YOUR story (of how you died)

Player Rating2.91/8

"Too few ratings to be ranked"
based on 50 ratings since 08/18/2017
played 388 times (finished 53)

Story Difficulty3/8

"trek through the forest"

Play Length4/8

"A well spent lunch break"

Maturity Level4/8

"need to be accompanied by an adult"
Contains content that may not be suitable for persons under age 13. If this were a movie, it would probably be PG.

Like the title said, it's a game about finding out the story of how you died by exploring the unknown for clues, and remember only one truth prevails!

Player Comments

This is a very interesting idea, I would like to see something like this where you can be a detective and use clues to find a culprit. (: Personally, I prefer happy endings that would make sense if the story were true, but I make exceptions sometimes when the endings are not completely bad.
-- (: on 3/11/2018 8:27:20 PM
This honestly really hooked me in, but is some grammar problems. Other than that, it's great. Keep up the hard work!
-- CollinFrantz on 9/10/2017 5:54:48 PM
Very creative and interesting concept, I'd love to see this story developed into something longer.
-- corgi213 on 9/1/2017 12:35:21 AM
Okay, this was interesting, although I solved the 'mystery' after going through 'The Wolf door' (You don't capitalize 'Wolf' in this situation). Along with multiple errors in your grammar and the odd, unnecessary changes in text background color (probably due to copying and pasting), and font size, it DID keep me interested, regardless of my almost immediate conclusion.

'They become more bulgy'. I love this short sentence. 'They become more bulgy'. That's just funny. Anyways, I recommend going through your story, revising and editing before publishing it. This was short, but it did feel necessary. You do have a talent, and I hope to see you improve upon this!

But, however, the purpose of 'Choose Your Story' is to 'choose your story'. There were no true choices to be made that affected the story, thus making this a 'story', not a 'choose your story'.

The story felt rather linear, well, it actually IS linear, I'm just trying to sugar coat it.
The cliff hanger at the ending was, well, unnecessary, but I understand why you used it. In many situations, good story-telling comes with a good cliff hanger. This, as I've stated before, is set as a story, not a choose your own adventure. Maybe improving this and giving it separate endings will make it fit in far more. Anyways, your writing skills are pretty good compared to many others, so keep it up! I'm positive you will learn from this and become better!
-- Comic on 8/30/2017 11:21:51 AM
Pretty confusing but then understood, 10 out of 10
-- Random... on 8/20/2017 8:35:02 PM
The full story 'experience' apparently depends entirely on being directly told by the author to select one choice after another in a particular order. There are no scripts to enforce this however and it's completely linear either way, so once I realized what was up I just rapidly clicked my way through to the end without bothering to read it. I think the big twist was that you were a werewolf or something?
-- mizal on 8/19/2017 10:32:51 AM
It was very linear, and I'm rather disappointed with the ending. Not sure what else to say since the writing was better than most of the stories uploaded recently, but the reasoning of certain things were rather confusing to me.
-- Seto on 8/18/2017 2:41:47 PM
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