Deven711, The Dramatist
This is a spoof off of Friday the 13th. This game is about the 2 new evil zombies named Tiff and Tuff that go on a killing rampage after being burned down by the people who began convincing Nintendo to cancel the Kirby cartoon. You now have to help destroy them. Will you succeed though? That all depends on the game!
Descriptors: Blood, Fantasy Violence, Comic Mischief
The Kirby cartoon has been hated by a lot of people. You hate it so much that you want it cancelled. Good luck at cancelling it!
UPDATE!! NOW Round 3 is up! I promise! I fixed an error in it that sends you to the "Coming Soon!" page. It's here for real now! NOW test your skill at a higher difficulty!
Go back in time and change the game!
They finally return...after four months, Tiff and Tuff snap and try to find a way out of Hell. When they find no way, they send out some minions to Earth, swim into the Sea of Japan, and retrieve the crystal. With the crystal, they can reawaken Yoshikawa and steal his power so they can use it to open the portal so they can finally escape and once again wreak havoc. Good luck in this new adventure!
And you thought The Final Chapter would be my last game! HA! Anyway, this continues the Homeropolis series and goes to you, who, after finding out about 4-Kids and their resurrecting, you set off to stop their evil plans. It's all up to you! But you'll be surprised at who they also hire.
UPDATE 9/22/06: I added a level select cheat. See if you can guess where it is.
UPDATE 8/27/06: I finally finished all the secret bosses. There may be some dead links in the Venger battle. But I'll fix them later. For now, enjoy the secret ending!
UPDATE 11/14/05: I added some items and changed the Giant Ursula battle music. The secret page is under construction though.
UPDATE 11/17/05: I fixed up some bugs. It should be good now.
UPDATE 3/12/06: I added two secret bosses. One's almost completely finished and the other's not even close. I'll just post this to see how you think of them.
This game will rip your tongue off!
It's September the 14th Math!! Tiff and Tuff have escaped from the depths of Hell and now they're using the physics of Math to spazify good TV Shows! Stop them by solving math equations because learning is fun! And thinking hurts your brain! YAY!!!
Notice: Beat September the 14th 1 in order to read the description.
Where we last left off, TV was filled with crappy, moronic shows that were going to have their own eternal marathons. You teamed up with your girl/boyfriend and put a stop to that though. You defeated all the spazzy characters and defeated the spazoids. Tiff and Tuff transformed into a gigantic beast named Toff, who you defeated with your rocket launcher. Toff seperated back into Tiff and Tuff and you finished off the 2 and killed them. They died just like their first death before they arose from the dead and spread evil all over TV. Now here's the sequel, which starts from the end of the first one.
Descriptors: Blood, Fantasy Violence, Comic Mischief
MORE Terror Descriptors: Blood, Fantasy Violence, Comic Mischief
best video game companies to make games starring them! Can you defeat them a fifth time?
Tiff and Tuff have once again escaped from their casket and this time, they decided to help bring Barney back to life and give him a few adjustment he needs to have enough strength to finally destroy you. Let's see what happens! Play now to find out for yourself!
UPDATE 12/18/05: I changed this to an advanced game. Now it's a lot better!
UPDATE!! I changed the music in Part 2 of the ending! Go check it out! It's better!
My return to the world of CYOAs. I hope that this one is better than my previous ones.
This test is based off the game, Shadow the Hedgehog. It will determined your personality and your purposes. WARNING: Spoilers to the game!
Pikachu and Links adventure.
Recent PostsI realized something about an old story I made. on 12/17/2020 10:20:22 PM
In this game I made years back, a far off sequel to the Final Chapter of the September the 14th series, the protagonist goes on an adventure with Homer Simpson and Peter Griffin (it's complicated) through different forms of media in an uninspired, directionless romp.The first stage has you murdering characters from cancelled cartoons, and the first secret boss leads to a dead end when you beat him. The second stage has you fighting video game villains, namably Bowser, Ganondorf, Mewtwo, and finally, Sephiroth. As of recently, all four of them are playable in Smash. Even better, when you use the ring to unlock the secret boss, Bowser drop kicks Sephiroth, basically predicting Bowser's updated forward smash and back air in Smash 4 onward.
Sometimes, I simply like having a lookback to my past. My old stories still suck, but there's a sort of...charm to them that keeps me coming back. How good it felt to simply not care too much and just have fun. Not that I would ever let the quality of any of my YouTube or writing go to ruin with this sort of mentality, as I'm keeping it in the past.
Nobody had a perfect childhood. Writing was my way of coping. But back then, I simply did it for the sake of playing god and taking my stress out on imaginary ants in the imaginary ant farms that were the universes I threw together.
If the world tossed me back and forth like a wet rag, why couldn't I have something or someone to kick around? I didn't have the heart to do that to anyone in waking life, nor the nerve, and mom wouldn't let us have GTA for obvious reasons, so I simply did it to fictional characters.
Just saying hi. on 9/14/2020 8:19:16 PM
I decided, in light of today, to stop by and say hello. Been a while since I was on this site, but it's nice to stop by memory lane and look at my old stuff.
Happy September the 14th and all... on 9/14/2016 8:21:10 AM
Or, as I like to call it, "What the Fuck Have I Created When I Was A Teenage Shit Day?"
In my defense, I used this site more as an escape than to actually write stories. I think one of the most likable I've read thus far was Part VI for being just a little more deep and not killing all of the characters. Similarly, Part III missed quite the opportunity with the destruction with Thomas the Tank Engine. Had it not been for Tiff and Tuff assuring the protagonist that Thomas was with them all along, this could've added a major plot twist where said protagonist figures that there is much more to these "spazoids" than just childen's cartoons left to dawn on airwaves and ruin adult entertainment. However, being the naive shit I was, I had no idea that the animes I hated most sucked ass because of the dubbing. Hell, Kirby's dub wasn't even that bad. Okay, so it was pretty terrible, especially with pushing episodes 96-97 forward to promote Kirby Air Ride. Bastards. That aside, it was not only on account of my complete lack of research, lack of any real protagonist and trying too hard to appeal to all genders and sexual orientations, hence your "girl/boyfriend" named "Moe/Mary", but on account of being abused by my middle brother of the family and attempting to protect myself by attempting to drive these things away. Hell, most of these featured I've never even for myself back then, nor have I now, but I've heard very good things about. On the contrary, the true shitty cartoons were depicted as allies (The Loonatics in May the 28th. Less we say about that, the better.)
Anyway, I just wanted to talk about an old CYOA I made over ten years ago, and explain why and how it came to exist in the first place. Thanks.
I wrote a review for one of my own games. on 2/6/2015 6:12:12 PM
No. Not only do these hold some slight sentimental value to me, but they are a bit unintentionally comedic, contrary to the broken difficulty and simplistic writing style.
There are people who feel the same. I feel we should laugh a bit and take these stories as examples of how NOT to make a series.
I don't hate my younger self. His work is questionable, sure, but his years were quite challenging for him. Just about everyone mistreated him, people at school, his middle brother. He also never had any close friends. When he wasn't writing stories, he was either being made fun of or beaten for his interests in Mario and cartoons, or he was secluded within his room, playing his Nintendo GameCube.
I wrote a review for one of my own games. on 2/6/2015 4:55:25 PM
This is for the sixth installment of...the September the 14th series.
If you are reading this from ten years in the past, my younger self, you suck at writing.
While I will admit, you have worked quite hard with this series and managed to finish every single chapter, you still not only rushed, but severely half-assed the character design.
Female character? She can cry and get emotional. Villain? Laugh, monologue, I'M A GOD!
Also, when using terms such as "You" and "your name here", aren't you actually referring to your egotistical self. Obviously, we all share the same perspective, as one single anime dubbing company who have broadcasted and censored anime for children that would otherwise be targeted for an older demographic has led us into fearing that all our favorite"adult-oriented" television programs and media would be altered by two major characters from the ONE dub that actually wasn't as bad, would come to unleash hell upon the town by awkwardly changing said demographic of said adult-targeted television shows to younger children.
This is one of your best, and that's not saying much. These all suck.
Don't change a thing.
-Your Older Self
September the 14th: Part VI: Barney Lives on 1/14/2015 12:11:34 PM
Use the gold medal upon encountering Scar. Don't select any options, and go for your Gold Medal.
September the 14th: Part VI: Barney Lives on 1/10/2015 11:16:25 AM
I'm aware of the pic. I don't change it because it's a part of my history. It serves as a reminder of the past, no matter how truly good, bad, or cringeworthy it was. That no author is without sin.
September the 14th: Part VI: Barney Lives on 1/8/2015 11:13:37 PM
Creator here. Made as a tween-ager. Still cringe at it.
Scar is impossible unless you select the "Across the Island" option, where you'll
come across Timon and Pumbaa. Complete the training and get the Gold Medal.
(Past Me quite obviously wasn't too fond of "doing research" on this film)
Now you may confront Scar. You'll see a page that will give you the option to:
"Click here if you went to the cavern with the cubs and hyenas" or some shit.
Anyway, go into your inventory and select the Gold Medal, and
Scar will become beatable.
Good luck, my friend. Congratulations on reaching Phase 6 of your journey through this COLOSSAL mind fucking and half-assed excuse for "human imagination".
Sorry for making this. Truly, I see my former self and I as two completely different people. This boy only wrote so he could have a world to call his own, complete with an artificial sense of worth and lazy character design. Also, he apparently didn't have the balls to create a distinguished character other than the reader, and had to give the love interest two different names. Why the hell not a simple unisex name, you confused fuck?
His half-assed writing ability is understandable, for his only knowledge of the world outside his own, aside from the school he went to and his immediate family, was the judgmental, antagonistic bully who was his older, middle brother.
These creations originate from him fighting back against his childhood, struggling too hard to "grow up", shunning away his old interests, along with anything even slightly targeted at children.
Good luck on your quest, buddy. Here's to your sanity and intelligence level making it out alive.
I wrote a Creepypasta on 10/26/2013 12:48:30 PM
She's Gone, Woody
Need ideas for next story game! on 7/26/2013 4:30:57 PM
Although the toilet seat one's original, but I dunno how to make that into an adventure game.