Concept: “Recently the staff has all been murdered by a patient gone rogue. That suits the King’s ends well enough.”
Content: Clever scenario, especially the conclusion
Writing: Disturbingly descriptive at times, humorously irreverent at others
Art/design: Adapts Nohr-esque style to express its “sterile” environment
Usability: Well organized by category, but involves some flipping/scrolling/shuffling
Content: A solo prison crawl.
Writing: Playful and interactive text which hooks you into the narrative with a tutorial that builds your character even as you begin your prison break.
Art/design: Characterful marginalia simultaneously enhance and age the text. Producing a draft like quality and encouraging both engagement and participation.
Usability: Designed to be printed and scribbled on. Break out your pen. Make a mess.
Content: Political assassination by ritual god-child sacrifice.
Writing: A surprising amount of depth for a tiny, burned village and the chase for an infant god.
Art/design: Divine blend of color, artful illustration, and navigable sidebar column layout.
Usability: Easier to use than murdering a god-baby.
Concept: “The streets of Schleswig are filled with empty husks … Fathmu IV has put a hefty bag of 200 silver to anyone who can put a stop to this.”
Content: Adventure hook and framework with a creative final boss
Writing: Sets the overall scenario and trajectory, and provides seeds for scenes along the journey
Art/design: Features a pretty bizarre illustration
Usability: Content is well-organized for linear use