Spend All of Jeff Bezos’ Money In This Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Game
'You Are Jeff Bezos' puts the wealth of the world's richest into dizzying perspective as you try to spend every penny.
A Love Letter to Your Favorite Fake PS1 Game
Sophia Park and Penelope Evans’ ‘Arc Symphony’ is a faithful recreation of the most earnest RPG-loving community you ever made fanfic for.
Have a Chat With Dying Gods in ‘Forgotten’
Mythology is more fun when it leaves tiny gaps for the imagination to fill.
Do It Yourself
I’m Making My First Video Game, and It’s Both Terrifying and Truly Lovely
My code keeps breaking. Errors flash up on my screen, tiny red exclamation marks freaking me out. What did I do, and how do I fix it?
Remembering 'Portal,' Activision's Interactive Novel
Back in 1986, Activision published interactive fiction not unlike Twine games.
Vesp: A History of Sapphic Scaphism
Presenting Terraform's first original piece of interactive fiction, an atmospheric head-trip that must be played rather than read.
Porpentine Charity Heartscape
A Twitter Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Game That Tells Its Story in GIFs
Spoiler: you win by running away from confrontation and sitting down to pee.
This AI Creates Interactive Fiction by Reading Other People's Stories
One day, all that internet fan fiction could be put to good use.
What's a Twine Game? Let 'Videogames for Humans' Show You
A new book puts some of gaming's most interesting, innovative and exciting narrative experiences under the spotlight.
Play 'Beautiful Frog,' the Latest Choose Your Own Adventure from Porpentine
"One of the happiest Twine games ever."
The Games That Are Too Underground to Be Indie
When games are too experimental or offbeat to be "indie" or "AAA."
This Anthology of Short Sci-Fi Video Games Is Too Weird for the Mainstream
Zoe Quinn and Alex Lifschitz give small games power in numbers.