I am one of those writers that get ideas for new stuff while nose-deep in another story.
Don’t worry, Curious Cuisine is not being cancelled.
I am just musing about turning some of my fantasy traditional novels in games on the side.
All these games would be set in the same story-verse.
So, tell me what you think:
Murder Most Magical
This is a story I am pretty set on turning into a game, actually.
You play as a recently hired professor at the prestigious university of Heddingsfield.
Just days after your arrival a murder disturbs the peace of these hallowed halls.
Armed with your wits (and maybe a magic wand) you set out to unravel the mystery and prove the guilt or innocence of a student.
No gender- or sexuality locks, potentially more than just human as race.
Heart of Ranree
Playing as the reigning ruler of the country of Kadalogia, as well as an exiled member of the royal family of the neighboring coastal kingdom of Liekland, you follow the unlikely royal duo as they uncover a terrible conspiracy.
No gender- or sexuality-locks, human-locked, potentially allows for romance between both MCs
Playing as the child of the imperial Navy’s most successful pirate hunter, you set out into the tropical Byacona when your father himself face trial on the charge of piracy.
Can you find the truth within the limited time you have? How far will you go to achieve your goals? And what about the sighting of the Beggar’s Luck, long-sank flagship of the long dead king of pirates Alistair Moray?
Again, no gender- or sexuality-locks.