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About This GameSurvive in the demolished district after the nuclear bombings. Face mutants born of the nuclear radiation, while dealing with what humans are left in the struggle for the hope to end your living nightmare. Decide who you'll trust and overcome the challenges that await you.Doomsday on Demand is an interactive novel by Norbert Mohos. Your choices control the story. It’s entirely text-based–102,000 words, without graphics or sound effects–and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination. Enjoy a 102,000-word novel filled with action, drama, and tough decisions. Face deadly enemies, varying from humans to mutants. Learn to overcome and adapt to the danger that lurks around every corner. Decide who you'll trust. Build and strengthen friendships or make enemies. Choose your personality. Let your conscience guide you to goodness, or turn evil and look out for only yourself. d859598525 Title: Doomsday on DemandGenre: Adventure, Indie, RPGDeveloper:Hosted GamesPublisher:Hosted GamesRelease Date: 6 May, 2016 Doomsday On Demand Crack File Download Not many replablilty choices. I like the story, but there could have been many many improvements for a non-linear kind of game it turned out to be. I thoroughly enjoyed the story and felt a type of connection, but wished it was a bit more. I did notice alot of possible options that proved linear for the most part. Being a pre-teen the entire game did leave options for growth, but proved me wrong when it just ends suddenly a core character dies and the game ends. I would like to add, it feels like there is no point of relationships or age. This is a male pre-teen with hormones growing up during puberty. He didn't even think about sneaking a peek on Lizzy while she showered? Adolescence for short. . Sadly I would not recommend this.. This feels exactly like Fallout plus Metro 2033 plus The Walking Dead. Although the writing is very good, the story is just clique, and some of the choices seemed---forced. And you can't choose to play as a female by the way. This game could be so much more if given more care and time, but I'm sorry I can't recomment it.. I really enjoyed this game, BUT it's not for everyone. You play in a depressing, hopeless, bleak, post-apocalyptic world. If you like those types of stories, you'll like this. A word of CAUTION, there are some scenes that can be disturbing. Finding dead bodies, children being beaten, things like that. Pros:-Felt longer than 102,000 words. -Lots of well-developed characters, no one felt generic. -There's factions, but you influence characters in that faction not the faction itself. -Mysteries and surprises.-There are some weird sequences, where you're not sure what's real or not.-Doesn't use a skill system, instead your decisions will influence other characters. -Author does a good job of making you feel you're constantly in danger. -Interesting mutants each with special abilities and unique features. -You can continue your adventure in book 2. Cons:-A few minor spelling errors and mistakes.-You have flashbacks throughout the story, but the payoff is a let down in my opinion. Note: There are two time jumps, one near the beginning and one near the end. I found them to be done in a realistic way that isn't cheap.. I really enjoyed this game, BUT it's not for everyone. You play in a depressing, hopeless, bleak, post-apocalyptic world. If you like those types of stories, you'll like this. A word of CAUTION, there are some scenes that can be disturbing. Finding dead bodies, children being beaten, things like that. Pros:-Felt longer than 102,000 words. -Lots of well-developed characters, no one felt generic. -There's factions, but you influence characters in that faction not the faction itself. -Mysteries and surprises.-There are some weird sequences, where you're not sure what's real or not.-Doesn't use a skill system, instead your decisions will influence other characters. -Author does a good job of making you feel you're constantly in danger. -Interesting mutants each with special abilities and unique features. -You can continue your adventure in book 2. Cons:-A few minor spelling errors and mistakes.-You have flashbacks throughout the story, but the payoff is a let down in my opinion. Note: There are two time jumps, one near the beginning and one near the end. I found them to be done in a realistic way that isn't cheap.. Not a bad story, but a few areas seem to have broken choices, or forced out comes. there are also a couple of 'time' skips that don't really seem to do anything practical from one point of the story to another. A lot of the choices i made seemed to be ignored by the story. and the ending i got mentioned a lot of things that supposedly happened between the last sceen and the two year time skip that brought the summary of the ending..which seemed a little premature given where it left off.there are some typos, and grammatical errors. some sentences also seem like they could use tweaking to improve the story. its not the best CoG game i've played but its okay. but it would be better if they writer fixes the errors,. This feels exactly like Fallout plus Metro 2033 plus The Walking Dead. Although the writing is very good, the story is just clique, and some of the choices seemed---forced. And you can't choose to play as a female by the way. This game could be so much more if given more care and time, but I'm sorry I can't recomment it.
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