It’s the summer of 1985. School ended last week and summer vacation has begun. It’s a time to create new memories and hang out with your friends … since this may be your last summer with them. Times are tough. Most people in your neighborhood, mockingly dubbed “Backwater,” are behind on their house payments and a large development group has convinced the bank to foreclose... [click here for more]
It’s the American bicentennial—Fourth of July, 1976. The residents of Hollywood, Florida are preparing for a night of fireworks and friends.
A band of kids are playing in the water near the city’s boardwalk. Without warning, a riptide clamps down and drags a handful out toward the ocean at an incredible speed. They yell and scream for help, but it’s too late.
That evening,... [click here for more]
You can't tell them where you're going. You can't tell them when you're getting back. But you can tell them what to do if you don't come home.
Every airdrop against a moonless night promises intrigue, another chance to own the field - or die trying. You're a veteran of the global espionage scene, but how are you when the bullets start flying so fast you can't count them anymore?... [click here for more]
A small band of kids and a friendly little robot with a dangerous secret. A girl hears a young boy’s voice on the radio asking for help and convinces her teacher to assist in tracking him down. The players of the school soccer team find an oversized egg during practice and hide it behind the bleachers, where it starts to hatch.
Home by Dark is a story game inspired by films and series like... [click here for more]
Welcome to the small town of Surrey, Massachusetts. It’s a little community with less than 3000 people. Most people leave the town for college and never return. Surrey’s lasting population is made up of everyone else—those who never left.
It’s the fall of 1987, a beautiful time of year in Surrey. The leaves change color, and the air has a little nip on it. This year feels... [click here for more]
It’s the fall of 1954. Senator Joseph McCarthy preaches the dangers of the Red Menace. The space race is at full speed, and every student is learning to “duck and cover” to protect themselves from nuclear annihilation.
Last night, an electrical storm shook the quiet New England town of Pawdalucet (paw-duh-LOO-kit). Television and radio sets lost their reception. Locals claimed to... [click here for more]