Greetings, fellow mushroom enthusiast! If you're reading these words, it's because you too have decided to join the exciting and rewarding world of mushroom hunting. The Pamogo Forest is well known throughout the mycology world as the home to a stunning variety of unusal mushroom species, many found no where else on Earth. Of course, harvesting Pamogo mushrooms is strictly prohibited as the forest is a nature reserve, but we've assembled this book merely as a guide for the curious. It should in no way be construed as an endorsement of illegal mushroom harvesting. On the following pages, you'll find a wealth of information about some of the species of mushroom that you might encounter in the Pamogo Woods. Learn and enjoy!

Toadstools is a short hypertext horror game made in Twine.

Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
GenreInteractive Fiction
Made withTwine
TagsHorror, Twine


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Is there no way to get to Big John? I've tried everything...

Nope, there's only bad endings in this one!

Pretty impressive entry. The lore in this game just goes and goes and goes and goes. It grips you and leaves a stain of soil and sorrow.

Another great game to add to the list of "enviromental twines puzzlers?" You know, you are given an environment and must be sucesful doing some work, either escape this cursed forest, or kill some vampires at a McDonalds.

Very recommended.

Thanks for the kind words! :) Glad you enjoyed it!


Make browser playable, please?

Another request for this. I can't play it on my PC due to the clipped screen. Perhaps enable scroll bars and full screen please?




Sorry still having problems with text clipping so I can't continue. Could you please enable scroll bars?

I'm stuck too -- specifically, when reading the contents of the book, there's too much text to see the link at the bottom of the page and I can't continue. (Love what I've seen so far though! I think making it full screen will fix the problem?)

I'm having the same problem.

It is already full screen (for me at least), I think the issue, as Jacic said, is that "enable scrollbars" hasn't been checked.

Sorry about that, scroll should be enabled now!


Sorry about that, scroll should be enabled now!