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About the Story
You awake one morning with a beautiful house, and a beautiful wife, and no idea how you got there.
73rd Place - 24th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2018)
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In this game, you wake up in the world described in Talking Head's 'Once in a Lifetime' song. You have a beautiful house, a beautiful wife, and none of it makes sense.
This is a texture game, and has great promise. Unfortunately, it is not complete at all.
If you experiment with it, note that it has some sensuous scenes.
As it has already been written here, this game is incomplete. It offers about 5 minutes of reading, and is rather well written and interesting. Impossible to tell if it's a psychological novel, a fantasy story, science fiction, or something paranoid à la Philip K. Dick (which certain themes or characters made me think of). Hopefully the author will finish his work one day.
|Barry Basic and the Quest for the Perfect Port, by Dee Cooke|
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It's 1987, and Barry Basic is keen to reach a whole new fanbase by porting his BBC Micro computer game to the ZX Spectrum. However, he needs to convert his code first! As Barry, you need to find everything that will help you port your...
|Here, by Phillip J Rhoades|
Average member rating: (1 rating)
Nothing Good Ever Happens Here! Desolate, hopeless, horror genre... in poetic form with a choose-your-path spin. Each passage is a tanka style poem. You live here, in a gray world where nothing good ever happens. Explore the desolate...
|Please Help Me, by Phillip J Rhoades|
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