My new walkthroughs for January 2019

Recommendations by David Welbourn (Waterloo, Ontario)

On Tuesday, January 29, 2019, I published new walkthroughs for the games 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

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1. Gaucho - An Interactive Geek Western
by Dave Bernazzani, Steven Robert, Jason Hanks
Average member rating: (6 ratings)

David Welbourn says:

Your dream vacation to a ghost town in Texas took a turn for the worse when your allergies acted up. Forced to take a nap to recover, you wake to hear your tour bus leaving without you. So now your goal is to survive one night in this ghost town until the next tour bus arrives in the morning.

2. Everybody Loves a Parade, by Cody Sandifer (1997)
Average member rating: (14 ratings)
David Welbourn says:

You play as a woman driving a moving van across the United States to her new job as New York City's Assistant to the Chief Engineer. Your gas runs out when you arrive at Chewton, Arizona which is having its 40th annual rock festival, and they don't mean music. They're celebrating actual rocks. And you spent your last money on tacos. How are you going to get out of here?

3. Amnesia
by Dustin Rhodes
Average member rating: (7 ratings)

David Welbourn says:

In this poorly-written game, you play as someone who washed ashore onto an island. You were supposed to have amnesia, but you don't, so the author will make up a new story where you just need to solve a few puzzles and leave the island with a treasure.

4. Folkar Station, by Doug Jones (2007)
Average member rating: (1 rating)
David Welbourn says:

In this incomplete game, you play as a standard clone, revived from cryosleep to deal with three emergencies on the deserted station that's orbiting Mars. Your first task, and only task in this intro, is to repair a hull breach.

5. Niney
by Daniel Spitz
Average member rating: (9 ratings)

David Welbourn says:

You play as a passenger on a train. Initially, you are no one, but each day you might be someone such as the One Who Is Weak or the One Who Gazes Ahead. And when you sleep, you might be Niney, the beloved squirrel who nine times out of ten does the right thing.

6. The Game Formerly Known as Hidden Nazi Mode
by Victor Gijsbers
Average member rating: (25 ratings)

David Welbourn says:

In this children's game, you play as a child who wants to give tasty carrots to all the rabbits hiding in the neighbourhood. And that seems to be all it is.

But is there a hidden Nazi mode? The author says that stuff was removed. His published source code seems to confirm that. But then, why that title? Do you trust the author? Is his game really about rabbits or is it about finding out if it's truly kid-friendly or not?

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