Before anyone asks, no, Twine isn't the ball of Twine, it's the programme I use to write and create choose-your-own adventures. Are they games? Not by my definition, because at best mine are like a slightly more interactive novel. But the purpose of these things is to do a bit of world-building, maybe tease a project or two of mine. These fall into two categories: a companion piece to the fanfiction I write; or the story-writing contests I host on a forum. These Twine games, however, I make public, so that people can suffer through my creations.
So, without further ado, I present - my Twine Repository, if the site name didn't give it away enough. I've also categorised them accordingly, so it shouldn't be any problems looking for the ones you want to play.