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Walter Sandsquish

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Last visited November 25, 2020
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The Age of Exploration - 11 items   August 13, 2020
Adventure games typically involve a great deal of exploration, but few are set during the Age of Exploration. Nevertheless, here's a list...

See the Show - 13 items   August 11, 2020
If adventure games are a performance themselves, then it makes sense for some of them to also be about performers. So, here's a list of...

Noteworthy Games Which Aren't Z-Code or TADS Bytecode - 26 items   August 10, 2020
So many text-adventure games have been written with some version of ZIL or Inform or TADS that we might forget other methods get used...

Dueling With Dragons - 13 items   August 9, 2020
Dragons are a favorite in fantastic fiction, but they don't get as much love in IF as they used to. So, here's a list of games that...

Surprising Sentience - 13 items   July 6, 2020
Philosophers may wonder if people are the only ones who are rational and self-aware, but IF authors are certain we aren't. Here are some...

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The Magpie Takes the Train, by Mathbrush   November 25, 2020
"Characters deliver back-handed compliments, subtle put-downs, and blunt reminders of social station to each other in "The Magpie Takes..." - See the full review

The Eleusinian Miseries, by Mike Russo   October 11, 2020
"The "Eleusinian Miseries" follows a vacuous, self-absorbed player-character as he is introduced into an ancient Greek mystery cult...." - See the full review

Alone, by Paul Michael Winters   October 10, 2020
""Alone" plunges the player into a desolate landscape. Its stark, spare descriptions suit the aftermath of an apocalyptic epidemic, but,..." - See the full review

Jay Schilling's Edge of Chaos, by Robb Sherwin, Mike Sousa   October 6, 2020
""Edge of Chaos" has the makings of an interesting game. The player-character, Jay Schilling, is well-defined, childish and petulant, and..." - See the full review

Toonesia, by Jacob Weinstein   August 12, 2020
""Toonesia" is a light, pleasant hodgepodge of Warner Bros. cartoons, which effectively recreates the world of 2-D animation. It manages..." - See the full review

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