The robots you design will change the world! Will you show them the true meaning of love, or conquer Alaska with your robot army?
"Choice of Robots" is an epic 300,000-word interactive sci-fi novel by Kevin Gold, 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.
Play out thirty years of your life as a brilliant robot maker, from graduate school near the present day to a future in which your robots have changed everything. Depending on your choices, your robots may be independent or obedient, clumsy or graceful, empathic or cold…and you yourself may live to an old age happily married or alone with only robots to comfort you.
Play as male or female, gay or straight, with nine characters to romance, four alternate climax chapters, and over seventy achievements to unlock.
• Build a unique robot character—you choose everything from its shape to what it calls you
• Instigate or prevent a robotic uprising
• Teach your robots to love humanity, or disdain it
• Build an artificial intelligence suitable to take control of the world's governments
• Start a war against the United States, and win
• Marry a human or an advanced robot, and start a family
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Some may view the unorthodox text and choice style as boring or lacking in immersion, however the great writing and sense of influence you have through your choices creates a deep and personal experience. If you play the game seriously, there will be multiple points in which you face moral dilemmas. Is it moral to send intelligent beings, albeit robots into war? If not, then more humans will have to be sent instead which creates greater casualties. The writing in the game creates a strong attachments or animosity towards characters and your choices will have a noticeable impact on how the story unfolds. There is tons of replay value, however I wish there was more to be done with a single story line rather than having to replay it again in order to explore the story rich world the game offers (but that may just be me being stingy because the game was great).
There’s little to say about Kevin Gold’s “Choice Of Robots” other than that’s it’s absolutely exceptional. If this isn’t the pinnacle of interactive storytelling, I want to read the novel that is. Throughout each of the vast number of varied story arcs, you’ll plunge into a unique aspect of science fiction with the aid of Kevin’s breadth of knowledge on subjects such as philosophy, war, romance, differential equations (it’s not scary), the play “Pippin” and, and (of course) the definition of life. And into this vast web, Kevin weaves stories that reflect your own with an eeriness that might lead you to believe the story itself is self-aware.
Do yourself a favor and play/read this. But be warned, you’ll replay/read it. A lot. A lot lot.
Wow! This game blew me away
I had a hard time believing all of the hype in the reviews, but I’ve got to say that this interactive novel does more in one game than most exceptional ones do in three. This is a complete package rather than that “wait for the next chapter and pay for it to continue your story” nature of really good interactive novels that I’ve seen. This is long enough to be a whole series of interactive novels and a fine one at that. Whoever made this and took the time to bleed this emotion into this piece of art, if you’re reading this, thank you. Thank you so much.
- Choice of Games LLC
- 40 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2014-2016 Kevin Gold
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