My new walkthroughs for March 2021

Recommendations by David Welbourn (Kitchener, Ontario)

On Friday March 26, 2021, I published new walkthroughs for the games and stories listed below! Some of these were paid for by my wonderful patrons at Patreon. Please consider supporting me to make even more new walkthroughs for works of interactive fiction at patreon.com/dswxyz.

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1. Spellbreaker
by Dave Lebling
(1985)
Average member rating: (43 ratings)

David Welbourn says:

You play as the young enchanter from the previous games Enchanter and Sorcerer, but more powerful and respected than before. An unexpected crisis with magic itself leads you on a quest into hidden parts of the land of Zork to find the legendary Cubes of Foundation, powerful items which can alter the laws of reality. And what if you succeed? Will you be known as the Mage who restored magic or as the Spellbreaker?

2. The Untold Story
by Michael Pavano
(2019)
Average member rating: (6 ratings)

David Welbourn says:

In this odd fantasy game, you play as young man who lives alone in a forest cabin. Your beloved brother, who saw himself as a Warrior, died nearly a year ago. You define yourself by your Faith in your Lord. Today, you discover five of your chess pieces are missing. And who was that outside your window? It can't be him!

3. Thorfinn's Realm, by Robert Hall and Roy Main (1999)
Average member rating: (3 ratings)
David Welbourn says:

In this old-school adventure game, you play as a Timejumping Adventurer's Club initiation candidate, sent back in time to 950 AD Normandy to bring back all the treasures there are to find there. Besides the challenges TAC has set up for you, you will also need to deal with some random elements such as Thorfinn Skullsplitter, the local Viking.

4. Biscuit, by Petar Kanuritch (2001)
Average member rating: (3 ratings)
David Welbourn says:

In this game, it's your responsibility to arrange the funeral of the family's pet rabbit, Biscuit. You'll need a poem from your friend Peter to read, and your son Joe insists that the burial takes place in the back garden.

5. Junior Arithmancer
by Mike Spivey
(2018)
Average member rating: (39 ratings)

David Welbourn says:

In this game, you play as the Academy's first candidate in Arithmancy. The examining committee quickly gives you your exam materials before translating you into the examination room. There, you will use the provided spells to reproduce the numbers on your number sheet to earn points; completing tasks on your task page will also earn you points. Happy spellcasting and good luck!

6. En Garde
by Jack Welch
(2018)
Average member rating: (15 ratings)

David Welbourn says:

When this short game begins, your character can't remember where or who they are. To add to your confusion, instead of typing commands, you'll be clicking unlabelled colored buttons where each button corresponds to a command like "east" or "eat". Explore your environment, learn who you are and what happened to you, then solve the remaining problems and save a troubled world.

7. My Evil Twin, by Carl Muckenhoupt (2012)
Average member rating: (23 ratings)
David Welbourn says:

In this small game involving twinned objects and locations, you know that your evil twin is up to something. You can always tell since you share the same brain. You have to stop his evil schemes and you're the only one who can.

8. The Green Mountains, by Clark Radwin (2011)
Average member rating: (7 ratings)
David Welbourn says:

In this short puzzleless game, you play as someone who wakes up on a mountain. You have no memories, but a nearby letter tells you to go to the Green Mountains. You might as well try to do that. There's not much else you can do.


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