[IFComp 2014] Tower

Tower, by Simon Deimel, is a parser-based game written in Inform. You can download it from the comp website or play it online here. I played it offline, as I prefer to do with parser-based games. The author has updated the game since the comp began, but I played the original version.

Out of the blue, and into the blue. And there you are, in a chamber, trying to find out what is going on. Everything is so unreal… what has happened to you? TOWER is a short interactive fiction with surreal elements.

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[IFComp 2014] One Night Stand

One Night Stand, by Giannis G. Georgiou, is a parser-based game made with Quest. It can be played online here. (It is not playable offline.) A note: you can play without registering, but if you want the ability to save your game, you have to make a free account with textadventures.co.uk or log in with another service (Google, Facebook, or Microsoft).

After a night of vodka and vague acquaintances, Sandy wakes up in an unknown bedroom, unable to remember the name of the man sleeping next to her.

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