As commander of a squadron of cavalry, what will you sacrifice to win the war of gunpowder and magic? Return to the battlefield as a gentleman-officer of the Royal Tierran Army in this long-awaited sequel to "Sabres of Infinity."
"Guns of Infinity" is a 440,000 word interactive novel by Paul Wang, author of "Sabres of Infinity," "Mecha Ace," and "The Hero of Kendrickstone." 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.
Will you befriend, betray, or romance the nobles, rogues, and spies of this epic world? Will you keep your men alive, or sacrifice them to your own greed in a bid for power and riches? Will you fight for power, riches, love, or glory?
• Play the role of a gallant hero, or a self-serving scoundrel.
• Use cunning, force, or sheer bravado to fight the Antari forces.
• Train and drill your men for success on the battlefield.
• Support your family financially, or leave them to fight off penury alone.
Combat, intrigue, and romance await in "Guns of Infinity!"
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Superb world creation and storytelling
This is a classic and engrossing story. It could use more character development, ability to improve skills, and ability to enhance character relationships that will matter over time. The depth and breadth of the story alone deserve 5 stars however. I (not my character) finished this series as a grizzled veteran returning home to a world that I'd feared that I'll no longer understand.
I wish to say also that this story didn't get side tracked like so many of the newer COG games now with gay transgender activism. The activism has really ruined the genre and I've stopped buying new games.
I appreciated that I was allowed to be a boy who liked girls, without my character constantly hitting on and being hit on by men. Once I have made it clear that I don't want to do gay stuff, the story should not keep trying to get me to do gay stuff against my will.
When I got this game it was mostly cause I read the first one and wanted to continue the story of my officer and was expecting it to be about as good as the first but what I got was an immense story that blew away the first one, not that the first one was bad in any way just that this one was so great that I was surprised. The only thing in my opinion that I didn't care for was that if you choose the learn the Antari language and study it, it doesn't have any real effect in this game although I'm sure it will end up paying off in the 3rd installment. I can't wait for the 3rd one and request that anyone who has read the first one to go ahead and buy this one as well... You will not be sorry
This series has diverged from the other choice of games in an amazing way. Instead of forcing you into a world where every other character is gay/Bi/trans and pushing you into interactions with them, you are free to choose your own path and speak openly. That sort of thing isn't for everyone. We need a game like this every now and again. Very story driven and highly addictive. Greatest interactive novel I have EVER played. Praying they don't stray from this style of storytelling.
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- Hosted Games LLC
- 48.8 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © 2016 Paul Wang
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