there aren't enough games about motorcycle gangs out there - this is my attempt at rectifying that. you are MOTORCYCLE MAN! gather up your boys and pull wheelies across the burnt out landscape of post-apocalyptic america.
had to make (my first!) twine game for a university class a couple of weeks ago, so thought i'd upload it. i kind of want to make a sequel but that'll only be truly viable when i figure out how to implement MGS V-style base management into twine. god bless
I started writing this before the finale but didn't get a chance to finish until like 5 hours after. Geez I'm slow. Anyway this is a quasi-remake of my old game, Tiny Cave. They don't have that much in common, though, they're only very similar in one branch. It's an Evil Dead/Evil Dead 2 situation. Anyway, it's got jokes, Gravity Falls references, and a very odd cameo appearance by a famous classic author, so try it out!
Another installment in SoftSoft's venerable "put the thingy into the other thingy" series. This one's an allegorical representation of Alex Hirsch, putting mystery into his kid's cartoon so that folks everywhere and everywhen could enjoy it. It's also the installment that took the longest to make, because I kept adding in these like "unique parser responses" and "Gravity Falls in-jokes". I may update later in the week with more, but for now, just enjoy it for what it is. Remember, you need an interpreter program like Gargoyle or Windows Frotz to play the Z-code file.
A WarioWare-style Twine-style recreation of Go West, with several passages removed out of necessity. Thanks for participating, Cycle!
There's also a Vine walkthrough in case you get stuck on one of the many tricky puzzles.
This year I decided to enter Ectocomp, a yearly Halloween competition hosted by someone in the IF community (yes, I know this overlaps with the IF Comp, I dunno either). You can read more about it here. I downloaded Twine and everything just for it too.
You are a Blob actually wasn't my first game idea (a choice-based adaption of "Jacked Up Jack-o-Lantern" from the Regular Show Trilogy of Terror 3), but an eight-year-old was getting cold feet about entering, so I vowed to make a game so crappy it would make everyone else's game shine like gold! Which turned out to be no small feat, because everyone and their mother entered a game (or two) this year, for a grand total of 24 entries. But I think I gave it a good run.
A lot went into this run of the sad d00d and I'd say a good 8 years of work is what is at exhibit here.. You have interactive fiction at.. Well, I don't know about its finest, but it's applicable. You're this d00d, and like he's sad... what do you do? There are at least 5 threads for each choice, and you have the opportunity to add to it...
Sad d00d could end up anywhere, there's so much missing here, so much that should be parsed, and yet it is all in tact and should stay on the side.
Being that the story has been mainly a collaboration of exchanges between me and the older ug, it is my honour to present it on ice, The Sad D00d. Paste discussion below as well, add if you're intrigued, and the visual aid is on the first few pages. Any more and I'd be giving spoilers. -BC_
SoftSoft's exciting new political adventure is finally here! I hope you American guys are going to vote, or have already voted, or are voting right now. (If the last one, please turn off your phone and get back to voting.)
A You-Have-to-Put-the-Noun-in-the-Other-Noun game for St. Pat's! Note that I couldn't be bothered to put a leprechaun in this; if that really bugs you for some reason pretend that the backstory for this game involves an epic quest to beat a leprechaun to the rainbow's end.
LOOSELY BASED on a REAL PERSON'S NEUROSES, NEUROSES is a VIDEO GAME about having NEUROSES and doing EVERYDAY TASKS.
Can you infiltrate SoftSoft's offices and find out what makes all their games so great? Find out in this new unlicensed adventure! Inspired by Healy! (Dear Healy: I am sorry.)