In the battle to save your people, will you defy the gods? In an ancient world where myth is reality and fate is relentless, your destiny will lead you to secrets no mortal should ever know.
"Champion of the Gods" is a thrilling 217,000-word interactive novel by Jonathan Valuckas, where your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based--without graphics or sound effects--and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.
As you fight your way through a harsh landscape inspired by Greek myth, you’ll challenge monsters, soldiers, and even gods. Win allies with your humility, your haughtiness, or your powers of deception. Enjoy gifts from the gods, or refuse them all and face the consequences.
Will you earn favor from the goddess of love, or make the god of war your protector? Can you escape a watery death without divine intervention? And when you finally learn the truth of your destiny, will you overthrow the ones who made you, or will you become the Champion of the Gods?
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Ratings and Reviews
It’s good but a few mistakes
I like the game a lot but when I’m reading the game gets confusing. The game will describe the character as a women and a princess but when your talking to them the game says him or he. And the game keeps calling people, “nothing yet” which I assume means the game hasn’t added the name yet.
Good game but...
It is a good game it isn't the masterpiece that everyone makes it out to be. There are some things like some choices don't really do anything while others that look like they don't actually matter but they do a lot. It is a good game but in my opinion, it doesn't hold up to other games like Hero's Rise and Choice of Deathless
At the end you can save destiny or not, and you really have to want to do either. There is no go between. If you mess up and ruin everything then everyone gets mad at you even if you tried your best. Also the gods seem to mess with your destiny even though it is supposed to be bad. It is also really hard to have faith in the gods as a player when you know that they are jerks. I wanted to be faithful but I knew the truth. It is also really hard to deviate from previous. Good world building but bad way to make your champion develop as a character.
I just had to go ahead and review this game because in the short time I've had it I've fallen in love!
It's short but not too short where it makes me bored easily. And it's not an extremely long COG that makes me too scared to go back for achievements.
Also I love the options for the romances with the prince/princess! The fact that you can choose their personality is amazing and I wish it was in more COGs to be honest!
Another thing I'd like to point out is the fact that if you get into a lesbian relationship (only tested the lesbian one so I'm not sure about whether this shows up for gay relationships too) with the Princess, the story mentions how the nobles will offer their children up as surrogates essentially! I really enjoyed that little part because it really adds depth to it and makes it so it's not just a story with interchangeable pronouns but with actual changes in dialogue based on sexuality!
Well this review is long enough so I'm gonna end it here with one last thing: I would not complain if there was a sequel to this made 😄
- Choice of Games LLC
- 34.5 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- © 2015 Jonathan Valuckas
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