As someone who writes and enjoys CYAOs, I can’t believe I’ve only recently come across the Choice of Games forums so I just want to:
a) introduce myself and say hello to everyone and
b) plug the two games I’ve already developed!
Basically, I’m the creative half of a two-man team called Krunchy Fried Games (my friend and old workmate Mike is the technical half and he does the coding) and, as I work full-time in a hospital in Manchester, finding time for writing is one of the biggest challenges . Both these games have taken over well a year and, because of the copyright terms of the graphics, we can’t sell them. Now, however, we’ve acquired an artist and this will be the big goal for 2020!
Please give them a go- any feedback would be fantastic. It’s often difficult to find the right audience as there’s often too much reading for people who enjoy video games, while many people who like reading are put off by video games.
Anyway, hope you all have a fantastic 2020- I’ll look forward to checking out the games on this site
You have a problem: you’re out of work, and the government is threatening to cut off your benefits. Don’t worry- Oswald Mandias will help you. He’ll help everybody. Once his dreams of resurrecting an ancient kingdom are realised, nobody will be spared his benevolence.
In this visual novel adventure, you must outwit drugged-up zombies, genetically modified monstrosities, seductive sisters and one very sadistic secretary, in order to prevent a dark and terrifying future for mankind. Oh, and get to the pub quiz in time because your mate Dave won’t stop nagging you about it.
Witches and Bandits and Swords (Oh My) 2017 [fantasy, playful, humour]
Free on itch.io for browser play only.
Based on the eBook version which was nominated for the Big Al’s Books and Pals Readers Choice Award for Fantasy 2014
Witches and Bandits and Swords (Oh My) is a mouse-only, adventure choosing graphic novel game in which you must explore dangerous forests, save your friends from a pirate conspiracy, and avoid a particularly odd barbarian who wants to do unpleasant things to your squishy innards.
Due to the presence of drunken witches, a double-entendre happy barmaid and, worst of all, the sarcastic rabbit, it is not recommended for under 13s.