Hello, I once tried to make a game and got bored of making it - it was about being a badass vampire, you can look it up if you want but I wouldn’t bother. This is my second attempt and something a bit different - pretty much a proof of concept and an experiment in stretching my ability to use choicescript.
I am seeing if I can adapt the Dark Heresy 40k role-playing game (1st ed) into a choicescript game. It’s something I’ve often had in the back of my head. Obviously that is impossible without some limitations on scope: its gender locked female, and its class locked
As a proof of concept I have adapted 1.5 of 2 gee dubz/FFG’s pre-made scenarios into choicescript - they have been pretty fun to do - i think i will continue.
As a warning - there are lots of things that are not finished, not integrated, are pointless and so on - i am working on them but want to show off what I have so far - I hope you enjoy my little game.
Is this copyright infringement: i have a team of expensive lawyers working on this question as we speak.
Are there romance options: maybe…
Why do i have to be a girl?: because I want to write a story from a woman’s perspective.
Why do i have to be a psyker?: um, i don’t understand the question, why would you not want to be?
Trigger warnings: lots - its gory and people take drugs some people are rude to you because you are a woman. - also its 40k so um, its like, reallly bad; verdict: not suitable4children
here is the link: https://dashingdon.com/go/4725
Excluding code: 35988
hello, just to clarify I have no interest in monetizing/selling or formally publishing this game, which I guess would fall into fan-fiction-game territory.
The tabeltop rpg its based on - dark heresy 1st ed was made by FFG, whos licence with GW has lapsed so they no longer sell the sourcebooks, or any other warhammer stuff, and it has been superseded by subsequent 40k rpg, wrath and glory, by a different production house/publisher. so DH 1st ed sits in limbo, hence why I felt it was fair game for fanficgame.
the reason I posted this here is purely because its written in choicescript, as opposed to something like twine.