This was created for the 200th week of Thunderdome; and it is a return to the original prompt that launched it all. A Man Agonizes over his Potatoes.
The doorbell rang. It was the devil. They’d be wearing the clothes and body of the delivery guy, holding the pizza Gil had ordered twenty nine minutes ago. He came down the stairs in no particular hurry. This leg of the negotiation process was merely a formality, and the devil’s appearances had become commonplace. In the form of postal workers hand delivering bills, sickly birds on the windowsill in the process of leaving a mess, or pornographic performers suddenly addressing Gil by name during lonely midnight viewings, he and the devil had slowly circled an agreement.
Thunderdome: Aunt and Nephew
This week’s story read by Joe McHugh.
Listen to it here.
Read it after the break.
Twine Game: CHAOS CAVES
Submitted for part of the BIG CHAOS TWINE GAME JAM, I’ve made a somewhat honest and ambitious Twine work.
Suggested music would be this. By no means required, though.
Have fun, adventurer.
Thunderdome: Meet Cute Future
(This one’s prompt was “Sharp vision prevents rash decision”. I had a very clear idea of what I wanted out of this one, and I think I got halfway there. I’ll probably edit and expand on this one at some point. 746 words.)