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The Way Walkers: University epic continues in the second part of the Tar’citadel trilogy by author J. Leigh! Picking up right where you left off in part one, the city and school are still in shock from the mysterious attacks, and the question on everyone’s mind is…who was behind them, and why?
What would you change? Alter your past and future in this thought-provoking and edgy time travel game. Are you willing to live with the effects that your changes may cause?
Write an archmage’s autobiography in this 80-year 130,000-word interactive fiction! Man or woman? Good or evil? Bring peace on earth or rule the world?
Espionage and arcane magic in the American Revolution. Choose a side or go it alone in the secret war for the soul of the new nation. Use multiple magic disciplines to reach your goals and change history. Part of the Waking Cassandra series.
Fortune and glory or death? Stay alive, cast spells, and smite evil.
Dungeons & Dragons-style text adventure! Stay alive, manage your spell power, find treasure, and smite evil. Wizard’s Choice is a series of RPG text-based adventures that will engross you in a storyline while allowing you to make the decisions that will determine your fate.
Life is not fair, neither is this game. Another short murder mystery for you to solve following the ChoiceScript multiple-choice text-based format. The murderer is randomly selected at the beginning of each game for a greater challenge.
Journey through Space and uncover the secrets of the asteroid Zebulon! Pilot a spacecraft with two loyal sidekicks and your pet goldfish Henry. Travel to the Moon, meet some interesting characters, and then blast off to the Asteroid Belt. Along the way make the right choices to discover the secrets of Zebulon and your own past. If Douglas Adams had written a multiple-choice gamebook, it might not be entirely unlike this!
Make difficult moral decisions in this modern drama. You take the role of Alex, an average guy having a not so average day. Juggle relations with your friends while you puzzle over choices of right and wrong. Explore what it means to be a good person. Determine if the law is always right. Choose between yourself and your friends. Decide between romance or friendship. And ultimately hold the life of another in your hands. One day can be packed with enough drama, tension, and death to change your life forever. But at the end of that day you’re faced with the question: are you a good person?
By Myth Thrazz. Use your incredible wits, fantastic skills and/or magnificent strength to choose your way out of a heavily guarded prison! Reveal the secrets of the dungeon, meet the mysterious co-prisoner and determine who’s responsible for your arrest. Grab your gear and prepare yourself for a hard fantasy quest.
By Kie Brooks. When you think your doctor may be trying to kill you, life gets complicated. Survive this multiple-choice game if you can.
By Alex Livingston. “The Nightmare Maze” is the story of a 19th-century Bostonian plagued by strange nightmares. Lose yourself in the depths of a tormented psyche and try to find the logic to the night terrors in this haunting text-based multiple-choice game. Part of the Waking Cassandra series.
An interactive detective story set in 1932. Experience Weimar Republic-era Berlin during the rise of the Nazis, an exciting and dangerous place. Your task? To find the killer of Englishman James Knowles. Your investigation will bring you face to face with a kaleidoscope of characters from German society; Communists and Nazis, bureaucrats and singers.
Step into the boots of a Royal Dragoon in an epic military interactive story. Fight for glory or riches in an original setting spanning over 200k words.
In a metaphysics driven society where freewill is law, your choices are your own as you attend the most prestigious of magical schools. Learn to master psychic Ability, fight monsters, argue with an Angel, cut classes, befriend unusual races, chase ghosts, and navigate through an exciting city full of in depth characters in an exquisitely detailed world.
Command a star cruiser. Visit colonial worlds, rescue imperiled vessels, investigate stellar phenomena and prepare your ship to battle a ruthless foe. Only you and your crew can save Earth from utter destruction in this text-based adventure.
Choose your destiny in a race through Peru!
You are about to go on the journey of a lifetime as you take part in
the event known the world over as ‘The Race’. Every step of the way,
the choices you make will affect your performance, as well as the
other teams around you! Can you make it to the end in this
Blast into action as an Imperial Mobile Armored Marine! Decide when to use stealth, diplomacy, or your armor’s incredible power as you explore a silent colony world. Gain glory, and command a squad of troopers as your choices determine how the story unfolds. Can you uncover the dark secret of Far Hope?
Build your character and fight your way out of a zombie-filled city to save your sister in this interactive horror fiction story. Gather supplies and weapons while avoiding the military, bandits, and living dead. Your choices alone control the story. Can you survive the zombie apocalypse?
By Allen Gies. Lead a platoon of elite Marine Raiders! Battle an intractable enemy during WW2! Choose your battle-plan, select your weapons and if need be fix your bayonets. You’ll wade ashore during a daring nighttime landing or plunge into frantic close-quarters fire-fights in this thrilling text-based game.
By Christopher Salomon. In this retro-style multiple choice game, you take on the role(s!) of an adventurer in a fantasy world. Go from room to room in a dungeon like maze. Solve riddles and try to stay alive, reach the exit and pass the final exam of your apprenticeship. Can you become a “Master” of the three classes?
By Kie Brooks. “What Happened Last Night?” is a dark but occasionally humorous action murder mystery multiple-choice text-based game.