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Interactive novels made by YOU

Hosted Games LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 627 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



The choice is yours! Joust for love and glory, solve an eldritch murder, find romance, or battle aliens with Magitek?

"Hosted Games" is a magnificent library of interactive novels, written by authors like you. Hosted Games are entirely text-based—without graphics or sound effects—and fueled by vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

Try a few of these fan favorites:

• Zombie Exodus: Safe Haven — Zombies rise again! A sequel to the apocalyptic smash-hit Zombie Exodus!
• Life of a Mercenary — Lead a mercenary company seeking fame and fortune!
• Lost Heir: The Fall of Daria — Take back the throne that was rightfully yours!
• Community College Hero — Enjoy your scholarship to superpower school! Fight crime and ace your exams!
• The Great Tournament — Train as a squire and become a knight in order to win the great tournament
• Highlands, Deep Waters — A murderer, a cultist, and an investigator walk into a pub. Which one are you?
• Magikiras — Don powered armor and fight against terrorists and eldritch beings
• Doomsday on Demand — Face enemies and survive in the demolished district after nuclear bombings
• The Daily Blackmail — Something is rotten in City Hall—can you uncover it a Pulitzer?

Authors just like you have developed these games using ChoiceScript, a simple programming language for writing multiple-choice interactive novels. Writing games with ChoiceScript is easy and fun, even for authors with no programming experience. Learn more at

What’s New

Version 2.5.2

Minor bug fixes. If you enjoy "Hosted Games," please leave us a written review. It really helps!

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
627 Ratings

627 Ratings

NicolaLee17 ,

Played the whole thing in 2 days

This game is so addicting because every character has been written with a complex inner world. So every interaction feels so loaded. Every decision has consequences, and the world building feels realistic, despite the whole super villain and hero setting. This is a story about identity, the rocky road to recovery, and learning to trust others in a world that feels as scarily hostile to our own. I’m pretty burnt out of the whole superhero genre, but Ryden has shown that with a lot of complex characterization, slowly uncovering secrets (even about the character you play as), and some very grounded exploration of what it’s like when your body is up for control in a world that is constantly clawing to overcome others, then a fresh story can still be told in this genre. I don’t want to make it seem the story is hopelessly depressing. In fact, it is also filled with characters that are kind, that are genuinely trying to break down the player character’s walls, and are trying to do the right thing in a messed up world that makes this such a satisfying game to play. I sincerely hope Ryden is proud of this story, and I look forward to more!

gavalt ,

Community College Hero 2

As someone who’s been waiting for this game just about since the first one was released, I’m more than happy to say it exceeded my expectations!!

The first game did a good job of setting the world up and highlighting potential conflicts, and this one followed through perfectly on everything the first promised. Some of the stats get refined, which was a nice touch up since they’re easier to navigate than the first game. The length was great, the choices actually came into play, and while I’ve only done one run so far, I believe the replay value will be pretty high just because of the branching options the story offers at several points. You also really got a chance to flesh out just what kind of hero your MC is, so that was another bonus. On top of that, all the other characters’ personalities play perfectly against everyone else’s, and by the end of the game, I felt even closer to them than I did by the finish of the first.

Overall, probably the best middle installment for a series out of all the CoGs. Looking forwards to seeing how the series is wrapped up!!

obliviousone93 ,

Wayhaven Chronicles: Book Two

I had very high hopes for this sequel and it did not disappoint at all! The characters are their own and feel as if they could be real people you see in everyday life. There’s a plentiful amount of choices, so you don’t feel boxed into certain reactions or forced to pick between two extremes. The characters will actually change their attitudes toward you when you change yours. It also isn’t obvious as to how your decision will affect the storyline. If I had to pick an aspect I liked least, it would be continuity only because there are moments that feel short but somehow last an entire morning or afternoon (though that honestly doesn’t bother me much). Loved every second of my first play through and now I intend to start another :)

In-App Purchases

Wayhaven Chronicles: Book Two
Team up with Unit Bravo for a new adventure!
Wayhaven Chronicles: Book One
Find what stalks the shadows of your town!
Fallen Hero: Rebirth
Once you were famous; soon you'll be infamous
Hero or Villain: Genesis
Unlock the rest of the game.
Samurai of Hyuga
Can your spirit survive your own demons?
Evertree Inn
A mysterious tavern with a deadly secret!

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