I would love to see the Generator updated.
I guess I need new business cards.
“Stiffy Makane: Termination” must be made.
an indie film with lots of gutar noodling as the score
The Relentless Adventures of Captain Speedo, Episode 112: Alert on Appointment
Man, he’s busy
Losing the Dungeonkeeper
How I managed to pass sophomore algebra.
Prologue for Algernon
A Bear’s Beauties
Ever since Papa moved out of Mama and Baby’s house, it’s all AIF.
My Adventure in Sardoria
Most boring travel journal evar.
Elfindor and Jonathan
new from Pixar
Andromeda Awakening - The Containment
Andromeda goes A L I E N
Filaments The third saga: The Road to High Tsani
When computer games get too many sequels
The robots will rise…
The Corn of the Dead
(untitled) the United States
Personalized Adventure Rubicon
sequel to YOU WILL SELECT A DECISION
The Mean Trilogy
There’s A Snake in the Nightmare
of COURSE THERE IS
[You wake up Pirates
shouldn’t have typed UNSCREW RUSTY PEGLEG
Murder della Luna
IT WAS THE SUN
Isn’t that just English for Nemesis Macana?
Wow. There’s a song by a very famous Dutch comedian about Nostradamus, and the chorus goes like this: “Nostradamus, Nostradamus. Nostradamus in his tight green pants. They were looking good on him! Nostradamus, Nostradamus. Nostradamus in his tight green pants.” When the song has seemingly finished, this chorus is then developed into an, uh, rather banal coda. (“Tight green pants. With a big bulge. Tight green pants. Big big big bulge. Tight green pants. That big **** of Nostradamus [… and so on].”)
(Turns out there’s an English show of his on Youtube, if you’re curious. No Nostradamus, I think.)
Oh well, fell down that rabbit hole for a while. A few for your delectation.
The Plague Tutorial
Just two short steps.
The Terrible, Old Shit!
A fair description of a large part of the IF back catalogue.
Monday, For Tea
And then the Beast said to Belle: “I want you.” She replied, breathlessly, already unbuttoning her shirt: “When do you want me? How do you want me?”
Not the most inspired episode of ER.
One Way Dagger
It would be good for the assassin if that direction were in .
Not a game. An academic magazine dedicated to the works of J. Pudlo, entirely written and edited by said J. Pudlo under a wide variety of pseudonyms.
Truly takes the formula of the first part to perfection.
Some of these have the makings of a speed-jam.
The cursed dagger can only be carried in one direction. Too bad you’re in Rome.
You, Sir, owe me a cup of coffee because I deserve another chance to keep it all in the cup.
The Quest of Adventure
Get ready for plots and intrigues of a generic nature!
Missing Grandpa: Lost in Australia
It’s a long way to Burpengary.
The Bible Retold: The Bread and the Chapter One
In the beginning was the Bread, and the Bread was with God, and the Bread was God.
I aknowledge my debt.
Gleaming the Wizard
That’s what the kids call it nowadays. Really.
It’s 2019 and he’s still fighting radio buttons.
She’s been one for years and can sure teach the rookies some tricks.
The Cross of Crash
No idea what it means, but it’s a hell of a catchy title.
The Quest for the House
The demoralising real-life adventures of a young couple in London. Will they end up blaming immigrants?
The Murder of Interlopers
It’s a local tradition.
And of course he gets assigned to an amphibious tank!
It’s election time in Adventure
The dwarfs are canvassing for the pirate.
The Golden Sword of Newton
Even more deadly than Maxwell’s Silver Hammer.
The ancient master teaching the lost techniques of Kung fa.
The Orion Trail
You need to take way more supplies on this one, but Indians are less of a problem.
Okay, so maybe it’s yours. But it’s our yours now. Any problems with that?
Reality’s Santa Maria
Believe me, she’s nothing like the fictional version.
The working title of Plants vs. Zombies .
Adventures of the Holy Grail
They always tell the stories about the knights. But what was the grail doing in the meantime? Sitting on a shelf, collecting some dust? Hell no! Discover the real story in…
Perils of Assassination
Hint: one of them is that you may end up dead.
A riveting tale of recolonialisation!
I love the sound of these three:
The Underground Gang
The Wonderful Fall of the Daleks
Grandma Bethlinda’s Variety Swordfight
Snow White and Rose Lady
Two Disney princesses in a taboo-shattering adventure,
Pick Up The Phone Booth And Mansion
You thought the phone booth was heavy? Ha!
Just Another Christmas Primer
So, this Jesus person dies on a cross two thousand years ago. And he was God. And that’s why we celebrate his birthday – well, not his birthday, but some heathen festival that the Church thought it prudent to assimilate – by decorating a tree, eating too much food, drinking too much wine, putting expensive presents in specially-made oversized socks, and listening to a Mariah Carey song that we all hate. You still don’t get it? Okay, let me start again from the beginning…
Allein mit Hood
The Frankfurter Allgemeine’s exclusive interview with the Nottinghamshire outlaw.
Black pudding, black pudding, black pudding, spam, baked beans and black pudding.
attack cyclops with leaflet
Kids Shouldn’t Drag
… and that’s why we need a Republican majority on the school board!
Holy crap, this is fun. How did I not know about this?
The Width of the Hero Unmasked!
The chilling tale of a middle-aged hero and his corset.
DOUCHEBAG – An Existential Game
I think this one speaks for itself.
Maybe it’s a really rigid blob?
A heartwarming story about my dog.
The Barber ERROR
A horror story.
And the really, really offensive one (seriously, it’s really bad and I’m a horrible person for posting it):
The Walking Dead Chemo
It is my sacred duty to resurrect this thread every few years.
Pffff…freakin’ hilarious. Laughed way harder than I probably should have.
Did he attempt to shave himself?
I don’t even want to know what the barber ERROR is. You can be sure it’s a very serious error, because it’s all in caps. If the barber says, “oops,” you’re about to have a very bad day. Or month. This one kind of writes itself if you think about it for a minute.
From the 2019 IFComp, which seemed to have a particular bumper crop of contrasts …
Pas De Crown Jewels
Extreme Omnivore: Time
Very Vile Fairy Orchestra
Stowaway at Hogwarts
For the Moon Never Spoons
On Devils and Details
“Largo al Factotum” is full of tongue-twisters. Singers learning that piece from “Barber of Seville” make lots of ERRORs.
A game about running around backstage, manipulating the environment in lots of wacky ways, to keep the primo uomo from flubbing his solo on opening night?