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Recommended November 8
"One of our own games. Lead the revolt against a bloodthirsty empire! Will you liberate your homeland from the grip of the Hegemony, or see it consumed by anarchy?"
Recommended October 26
"One of our own games. What will you sacrifice when trapped in a haunted manor? Will you destroy this evil or claim its power? And can love bloom in a haunted house?"
Recommended October 18
"One of our own games. Lead a superpowered team of "Superlatives" to defend 19th-century Victorian London! Battle a Martian warship, clockwork monsters, and nefarious inventors."
Recommended October 18
"One of our own games. Multiple-choice swashbuckling naval adventure, in the spirit of C. S. Forester’s Hornblower or Patrick O’Brian’s Aubrey/Maturin books, with a dash of Jane Austen."
Recommended September 27
"One of our games. Will your monsters save the world, or destroy it? Telepathically train wild monsters to be vicious soldiers, royal pets, or something in-between!"
Recommended September 27
"From Hosted Games. While investigating a murder in a small Scottish town, you’ll find yourself embroiled in a world of secrets, cultists, and abyssal horror."
Recommended September 25
"One of our games. Knock things over. Take a nap. Enslave humanity. It's the biggest text-based cat simulator ever, over 600,000 words! They will give you belly rubs, or else."
Recommended September 13
"One of our games. Taking over the world? Welcome to the world's finest preparatory school for villains, where unimaginable evil begins with a world-class education!"
Recommended August 8
"From our friends at Choose Multiple. What if you could live your life over again?"
Recommended August 7
"One of our games. In London, 1729, before they had police, they had you: thief-takers, hunting criminals for cash! Fire a flintlock and sip gin in the age of powdered wigs."