Wheeler & Brandt LLP

Player Rating4.34/8

"Too few ratings to be ranked"
based on 35 ratings since 04/26/2018
played 319 times (finished 16)

Story Difficulty3/8

"trek through the forest"

Play Length6/8

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

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.

WARNING: There isn't much by way of blatantly graphic sex in this storygame, but there are plenty of deviant erotic situations, including some pretty rapey ones. If such scenarios disturb you, this storygame probably isn't for you.

At its core, this storygame is a tale of a screwed up BDSM relationship, which you cultivate as the ultimate "sub." The goal of this storygame is to get your boss to engage in as many "unprofessional" acts as possible, and to eventually sway him into falling for you, all without getting fired along the way. If you make the right decisions, the game escalates from event to event, bringing you closer and closer to a relationship with your boss. It's pretty linear, and you'll know for certain if you get the "winning" ending. Let's just say it will involve a leash and some public humiliation.

You work in a small law firm, performing both receptionist and data entry roles. Your job is thankless and tedious, but one thing keeps you coming back: your boss, Brandon Wheeler. Aloof and dispassionate, Wheeler exudes a muted but overwhelming power you find irresistible, and you are determined to tame that power, even if it costs you your career.

Player Comments

Interesting warning on the initial page. Probably a needed warning these days, and a good one to put on this site. I’m glad to see the maturity level selected matches the rating. At the same time, you also freely admit that the story is linear. Well, that certainly lowers my expectations for this one.

I do like the font layout, colors, and design. It is nice to see something other than just the black on white, but of course the black on white does work, too. I was a little lost in the first two paragraphs. The story starts out talking about jobs, reasons for working, and about me. Then it mentioned two people without naming them. In the next paragraph it talks about a couple guys. Are these the same two from paragraph one? They don’t seem like it, and there doesn’t seem to be a connection between these two paragraphs. I’m not sure how to fix that, but they don’t seem related at all. Then in paragraph three, there is suddenly an “Everyone else.” I was getting the feeling there were just three people at the firm, but now there’s a whole pile more. And it is not until the end of the third paragraph do we really get to the idea that I’m attracted to him. I wonder if that’s not important enough to be earlier in the story, perhaps building from me, my job, attractions, then the firm?

There is a clear setting at this point and good descriptions. I’m still confused where “Everyone else” is because it sounds like it is just the two of us in the office. I’m not a huge fan of the link without choices, but in this case because it is another day, it works quite well. The descriptions throughout the rest of the game are good and help to immerse you in the story. You did mention the linearity of the story which becomes more obvious as you select more options. Some places the choices appeared to be the classic “death or right choice” options. Overall a well-written story, but certainly rated 7/8 maturity.
-- Ogre11 on 5/8/2018 3:55:06 PM with a score of 0
Had to unpublish and republish to fix the background pictures due to my image hosting site dying. Sorry.
-- Fluxion on 4/26/2018 4:32:17 AM with a score of 0
I wondered how this could be rated so low when the writing itself is above average, but then I got to clicking and this whole thing is unfortunately pretty linear. All the choices that don't end the game just very very slightly change the way the exact same events play out.

I didn't particularly care for the protagonist, in fact I was kind of rolling my eyes even at the first page what with the whole 'ooh he's so cruel and demeaning but I'm helplessly attracted to him anyway!' characterization. But at the same time I feel like if you're going to go that route and saddle us with this broke-brained whore you might as well embrace it; you probably could've gone a lot farther with this.

I did laugh out loud at the conclusion of the trial and the wedding, though.
-- mizal on 3/13/2018 11:14:28 PM with a score of 0
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