Terror on the 95th Floor

Player Rating4.12/8

"Too few ratings to be ranked"
based on 64 ratings since 03/29/2014
played 838 times (finished 65)

Story Difficulty6/8

"wandering through the desert"

Play Length5/8

"Not going to lose any sleep"

Maturity Level5/8

"aren't you a little too old to be trick or treating"
Some material may be inappropriate for persons under age 13. If this were a movie, it would probably be PG-13.

You're hard at work in your cubicle in a high-rise downtown office building, when suddenly armed gunmen burst into the room. They spray the room with bullets, killing everybody, except for you, and leave. Thinking everyone in the room is dead, they leave to continue their job. You have to escape, but it will be no easy task.

You will have to rely on any weapons you can find, your knowledge of the building, and most of all, dumb luck to survive. 

This game has several endings, and gameplay relies on trust. It's easy to cheat your way to the end, but much more difficult (and fun) to play the game fairly. So if one of the available actions is "use XXX item" and you have not yet picked up that item, don't click that option. You will be told clearly in the game when you acquire an item.

This is my very first game. If there are any bugs or areas that seem half-assed, please let me know. And if you need help completing the game, message me.

Player Comments

its kinda dumb that you HAVE to have the gn in order to win
-- Gabe405 on 10/19/2017 7:27:29 PM
Awesome
-- corgi213 on 10/15/2017 9:03:14 PM
This was good, but you know you can use basic scripting to stop the player from choosing specific links if they don't have the right item. That way you don't have to keep saying "only go here if you have the broom" - you can stop them from cheating. It would also make this story a lot more immersive.

You can also die on the first page, which will annoy some people.

Otherwise I think it was all right for a first story, there's quite a few choices and you get to pick up items and use them (even if the scripting isn't there).
-- Saika on 9/20/2017 4:50:51 AM
This is boring.
-- Azuan832005 on 6/8/2017 5:50:41 AM
Very well written and imaginative, though there is a lot of cursing.
-- Pinkiepie4449 on 4/2/2015 11:08:17 AM
the story is very well-written and imaginative, and I would rate it 8 if it were not for the issues with the play through. you didn't really seem to grasp how the story editor worked, and there were quite a few issues because of that. otherwise, i loved it.
-- insanebutvain on 8/3/2014 8:15:15 PM
Thanks for the comments. I wasn't sure if I should flesh out the reasoning; I thought that it would distract the player and ultimately wasn't important. I didn't want to get into the classic "I hate my job, and now I find out I'm justified in hating it because it's an evil front for terrorists," shtick. I purposely left the terrorists' background and motive ambiguous, but what I thought was realizing the limits of storytelling was seen by others as laziness.
-- mrpastry909 on 4/3/2014 1:22:52 AM
There's no link restrictions or items, so if you read about having an item on one page, you can have a different one if you choose so in the next. This story could be better if had more of the advanced editor features. As for the story itself, it was okay. The imagery wasn't too graphic, which I suppose was a good thing, especially given the brutality of the situation. Other than that it's pretty much an escape. No character development, no hero development, and a rushed plot...
-- AppDude27 on 4/1/2014 11:59:47 PM
Despite being linear at times, it still managed to
provide an entertaining - albeit largely choiceless
storyline.

-- jigpig7 on 3/31/2014 8:17:35 PM
It really needs the Advanced Editor in order to make the game impossible to cheat with. It's pretty easy to use and makes the game *that* much better.
-- Allusional on 3/30/2014 6:36:44 PM
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