Gaius, now a God, attempts to avenge his mother's death from his own father, Zeus. What he didn't realized is that making war with the lord of the Gods is not as easy as one would expect. Can he take on all of them on his own? Find out in the second installment of Overthrown!
So, same drill, this storygame is more of a story than a game, so please rate as a story instead of a game. And, just for your information, I'm still trying to get used to the editor and this story writing process, so please bear with me. All comments are appreciated, especially the negative ones so I can make a better Part 3, which as of right now will probably have the conclusion. . .
Something new about the part 2 are hidden battles. In the first part your choices don't matter that much which made the story very linear. In the part 2, I tried to make the story a little bit wider in terms of range by having different kinds of battles between your choices. BEWARE some choices you make can lead to awesome battles which also mean some choices you make can lead to no awesome battles... the point is you should try going back and choosing every option to see all the incredible battles I've stored for you.