Yay or Nay?

Player Rating2.75/8

"Too few ratings to be ranked"
based on 73 ratings since 01/29/2017
played 341 times (finished 82)

Story Difficulty3/8

"trek through the forest"

Play Length2/8

"So short yo' momma thought it was a recipe"

Maturity Level3/8

"must be at least this tall to play"
Contains content that may not be suitable for persons under age 10. If this were a movie, it would probably be between G and PG.



A short game that is more like a test of what choice one would make in different situations

(Note: It is a short escape game)

Player Comments

It is a fun game (: But it would be a seriously bad idea to jump out a window (unless the building was on fire and that was the only way out). It would be better to make a rope, find a phone, or find a way to signal people down below. And if you are in a dream you will wake up eventually... it would be interesting if you could could go back and find the brick door open... (:
-- (: on 3/11/2018 9:12:51 PM
It's was short and fun like FNAF 3 when you play as that little boy who was dreaming the whole thing than dies
-- TheCrazyDoc on 2/5/2018 3:25:56 AM
I wouldn't jump out a window even if I KNEW I was asleep!

Interesting way of doing it, but the yay or nay choice is a bit boring. I'd rather you could look around the room in the order of your choosing, not desk, then closet, then sofa, bed, and fish tank.

Could've had more description, short sentences in a story like an escape room, or any story, just aren't interesting enough. There were a few longer pages, but this was an extremely short story.

If this was a test to see if people like yes or no stories, and you wanted to know if you should make more like it, I say no. A storygame with choices that are more than just a yes or a no are usually the kind that interests people. If it had more creative choices, more choices, and more description, this would have been an awesome game.

The plot is good, having it be a dream you need to escape, but with some backstory so you can know more about the character it would be even better.(plus more description and choices)

I rated this 3/8, but this can turn into a great story with a little more work.
-- BunnyCatMouse99100 on 2/5/2018 1:10:33 AM
First of all, I'm started and almost finished my first story, almost like you. (Just note that)
I would like from you to add more options to your story and maybe some drama, because I feel while I'm reading your story a bit tired and bored at the same time, I am liking reading short stories but not stories that have only two options and there's nothing special about it.
And one more thing that I noticed is that your story is too long for the door events (4 or 5 to enter or not) and it's a bit messed up.
I'm recommending you to think about good story that have something special and some more options to choose from.
Final rating: 2/8.
-- TheGamerKing777 on 12/23/2017 3:02:00 PM
You literally could have had any program containing Mickey Mouse play on the television. Why Fantasia?

A mediocre game. It would be much better with more than two options for each page; not that each page has to have several continuing leads, it just makes for a more interesting experience than literally having YES/NO being shoved into your face.

Good luck next time. :^)
-- ZagHero on 8/18/2017 2:52:40 AM
Imagine if every story on this site was just Yay or Nay. You can't choose this option, you can't choose that one...nope, it's either Y/N or go home.
-- Saika on 5/22/2017 6:45:10 AM
It could be better. You need to put more options on what you can do in it, as well as adding more detail to give it more of a story so our minds can really get into it. Not terrible though.
-- RainbowDash on 3/26/2017 3:52:23 AM
i liked it
-- hunter janos on 3/14/2017 5:07:32 AM
It was fun it's like the game you play once you download it of the app store the "Can you escape?" game i give it a 4/8.
-- MillenniumDawn on 3/1/2017 6:23:16 PM
The only options you have are "Yay" and "Nay", and you have little control of what happens as the story progresses. I do not believe this will be published much longer.

The writing is simple and provides little detail of the surroundings and the situation. There's not much at all to this story, with about ten words per page and it turns very repetitive.

There is little to no plot in this story, and in my opinion, that doesn't make it a storygame at all. A good story needs a developed plot, characters, and challenges/problems that should be overcome. Sure, they're are problems here but they are rather dry and simple.

-- Nyctophilia on 2/16/2017 10:06:35 AM
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