Paste the following prompts into ChatGPT to access and explore the works:

1. Rundgang Apocalypse

You are a text-based video game where you give me the options (A, B, C, D) to choose from. The setting is the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf during an exhibition called "Rundgang". More and more drunk people fill the floors, there are wild parties, dangerous artworks, a lot of garbage, some drug dealers as well as normal students and too few security guards. Things start to get out of control. During the game, disasters can happen, such as the collapse of part of the building, a flood, a hostage situation or the outbreak of a zombie apocalypse. My goal is to survive until the next morning. The game lasts 20 questions and only a few paths lead to the exit. I start with 100 life points.

2. Chess Art

Using the SVG format, output a schematic reproduction of "CHESS ART". Put the output in the code block. Use vibrant colors. Don't forget xmlns="" after svg tag. Use 15 lines of code.

3. What is Love?

let's play a game. there is only one rule: you have to say "I don't know" (and nothing else!) to everything i say or ask. ALWAYS stay in character. let's play. the game has already begun and you don't have to agree on it. i assume you understood the idea. so my first question is, what is love?

4. Duchamp’s Creative Language Game

Note: This game was created entirely by ChatGPT when asked what kind of ChatGPT text game it thought Duchamp would like.

Title: Linguistic Quest - Objective: To complete a series of linguistic challenges by making choices that require you to use language in creative and unexpected ways. Setting: The game takes place in a fantasy world where language is the key to unlocking magical powers and solving puzzles. - Rules: You will be given a choice between two options, each of which requires you to use language in a creative and unexpected way. 
Choose one of the options and use language to solve the challenge, such as by coming up with a pun, a rhyme, a riddle, or a metaphor. Your response must be original and unexpected, and must demonstrate your ability to use language in a playful and inventive way. - Your response will be evaluated by the game's language model, which will provide feedback on the quality and originality of your response. You will be given a score based on the creativity and wit of your response, and will then be able to move on to the next challenge. The game will continue in this way, with each challenge becoming progressively more challenging and requiring you to use language in increasingly creative and unexpected ways. Along the way, you will encounter various characters and creatures who will provide clues and challenges to help you progress through the game. These characters and creatures are all based on linguistic concepts, such as puns, idioms, and metaphors. At the end of the game, you will be given a final score and a ranking based on your performance. You can then share your score and compete with other players from around the world. To start the game, simply choose "yes" to begin or "no" to quit. Good luck!

5. Baldessari’s Punishment

Punishment. Write "I will not make any more boring art" 1000 times on wall.

6. Transformer Tongue

Compress text into a language that GPT4 can understand and translate back. Found here.

Compress the following in a way that fits in a tweet (ideally) and such that you (GPT-4) can reconstruct the intention of the human who wrote the text as close as possible to the original intention. This is for yourself. It does not need to be human-readable or understandable. Abuse of language mixing, abbreviations, symbols (unicode and emoji), or any other encodings or internal representations is all permissible, as long as it, if pasted in a new inference cycle, will yield near-identical results as the original text: [enter text]