Agstand, The Dramatist

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Hi I'm Agstand, sometimes called Ag

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In this story you play as Ben Higgins, a reclusive man who is forced to go out into the world after his sister disappears. Will you be able to find her?

Stockholm Syndrome

You are Linda Niles, a popular 19 year old singer enjoying life until you get kidnapped during a meet and greet. Try to escape and maybe even try to find the truth behind your kidnapping.


When an old friend disappears, Ben Higgins must once again enter a dangerous underworld.

NOTE: It's recommended you read Siblings first. 

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Draw My Attention (New Age of Sage) on 3/4/2017 4:56:34 PM

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I'm not 100% sure if this meets the new standards for featured comments, I'll leave it up to you


I see a trend over here...

You seem to be an aficionado for this specific writing style of yours. Start off with introducing the protagonist, some rather plain blocks of descriptive text, and slowly rise to a crescendo of literary excellence.

This style is well and good for me, but you might repulse some readers because they think the story is boring or something like that. Just saying.

Anyway, like your other story, there were still some spelling errors and whatnot. Please do think of a proofreader-for-hire in your next stories.

Negatives aside, it was nicely done. The story was moderately long, and the plot is okay, with enough choices to keep me and most others entertained. You got a lot of potential here, Ag.

Good job. Will drop all cents here. 6/8.

-- AgentX on 3/1/2017 4:55:39 PM


Draw My Attention (New Age of Sage) on 3/1/2017 4:54:35 PM

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Spoonboy Must die!

1. Beat it yay!

-- CeruleanFlare on 12/22/2016 3:17:40 PM

2. well...

-- 3f2d on 3/3/2012 1:35:14 AM

3. Rated!

-- Havacoman on 9/6/2005 9:58:44 PM


Draw My Attention (New Age of Sage) on 2/27/2017 12:58:53 PM

It was a dark and creepy night

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1. At first I thought I would enjoy this game. The pages while rather short, did set up a rather creepy setting, as I continued I was a bit eager to see what would happen...then a f'ing dragon randomly shows up in the story and wants me to solve a "riddle". The reason why I put riddle in quotes is because apparently this dragon can't tell the difference between a riddle and a f'ing math problem. So now I'm taken out of the horror setting to do The story abruptly ends after solving the problem and which might actually be good thing, god only knows what random nonsense would appear if the story was any longer. Other then that there are no branching paths, only chose right or die options, with little to no indication of what the right choice could possibly be. Unless you really want a free point or are trying to get the top rated trophy, you would do best to avoid.

-- Agstand on 2/27/2017 12:54:11 PM

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2.  dang i won

-- bells23 on 6/7/2012 1:26:33 PM


-- Swiftstryker on 4/12/2012 7:57:17 PM

4.  hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

-- betaband on 2/21/2012 8:47:35 PM



Draw My Attention (New Age of Sage) on 2/24/2017 9:58:08 AM

Don't blink

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There's a bug where whenever you use eye drops you end up in the gas room.

-- Swiftstryker on 10/5/2012 6:31:39 PM with a score of 0

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There are a few misspelled words and multiple grammar mistakes. I would recommend getting someone to test and edit your game before you publish. Also your title should be capitalized as 'Don't Blink'.

The concept of the game itself if very unique and can definitely be improved upon. However you should probably put the next part--assuming there is going to be a second part--in with this one to make it one storygame since this one is much too short to be split into parts. Also you may want to use a little more detail when you're writing for I couldn't quite tell what was going on for some parts of the story.

The last part I wanted to comment on is that when you are speaking of the five doors, you don't have to list them out (1, 2, 3...). You can instead describe all of them in a paragraph and the links can say 'Red door' or 'Door to office' etc.

-- fergie14233 on 10/11/2012 11:13:00 AM with a score of 0

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It was good. I liked the story, though I wish there was more of it. Use of items was good. I do wish more had been explained about the creatures, why you are a subject, ect. Otherwise, good story :D

-- simplesabley on 10/5/2012 4:24:31 PM with a score of 0


Dishonoured on 2/23/2017 10:38:04 AM

I loved the first one, the sheer number of ways to approach situations was awesome. Trying to get through while keeping the deaths to a minimum  was a fun challenge. The second one, while not bad was a bit of a let down, it's the same story, I noticed it has a few bugs and the camera sometimes goes insane when your character is swimming. The level designs make the game feel more like work then fun, epically the clockwork mansion. 

Draw My Attention (New Age of Sage) on 2/22/2017 7:15:47 AM

Locked Out (The Movie)

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Draw My Attention (New Age of Sage) on 2/21/2017 7:57:37 AM

Wizard Duel at Wizard School

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I'm not sure if I buy into your logic on most of those. I have to assume my player character is just an absolute idiot to use his powers in such unimaginative and foolish ways.

Personally, I find the 'salvation through unexpected means' thing to be a really annoying cliche that needs to be properly foreshadowed to work well. And in a story this short, there is no opportunity to do so.

Also, if a wizard is invincible from enemy attack just by accepting he can't stop it, then why ever bother learning any defensive magic? He also becomes akin to a god and in a longer story that would turn him into a Mary Sue.

The general idea has promise, but it needs to be developed into a much longer story to be fully utilized. Most fantasy usually requires hefty word counts because of the world building that goes into it.

I didn't notice any jarring grammar errors though. And it'd be interesting to see where you'd take this if you made it more in depth.

-- Bucky on 3/26/2015 1:56:43 PM

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-- dragon396 on 3/30/2015 10:52:40 AM

3.   tried everyone none worked

-- Aetherskyes on 9/24/2016 10:58:11 PM

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February Flash Fiction Contest Feedback Thread on 2/20/2017 9:01:07 AM

 I've increased the absurdity and improved the teacher's response


Ralph felt his heat race as the laughter from the other members of the culinary class continued. While it was an open secret that he was an outcast, Ralph had tried to convince himself that this time things were different, but now it was impossible for him to deny that he wasn’t welcome. Who would have thought the decision to add eggs would be the event that would bring the truth out into the light?

“If stage four cancer was food it would be this dish, why the hell did you put eggs in it?” Head Chef Carl demand to know.

“Some people would like it,” Ralph pathetically tried to defend himself.

“Your mom would prefer the taste of my cock in her mouth over this shit.”

The laughter began again, this time even louder. Sweat dripped down Ralph’s face as it turned bright red. At this point in his life you would think Ralph would be used to being treated like this, but he would never accept being an object of rejection and scorn. Ralph picked up the electric egg beater he had used earlier and turned it on.

He approached Carl, who was too busy laughing to notice him. Using all of his strength Ralph rammed the egg beater into Carl’s abdomen and within seconds Carl fell to the floor dead, as a mixture of blood and egg batter began to ooze out of the wound. The other members of the class ran out of the room screaming. Ralph knew he should leave soon, but before he did he was tempted to try the dish that caused this series of events. After taking a bite, he chewed it a bit and a nauseating taste entered his mouth.

“Oh my god, this really does taste terrible,” Ralph conceded.


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Hi there, newbie here :) on 2/18/2017 5:37:26 PM

Welcome, there are quite a few newcomers lately

Draw My Attention (New Age of Sage) on 2/18/2017 5:35:29 PM

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Holloween Adventure 2: Return to the Halloween Dimension!

1. Awesome game cant wait till the 3rd

-- scrib on 5/21/2004 2:47:07 PM with a score of 10100

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2. ok

-- hummingbird3 on 4/10/2010 9:58:57 PM with a score of 10100