OUT NOW! Top Villain: Total Domination—Smash your heroic nemesis and rule the world!

Originally published at: Top Villain: Total Domination—Smash your heroic nemesis and rule the world! - Choice of Games LLC

Top Villain: Total Domination
We’re proud to announce that Top Villain: Total Domination, the latest in our popular “Choice of Games” line of multiple-choice interactive-fiction games, is now available for Steam, Android, and on iOS in the “Choice of Games” app.

It’s 33% off until August 24!
Today, smash your heroic nemesis! Tomorrow, build a doomsday device to take over the world! But, wait, are your henchpeople going on strike?!

Top Villain: Total Domination is a 228,000-word interactive comedy supervillain novel by Brandon Greer. It’s entirely text-based, without graphics or sound effects, and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

You are the world’s most villainous supervillain, heck-bent on conquering the world. Carrying on your parents’ villainous legacy, you have built your ideal secret lair and filled it with (mostly) loyal and competent henchpeople. You have honed all kinds of villainous skills, and thanks to your musical-theater training, you know how to make a dramatic entrance and construct the perfect evil monologue. You regularly rob banks and travel by jet pack–when you’re not teleporting, that is–and you are hatching the absolute perfect plan to take over the world. Life is good. (Or evil. Which is good.) With your powers, smarts, and good looks, what can possibly stand in your way?

But there is a thorn in your side. A valiant yellow-clad thorn, with rippling muscles and chiseled jaw: the interplanetary hero Matchless Man. You may have defeated him in the past, but you know that heroes never give up. How will you bring this horrible hero down: will you turn him into a villain like you, negate his powers, or just fight him? And what will you do about his equally horrible and equally heroic friends? (Ugh! Why do heroes always have friends?) Then there’s the intrepid reporter that your henchpeople caught snooping on your secret lair: will you suborn them with your seductive wiles, or will you become the scoop of a lifetime? On top of that, the supervillain organization Multitude of Murderous Malcontents seems to have all of these silly rules about world domination, and they’re conducting a surprise inspection! And, yes, your henchpeople are definitely going on strike.

Oh, also, your mom keeps calling.

Can’t a villain just build a giant world-destroying doomsday weapon in peace?

  • Play as male, female, or nonbinary; gay, straight, bi, pan, or asexual
  • Choose your powers: ice, fire, or telepathy. Or just be so villainously awesome that you don’t need any powers!
  • When your henchpeople go on strike, resolve it with charm, or fear
  • Attend Villain-Con and meet (or exploit) your biggest fan.
  • Customize your lair with gadgets and fabulous decor!
  • Disrupt the formation of a heroic league of heroes: turn them against each other, or just destroy their headquarters!
  • Defeat your arch-nemesis! And also your regular nemesis! You have a lot of nemesises. Nemeses.
  • Deal with your daddy issues. And mommy issues. You’ve got almost as many issues as you have nemeses.
  • Romance your chief hench-sidekick, an intrepid reporter, or your heroic nemesis.

This is your chance to stoop to new lows! Mwahahahaha!

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Reading that blurb just made me fall in love with this game all over again. :joy:

This feels like a good opportunity to bring Bertholdt out again (my MC from Grand Academy)


Congratulations @bgc, this looks really fun!

Totally here for the mommy issues lol

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I hadn’t heard of this game until 5 seconds ago, but I was immediately sold for trying to fix my mommy issues. And daddy issues. And seducing my muscle bound archnemesis hero.


For being a supervillain you don’t really get to do much villainy

Can’t run over traffic in super tank
Can’t destroy hippies
Can’t execute henchmen making demands
Can’t squish frog man



The working title for the game was Saturday Morning Villain, as in Saturday morning cartoons. The game’s version of villainy was essentially inspired by the tone and aesthetic of cartoons for children, where villains make big threats and do nonlethal dastardly things but never (to our knowledge) kill anyone.


Congrats on the release @bgc!

Those that love comics and comic cartoons from their childhood should enjoy this story.



Explains the “lol XD so random” middle school millennial humor

Only thing missing was an Invader Zim reference


A Zim reference would make me pee my pants with glee :rofl: :star_struck:


Tbh all these jokes are references were right up my alley! Haven’t had so much fun playing since Tally Ho :laughing:


9/10 didn’t let me have a relationship with Dr. Glass Frog


Congratulations on the release @bgc.

This was a quite funny reading. Congrats on release!

A love letter to villainy and superheroes alike. And some of the twists did actually catch me off guard. Usually I am more for the doorstopper CYOAs, but this has the rare ability of being svelte while keeping the feel of your choices having an impact. (Also, you shoehorned in a reference to Superman:TAS and not have it sound awkward, so extra points).

Well done, well done indeed.

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Sounds interesting. I generally quite enjoy villain games, so I’ll probably pick this one up.

I do have a question on how long this particular game is. Here and other places on the Choice of Games site it is listed as 228,000 words. On Steam, however, it is listed as 175,000 words.

Is this just an error in writing out the Steam description, possibly from an old quote before the game’s wordcount was finalized, or is the Steam version actually cut somehow?

There is no “Steam version” - it’s the same game no matter where you play it. It’s just, as you suspected, the Steam description being written before the word count was finalized. I’ve seen Steam descriptions that included word counts for games that hadn’t even been finished yet - it’s just an estimate.

OK, thanks.

Are Whitney’s pronouns based on what gender MC is attracted to?