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May 29

2015

Mabelin and the Demon Trials, by Samuel Harrison Young

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We wanted to inform you that Samuel Harrison Young, author of the Hosted Games titles “Trial of the Demon Hunter” and the upcoming “Captive of Fortune”, has released a narrative version of his game entitled Mabelin and the Demon Trials It is now available in its entirety for $1.99! Not only that, but you can read the first 30% for FREE. Mabelin is a demon huntress, a fighter of evil and a natural enemy of demons. In a twisted display of irony, a demon appears and destroys her village. Determined to avenge her shattered home, the huntress embarks on a

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May 27

2015

Editorial Assistant position

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EDIT: This position has been filled. Employer: Choice of Games LLC Location: Telecommute (US resident) Choice of Games LLC was founded in 2009 to produce high-quality, multiple-choice text adventures. Choice of Games has a strong commitment to diversity of authors and representation within its publications. Its games are feminist and inclusive, and have been featured positively in press for the vision-impaired community and the lgbt community. Choice of Games is a small, fast-growing company, with over thirty titles published on storefronts such as the iTunes App Store, Steam, Amazon, and Google Play. This is an excellent opportunity for someone interested

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Jul 01

2014

Gender and Sexuality in Interactive Fiction v2.0 panel at GaymerX!

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In case you missed it, we organized a panel at the GaymerX conference last year featuring noted IF authors Christine Love, Porpentine, Aaron Reed, and Zachary Sergi. (You can watch the entirety of the panel on YouTube.) We’re hosting the same panel again this year, only we’ve added Deirdra “Squinky” Kiai to the panel! The panel is scheduled for 10am on Saturday (the 12th). We’re inviting you to submit questions for our panelists via Twitter (#gsinif) or email. Not only will we pose our favorite three submissions to the panelists, but the submitters of those questions will receive a free

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Apr 03

2014

Trial of the Demon Hunter

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Battle against the forces of evil and embark on a perilous journey to avenge your decimated village alongside your shape shifting companion in this interactive novel that yields a thrilling approach to fantasy.

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Feb 20

2014

Tin Star

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Ride out into the wild west as a United States Marshal; confront bandits, find romance and uncover a conspiracy that spans from sea to sea as you garner a legend for the ages.

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Nov 14

2013

Showdown at Willow Creek

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Saddle up and defend the town of Willow Creek from nefarious outlaws and city slickers! It all starts when a rancher’s daughter goes missing, and it ends at the showdown at Willow Creek, where greed, lust, science, and Mother Nature will face off at high noon.

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Oct 24

2013

The ORPHEUS Ruse

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Infiltrate the enemy as a psychic spy, leaping from body to body by touch. Can you reveal the truth and find your own body before your mind disintegrates?

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Oct 18

2013

Way Walkers: University 2

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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?

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Sep 19

2013

Heroes Rise: The Hero Project

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It’s America’s #1 reality show for heroes! Use your all-new “Infini” powers to battle villains and heroes alike. Become the nation’s next top hero!

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Aug 02

2013

Paradox Factor

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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?

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