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This is a fairly serious game in the genre of fantasy, Attack on Titan created by Hajime Isayama. In this game the player will act as a character and follow a path. The choices made can affect everything, how the other characters interact and end up, how the player themselves end up...if the player makes the wrong choices...there is no guarantee they'll even live.
A Maze Runner themed story, canon characters involved.
You're stuck in the Maze created by WICKED, who are trying to make a cure by studying the brain activity of youth. You are the new Greenie, the newest to the Glade. The questions now become: What do you become, and will you survive?
Several endings, both positive and negative. This story has plenty of dialogue, by the way. I'm good at that.
A Maze Runner story-game, involves canon characters, a bit complicated, please tell me if something doesn't work, though it all should.
You're re the newest Greenie, and the others Gladers have taken well to you. You note that they seem focused on escaping what looks like paradise. That's when you realize you can't remember anything. Something is definitely wrong.
This game is a fanfiction-work, pretty serious, probably a little humour.
Will be part of a series. I'll make one for the Scorch Trials and The Death Cure if it turns out people like this.
A drama/action/adventure story.
Experience being in the Glade, what life is like there, both the good and the bad, and maybe, just maybe, you'll find a way out. You're the Greenie, being shown the ropes, being tested. Be warned, this game does contain character death, and while there are a good few ways for a good outcome, there are many negative turnouts as well. Will you take a chance?
If this grabs enough attention I might make one for the Scorch Trials too.
Keep in mind I work off of both book and movie knowledge.
Recent PostsAttack on Titan/Shingeki no Kyojin on 8/7/2017 3:10:57 AM
Yeah, I was a BIT disappointed, looking back at Season 2. They seriously downplayed a lot of the events and it annoyed me. I don't mind that they were adding stuff, but they downplayed a lot of stuff, making it not as intense as some scenes should've been. Don't get me wrong, I love the show/manga. Always have, always will. I'm pretty much the ultimate fan of this and have memorized everything by heart, but this was still a bit of a letdown in parts.
Attack on Titan/Shingeki no Kyojin on 7/10/2017 9:43:54 PM
About the first season? Mostly it's all the various plot twists that I like. Also there's some good character development. Main character being a Titan? I'm not a huge fan of the main character, but it DID make things a bit more interesting. Also the opening music is amazing.
What about you, from what you remember? What do you like/hate about it?
Attack on Titan/Shingeki no Kyojin on 7/10/2017 9:42:40 PM
Yeah. Reiner's always been a favourite character of mine, so when I first learned about their secret I wasn't sure if I should be excited for the plot twist or sad because it means there's pretty much a guarantee he's going to die. Bertholt too. Wasn't sure what to think of him except later I hated him.
The art style threw me off a bit too, but I kind of adapted to it. It changed as the manga went on and I'm not sure if it became better or worse. Certainly a little less complete, but very detailed faces and so on.
Attack on Titan/Shingeki no Kyojin on 7/10/2017 4:02:33 AM
Yeah. I kind of wondered what was with the whales and dinosaurs and all. I mean...they've lived in the Walls for a hundred years with little to no knowledge of anything past that, so they wouldn't even know what a whale or dinosaur IS...some people I've heard speculate it's some kind of foreshadowing, but I doubt it.
I do read the manga, and yeah...the plot IS having a bit of a slower pace. I don't mind it all that much, but I do wish they'd pick up the pace just a little. We haven't seen the main cast in forever. The second season was a bit disappointing to me, but I kind of wondered if that was because I could already predict what was going on, having read and caught up with the manga and all, but maybe it was the flashbacks. There's DEFINITELY too many of them.
Is there any particular reason why the art style throws you off in the manga? Is it just that the images don't really seem complete or the shading? They kind of threw me off and I hesitated. I wasn't happy with it at first.
Attack on Titan/Shingeki no Kyojin on 7/10/2017 2:09:07 AM
Anyone wanna talk about the anime and/or manga Attack on Titan? I'm a HUGE fan looking for other fans to just discuss the show with, speculate, theorize or let others know your opinion or ideas from the show/manga. Talk about anything AOT related here, I'd just really want to have some AOT fan friends to talk to at times. :D