Treasure Box is a pleasant, strange game that mixes puzzles with inventive, whimsical design. It feels a bit like Terry Gilliam's animations. Rules are usually implicit, and, like many games now, are learned by exploring the image- and sound-scape. Despite the opening text, there isn't really any unfolding narrative, and the ending disappoints, but the entire play is well worth the game.
"Floppy" is a new story from Digital Fiction. It's cast as found digital documents, related to "I found a digital camera..., and contains lexia outlining the story of a man living next door to an abusive couple. Materials are mostly text, along with several images and a low-key semi-industrial soundtrack.
Perhaps I should create a category of new media experimental storytelling forms.