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Oct 10, 2010 | 9:15 PM EDT
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Author Comments

A dark "Choose Your Own Adventure"-style interactive fiction game. Written by me, with art by the very talented Michael Swain.

This thing took forever to write, and I think I broke some blood vessels in my brain trying to keep all the parallel scenarios consistent with what can actually be changed via player choices. I hope you enjoy it -- feel free to leave comments about what you enjoyed and what sucks for if I decide to write another one later (yeah, I know, TL;DR... the full text is something like 80 pages, but there are plenty of other instantly fun games on the site).



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Good story, well-thought out.
Can we have scrolling up and down with arrow keys instead of mouse?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I came back now after a like 2 years and read it again. It's that good. It's an amazing story. The entire concept of this game/novel is incredibly well done. Every ending just made me want to dive deeper and deeper. I don't usually spend time with "choose your own adventure game" so much, but form all of those types of game I have played, this is by fare the best one I have ever played/read. Looking forward to see what more creation you have in store for the future :)

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Came here after playing God's Assassin. I like this one better though it feels incomplete... like there should be one huge ending but I dunno, it's still good.

GregLoire responds:

I am working on a linear novel titled Reality Tunnels that will be a direct sequel to this story, so check back in a few years!

(spoilers ahead) For the purposes of the sequel, the canon ending here is the one where Angela uses the earpiece in Africa.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I played this game after the newer "God's Assassin" game from the same creator. Again, the art, the changing background, and the engaging, suspenseful story were all great. Must say though, I like this game better! I guess I have a preference for really connected storylines.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow incredible story and that best ending was actually pretty beautiful with the perfect tone of music in it your a brilliant writer hope to see more work from you in the future