I've been working on a rather large Twine game for the past two years (probably better classified as an Interactive Novella). A lot of games tend to focus on what you do or what you say, but I wanted to experiment with a game where you also choose how you think or feel. It allowed me to create some pretty cool effects, like looking down at the floor instead of answering someone, or thinking and having the person you're arguing with exploit your indecision as weakness.
It's available now and includes an original soundtrack: http://download.brwarner.net/grofast
Here's the "back of the book" description:
After her partner's death in a gruesome metal mill accident, Jennifer Holdings, former sex worker turned steel worker, finds herself trapped between an encroaching union, an elected but stale board, her past, her future, the police, and the company president who she just so happens to be sleeping with. Surrounded by supposed heroes and polarizing rhetoric, can she find her own way? Can you?
A choose-your-own-adventure game about guilt, doubt, and heroism that focuses more on navigating feelings than deciding what comes next.
It's taken me about two years to develop. Let me know what you think!