50 Best Fiction games

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The best 50 Fiction games daily generated by our specialised A.I. comparing over 40 000 video games across all platforms for Android, IOS (iPhone / iPad), PS4 (Playstation 4), Xbox One, Switch, PC Windows, Mac OS, Linux and 3DS. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list.

The latest addition in this selection are Trinity released the 30 August 2018 and ranked #19, Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind released the 28 June 2018 and ranked #8, Papa Louie Pals released the 22 June 2018 and ranked #16.

2# Galax - 2016

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This game was classified by the community with the following category scores - Violence=1/3, Sex=0/3, Mature Content=0/3. Galax-e-mail has you delivering e-mails by controlling a squad of spaceships battling its way through galaxies of increasing difficulty. You have powerups, multiple weapons and multiple ship types at your disposal. There will be explosions. There will be fast-paced battles between flocks of fighters. Join the fray and deliver some e-mail!

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4# Sorcery! 3 - 2015

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The games are based on Steve Jackson's Sorcery!, a four-part series of fighting fantasy gamebook novels. The game is a text-based fantasy quest based on Steve Jacksons choose-your-own-adventure novels. The game incorporates visual and interactive elements not present in the gamebooks. The games contain expanded content vis--vis the original gamebooks.

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7# Sorcery! 4 - 2016

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+ New enemies, including mutants, guards, merchants and the undead - each with their own strengths and weaknesses + Adapted from the best-selling gamebook series by legendary game designer Steve Jackson + Swindlestones is back! The game of bluff and deceit is back, with the toughest opponents yet - the Gambling Monks of Effe + Seven Gods, all with different quirks and powers + Start your adventure here, or load your character and all your choices from Part 3 + New music from "80 Days" composer Laurence Chapman

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8# Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind - 2018

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The spiritual successor to King of Dragon Pass, Six Ages combines interactive stories and turn-based strategy. Its set in Glorantha (the world of the games RuneQuest, HeroQuest, and 13th Age), where the laws of physics are subordinate to the whims of the gods and spirits. From the incredible music, painting worthy art, engrossing lore, to the exciting warfare system, everything that you all have done to the Six Ages has completely blown me away.

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9# Full of Stars - 2017

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You'll need to lead them through dark and unknown parts of the galaxy, remnants of long-dead galactic empires, and sectors overrun by alien life forms. * Wildly intuitive mechanics of an arcade game with a gut wrenching story, where every choice matters. * High replayability inspired by rogue-like games, with branching world exploration and random encounters to make each of your many playthroughs a unique experience.

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10# Voyageur - 2017

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Assemble a crew of misfits to travel with you on your one-way trip to sail on seas of liquid methane, descend into the clouds of heavy-atmosphere worlds, and unveil the secrets of the alien life that created the Device. Voyageur's world is full of diverse cultures and societies, inspired by contemporary science fiction authors such as Iain Banks, NK Jemisin, Ann Leckie, and Cixin Liu.

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11# One Button Travel - 2015

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To cut a long story short, If you like interactive fiction, just go buy this one. One Button Travel is a gripping journey to a mysterious future exploring social questions not unlike those we face today. At 55000 words, it is a true interactive novel, with branching story-lines and decisions that shape the player's destiny.

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12# One Eyed Kutkh - 2017

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- An atmosrheric 2D point & click indie adventure game - The unique graphic style - A mix of fiction and fairy tales of the Far North - Two playable characters - Explore the World Tree - The game tells its story through the action - Interesting and simple puzzles for everyone: from child to elder One Eye Kutkh is an experimental project, something in between video game, theatrical performance and an animated film. The challenge of the game lies not within obstacles that prevent the player from moving forward, but within the possibility to see the world through the eyes of his heroes.

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14# Laytons Mystery Journey - 2017

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Full of ingenious challenges, charming characters and clever plot twists, the latest Layton instalment will prove to you beyond a shadow of doubt that the truth IS stranger than fiction! Daily puzzles delivered directly to your mobile device New cast of characters (and some favourites from the past) High-quality, visually rich gaming experience Customizable costumes and room dcor Additional minigames Offline play after initial download

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15# Buried - Interactive Story - 2016

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Buried is a playable, interactive story told through stunning photos, a haunting soundscape, and gripping text. When he awakens to find his friends missing and no memory of what's happened, he begins searching, uncovering something that should have stayed hidden... Make choices that affect the plot: how to approach danger, who to trust, and who lives or dies.

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16# Papa Louie Pals - 2018

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Switch to the clothing section at any time to choose from hundreds of unique shirts, pants, skirts, jackets, hats, and accessories for your Pal, and change the colors of each item to create an amazing outfit. Choose from a wild assortment of poses for each character, and change their facial expressions to match their mood.

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17# Vampire: Prelude - 2017

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Experience a brand new interactive fiction, written and illustrated by award- winning author Zak Sabbath and Sarah Horrocks. Told entirely from a mobile messaging perspective, the story is a sharp, mature and often terrifying submersion into your first nights as unwilling predator and prey.

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20# Lifeline - 2015

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Lifeline is a text-based adventure game. The main character's space ship crashed and it is up to the player to help the character survive and escape the unknown planet by using text message conversations.

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21# Somewhere: The Vault Papers - 2018

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She reaches out to you via text message, and your job is to guide her through a series of challenges and situations to help her investigate and...stay alive! Search clues on the Web, face random events, help her find her way using navigation apps, but beware, your choices will have consequences! Reach one of the different endings and then you'll be able to jump back to earlier points in the story, see what happens when you make a different choice, and explore different paths.

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22# Harmonium - 2018

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Discover the story of this point’n click and lead your town towards a better future! You’ll guide the town of Harmonium Point to a yet unbuilt future after a great war that ravaged the world. React to numerous events that punctuate the life of this town and build relationships with the other citizens!

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23# The New Girl - 2018

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How does it feel to be the one to accept and confess your feelings towards the oner person, instead the other way around? Yoshida Kaito, the most popular guy in his school, is about to know just that...

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24# Anchorhead - 2018

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You take a deep breath of salty air as the first raindrops begin to spatter the pavement, and the swollen, slate-colored clouds that blanket the sky mutter ominous portents amongst themselves over the little coastal town of Anchorhead.

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