I think it makes sense for each author to make a short presentation of their game, right?
BRIGHTHILL HOTEL - Romance, Horror
Having attended the wedding of your former step-daughter, circumstances conspire against you, and you end up having to accept a lift back home from your ex.
During the drive, a sudden change of weather forces the two of you to seek shelter in a rural hotel, where you are informed that the local forecast has promised the weather to keep at it for days, meaning you’ll be stuck there.
The hotel is hosting a singles get-together, and everyone is more than happy to include you.
The game only consist of two short chapters, so far, and there are still some placeholders and missing text.
(@poison_mara will you put the link in the first post, as well?)
I will I will lol. Give me time
PLEASE everyone give a warm welcome to the first game not made on Choicescript
It is made on Choose your own story CYS page. I am looking forward people here try another Interactive game styles so
Mad Hatter daughter with Basement rats
Not sure if we’re doing presentations or not, but here’s mine:
Fifty is a 50000-word thriller/horror game. It’s pretty much complete, but it can use some testing.
You are one of the 50 strangers stranded on a mysterious island. None of you remember how you got here, or even your names, so you use the names on the dog tags you all have on your necks – the names of the fifty states. Will you survive and uncover the island’s secrets or perish to its many dangers?
WARNING: Contains profanity and excessive violence. Proceed with caution.
I’m open to any suggestions, critiques, and ideas, so all comments are welcome!
I looooove this!!! Would you like misspellings and such posted here or messaged to you? I Love the dynamic between the MC and the ex…great start, can’t wait to read more!
I’m really happy you enjoyed it!
It’s probably smartest to message me, to avoid clogging up this thread.
Note to beta testers: if you want to access the Good Endings, you need to first discover the secret of the island, which can be found in Utah’s ending.
Once that is done, all Good Endings will be accessible!
great plot for a good movie!
Can I just say how refreshing it is to have a story featuring two middle-aged characters with strong histories and personalities, and as a cherry on top, it’s also really well written?
The original idea was born from some of those discussions last year, were people were lamenting the lack of older ROs, and games where you don’t play as a young adult.
I just read through this, and wow. This left me just feeling unsettled. Very well written, the clay (I assume it’s clay?) animations were creepy, the background story was both character building and had my stomach in knots, overall just very well done. But please don’t mind the fact I will never open that link again
Just remember the games when the voting poll will be set. No need to open the games any more after reading them
I’m pretty terrible at descriptions and the game’s a wip
So I’ll keep it short.
Genre: Paranormal. I leave the reader to decide if horror falls under
You’re quitting your job an officer so you can investigate a past incident but the sheriff would have none of that and instead gives you some time off to think on things.
You encounter a supernatural hunter who’s also investigating another incident, one that predates yours. Could they be connected?
Work with a hunter and a good friend who’s also your colleague and end the terrors that have plagued the town for ten years.
Great job! Looking forward to reading it!
I’ve just completed my entry for the Halloween Jam! I’m quite terrible at writing presentations, but I shall try my best.
My story is titled “Departure”. The name has many meanings, least arcane of all is that it is simply a departure from my usual style of writings. It is also a tale that is very personal to me, for reasons that shall become apparent during a playthrough.
Take a harrowing and surrealist journey down a lonesome road. Drive through the night to make it to your family. Try not to fall victim to hallucinations or exhaustion. Or that oddly shaped shadow that keeps appearing in your rear view mirror. Or those pale white eyes peering out from between the trees. Or the figure in the back seat.
Departure by @Wannabe_Human
If you’re keen for a trippy horror experience dripping with atmosphere as thick as molasses, this story is excellent.
Happy Horroween by @Novachrome
- how could I pick anything else