Author: johnsim03

Fabled Journey Game Added

You are Magnus, Protector of Morr, in the Kingdom of Oshen. A minimalist text adventure (Gamebook/CYOA). You can find Fabled Journey at this link. (Should work well on cell phones, other electronic devices, and through your browser).

Escape from Aiwei Game Added

You have no idea how or why you came to be in this place. Can you escape? You can find Escape from Aiwei at this link. (Should work well on cell phones, other electronic devices, and through your browser).

Walking Game Added

A simple hike in the woods leads to an incredible adventure. A CYOA/Gamebook created with Inform 7. You can find Walking at this link. (Should work well on cell phones, other electronic devices, and through your browser).

The Verus Effect Game Added

You are a legendary warrior, seemingly cursed to fight for all eternity.While longing for rest, you must continue to fight to achieve your ultimategoal of mortality‚Ķ You can find The Verus Effect at this link. (Should work well on cell phones, other electronic devices, and through your browser).

Twinefoolery Game Added

In the far away Land of IF, there is a curious place called Genre. The town is laid out in a hook shape, at the base of Macro Mountain. Railroad tracks run through the middle of the town. On one side of the tracks live the Twiners; on the other, the Parsers. The Twiners barely…

Read the full article

THE AMAZING CHOICE ADVENTURE! ADDED

This interactive fiction gamebook was originally published to the IF Archive in 2012 as a PDF document (Choose Your Own Adventure, or CYOA gamebook). It was written by an Eighth Grader (mollycule), and I thought the game mechanic was intriguing. So, I ported the game to TWINE format (using Twine 2.37 and Chapbook 1.0) to…

Read the full article

Chesstopia II Game Added

Chesstopia II is a gamebook of interactive fiction. It was made with TWINE and Harlowe. You can play it in your browser. You can find Chesstopia II at this link. I hope you enjoy it… (Should work well through your browser, not so much on cell phones and other electronic devices).