jster02, The Contributor

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9/20/2019 7:52 PM

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2 wins / 2 losses





I could spend hours writing up a huge bio for my profile page, but to be honest, that feels a bit too much like procrastination right now.  Does anyone even read these things?  (Aside from me, of course.  I have this weird habit of clicking all the profile links under the "who's online" section of the site when I really should be being productive).

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A summer in Maycome

This is a serious game based on the events of "To Kill A Mockingbird" By Harper Lee

This is a school project, so I have a deadline.  I can eventually add on to it if necessary.

Thanks to all of you who commented on my last story game,  I really appreciate it.

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May contain spoilers for the "To Kill A Mockingbird" book.

This story game is from the viewpoint of Dill from "To Kill A Mockingbird."   

Any options in quotes are options for you to talk.

In a Cave...

You are in a cave.

It is dark.

You cannot seem to remember how you got there.

What do you do?


This is my first Storygame, please enjoy


I am sorry for any grammar/mechanical errors I may have missed, please tell me about any you come across if it's not too much trouble.


The headings on the pages are only titles, and are not important to the story.


Rated 4 for some mild spooky ness.


Please enjoy!


You wake up in the middle of the forest at night, with no memory of how you got there.  All you have is a backpack full of Cheez-Its and other essential supplies, along your own wits to help you on your way.  As you explore this strange land, you'll find things you never knew could exist, (at least, not that you can remember).  You'll meet strange creatures, some friend, others not, and maybe, just maybe, recover your lost memories...


My (rather rushed), entry for the Lone Hero contest.  I'll be the first to admit that not all the endings will make you any sort of hero, lone or otherwise, (mainly the ones where you run away from just about every source of conflict, and/or die).  But if you're brave enough to do what you think is right, even though it may result in your untimely demise, you may just make yourself a hero yet.  In that light, I guess you could say you're a reluctant Lone Hero.  

While each route of this story can be understood to some degree on it's own, it is important to play every branch to fully understand the greater story that's being told.  I have no intention of revealing everything on the first play through, you'll have to take the time to explore everything to learn all it's secrets.


By the way, on the off chance that you find any glitches or bugs, please tell me.  I'd like to know so I can fix them.

The Hamburger Effect

Yesterday morning, a mysterious energy wave swept across the city, sending roughly half the population into inexplicable hallucinations and delusions. Hospitals overflowed with victims of mental trauma as government officials scrambled to find the source of the chaos. It was, as one reporter put it, "as if someone had spiked everyone's coffee with LSD."

Thankfully, most patients recovered quickly from their delusions, but there still remains a lingering fear that such an incident may occur again. Many theories float around as to the origin of these mysterious energy signals, ranging from terrorist attacks to alien invasion. Most speculations thus far are unfounded, but your department of the FBI seems to have found something that may just point towards the truth of what really happened that clear winters day. With satellite footage, your department has pinpointed the epicenter of the wave. A lonely little McDonalds near the edge of the city limits.



- Uncover the dark secrets of the McDonalds empire

- Solve puzzles to unlock new areas and interactions

- Explore the parts of McDonalds you never knew existed



Recent Posts

Area 51 raid on 9/19/2019 6:56:26 PM

I'm almost certian a quite a few people are going to show up and watch, but I wonder how many will be brave/stupid enough to actually try to go in. Guess we'll just have to wait and see.  I wont be going, (can't exactly skip school to head out to nevada for the weekend).  Still, it's really cool to see the internet banding together like this.  Hopefully no-one winds up dead/in jail, though I'm sure many will...

CYS Book Club: Book Six on 9/18/2019 11:43:52 PM

Oh wow!  This is a nice surprise.  Thanks Bill!

RIP Serpent on 8/27/2019 9:16:26 AM

Serpent: master of disguise.  He could join the FBI if he wanted.  Or whatever part of the government does that sort of thing.

RIP Serpent on 8/26/2019 10:19:32 PM

I’d say there’s hope yet.  I joined the site at around twelve, and now I’ve actually finished a somewhat decent story game..  I was never banned, to be fair, but I was shamed.  After that I left for a while, then returned to clear my name.  It took a lot of practice and failed projects to actually finish something and be productive, but I got there eventually.  Everyone does, if they really care about their craft.  Heck, I've seen a writing community full of people under 18, dedicated to reviewing works and improving.  It was actually quite productive.  For that reason, I hope someday, we’ll see him return.  From what you’ve said, he’s already proven he’s got what it takes.

RIP Serpent on 8/26/2019 7:46:24 PM

Good to know.  Shouldn't be any problem there.

RIP Serpent on 8/26/2019 7:02:02 PM

Is there a list of specific bannable offenses here, or is it just a general “don’t be stupid and we’ll keep you around,” rule?  I ask because there’s nothing regarding impersonation in the site guidelines (unless I’m blind and missed it, which has happened before).  Granted, it is a rather specific crime, so I doubt it’d warrant any mention, but even still.  I’m partly asking because I’ve seen a lot of talk about random noobs being banned, and I don’t want that to be me.  (Not to say I’m worried.  I’ve no intention of trolling, etc).

Wardens, lmao on 8/26/2019 6:34:33 PM

Interesting, but then people might just flock to the best order, and then it’d REALLY be stacked.  Perhaps if you had to trade places with someone else in that order, things might stay balanced.  Or if all the commendations you earned stayed with the order you earned them in, even after you switched 



Wardens, lmao: An in-depth explanation by Tim on 8/26/2019 2:49:49 PM

That does sound kinda dangerous, come to think of it...

Wardens, lmao: An in-depth explanation by Tim on 8/26/2019 2:17:22 PM

What if each group had a mod assigned the designated leader?  That would certainly even things out a little, and it'd be funny to watch them compete with one another.

Rip on 8/25/2019 3:47:19 PM

*sigh*  guess it’s back to the unemployment office for me.  I thought my heritage would get me free stuff, but apparently I have to actually work for a living like everyone else.  What a shame.