Published on Jan 26th, 2013 by

Twine! Twine! Twine.

I make some stuff in Twine. Here, I will be collecting my Twine games, along with links to some other cool Twine games. If you have made a Twine game or know of an awesome one that I haven’t already listed, please feel free to leave a comment/link. Would be especially great to hear from others who’ve made some. I will try and keep this post updated, because.


Simmons | Simmons Mobile - (use this one if on a mobile device obviously, or if the layout is broken for you)

Don’t Read The Comments | Don’t Read The Comments Super HD Probably Broken Edition - (this version was me trying a fancy layout. It looks great for me but apparently is broken on almost every other resolution/browser, so play at your peril)

Never Have I Ever - co-created with Feng Shui consultant to the stars Molly Carroll, who also did the art.

All The Dead Bones – A game I made about myself and trying to live with things. I still don’t know how I feel about having released it.

More to come.



Incomprehensible Casino Enforcer by Lana Polansky

Howling Dogs by Porpentine

Cyberqueen by Porpentine

More to come.



You should make a Twine game if you haven’t already. Porpentine has collected a bunch of resources here so I’d suggest bookmarking this page because it’s awesome and helpful. Start by reading Anna Anthropy’s guide first, and go from there.

Continue Reading


Published on Oct 3rd, 2012 by

Hello. I’m Ashton Raze. I’ve always loved the concept of interactive fiction. Text adventures. Fighting Fantasy. Those little plastic letters you stick on fridges. I first dabbled with writing my own interactive fiction two days ago, and ever since then I’ve been on a tireless crusade to promote the form, conducting seminars all over the world.

So here it is, my debut Twine game. It’s called Simmons. It’s a horror story. It’ll take you about 5-10 minutes to play through, and I would like it very much if you did.

[Simmons] | [Mobile Simmons]

You know what else? You should make your own Twine game. It’s very easy to get started. I used this excellent guide by Anna Anthropy, and I suggest you do the same.

Continue Reading