betaband, The Dramatist

Member Since

2/20/2012

Last Activity

12/4/2020 12:58 AM

EXP Points

646

Post Count

1967

Storygame Count

4

Duel Stats

109 wins / 104 losses

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Commendations

1

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Storygames

Greek Labyrinth

A CYS where you learn about Greek Mythology while trying to survive in the maze. Please base your ratings off of what you learned instead of the writing.

Scores range from -50 to 300.

Features:

*35 pages

*115 links

*A riddle

*5 Items (they can all be used at least once)

*5 Unique item defaults

*3 Monsters

*Lots of learning


Island Attack: Escape

Second island attack. Now an escape. I noticed that there wasn't much cool technology in the last game, there is more this time. A few things about the game. Health is the most important variable. If you run out of health you die. Also there are awards you can get and at the end of the game you can turn them in for points. If you want to use an item then you have to press the use item button. I won't give you links to make it easy for you. Also there is a hidden ending that you can get that will give you a code to a sort of sequel (hint of you want to get the secret ending you have to get an item by stealing his keys. Lastly if you played Island Attack One then this game will be easier because you will know not to do certain stuff. Now you can play.


Island Attack: Raid

Sci Fi, Serious, Distant Planet Adventure


Under The Bridge

My entry for the 2016 Riddle Storygame Contest.

Honorable Mention: Riddles & Puzzles 2016


Hades
unpublished

You are a prince living a life of luxury. Despite all your servants and concubines you still feel alone. Your only real friend is your dog, Homer. One day Homer chases a hare into a small cave. Upon entering the cave you realize it's much bigger than it's entrance would indicate. Can you save your dog from the living nightmare that is Hades?


The Shtetl
unpublished

A curse comes upon your village that kills your daughter. This is only the start of your troubles.

A horror CYOA taking place in a Yiddish village.


Recent Posts

School Trends on 11/10/2020 10:11:52 PM

I remember silly bands, but I remember them being popular in 2010/2011. 


Interactive FRICTION on 11/10/2020 10:10:27 PM

"I mean seriously, they're THAT threatened by a few insults made on a niche forum?"

They are threatened by the concept of a main character with a set gender, you really think they would be fine with you poking fun at them?


How Do You Make Friends? on 10/17/2020 4:41:49 AM

I think my neck grew some hairs while I read this. 


Interactive FRICTION on 10/7/2020 12:40:42 AM

"Late teens" lmao

Yeah the dude is 15. 

Also did he call us a video game community? I guess technically storygames are videogames but kinda strange to refer to us as a gaming community instead of a writing community. 


anyone wanna collab? on 9/24/2020 11:34:01 PM

Happy birthday!


some movies probably none of you need on 8/25/2020 3:49:20 PM

My point is that because of Star Wars' popularity, a lot of "Sci-Fi" media has moved away from hard Sci-Fi and towards Fantasy with space ships and aliens. I think Black Mirror is the only "hard sci-fi" (at least many of the episodes are) film or movie in recent years to have any sort of popularity. 


some movies probably none of you need on 8/25/2020 3:37:46 PM

Yes. But many people see it as Sci-Fi. 


some movies probably none of you need on 8/25/2020 3:36:08 PM

Science Fiction is totally a genre, but Star Wars fucked up how people see it.


Jew Jitsu! on 8/22/2020 4:03:04 PM

Isn't this just as much a critique of the lack of ethical consumption in capitalism as it is a critique of China's forced labour policies?


Jew Jitsu! on 8/16/2020 4:49:33 PM

Palestine was never independent. Palestine is not even pronouncable in Arabic, it was a term created by the Romans as an act of colonazaiton when they kicked Jews out of Judea. There is no cultural difference between Palestinans in the Gaza Strip and Egyptians or Palestians in the West Bank and Jordanians. The Palestinian independence movement is not about self determination of a "Palestinian" people, it is instead about preventing the self determination of the Jewish people.