Player Comments on The Jungle Book
This story reminds me of the Disney movie titled "The Jungle Book", where a boy named Mowgli ends up in a jungle, and a bear named Baloo, called by Mowgli as "Old Papa Bear", takes care of him and protects him from danger. It also reminds me of "Tarazan" that Disney movie where a man raised by gorillas has to figure out where he really belongs when a woman named "Jane Porter" comes into his life and he falls in love with her. haven't seen the movies yet though, hope to see them soon! :3
— Bliss on 11/6/2022 6:52:11 PM with a score of 3
I’ve enjoyed a lot to follow William on his adventures, battling with his family, typical British Empire subjects, and other ones, and meeting interesting people!
Nice to have a say in the story too!
A few incongruities, but the story generally holds itself together..
Having tried the different options, some quickly come to the same outcome.
— Marie-Claire on 8/30/2020 1:00:41 PM with a score of 3
interesting and unpredictable, very well researched
— penguin on 8/30/2020 12:02:20 PM with a score of 1
There were a few grammatical errors ; very small in detail however. Overall a good read!
— Jezzaaz on 8/30/2020 11:45:03 AM with a score of 0
Absolutely topping. Completely engrossed in the story, felt like we were there. Very descriptive and imaginative. Nice one!
— Emdizzlewizzledawg on 8/14/2020 5:28:21 PM with a score of 3
Alright this story wasn't the worst thing I've ever read. It wasn't the best either. I think that is in large part to do with me not being a huge fan of the setting. I mean the setting was okay, but I don't find the idea of going into a jungle to track down a ape that exciting myself. I mean half the game isn't even in the jungle! Also there is the name. Why? It doesn't seem to be a good idea in any regard. This isn't a fan fiction so I'm unsure why you would name it after a famous movie. There is also the font. I didn't hate it as much as mizal did, but I wasn't that big of a fan of it.
So the branching was the most okay thing about this story. At the start there are many paths, and while they all end pretty early besides the one that takes you into the jungle, they are there and have a lot of endings between them. I think it was about 8, which is really impressive. Now inside the jungle you make all these desiseons, and one path is clearly the true ending, where you find the beast. There are so many endings in this story, and it's pretty impressive given the word count.
There is also the protag. I like his background, and how he wants to break free. A noble who feels restriced and wants to look for a beast. The story has an okay set up, but the setting wasn't really for me.
In conclusion, this story wasn't really for me. I liked the story, but I didn't really love it. It was put together pretty well, but it just wasn't for me. I'm sure there are other people who will get more enjoyment out of this than me, and for that I'm giving this story a ?
on 7/26/2020 12:26:29 AM with a score of 1
I really enjoyed this game. Very well written. I definitely got invested with the story, the setting and the characters. Also, spelling and grammar were great and replayability was decent.
To be honest, I found the hidden tribe a lot more interesting than the bones of some random big monkey, and once I joined the tribe, finding the monkey bones didn't really seem particularly important. Still, I felt obliged to go looking for them, since that's kind of the point of the game. But to be honest, I kind of wish I could've gotten to know the villagers better instead of pissing off King Kong.
That said though, it's definitely an impressive first game. Great job. ^_^
on 7/6/2020 3:36:13 PM with a score of 3
I enjoyed this quite a lot, always interested to see old timey portrayals of English toffs :)
on 7/6/2020 1:05:46 AM with a score of 0
Wasnt really a fan of the weird spelling
on 7/5/2020 12:31:51 PM with a score of 0