So it’s been awhile…
But I’m back after far too long with an update, because despite everything I’ve not abandoned this WIP. A lot has happened in these three years, a lot of bad and a lot of good, basically life .
You never realised how quickly, or how much, life could change. You were just an average teen, trying to survive as an orphan. But one night something inside you awakens; your reality is shattered. And, for better or worse, you are now an Elemental.
In this game you take on the role of someone just discovering they can control the elements, and start attending Mirabilia Academy with others like you. There will be conflict (of course), school life, and romance.
- Play as male, female or non-binary
- Play as ‘good’ or ‘evil’ as you like, or walk somewhere in-between
- Currently 3 female and 3 male planned romances
- Pick your element
- Violent themes including death and murder, but nothing vivid.
One reason why this took so long is because not too long after the thread closed, I lost all the coding and some of the writing which, as you can imagine, was enough to put me off for a while.
But really I’m looking at it as a blessing in disguise because when I did finally turn back to my writing, I realised how much I sort of disliked what I had written which then led to a ‘revamp’. Not that I expect anyone who played this all that time ago to really remember the demo, if anyone even remembers this at all. But it’s changed quite a bit.
And then I got back into writing, so I came back to this and I rewrote a lot, added a lot, I pretty much doubled the size, and outlined a more solid plan. It’s taken me a while to finally psych myself up to update this, but I realised feedback at this point would really help since I’m at the point where I’m reading through and I just don’t know what to think.
So I’m here with a new demo since the old link is so old it’s back when everyone used dropbox.
Current word count with code
Average play through
I’d love feedback on the demo, any grammar mistakes, missing words, game breaking errors, and just thoughts in general. Parts are still not set in stone and I’m still aiming to improve as much as I can. Currently my focus is on writing the remaining part of chapter 3.