2016-07-12 · 10 minutes

Story: Stewart C Baker
Art: Paul Otteni

The message orbs carry ancient secrets across the sea, so why does the one that Fatima finds seem to be recording?

Cause and effect aren't always guaranteed.

10+ min - Milli / Multiple / Sci-Fi / Text-Based

2016-05-31 · 10 minutes

Story: E. Lily Yu

A perfectly ordinary day.

Birds and other bright things.

10+ min - Milli / Duration / Fantasy / Multiple / Text-Based

2016-05-03 · 10 minutes

Story: M. Darusha Wehm

There’s a way out — if you can see it.

A low-level office worker learns that there might be more opportunities for advancement than she once thought — but at what cost?

10+ min - Milli / Multiple / Sci-Fi

2016-04-12 · 5 minutes

Story: Penny Stirling

Can calcific amatonormativity be cured?

An aromantic student struggles with stone and friendship.

05+ min - Micro / All Ages / Fantasy / Text-Based

2016-03-29 · 10 minutes

Story: Hannah Powell-Smith

They would call what you did heresy.

No one knows you swallowed the power of a god, but it will break you apart.

10+ min - Milli / All Ages / Fantasy / Text-Based

2016-03-01 · 10 minutes

Story: Lisa Shininger

What ever went wrong on a Monday?

A cash-strapped lunar colonist struggles to get through another day of faceless corporate drudgery.

10+ min - Milli / All Ages / Multiple / Sci-Fi / Text-Based

 

2016-02-16 · 10 minutes

Story: Andrew Plotkin

The window is closed.

A small interactive environment.

10+ min - Milli / Multiple / Mystery / Text-Based

 

2016-02-02 · 5 minutes

Story: Aidan Doyle
Art: Aidan Doyle

Words have power.

A robot is sent to deal with an outbreak of poetry in Tokyo.

05+ min - Micro / Sci-Fi / Single / Text-Based

2016-01-05 · 15 minutes

Story: Chandler Groover
Art: Tsukioka Yoshitoshi

One does not disobey the emperor.

A samurai explores a haunted shrine.

10+ min - Milli / Horror / Text-Based

2016-01-19 · 10 minutes

Story: Cat Manning
Art: Kerstin Hall

A young woman is stalked by a deadly creature intent on devouring either her body or her memories.

At the end of the world, something's coming for you.

10+ min - Milli / Multiple / Sci-Fi / Text-Based

 

2015-12-01 · 10 minutes

Story: Bruno Dias

Don’t look back.

A man heads into hell to seek out his lost lover; there he has to decide how much of himself to leave behind.

10+ min - Milli / Fantasy / Multiple / Text-Based

2015-12-08 · 15 minutes

Story: Caleb Wilson

Be a dear, lieutenant: fix me a drink.

The last two officers of a tropical colonial outpost wait for evacuation.

10+ min - Milli / Horror / Multiple / Text-Based

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The Works of Rybread Celsius: A Critical (Re)Assessment

March 25th, 2016 by

“I think that one day Rybread is going to successfully get what’s churning around in his mind written & compiled and present us with an absolutely stellar adventure game. And after giving us three weeks to play it, I predict he’ll then blow up the earth.” –Robb Sherwin on L.U.D.I.T.E.   When I first became […]

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Interviews

Darusha M. Wehm

Author Interview: M. Darusha Wehm

May 24th, 2016 by

Darusha Wehm is originally from Canada, but currently lives in Wellington, New Zealand after spending the past several years sailing around the Pacific. As M. Darusha Wehm she’s published five science fiction novels and many short stories. Without the M. she writes mainstream fiction. Find out more at http://darusha.ca. This interview was conducted via email. […]

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Tutorials

Behind the Scenes Prospero sub-Q Bruno Dias

Behind the Scenes: Prospero

September 17th, 2015 by

“Prospero”, which sub-Q published earlier this week, was written using a relatively new tool called Raconteur. Raconteur is a library of tools that wraps and extends Undum, an engine for writing choice-based and cybertext interactive fiction using plain JavaScript. Raconteur supplies a toolchain and CoffeeScript-targeted API for Undum, which is meant to hugely accelerate the process […]

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