AandEcoproductions, The Contributor
Here at AandEcoproductions, we're not stringent on the time period of writing our storygames, but we take them seriously. Writing a storygame is a long, enduring process that requires lots of creativity, revisions, editing, and testing before a game can be released, and we take this into deep consideration before posting any of our games (which is why, as of right now, we don't have any published games yet). But we are working on a few projects that we hope you will all enjoy in the future.
Our favorite storygames to play are not always the role-playing games, but the adventures that allow you to dictate the path of the story- a great example of these types of games are the Princess Pretty storygames in the "love and dating" genre. An example of this game would be:
She opened the door to find none other than
1. Her shrimpy, whiny brother
2. A towering soldier, glaring with intimidation
Let us know if you have any game suggestions that fit this style- we'll gladly play them.
She is a disgrace. She is shameful. And she will no longer remain a part of this family.
So neither will you.
Life has taken many quick and unexpected turns. With your familial reputation stained by your denounced sister Catharine, the Whitmoor family has decided to send you away, their beloved youngest daughter, to live with Aunt Caroline. In a new town unfamiliar with your family's past, you have a chance at securing a good husband and living a life without dishonor. But in the fray of hometown gossip about Catharine's miserable fate, something in your gut tells you that you have yet to learn the truth about why you and your sister were cast away from home in opposite directions...
Search for the truth about Catharine's mysterious past while navigating the treacherous territory of courtship as Olivia Whitmoor in My Sister's Seeker.
Recent PostsNew Site Guidelines on 8/18/2015 5:25:49 PM
I just want to say a quick thank you for reminding all of us authors on the website of the intentions of CYS and the maturity and quality you're looking for in them. I must say that I just started with this website in the past month and though I loved it I knew I was going to have to be VERY careful with the immature and inappropriate content of many people's games I wanted to try out. So thank you and I can't wait to see some new and improved storygames out there, especially after the poor quality game clean up! -E