Read and write interactive stories
A tiny utopia about coffee and tea.
An experiment with objects in Texture.
The storefront will just be a big window, the interior cloaked with dark, ornately patterned curtains. You'll have a neon sign, of course: "PAST PRESENT FUTURE."
Is it a date, or is it a date-date?
Fatigue is a symptom of depression. Please try to understand.
You're making a blanket out of old t-shirts, and some of them are bringing back memories...
After the Partnership with the offworlders takes place, many things on Earth get a lot easier. Parenting is not one of them. (Cover: Jonathan Wyke)
you came for a reason, to see another world that you live alongside, and one you wish to explore
based on a project of mapping the NYC aquarium
It's been a while since you hung out with Max, and he's always got interesting stories. (Cover: E.M. Smith)
playing with my food
The liberation is a short interactive story with several endings, dealing with politics, solitude, love and betrayal.
This is the English translation of the revised edition of "La libération".
Summer is over. It's time to go back. But first, I need to pack. A tiny utopia.
Choisis ta mort, camarade.
Life is dull - until now
An ENCHANTING tale, of love, devotion, sadness, betrayal, and most importantly... Spot™. JOIN US as we go on a 3-page journey where we will learn about ourselves and the greater world.
To my Sunshine.
This interactive text story simulates a first-appointment therapist interview with a family and child. Hover text to investigate patient statements further.
(Cover: Gavin McCarthy) You watch the city wake up from your rooftop perch.
You're at Burning Man, with six choices to make before the world goes white. Choose wisely. Or wildly. The dust storm won't care. (Cover: Trish Lamanna)