A Yearly Exam of Seasonfield High University

Player Rating4.14/8

"#270 overall, #4 for 2010"
based on 226 ratings since 08/18/2010
played 5,446 times (finished 347)

Story Difficulty8/8

"mosie through a minefield"

Play Length6/8

"It'll be a while, better grab a SnickersĀ®"

Maturity Level7/8

"anything goes"
Some material may be inappropriate for persons under age 18. If this were a movie, it would probably be R.

(Note: This is my first story)

The plot is pretty simple and short. I got a lot of the story ideas from my weird educational nightmares.

You play as a 12.5th grade student named Ron H. He goes to the school: Seasonfield High University. The student grades range from 6-16. Everyone wears uniforms, even the teachers. All uniforms have name tags on them, labeling the student's or teacher's name. For students, the tags also labels grade. When you play as Ron, he is at the age of 17 and chooses to major in Chemistry for his educational path.

Your objective is to pass your chemistry exam.DSCN1770_resize.jpg

I know that this story needs gammer and spelling corrections. If you wish to comment on what I should improve for my stories, then that would be great. I plan to come back to this story in a month or so to edit it more.

 I just hope you all enjoy.

(Note: I own none of the pictures used.)

Player Comments

I came to the School-Based games, expecting something different. I didn't know what to expect, but it wasn't this. I really enjoyed it! Sure, the grammar isn't the best, but the story was consistent, diverse, action packed, and hilarious (I joined the military at the end)!

This story is definitely worth reading, but maybe a revision to correct grammar and/or any other mistakes throughout it would make this far more popular of a story. I do recommend this to people looking for laughs, as this is definitely far more entertaining than any old exam. I enjoyed the images you used throughout the story as well, as they helped in the narrative to imaging certain characters and settings.

Although, most of the characters seemed to be plot devices rather than characters, with them all being thrown left and right, I did enjoy the characters you spent time developing. The choices were diverse, the story was long, and it kept me reading. These are the types of stories I came here to read, so thank you for the experience!
-- Comic on 8/29/2017 1:59:19 PM
Interesting :)

I liked the premise of this story, a literal death quiz and one incorrect question meaning death for the unfortunate student. There was also a pretty good variety of pictures that were used in this. But there was some things that I found myself rather perplexed about as I read.

Things such as the motivations of certain characters, and factions and certain actions that they did. Also, there was some issues with grammar that was rather jarring. This story would've certainly benefited from more thorough proofreading.

The effort that was put into this is very apparent however. There's no shortage of choices and that gives this game some good replay value, as I never felt like the story was locking me into one path that I had to take. Even the beginning, many choices are offered in how to get past the exam.

So excellent job on providing many branching paths for the reader. There was one issue in which the teacher who should of been *spoiler* dead earlier, returns in the climax of the story. I found that rather odd to be honest, and that effected my immersion of the story quite a bit.

Those issues aside, this storygame was fun. The lack of polish is the only thing that unfortunately holds it back from being more enjoyable.
-- TharaApples on 1/15/2017 3:37:03 PM
Very good effort for a first game but you've got a lot of problems. Primarily, it always irks me when someone posts "there are a lot of spelling errors and grammatical errors" on the description page. If that's the case, why don't you fix them? In fact, why weren't you writing with a spellchecker in the first place? Beyond that though, you had two other problems. Clarity. You didn't do a great job of introducing the situation, it was often times difficult to understand exactly where I was or what I was doing or why. At one point you were talking about a special book but then I never heard mention of that again. There were a bunch of poorly introduced factions and groups and it was obviously unrealistic. The final problem was continuity. I killed Mr. Teacher in the beginning but then later on, I have to duel him? Why did the teachers attack the military alliance? It was all way too co
-- JJJ-thebanisher on 8/18/2010 3:40:21 PM
It was really entertaining and certainly not what I was expecting! Well done~
-- wheredidringo on 10/15/2017 9:32:39 PM
Oh ha ha i got the exact same mcq's for my eighth grade chemistry class and you call that 12.5 standard basics
-- Tkrocks on 8/13/2017 3:29:36 PM
That was fun
-- Robin8 on 7/9/2017 7:11:58 PM
Terrifying, but a great concept.
-- Rabbitlover on 3/27/2017 12:24:17 PM
Extremely difficult to play due to the horrendous amount of grammatical errors. Storyline was not solid. Not worth the time. Sorry. :((
-- Quorrah on 12/24/2016 5:20:43 PM
Meh it was a ok attempt
-- CeruleanFlare on 12/15/2016 10:02:17 PM
I won. I want to become a chemical engineer when i grow up. I didn't ever press the back button! woohooo!
-- DRAGONEREST on 7/24/2016 1:28:07 PM
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