Walkthrough for Indigo: http://plover.net/~davidw/sol/i/indig11.html
Walkthrough for The Bean Stalker: http://plover.net/~davidw/sol/b/beans18.html
Hi everyone! I have three more free walkthroughs for you today, and for three tiny games that I found amusing, fun, and interesting.
First off, there's Mhairie Sioux Escrivain and the Dracula of Hogwarts by Roger Carbol in 2016. This fanfic parody is set in the world of Harry Potter and the tongue is set firmly in cheek. It's rather on rails, impossible to lose, more story than game, and I enjoyed it rather a lot.
Second, there's Indigo by Emily Short in 2011, and unusually for this author, it's written in TADS 3. This is game is based on the story on Rapunzel and is part of her series of Fractured Fairy Tales which also includes Bronze, Glass, and Alabaster. If you like Indigo's mechanic of taking properties from things and putting them onto other things, you might also want to check out PataNoir by Simon Christiansen or my own game, Four Days of Summer, which uses a similar mechanic to Indigo's.
Thirdly, we have The Bean Stalker by Jack Welch in 2018. This one's written in ZIL, is based on the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, and is also a political satire! It's a fun little story. Please play and enjoy it.