SonicTurboTurtle, The Dramatist

Member Since

6/26/2015

Last Activity

2/21/2017 8:29 PM

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976

Post Count

780

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0

Duel Stats

34 wins / 32 losses

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Murp.

The gloom fills my entire being. My soul burns with satisfaction. The gristly powers of my overlord trickle unto me.

I have made the right decision.

My world revolves around you, Master.

I shall do your bidding.

I shall bring on destruction at the wave of your hand.

I will be the instrument of your internal darkness.

I am your puppet, do with me as you will.

I am a servant, eager to fulfill your commands.

I am the clay of forbidden power, and I await to be molded by your sinister hands.

You hold the strings of my life in your grasp, temporaryaccount.

Here's the link for the in progress thread for Guide to surviving the apocalypse ep.1: In The Pines

http://chooseyourstory.com/forums/writing-workshop/message/18040

 

 

 

 

"It takes actually surviving through a terror-filled or horrifying experience, to write a realistic and gripping horror story that truly haunts your readers."-breezy134

"Because kids are dumb."- Mizal

"To shine bright like the sun, first you must learn to burn like it."- Adolf Hitler 

 

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Storygames

I'm bored
unpublished

If you are bored out of your mind right now. Then welcome to the ultimate boredom killer! In this game lies many mini games and short stories to choose from. This is definitely more storyGAME than STORYgame.

(Add Concious/Unconcious and Destroy Google+.)


Kirby's adventure
unpublished

Lost in Pong
unpublished

This is my contest entry for GMB13carat's fanfiction contest.


The most expansive storygame ever.
unpublished

Are you sick and tired of linear storygames? Well then you came to the right...link. In this game, no two playthroughs are alike. You can be going on many many different adventures.

This game is based off of my other series "Bob the chicken." It was also a sandbox kind of game just like this. But this will take it to the next level!


Recent Posts

What we've learned on 2/5/2017 4:26:31 PM

CYS was my first time on an internet forum. Seriously didn't know what the hell they were a year and a half ago. Also I learned to write here because of the articles. Thanks for the amazing english grades, articles. ;)


New restriction on refugees/Building a wall on 1/27/2017 8:29:15 PM

Lol. "Alternative facts".

Edit: Also I like how twitter is now a valid form of communication between the leaders of countries.


political compass on 1/23/2017 2:25:05 AM

Great, I wasn't too far off. I might show this site to my socials teacher, he's really into politics and I'm curious of where he stands.


political compass on 1/23/2017 12:30:59 AM

Hmm... I'm curious to see where Trump appears on the compass. Probably close to Authoritarian, but not sure in terms of left and right. I guess I just don't have enough knowledge about politics to make any specific guesses.


v20170005 Update on 1/22/2017 11:33:28 PM

Oh, nice. Must've missed that one. My bad.


v20170005 Update on 1/22/2017 11:30:59 PM

Great. The ratings are back, but they are using decimals now. I actually kinda like it better like this, now I can see a more specific rating for storygames. Can you keep it like this, 3J? XD


Monster Killer: Randomly Walk Tri on 1/22/2017 6:04:36 PM

Agreed. I mean I would know...


CYOA vs. CYS on 1/22/2017 5:48:28 PM

I guess CYS makes it easier to explore some really complex environments with many smaller things to look at or examine because it's all digital. Imagine having to flip to a certain page in a book just to see three sentences describing said thing, not to mention the waste of paper, making the book dozens of extra pages longer than it needs to be. So, in my opinion, those kinds of explorable environments should remain digital.


CYOA vs. CYS on 1/22/2017 4:14:48 PM

My only experiences with CYOA has been those Club Penguin pick your path books, and Steve Jackson's Fighting Fantasy books. Steve Jackson's books had a lot of exploration and rpg elements, and many paths would? take you back to a place where you were before. Especially in ones like Forest of Doom and Sorcery. So my experience with CYOA is pretty different from yours. ?But the Club Penguin books I used to read would only be one way, just like you said, except they were like 80 pages long and with 15 or so endings so backtracking wasn't too hard.

So to answer: I don't think it's too important to have a link to go back on a fairly short Storygame like a 4/8 length. But on a really long one, like with a length of 6 or higher, it wouldn't be a bad idea to implement one where logical. Then again, there's always the Go Back button.


v20170001 Update on 1/9/2017 10:52:13 PM

Ah, okay. No biggie then.