Alco’s Infinity

Alco's Infinity is a piece of interactive fiction, written using the open-source interactive fiction engine Twine. It is listed in the Interactive Fiction Database. It is a science fiction adventure that features multiple choices which affect which scenes and dialogue you encounter, as well as the final ending. Explore a futuristic universe where Alco and … Continue reading Alco’s Infinity

The Ocean

                The endless ocean pulsed its thick blue waves in a soft, cadenced rhythm, colliding violently into the shore below with a satisfying boosh. Like a metronome, each swing of the tide was perfectly and accurately measured: each crest uniform to the last, and each swing of the wave in impeccable meter. This massive ocean, … Continue reading The Ocean


>user_id: >d_307509 >user_password: >********* >enter_command: >log >select_log: >1.CAM_1_LOG_678569 >2.CAM_2_LOG_342295 >3.CAM_3_LOG_242843 >4.CAM_4_LOG_724582 >5.CAM_5_LOG_445826 >6.CAM_6_LOG_091831 >7.CAM_7_LOG_579432 >8.CAM_8_LOG_789234 >9.CAM_9_LOG_120935 >3 >loading_audio_transmission... >unknown_voice: hold the door...\unreadable\...okay in here alright hold it...\unreadable\...thanks hold this i need to figure this out...\unreadable\...yeah its some sort of pattern i think if i...\unreadable\...alright that should do it...\unreadable\...yeah, did you hear that click push it … Continue reading CAM_3_LOG

The Manuscript

                Dex opened his eyes to a light-blue blur. The hydrotank slowly drained, sensing his consciousness, and he felt the cool gel-like liquid drain into the floor beneath the tank. He slowly tried to shake himself off and wake up a little more as the tank took its time. Finally, it drained, and Dex was … Continue reading The Manuscript

Panic Attack

            “I don’t know what to do,” he said. His face in his hands, he turned away from the moment. He tried to think about anything else. He tried to breathe. He tried to focus. But he felt like he was drowning.             “Breathe, breathe, breathe,” she encouraged him. But he was already trying. Something deep inside … Continue reading Panic Attack


               The man knelt in the dust, placing one arm on his bent knee. With his other hand, he felt the smooth and grainy dust on the ground with a gloved hand, making an indented line. He paused for a moment, thinking, and looked up at the stars through his fiberglass helmet, his hand still hesitating … Continue reading Rav


            Yare slowly dragged the whetstone across his blade. Nara, tired from the journey, was slumped across a large root, her body heaving with her deep breaths. Yare knew his sword sharpening didn’t disturb her sleep—she had become used to the sound over the many years of traveling together. Even so, Yare tried to angle the … Continue reading Campfire

The House

Dre walked inside the old, decaying house.             It was abandoned by a family who moved away years ago. It hadn’t been touched since. The house had succumbed to nature in its age; vines held the house down on its foundation, and animals had gnawed holes in the walls. But the door for humans was … Continue reading The House