Wikipedia: The Text Adventure by Kevan Davis turns Wikipedia’s data into a pixelated game that you navigate through typed directions.
In Nashra Balagamwala’s board game, players are teenage girls pursued by an aunty who wants to marry them to any boy she can locate.
The League of Lonely Geologists is a game of finding rocks, sharing them with strangers, and hurling them into a mysterious space portal.
Hidden Folks is a hand-drawn game of discovery by Adriaan de Jongh and Sylvain Tegroeg where you find hidden people and objects in an illustrated world.
Liyla and the Shadows of War is a game set during the 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict, in which you attempt to protect a young girl through the raging battle.
In the game The Founder, you build the most disruptive, innovative, synergized startup in the world, but your success destroys the planet in the process.
“Scéal” is a game on a ghost’s journey that unfolds like a storybook, its painting-like animation inspired by Irish folklore.
Carl Burton’s “Islands: Non-Places” is an interactive exploration into the strangeness of the mass-produced modern world.
Teku Studios spent four years hand-painting a watercolor world for their game Candle, in which players decode puzzles through clues embedded in the art.
In 1909, Pamela Colman Smith collaborated with occultist A. E. Waite on the most popular tarot deck of the 20th century.
Only three fluent speakers of Marra remain. ‘My Grandmother’s Lingo’ is an interactive animation that asks users to speak words from this endangered Aboriginal language.
A competition challenged developers to reinterpret a biography of the “master builder” as interactive experiences.