A thriller about the "invisible gang" ruling over Arbor City, a gang called Centipede: "We caught another one of them Centipede bastards. Not sure if it even matters. We catch one or two everyday, and they still show no signs of slowing down. It keeps on crawling, no matter how many legs we cut." I Was A Teenage Headless Experiment
Heresiarch CommandA weird sci-fi horror-thriller about one of the guinea pigs in an experiment to create a hive-mind entity amongst humans. One of the side effects was the test subjects being able to survive and still have a degree of individual sentience even after their craniums were removed. - A Funeral for Worms
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Wimpy Mc SquishyA touching story of family bonding (or a family outing gone wrong, depending on how you want to look at it). The loving father decides to take his kids fishing for the day. The children, however, upon discovering that the worms their father packed are intended as bait, demand that their father put on a funeral for the poor creatures. Hilarity Ensues, leading to a heartwarming climax. Locked In
The Harbinger of StrangeA psychological piece about a man who is both locked in and locked in, as in locked in a room. He is forced to contend with a double whammy of terror—not only is he completely paralyzed, he has no idea how he came to be in his current situation. He simply woke up in a sterile, featureless, pitch-dark room, totally immobile. The only thing tethering him to reality is the sensation of some bench or table pressed against his back. As the days tick by, he realizes there must be something feeding him intravenously to keep him alive. All the man can do to entertain himself is run endless circles in his mind about who has captured him and why, but the answers never come. The narrative becomes progressively less cohesive and sensible as the man's mind breaks down and his grip on reality loosens. Finally, he dies, and the perspective of the narrative shifts to some bizarre alien creature in a control/observational room just out of sight behind a wall. The omniscient narrator muses about the fact that the man's tormentor, and the answers to his dilemma, were literally not more than three feet from him the entire time. Fallen
Atop a skyscraper built from non-Euclidean blocks, the hero and the Dark Lord face off in the most epic game of Jenga in human history. The Mock Doctor
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An episode of Doctor Who in which the Master impersonates the Doctor. What Dreams May Come
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An experimental work that explores a set of characters through nothing but their nightly dreams, and trough those their hopes, fears and secrets. Thief: Deadly Shadows
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The time is now,The latest installment of the 'Thief' series of High Fantasy books. A dark wizard is animating people's shadows to have them commit assassinations. The eponymous 'Thief' must stop him. The Men who Stare at Goats
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Do the job in front of you.
The Harbinger of StrangeAnimals become intelligent and form a kind of Animal Farm-like society in which the different species each occupy a certain place in a hierarchy. Goats, and other farmyard animals, fill the role of spies due to their history of living in proximity to humans. A new Cold War begins in which humans and animals are both afraid the other means to declare open war. The story focuses on a team of human operatives assigned to track and keep surveillance on a group of goats. The goats meet regularly in secret locations and all signs point to them planning something big. In a hilarious twist, it turns out the goats are meeting to play cards. Killing Floor
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Razzin-Frazzin RobotA sentient floor that murders people. Super Mario Galaxy
A comedic story about a guy from America who ends up ruling an entire galaxy, focussing on the strangeness of the aliens native to the galaxy and his desperately inept attempts to live up to his new position. Imprint of Chaos
Heresiarch CommandAn action-horror hybrid about eldritch abominations from outside physical being scouring the real world itself for physical imprints left long ago, attempting to cause a cataclysmic mass extinction event. Endgame Rituals
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The story of the eponymous pre-match activities of the number one Redraze player, who is a firm believer in luck. Bodacious Space Pirates
I needed a new avatarTake [[Western Animation: The Pirates In An Adventure With Scientists]] and put it in space. Electric Dreams
Totally not planning to buy Ark Encounter.
I have to kill fast and BULLETS TOO SLOWA man dreams the secret to free energy while he is in a coma. He can't write it down or record it, and it drives him mad that he knows such great secrets. The Hands of Fate
"I don't think he'll sexily describe your donkey kong sorry" -kay4today
A schlock-horror centred around a haunted clock; whenever it strikes an hour while someone shares a house with it, someone within that house dies. Can the protagonists discover its the terrifying secret of how it kills, and stop it before it's too late? The Rocky Horror Picture Show
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A very old mockumentary of the craft of building golems. Awesome Reach
Heresiarch CommandA sitcom featuring Street Fighter character Dhalsim in everyday life with an emphasis on how just damn handy is elastic flesh is. Into the Innermost
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Dapper GentlemanA Journey to the Center of the Mind sort of story; a highly surreal work exploring the many strange layers of a character's pscyhe through metaphor. The Sign of Four
"And every life is a special story of its own." —The Stargazer, Mass Effect 3
It gazes into the stars... AND YOUR SOUL!The police try to track down a notorious serial killer known only as "Four". He leaves no signs of entry or exit, leaves no evidence, and cleans up after he's done, leaving a clean house with a cleaner corpse. If it were not four the position in which he laid the corpses- into, of course, a 4- there would be no evidence he did it. The only connection between the first victims is that they all were born and, consequently, died four days apart from each other. But then, members of the police department start getting bumped off, one by one… Glass Onion
What is mind? No matter. What is matter? Never mind!
Heresiarch CommandA sci-fi comedy novel about a highly advanced international space station with crippling hidden structural deficiencies, the increasingly bizarre encounters with communication-handicapped aliens which no one back on Earth believes, and the attempts to stop the whole thing from falling apart from the collective goofballing going on board. Devastation of the Silent Resistance
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Daniel Wycroft is the last of the espers, and thus it falls on him to continue their crusade against the world that destroyed them. However, Daniel knows that he cannot hope to win by force, and thus resorts to a "silent resistance"— basically, he will go into hiding, with his goal being able to pass on his genes and properly raise the next generation of espers. This is threatened by various things such as cocky non-believers on internet forums, a sneaky feline and the cute girl next door. The esper thing is also just a delusion. The Sly Company of People Who Care
A rare mix of a pseudo-psychological comedy musical about the goings on of an international think tank run by a megalomaniac with insanely nice hair who's watched Monsters, Inc. too many times for comfort. Flowers for Algernon
To the waking world I say,"Aha!"
A sweet romance about a very shy girl with a deep love for a boy — a close friend of hers — named Algernon. On every relevant noteworthy day — his birthday, Christmas, Valentine's day and one or two more — as well as any time that he's unhappy, worried or stressed, she leaves for him a little bouquet of flowers and a note telling him how wonderful he is and expressing support when called for. The plot then alternates between the two of them, she trying to keep her love a secret and he trying to discover the identity of the mysterious "secret admirer". He eventually spots her leaving the flowers; after a brief debate with himself he tells her that he knows that it's her, and after a brief and somewhat awkward conversation they start a romantic relationship. The epilogue jumps forwards two years to their wedding day. The Tempest
The Harbinger of Strange1812. There is a region of the ocean that is constantly rocked by violent storms and hurricanes, called the Tempest. The Tempest has been going on for hundreds or even thousands of years and has defied all attempts to measure or explain it. It has been a fixture in mariner's lore for as long as any sea-dog worth his salt can remember and the object of countless tales of fantasy. Some claim that at the centre of the Tempest is an island where untold fortunes can be found. Others say it's the nest of a monster, or the tantrum of an angry sea god. There have been many attempts to sail through the Tempest over the years, all of them failures, leaving few to no survivors. But there's one sailor who's determined to succeed where others have failed... Shadow of Chernobyl
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