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Interactive Fiction by Pseudavid

The Master of the Land, by Pseudavid (2018)
(20 ratings)
> An interactive fiction intrigue in an immersive and dynamic world. A world that changes with every action. Freedom to explore. Radically different playthroughs. Lots of dancing. People wearing...

The good people, by Pseudavid (2019)
(16 ratings)
Explore the weird, until the sunken things come for you. A narration-focused interactive fiction focused on conversation and exploration of a haunted landscape. Playable on mobile, but a computer...

The Moon wed Saturn, by Pseudavid (2020)
(16 ratings)
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.

Where we'll live for nine days, by Pseudavid (2017)
(3 ratings)
A small flat. Uncertain light. Two frightened people locked in for nine days. Eroding sense of reality. An ambiguous story where feelings, memories and words themselves are unreliable. Where we'll...

Truth be untold, by Pseudavid (2015)
(1 rating)

This game was entirely produced from scratch in two days for the Ludum Dare 33 game jam.

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Reviews by Pseudavid

Swigian, by Mathbrush (as Rainbus North)   March 14, 2021
"Swigian has a limited vocabulary, a limited range of expression, at every level: the text level, the story level, the gameplay level...." - See the full review

Heretic's Hope, by G. C. Baccaris   November 19, 2019
"The thing I appreciate the most about Hereticís Hope is the same I appreciated about Devotionalia: it sets out to tell a story whose..." - See the full review

Turandot, by Victor Gijsbers   November 19, 2019
"Thereís more than one game inside Turandot. Two at the very minimum. Putting two very different things together is risky: the contrast..." - See the full review

Night Guard / Morning Star, by Astrid Dalmady   November 19, 2019
"I love classic surrealist painting. Women surrealist painters (other than Kahlo) donít get the credit they deserve: introductory books,..." - See the full review

Each-uisge, by Jac Colvin   November 19, 2019
"> Sunlight filters through the window, while a cool breeze brings the scent of wildflowers and stirs particles of dust into the air where..." - See the full review

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