A Comedy of Error Messages is Wodehouse-style comedy — social comedy, romantic entanglements, plenty of misunderstandings — only reimagined for a world where Jeeves is a computer.
Cursed is an epic fantasy story. It’s substantial, on the longer side of comp games, with several possible paths through the narrative.
How Suzy Got Her Powers is a super-brief origin story for a super hero.
The Myothian Falcon is a neo-noir detective story set in “New Chicago” on a distant planet some centuries in the future. It is long — I didn’t complete it in the two hours available, or even really come close, judging from the walkthrough.
Ted Paladin And The Case Of The Abandoned House is a short puzzle game that turns on the conceit that the environment is a not-quite-correctly-implemented text adventure setting. There are multiple locations, but in conception and scope it’s not terribly far from an escape-the-room game.
Return to Camelot is a fantasy pastiche game loosely combining hardboiled detective tropes with Arthurian characters. It’s fairly sizable, and I ran out of time before completing it (though others might not).