Murderland Games

October 9, 2008

Here’s a list of the games created for my week-long Murderland contest. If you wrote a game and it isn’t up here, let me know, because these are the ones I’m going to read, comment on, and potentially play to determine a winner. Note that you have a while to finish, if you’re still working, since the contest will go on as long as it’s still Friday somewhere in the world. I probably won’t get around to reading them until Sunday.

01. Joe McDonald – The Crows Danced Against It
02. Jared A. Sorensen – Twa Corbies
03. Matthijs Holter – We Eat Murder
04. Vincent Baker – Gathering [unsubmitted]
05. Simon Pettersson – A Murder of Four
06. Jesse Burneko – The Extraordinarily Horrible Children of Raven’s Hollow
07. Daniel Yokomizo – Murderland Road
08. Ara Kooser – Raven: Murder in a Faraway Land
09. Sean Musgrave – Murderland: Descent of the Raven Queen [eaten]
10. Mike Sands – The Wisdom of Ravens
11. Mike Sugarbaker – Moving to Murderland
12. Tomas HV Mørkrid – Raven: Claw and Beak
13. Sage LaTorra – Consider the Ravens
14. Filip Łuszczyk – A Conspiracy of Ravens
15. Jason Morningstar – Bodymore Murdaland
16. Marshall Burns – Crow’s Hoard
17. Josh Roby – Quoth the Raven
18. Christopher Weeks – Crow’s-Feet
19. [Not] Ben Lehman – The Raven Story Game
20. Mark Villianatos – Carrion
21. Danny Ozbot – If a Raven Calls Your Name
22. Jason Dettman – Murderland
23. Ben Wray – Murderland: Quest for the Sphinx of Quartz
24. Dave Cleaver – Three Ravens
25. Logos Seven – Thought and Memory
26. Stephen Bretall – Murderland Bites!
27. Simon Brake – One for Sorrow
28. David Donachie – A Parliament of Rooks
29. David Wendt – Raven, Wolf, and Cow: Tales from the Murderland Cafe
30. Elizabeth Shoemaker – Murderland [emailed]
31. Mo Turkington – Crow
32. Nathan Paoletta – Witness the Murder of Your Father and Be Ashamed, Young Prince
33. Eero Tuovinen – Valravnar for Ásagrimmr
34. Adam Dray – Crow: Space Scavengers
35. Jackson Tegu – Life Histories of North American Scavenging Birds Including the Crow
36. John Kantor – The Crows: Murderland

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