Dan Efran’s Computer Games
I’ve written a few computer games, mostly short adventures. You can play them for free, online, right now!
Click to switch which train is faster. Don’t let them collide!
Ka is an old-school text adventure.
For a Pharaoh, death is only the beginning….
My entry in JayIsGames.com’s Casual Gameplay Design Competition #7.
The Sand Boxes is a Flash point-and-click adventure.
These puzzle boxes are unusually sophisticated for Inca artifacts….
My entry in JayIsGames.com’s Casual Gameplay Design Competition #8.
Hall of Heads is interactive fiction based on a They Might Be Giants song.
Please don’t try to leave…
My “track” of Apollo 18+20, an Interactive Fiction “tribute album” homage to They Might Be Giants’ delightfully surreal Apollo 18.
Hadron the Uniter is a no-button Flash game created for the Ludum Dare 26 Game Jam (with the theme of “Minimalism”).
Watch out for those negatrons!
You are a mysterious field that can attract subatomic particles together in small groups, thereby synthesizing atoms of various elements. Making Hydrogen one atom at a time isn’t too hard, but there’s so much antimatter about, even Helium is a challenge. Can you capture the components of a Lithium atom? Beryllium? Something even more complex? (Probably not, because the game balance isn’t that great: there really is too much antimatter. Li, at least, is achievable.)