Killa_Robot, The Novelist

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Through Time Walk-through

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Earning 100 Points Earning 500 Points Earning 1,000 Points Administrative contributions and great advanced editor forum help. Having 3 Storygame(s) Featured Posting 6491 Forum Posts Given by BerkaZerka on 01/09/2017 - In memorial of Mythic Nippon greatness Given by EndMaster on 06/14/2014 - For your continued output of quality stories on this site. Given by JJJ-thebanisher on 06/14/2014 - For being the most consistently active community member 2008-2014. Given by Killa_Robot on 09/05/2019 - :3 Given by madglee on 01/26/2017 - Because you're the man Given by Will11 on 01/15/2017 - For your great stories and years of help on the site


Featured Story Inepta Academy

Welcome to Inepta Academy!

You play as Elizabeth, an intelligent nine year old girl who earned a scholarship to the school. Unfortunately, you've only been there for a month and don't have any friends. To make matters worse, Randolf, the most popular boy in the school (to the boys) has been annoying you lately.

Now he's stolen your bag and hid it in the boarded off area. It's up to you to retrieve your bag from the area after school is done, so that you can study and pass the big test tomorrow. Maybe you can even find a way to get revenge on Randolf somehow while you're there.

Was made as an entry for the School Based Contest 2016.

--Version 2.0 Update [11/23/2016]--

+ Fixed an issue where players found the password too hard
+ Fixed an issue where end game formatting would burn the player's eyes
+ Fixed scripting issues
+ Now tracking your destruction
+ You can also break more stuff now
+ Added more paths and options
+ Added a way to not be punished
+ Added a more satisfying conclusion
+ Added different possible endings
+ Added a page which tells you everything that you did in case you forgot while playing

Special thanks to TheNewIAP for helping with edits.

Featured Story Survive the Zombies

Yep, another zombie game.

No worries though, this one is different, it has phases.

Also random deaths are rare (but still exist), use your head and you should be fine.

Endings are (In order of how good they are)

Best: 9001 points

Secret: 8000 points

Excellent: 4000 points

Good: 300 points

Decent: 200 points

Mediocre: 100 points

Bad: 50 points

Death: -666 points


Update: 07-03-2012

- Fixed grammar & spelling errors (more than I would care to admit)

- Added scores for endings

- Fixed some routes

- Made ending phase harder like it was supposed to be

Stats: [197 Pages, 297 Links, 9 Epilogues, 10 end-game achievements, and many different ways to die!]


Hope you enjoy it!

Featured Story Through Time

You play as Jacob, a 28 year old man who has gone nowhere in life. Suddenly, you wake up to find yourself 10 years in the past. Once there, you meet several people who seem to recognize you, but you can't seem to remember them at all. Is your life the only one that went wrong? What really happened in your past?

This storygame plays out like a visual novel, with a unique route for each main character, and a true route. Replaying it more than once is highly recommended to get the full experience.

I also recommend you complete all the good routes before going for the true end, as it ties everything else together.

How to load a saved file:
Go to
Click restore beside the save titled "Through Time"
(You must be logged in, and have a saved file for this to work)

How to interpret your score:
(Max score) 97531  - You completed every route possible.
Score has a 9 - You completed the true end.
Score has a 7 - You completed Olivia's good end.
Score has a 5 - You completed Ian's good end.
Score has a 3 - You completed Tina's good end.
Score has a 1 - You completed Allison's good end.
The actual "score", doesn't matter, just these numbers.

Special Thanks:
Kiel_Farren - For editing and grammar
Tanstaafl - For editing and grammar

Complete Walkthrough (should you require it): Link

Koi Koi!
To do: -Finish arcade mode [Fix health not being accurate] -images/ui [Keitaro, updates for main menu] -Roka epilogue -more testing -Redo risk assessment (arcade bot has newest version) -Apply new GUI (arcade bot has newest) -Apply to Tutorial as well

Articles Written

How to Create a Codex
A Codex is a page with a list of entrees of different creatures. Each creature has it's own page dedicated to it and the page always links back to the Codex. The key thing about the Codex is that it's accessed through an item and as such can be used at any time in the story. Any Page <------> Codex <------> Any Creature Entry

Recent Posts

I am infected on 3/29/2020 9:41:25 AM
"and sleep with the army peeps and the doctors." Hold up.

Corona Tag! on 3/28/2020 11:32:06 AM
10/10, would betray you again.

Corona Tag! on 3/27/2020 9:32:28 PM
"You're late." "Well, at least I'm here now. What's wrong?" The Captain's eyes lingered on the man for several tense seconds, before he sighed and took a step back into his home. "It's the damn radio," he began, leading the man through the house. "Thursday it was nothing but static, Friday it wouldn't make any noise, and yesterday?!" The Captain exclaimed, suddenly spinning back to the man, flailing his hands in the air. "Yesterday it started repeating the same number, over and over! It hasn't stopped! It's maddening I tell you!" The man frowned, thoroughly confused by the conclusion of the Captain. "What do you mean, it 'repeated the same number'?" "The radio did!" "I... just show me the radio." As the two entered the living room, the man could hear sounds coming from the radio, but was too far to make them out. The Captain glanced back at the man once more, before nodding and approaching the radio. "By the way, I didn't get your name." However the man had already lost interest in what the captain, the old fool, was saying. He was too enamored by the sight of the Zenith Model 12-S-265 standing before him. It was magnificent. While it had a few scratches from wear and tear, it was in almost mint condition. Any man would be lucky to have such a fine piece of technology in his possession. "Hey!" The Captain shouted, breaking the man out of his trance. "What's your name? Your real name?" The man narrow his eyes at the Captain, then shrugged. "There's really no need for you to name me. Just use my username if you want." "I ain't calling you that." "Well, I'm calling you the Captain." "I am a captain, so that's fine, but it remains to be seen if you truly are a 'RadioMaster666' like your username says." "I can assure you, no part of my username is false." The Captain was clearly annoyed by the man's reluctance, but the man didn't care. There was no need for them to exchange any additional names with one another. "Fine, just fix the damn radio already." The man walked past the Captain and approached the radio, crouching down and gently placing his right ear against its large front speaker. After listening for a few seconds, he nodded in approval. "It's not just repeating a number. It's a code." "Why in the hell would it be repeating a code?" The man decided to not reply, instead choosing to take a seat beside the standing radio. In order to better analyze the situation, he'd need some time to think and consider his options. "You damn useless millennials," the Captain said as he approached the radio, deciding to take matters into his own hands. "One...Six..." The Captain said, pausing before continuing. "Two... Six..." Followed by another pause. "Six... Three... Now what in the hell kind of code is 162663?" "Well it's six digits long, maybe there's something to that?" "So what, it's a password?" "Or maybe you should read between the sequence?" "What?" "There were some gaps too, maybe that means something?" "Look I don't care about the damn code, or number, or password, or whatever the hell it's sprouting out. Can you fix the radio or not?" "Sure I can, but if you don't solve the code how will you ever know what the guy sending it to you wants?" The Captain froze, prompting the man to continue. "You're not the first person I've seen this happen to. I've visited at least four other homes in the past week where the radio was acting this way. I've concluded that there must be someone overriding the signals that the radio receives with their own." "That's fascinating son, but I'm too damn old to be pulled into your nonsense mysteries." "Aren't you worried?" "I have a gun; some kid fucking with my radio ain't a threat." The man glanced around the room, then nodded. "Alright, I guess I should fix this already then. Do you have a dolly?" "You mean a hand truck? Of course, why?" "Well, if you have something like that, I won't even need to go to my truck to get any tools. Lead the way." The man exclaimed, standing up. The Captain grinned, seeing that things were finally going his way. "About damn time! Come with me downstairs." He exclaimed, leading the way to the basement. A few minutes later, the two returned to the living room: the man with a toolbox, and the Captain carrying the dolly. "So what, you need this hand truck to move the radio to the center of the room for easy access?" The man looked at the Captain, then at the dolly, then to the radio, then back to the man and smiled. "Yeah, something like that. By the way, why do you mount your gun on the wall?" The man asked, rummaging through the toolbox to find what he needed. The Captain smiled and turned to face the gun, which was hanging over top of a recliner, before explaining. "Well, you see, I normally sit in that chair there, so it's for easy access in case someone tries to rob me." "So it's already loaded?" The man asked, the hammer ready in his hand. "Damn straight! Wouldn't be much use if I had an unloaded gun on the wall now, would it?" The Captain replied with a laugh. "I don't think a gun being on the wall will help you much regardless," the man replied, before bludgeoning the Captain in the back of the head with the hammer. The Captain let out a weak yelp, then promptly feel forward onto the ground, hammer still sticking out of his head. Not one to leave a job half done, the man retrieved the hammer from the back of the skull and smashed the head in a few additional times for good measure. He then turned to face the radio, and smiled. "Another fine addition to the collection." ------------ I feel I did this too late to tag anyone. I clearly have already succumb to the corona.

Online Kidnappers on 3/27/2020 7:31:01 PM

Visual Novel from chooseyourstory on 3/27/2020 12:52:56 AM
In theory - No. In practice - You're less likely to finish.

Visual Novel from chooseyourstory on 3/26/2020 10:56:57 AM
You can private message the authors individually on the site, since each author is the owner of their work. Its an interesting idea and I can definitely see the overlap as well as how it could work. Look forward to this if it comes together, so good luck!

Art on 3/23/2020 6:07:11 PM
Well now that I know the program, the power of google has come to save us all: If it really is all in Japanese I can understand why you couldn't find the option lol.

Art on 3/23/2020 4:10:52 PM
The program you use should give you a "save as" or "covert to" option then.

Art on 3/23/2020 3:58:17 PM
You could try gently rubbing the drawing against your computer monitor while making a soft humming noise (make sure to have the artwork facing the screen, not facing you). Alternatively you could use a scanner.

Art on 3/23/2020 1:13:13 PM
I'm confused, do you already have a drawing tablet and just don't know what software to use, or are you looking to somehow convert your drawn art into images?