Medieval setting


The Prince sits awkwardly on the couch, holding his glass slipper and trying to keep it from crushing. Lucinda and Theodora have the ends of the same couch, and they are taking turns seeing who can bend lowest and show off the most cleavage; while the old lady, in her wing chair, carries on about nonsense...


You wake to stillness. The hammering, banging, and shouting that kept you awake half the night are gone. The air is cold, and something smells burnt. Your master's experiments must be finished, but with what result?

The Windhall Chronicles, Volume 1: The Path to Fortune

The first part of a series-in-progress, set in a D&D-style world. As Aerin, apprentice to the town of Windhall's smith, you are chosen to relieve the town's financial woes by seeking a lost dragon's hoard. A nice game, with lots of text - few objects are left undescribed. Some monster-slaying is involved, but no randomized combat. The characters are the best part of this game; be sure to ask everyone about everyone else. Has a more-than-adequate time limit and numerous time-based puzzles, a day/night cycle, sleep, riddles, and a maze with a rather subtle key.


When the seventh day comes and it is time for you to return to the castle in the forest, your sisters cling to your sleeves.

Bronze is a new take on the "Beauty and the Beast" tale, especially geared towards the novice player.