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  A Conversation With Ophion

By: Michael McCollum (posted by Chris) (Science fiction, Beginner friendly, Twine)

Based on a hilarious @petermolydeux idea: 5 minute game where you play an asteroid that is headed towards Earth. Everyone hates you. All you can do is talk, what would you say? [Author's page]

  Two

Two is a branching interactive fiction telling the story of twelve year old Laura’s day at school as she navigates through the dangers of being a bright loner.

  How To Get Ahead In Advertising

Microgame/story about a down and out advertising executive recounting the day he thought might be his last.

  The Axolotl Project Act I

Casey Cama thought her internship at Sadler Pharmaceutical's lunar research base was boring, until one of her test subjects escapes and leads her to discover a sinister secret.

  Nzambi

*Note: This story was aborted and will be likely rolled into another "collection" like my other story, "Thank you for your cooperation". As there doesn't appear to be a way to delete stories from Adventure Cow, I will keep the unfinished story online for archival purposes.

  Revelations

The world is falling apart... The gates of Heaven and hell are open. It feels like the end. An experiment in "context" in three short acts. Created in Twine. P.S. There is a secret "alternate" ending.

Dream, created 2014/01/07 11:19

My first Twine story, and a test to see what I could get the program to do (considering my minimal coding experience.)

  Fly on the wall

There is a fly on the wall... But it is not really a fly... And it wants you to decide who lives and dies. (Complete, but not fully proof-read and tested as of yet)

  A Cold Grave

In a cold, snowy country a man finds a victim of a Drowner attack. The man is a psychic detective. An old friend. But why are you there?

  Reins

Reins is about the climactic reunion at the end of a reincarnation romance. Reins is more of a word labyrinth than a game or a story; it's a wandering through the easily-distracted mind of something that's been alive for a very, very long time. There are stories hidden here. Conversations. Confessions. Doubts, and certainties, and a certain sense of finality.

  Ascii Bird

By: BigStompyRobots (posted by Chris) (Humor, Beginner friendly, Twine)

Flappy Bird, reinvented in Twine, made for #flappyjam

  End Boss

By: Nick Keirle (posted by Chris) (Fantasy, Beginner friendly, Twine)

A story about the choices we make. Most interactive stories are about what you do - make peace, make love, make war - but End Boss is about why. Quick but interesting story. Commentary from the author

  Remembered

By: Chris Klimas (posted by Chris) (Romance, Science fiction, Twine, Beginner friendly)

A short and sweet "speculative romance" by the creator of Twine, Chris Klimas, Remembered is a tale that's interesting to read, and mostly linear, with brief hypertext forays in to the protagonist's cloudy past. The visual style is appealing, with a plain page and text. Remembered is one of a set of stories written by Klimas, posted publicly at gimcrackd.com.

  Demons and Deadlines

Can you survive Hell for the story of a lifetime? And escape with your soul intact? There's only one way to find out... Do you remember those old choose your own destiny you used to read as a kid? Think of this as one created out of the dark corners of your nightmares, with a bit of dark humor tossed in there now and then.

  Felipe Femur

The original children's story of Felipe Femur, the skeleton with a lot of heart, and his friends: Gummy the toothless werewolf, Runny the woozy witch, and Sunny the sun-loving vampire.

  Next Door Taker

"Help me." (Trapped birds flapping their white wings inside a cage that's just too small) "Leave." (Dust, rot, gangrene, shackles digging into skin) You walk forward.

  Thank you for your cooperation

There are no endings, only divergent possibilities. I could tell you more, but then I would have to strangle you with a candy necklace... (Warning: This work contains relatively graphic violence and other darkly-comic subject matter like espresso-battles to the death and suicide) This story (or stories) is an experiment in non-linear storytelling and a "five-finger exercise" in writing fiction after a long hiatus. Thank you in advance for your cooperation... Have fun!

  Seven Bullets

You're a skilled assassin ready to retire, but before you can call it quits, the Boss kidnaps your little sister, and now you need to use your arsenal of deadly skills to get her back. Will you make the choices that bring her home safely? Or will you get caught in a web of intrigue, assassins, and deadly combat? Only you can decide how this story ends...Do you have what it takes to survive?

  Capsule

By: PaperBlurt (posted by Chris) (Horror, Humor, Science fiction, Twine, Beginner friendly)

Space horror/humor for Ludum Dare 30

  Psychology

Your brain will lead you towards the words within. See what's truly on your mind.

In The Wilderness

In "In The Wilderness" you are just a normal person sucked into the wilderness. You need to try to survive by making the right choices.

  Changeling

A short interactive story about growing up. Gender themes.

  Dream State Zero

Dream State Zero is a game where your mind is not your mind.

The Brownsville Detective Service

You're a new detective, on the lookout for a real mystery. A lady reports her jewelry's been stolen, and a couple of alligators are missing from the zoo. What will you do?

  Jones N. Forebuts and the Secret of the Golden Butt

A political comedy with marginally objectionable humor.

  Nights in Boulder

Nights in Boulder is an interactive story based game set in the years of 2010 & 2016. You're Matthew, desperately searching for your missing girlfriend after she never returned home from a night out with friends. On the hunt for your only lover, you backtrack from the day you met, to the day you last saw her.

  Human(it)y.

The author hasn't written the description yet!