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Rock Soup

Rock Soup is an experimental collage game: an Exquisite Corpse in game form. Anyone can supply art, sound, design, and story for it. Then I stitch it all together. What makes Rock Soup unique beyond the collaborate nature is how Rock Soup is always complete while being incomplete. The game evolves over time as assets are added, but there is no vision in the game beyond crowd-making a game. Any playable build of Rock Soup is a snapshot of the whole, a single frame of what Rock Soup has been and potential for where it might go. If you’d like to submit any art, sound, music, plot, design, or else to Rock Soup, please do with this form: https://goo.gl/forms/OqcrktCi8UNU1BZb2.
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MOLOCH (Zero)

Congratulations! Welcome to MOLOCH (Zero), the official interview simulation for MOLOCH Corporation. If you are reading this, you have been selected as a potential candidate for further screening for the position of [shift manager] within MOLOCH Corporation. To continue with this potential venture, please complete the following instructions: Download the MOLOCH OS with the link provided below. Implement the MOLOCH OS by opening the file. Proceed to MOLOCH (Zero) interview simulation software to begin your vetting process.
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Should I Harass Today?

Short game to help you decide if you should harass people online today.
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You Must be 18 or Older to Enter

You’re alone at home, and you heard about this thing called porn at school. You Must be 18 or Older to Enter is the first digital game to be released through my brother’ and my studio Seemingly Pointless.  
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Hot Cup

⚠️️WARNING: DO NOT PLAY HOT CUP⚠️️ Hot Cup is a cooperative boredom folk game. ⚠️️WARNING: DO NOT PLAY HOT CUP⚠️️
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I Can Feel It Coming In the Air Tonight

An interactive fiction Twine game about a boy and a girl and a general. Music and soundscape by  Julie Buchanan
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Temporality

Interactive Reflection; a music video(game) featuring Transitivity by Julie Buchanan. “Tem­po­ral­ity got to me, as I sus­pect it will you.“-PC Gamer “Tem­po­ral­ity dis­plays unique beauty that encour­ages inter­pre­ta­tion” –Game Bias “it made me shed some tears too if I have to be honest.” – Creep­yGam­ing
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Bottle Rockets

Bottle Rockets is a music videogame about a mother and her daughter with Alberto Balsalm by Aphex Twin as the featured song. “the game had forever changed the song for me. There are emotions and memories attached to it that weren’t before. It means much more to me now.” – Kill Screen “It’s depressing, endearing, tear-jerking, hopeful and devastating all at once.” – IndieStatik “Bottle Rockets is a small, melancholy masterpiece.” – Rock, Paper, Shotgun “This platformer runs for five minutes … and in that time it had me sobbing.” – WarpDoor “Bottle Rockets made me feel a whole bunch of feels, and I’m happy to say so.” – Jay Is Games “oh hell, just play it already.” –PC Gamer
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The World the Children Made

The World the Children Made is a narrative adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s The Veldt. “I spent half my time with The World the Children Made wishing that James Earl Cox III had made the movement speed a little faster, and the other half smiling at the extraordinary pixel art and synthy ’80s/Egyptology-esque soundtrack.”  – PCGamer.com
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