet option at the very beginning of the game for...

Flattened London, by Carter Gwertzman
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Unravel the secrets of the third dimension and search for treasure in a wholly bizarre setting — a crossover between the worlds of Fallen London and Flatland. Keep your wits about you in this sprawling...

Glimmer, by Katie Benson
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It's bleak out there. No one would blame you for turning away.

The Golden Heist, by George Lockett and Rob Thorman
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The domus aurea. The Golden House. Nero built his crowning marvel, the greatest folly of his reign, on the strength of your father's genius. And then he cast him aside. It's time to get your own back. And,...

Grandma Bethlinda's Remarkable Egg, by Arthur DiBianca
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How do you break out of handcuffs when all you've got is an egg?

Grooverland, by Mathbrush
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"Magic comes with a price. But on your birthday, all your expenses are paid. Welcome to Grooverland." Grooverland is a large parser game that takes over two hours to complete. It is based on the works of...

The Grown-Up Detective Agency, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy
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The only thing Bell Park likes more than a mystery is solving it on her own. But when a time-traveling 12-year-old version of herself lands face-down on her rented co-working desk, she'll have no choice but...

Haywire, by Peregrine Wade
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Yet another day is ending. Yet another day of dazzling bystanders with your spectacular illusions, all for a fistful of coins. Now it's time to grab a bite and find a place to sleep, all alone in the big...

HOURS, by aidanvoidout
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Go on a short adventure to assassinate a tyrannical ruler, and maybe you'll learn something along the way.

How it was then and how it is now, by Pseudavid
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Who would be asked to travel to the center of an apocalypse? Two smart people walking to the center of many disasters, including the disaster they made for themselves.

How The Elephant's Child Who Walked By Himself Got His Wings, by Peter Eastman
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This fantasia on Kipling's "Just So Stories" takes you back to the High and Far-Off Times to learn how all things came to be what they are today. Warning: Contains bad poetry.

Hunt the Wumpus, by Gregory Yob, Magnus Olsson, and David Ahl
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i wish you were dead., by Sofía Abarca
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you can’t take the burden of it anymore, no matter how strong your love is for her. but how do you tell the person you love that you can’t – or won’t – love them anymore?...

I-0, by Anonymous
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Stranded on Interstate Zero after your car broke down, you are miles away from the last sign of civilization. It's twenty minutes to noon and the temperature is well over 120°F. It's beginning to look like...

The Impossible Bottle, by Linus Åkesson
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Housework is only as dull as your imagination. Join Emma, six years old, on a playful adventure of peculiar proportions. Merciful puzzlefest. Parser or point-and-click, as you please. Web (including mobile)...

In the Service of Mrs. Claus, by Mathbrush
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Let me tell you the true secret of Christmas: Santa Claus died centuries ago. You see, in ancient times, as the Gods began to die, Santa Claus married a goddess. She was worshiped as Bast in Egypt, as...

The Land Down Under, by The Marino Family
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Through a glass in the floor of the Tangerine House, Lin has marveled at the perfect miniature world of The Land Down Under. But when her two foster siblings go missing, Lin must pursue them into this world...

Limerick Quest, by Pace Smith
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"To Russia!" you boldly suggest. "This riddle has got me obsessed. We'll search 'till we're blind, and loot what we find! Let's go on a...

Lore Distance Relationship, by Naomi "Bez" Norbez
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Follow user StaircaseHaven14 on a Neopets-esque site called Ruffians as she faces life's challenges, RPs with her long-distance BFF (or more than BFF?) Bee, and encounters familial hardship, from age 8 to...

The Magpie Takes the Train, by Mathbrush
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A millionaire guards a fabulous ruby in her private train car. Countless thieves have failed to steal it. But they weren't the Magpie!

Mermaids of Ganymede, by Seth Paxton
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Trapped at the bottom of Ganymede's ocean, beneath a thick layer of ice, your survey ship has crash landed. Your crew has begun to see things swimming out there in the dark, and no one has ever made if off...

The Miller's Garden, by Damon L. Wakes
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When the miller died, he left his garden. And when the mill was torn down, the river changed its course.

Minor Arcana, by Jack Sanderson Thwaite
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You have many faces. Your form is multiple. You are the cards. Created many years ago, infused with dark magic, you have seen many things. What secrets do you contain? What visions have you conjured up? How...

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...

Stuff of Legend, by Lance Campbell
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The only thing worse than being a village idiot is being an unemployed village idiot. Maybe it’s time to change careers. Maybe it’s time to be a knight.

The Surprise, by Candy Meldromon
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An auto-biographical story.

Tavern Crawler, by Josh Labelle
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Most fantasy stories are about slaying the dragon. This one is about what happens after that. When you and your companions are approached by a man in a tavern who offers you more gold than you could spend in...

The Thirty Nine Steps, by Graham Walmsley
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The man on the floor was quite dead, a knife through his heart skewering him to the floorboards. At a quarter to eight, the train would take me from London, where people would be searching for me, into the...

Trusting My Mortal Enemy?! What a Disaster!, by Storysinger Presents
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When a hero & a villain start planning their battles over coffee, they come to trust each other more than they ever expected.

Turandot, by Victor Gijsbers
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An operatic performance. A tale of atonement. A dating sim with a crocodile pit. Content warnings: sex; sexism and other gender issues; suicide; torture; homophobia; xenophobia.

The Turnip, by Joseph Pentangelo
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A hole-based economy and a venison-based diet. You and your dog. And a turnip.

Universal Hologram, by Kit Riemer
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Dreams are nothing but organic simulations. In a computer-generated universe, the citizens of a far-future Martian colony begin projecting their consciousnesses out of their bodies using astral projection...

Use Your Psychic Powers at Applebee's, by Geoffrey Golden
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You are a Psychic Brand Ambassador for Schtupmeister Beer. Listen to the thoughts of customers at the local Applebee's and convince them to try your syrupy ale. But will being in these peoples' heads...

Vampire Ltd, by Alex Harby
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Nero Brashov, vampire and failed businessman, has revenge on his mind. He'll pose as a human, infiltrate his arch-enemy's corporation, and sabotage it from the inside. Just as soon as he's invited in, that...

Weird Grief, by Naomi Norbez
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Mike Stanvinchi is dead. Juniper, who was in a polyamorous threeway with Mike and his spouse, Roger, must navigate her relationship with the surviving partner. But grief isn't always easy. . . Help her...

Will Not Let Me Go, by Stephen Granade
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Dallas, Texas. 1996. Fred Strickland has Alzheimer's.

The Wizard Sniffer, by Buster Hudson
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You were recently acquired by the brave Ser Leonhart and his squire to sniff out the evil shapeshifting wizard. Unfortunately, you are not a wizard sniffer (if such a thing even exists). As far as you can...

Xanthippe's Last Night with Socrates, by Victor Gijsbers
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It's your last night together, for literal fuck's sake, but your husband is 'not in the mood'. Can you convince him to fulfil his marital duties? ...

You Couldn't Have Done That, by Ann Hugo
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Your first day on the job wasn't going to be pleasant. Such was inevitable. It's a big change. And, you are autistic. But this was a different story, far worse than unpleasant.

You Will Thank Me as Fast as You Thank a Werewolf, by B.J. Best
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It began when my mother's goldfish died on the dining-room table. I was about to tell her how I lived; my girlfriend and I were about to see the Wauwatosa Thunderdivers. We were dancing on the beach; we were...

Zork I, by Marc Blank and Dave Lebling
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Many strange tales have been told of the fabulous treasure, exotic creatures, and diabolical puzzles in the Great Underground Empire. As an aspiring adventurer, you will undoubtedly want to locate these...


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