When I read Invisible Cities, I felt like I could see myself in the descriptions of the cities, and also in Marco Polo. When I play Invisible Games, I feel like I have played all of these games. In both cases, I'm right but also wrong, and so this is very good.
In the Khan's garden, the topic moves on from the cities of Marco Polo to some of the games played within.
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"Every game I describe for you unravels more of myself to you."
I lack the language to describe exactly why this game is so successful at what it does. I suspect it has to do with the "implied game" you're meant to play, inferred from the context of being on a game site and so on.
This is the best Italo Calvino fanfiction Twine ever written.