Pick your genre of story.
Follow the progress of your story as it plays out across multiple chapters.
Make the right choices and build up your stats and overall score.
Text-based role playing games (RPGs) are not as popular anymore because of MMOs and stuff, but it doesn’t mean that these games do not appeal to players anymore. Games like Choices: Stories You Play will definitely change your mind or opinion about these games.
Go ahead and download the app to your phone. You won’t go wrong doing so, because there’s a whole world for you to explore once the game is installed. You only need to make sure you’re connected to the Internet when you initialize the app, of course.
When you begin, the app will prompt you to choose a genre for your story. There are two options available - Fantasy and Romance. Pick one, and the game will pick the appropriate story for you.
This is where you’ll find Choices to your liking. There are various stories in here to play in each genre. Moreover, the stories are very compelling and engaging. It appears that the scenario writers and developers have all worked to make sure each novel or book that you’re living out moves at a pace that keeps your curiosity and interest piqued every time.
As its name suggests, this game employs a “choose your own adventure” format. You’re given at least two choices at specific -- and not to mention critical -- points of the game. Your choices will affect the main character’s relationships with the others in the story.
For instance, in the fantasy story The Crown and The Flame, choosing to slap the son of the enemy king will earn the Princess, and later Queen, the enmity of the said prince. It also raises the prestige of the Princess.
Decisions you make will have various effects on the flow of the story and the outcome. In the Crown and the Flame, you can build alliances with the other two Kingdoms against Nevrakis. You can also gain the loyalty of the Monks early on if you manage to impress them with your battle skills.
Each story in Choices: Stories You Play has its own system of scores. Choosing to play each game gives you a truly unique experience. It’s like reading a book, but this time, you’re playing the part of the main characters.
Thanks to the efforts of the game’s writers, you’re given stories that you certainly will not want to stop reading. All that could go against your enjoyment is the amount of battery time left on your phone AND the quality of your Internet connection.
Give Choices: Stories You Play a try now. If you’re a fan of novels, you’d definitely appreciate how the creators of the game have worked to bring such books into an interactive game that you can play right at your fingertips.