Okay, first, to clarify, as the question is not quite clear, so I think a lot of people are going to go back and forth on semantics, I’m gonna just answer the two obvious readings of the question. Second, Caveat: I’m not a lawyer, and don’t work for CoG, or any other company I mention, so any of this information may be wrong. (Always double check your info.)
As for the other way to take the question, the ‘what about if/when I want to distribute it through Choice of Games?’, that’s, as Hikaru said, generally just going to be a flat no. To my knowledge this is because it takes a good bit more coding to get a game up onto Apple/Android/ect, and extra features, particularly those that Dan aren’t already aware of and made himself, increase that time well outside of ‘cost effective’ range. And to get the obvious question of ‘can’t I do it myself?’ out of the away ahead of time, the answer is technically yes, but you’ll need a license from, first, Choice of Games, and second, any platform you intend to distribute on, plus the skills to do that yourself.
Long story short, yes - it is possible, but advisable? Maybe, maybe not.
@Weztcoazt If you mean, “Would Choice of Games still accept my story with modifications?”, the answer would most likely be no.
My question was technical. As in, is there a way to insert code. I found some info on *script so that will help me get started. I’ll be hosting my own game so I am not worried about whether they will accept it or not. Thanks for your help.