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For generations, your family has kept China safe from chaos demons. Now you must uphold that duty while you're at university--just don't tell your roommates!
"First Year Demons" is an interactive fantasy novel by Rebecca Slitt, author of "Psy High." Your choices control the story. It's two games in one: a 30,000-word educational game, and a 43,000-word version of the same story that's just for fun. Both games are entirely text-based--without graphics or sound effects--and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.
As the youngest member of a family with a secret and ancient duty to keep China safe from demons, you must balance your relatives' traditional values and expectations with the challenges of your first year at college and your secret study of potions, sword, and spells.
Between dormroom parties and chemistry study sessions, you'll experience battle and betrayal. You'll learn just how important it is to stay close to your family--your life may depend on it! You'll see how China is changing: maybe it's better to offer your ancestors a smartphone than to slay a demon in their memory. And above all, you must not let your friends know why you really sneak out of your dorm so late at night! Demons are all around you, and you never know what might be hiding behind a friendly face.
• Battle chaos demons
• Play as male or female, gay, straight or bi
• Hit the books, or go out and party!
• Stay close to your family or turn against them and be cast out
• Specialize in swords, magic, or potions
Hosted Games part of our Role Playing and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update April 7, 2016. Google play rating is 67.5862. Current verison is 1.0.0. Actual size 4.2 MB.
Just... What? Strange, put kindly. I feel as though it was a waste of my money, being a "Choose your own adventure" story. Way to Fallout 4 us, man. Can't RP for crap with pre-set characters.
A bit... Okay, the story is rather short, but that's okay. HOWEVER, my GOD are there so many typos. I think the Rockstar game had the same problem. They couldn't decide on pronouns for Little One and the person the MC had a crush on. Also, no quotation marks in certain parts, mainly where Second Aunt is concerned. This is fun, but goodness these typos are abysmal because they tend to happen within the same part you see correct examples of pronoun and quotation marks.
A great story, if a bit short! There are two versions of the story, one with slightly less choice, but a bit more educational on Chinese traditions, and the other more story-like, with more character developing choices. It was very interesting to play through both of them, and the story was pretty intriguing, though also a bit simple. I really liked it, though, and I wish there was more! For anyone looking to play it, I'd recommend playing the informational one first, then the story one.
Doesn't get more cliché than this
Interesting concept...but far too rigid. While I was fascinated by all the knowledge of Chinese culture and traditions, as a "choose you own adventure" story, this fell flat. The readers are supposed to feel like their decisions matter, but throughout the whole game there was only ONE way to play that would progress the story, the FAMILY way. It made it hard not to resent them on behalf of my character.
It was good but The idea is solid but it was to short.
It was fun, the story was good and it was enjoyable