The Life (and Deaths) of Doctor M is a surreal piece about a certain moral judgment, reminiscent of Tapestry. It’s on the longer side as comp games go, without actually being unfinishable; finishing ran me pretty much the full two hours.
Awake the Mighty Dread combines a surreal story about steampunky robots and floating palaces with a touch of the Frog Prince. Mostly story rather than puzzle.
Six is a game about a children’s birthday party in Australia. It’s pitched for beginners (perhaps including children). I estimate one playthrough took me around 45 minutes.
This started out as a response to a blog post by Francesco Cordella (here’s the version in the original Italian), but it got much too long for that context.
Death of Schlig is a comic science fiction pastiche — science fiction in the sense of Futurama, that is, not in the sense of Kim Stanley Robinson.
The Guardian is a fantasy story with very little puzzle content and lyrical writing, taking probably less than half an hour to play through completely. Feelies and music are included.