I’m making a list of all the games published by CoG/HC/HG that are either adaptations of non-interactive works or set in the same fictional reality. Pastiches and games based on RPGs won’t be listed here. All games are written by the same author as the book they adapt/expand unless otherwise specified.
Additions and/or corrections to this list are welcome!
All-World Pro Wrestling
An adaptation of Rowdy Armstrong 2: Pro Wrestling Rookie, the second of two novels in the “Rowdy Armstrong” series.
Attack of the Clockwork Army
Set in the world of the “Antipodean Queen” trilogy, simultaneous to the events of the third book.
Choice of the Deathless
Deathless: The City’s Thirst
Set in the world of the Craft Sequence. The City’s Thirst takes place before the events of the series, while Choice of the Deathless takes place between the events of Last First Snow and Two Serpents Rise.
The Courting of Miss Bennet
An adaptation of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.
The Daring Mermaid Expedition
Shares setting and characters with The Daring Adventures of Captain Lucy Smokeheart.
An adaptation of the novel of the same name. The novel has a sequel called Bait.
The Dragon and the Djinn
Loosely based on the folk tale “Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp”
Faerie’s Bargain: The Price of Business
Shares setting and characters with novella War of the Roses.
Fog of War: The Battle for Cerberus
Bennett R. Coles
Set in the world of the “Virtues of War” trilogy.
Light Years Apart
An adaptation of the novel Sentient Domain.
A Midsummer Night’s Choice
An adaptation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and other works by William Shakespeare.
NE by NW Oz
Ron Hadley, Jr.
Set in the world of the Oz series by L. Frank Baum.
An Odyssey: Echoes of War
An adaptation of The Odyssey by Homer.
The Road to Canterbury
An adaptation of The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer.
The Saga of Oedipus Rex
An adaptation of Oedipus Rex by Sophocles.
Way Walkers: University
Way Walkers: University 2
Set in the world of the Tazu Saga, prior to the events of that series.
Welcome to Moreytown
S. Andrew Swann
Set in the world of the Moreau Quartet.