I’ve submitted the game for publication! Thank you so much to everyone who played and left feedback. I’ve taken it off dashingdon while it’s being reviewed, but hopefully you’ll be able to buy it on the app store soon!
Cover art by Will Jamison- you can check them out here
Hi, new author here! Just completed my first draft of my game and would love some feedback and beta testing! It’s a post-post-apocalyptic (yes, that’s not a typo), speculative fiction novel called After The Storm.
It’s the year 2050, and you are a climate refugee tasked with rebuilding society.
Pick your way through a heartbreaking post-apocalyptic landscape and try to obtain some sunglasses. Gather allies or go it alone, hold on to your humanity or lose it in the directionless expanse. Establish a settlement, open up trade, defend yourself against invaders, build a better world, or just one you can stand to live in.
Will you create a community based on shared values, or under strict rule? Will you carve out a life for yourself? Fall in love? Make art? Or will you eschew society altogether and spend your days in exile?
Unlike most post apocalyptic stories, this is not about survival. It is about reconstruction. It’s about recovery. Where do we go from here? You get to decide.
Thank you to all of you who sent me feedback! I’ve posted an updated version of the game, let me know what you think! I know many of you asked about a military background, but I didn’t include one for a reason. I want mc to make decisions about what the right thing to do is without any kind of training to fall back on. If you want leadership and strength, you can pick the warehouse worker/ union leader background. Let me know what you guys think!
- More interactions with characters/ RO’s
- Cover art!
- Longer/ more personalized dates
- You can now choose two things to do whenever you have downtime
- Various typos/ misspellings fixed
- You can now have a kid in part 3!
- Basic inventory added
- Several other small changes
Another update! I fleshed out and expanded the leadership aspect of the game. I’ve also added three wonderful illustrations by Will Jamison and fixed an assortment of typos. Thank you to all of you who sent me feedback, you helped make the game better! Let me know what you guys think, I think I’ll be submitting it soon.