VERSUS: The Deathscapes 12+

The thrilling conclusion

Choice of Games LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 4.3 • 8 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Unlock the secrets of the galaxy in the epic conclusion to the VERSUS Trilogy! Take your place among the gods with the superpowers you've stolen from them.

"VERSUS: The Deathscapes" is a thrilling 200,000-word interactive novel by Zachary Sergi, author of our best-selling "Heroes Rise" series. 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.

At the start of the VERSUS Trilogy, an unknown power imprisoned you on planet Versus, forcing you and dozens of other prisoners to vote for who will fight in deadly gladiatorial battles. Each prisoner has unique superpowers, but you started with just a single power: the ability to steal powers from others and absorb their memories.

Now, with the powers you've stolen, you can rival the gods themselves! You've stolen their power to fly, to fire beams of golden energy, and to dominate the minds of others. But you can't stop there. To find Dhanthik, the hidden savior of your homeworld, you must use your Full Absorb power on nearly every prisoner, unlocking powers and memories beyond your wildest dreams.

At the same time, you’ll play the most dangerous political game of your life, outmaneuvering your longtime foes Empress Vaccus and the Bominate-and maybe even your own friends-to survive the Versus Vote.

Engage in the most intense MemoryTravel yet, voyaging to distant planets and to the deepest hearts of those closest to you, and finally answering the questions that have haunted you: Who is Dhanthik? Who brought you here to Versus, and why? Who are you?

This isn't just the end of the Trilogy. This is the climax of your story, your triumph, your apotheosis.

• Play as gay, straight, bi, pan, or ace. Dozens of gender identifications.
• Absorb dozens of powers and memories, rivaling the gods themselves
• Every question about the Choice of Games Sergiverse answered
• Fight in the most dangerous gladiatorial matches yet
• Stand alongside old friends—or rivals—like MamaNa, Oli, and OtherBoard
• Discover profound truths through the psychic journey of MemoryTravel

What’s New

Version 1.0.9

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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

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Tbh I only got this game to support the author. I like his previous games, this one, not so much. I even beta tested this game and let me tell you, long winded does not began to describe it. There is such a thing as too much detail you know. I swear there is half a chapter devoted to describing the caves and valleys and rocks. Not a lot of character progression or romance if that’s your thing. There is a little bit of interaction at the beginning, and a little bit at the end, but you are cut off from your love interests for the majority of the game. And the player’s choices seemed to be nerfed compared to other games. It hardly seems to matter what choices you pick, the plot continues along a very linear progression mostly regardless of you. And again the much of the word cap is filled up with what I would describe as a similar to a very passionate nerd discussing a strategy game that you are not into and who keeps going even when you ask him to stop.

If you are a die hard fan of the series, then maybe get it, but don’t expect too much. And if you haven’t played the others do NOT start with this one and probably just skip it altogether.

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I’m going to start by saying that I’m a big fan of the author’s other works, including the previous two entries of the Versus Series… but this last installment in a bit of a letdown. It reads like the author bit off more than he could chew with expansive choice-driven narrative crafted over the previous two books… As he tries to bring the trilogy to a close, he resorts to tying up unresolved plot points by writing long clunky passages of exposition that describe all the major plot points that just happened to occur while your character was sleeping or passed out. It’s quite jarring when this happens and doesn’t even make sense in the way he tries to justify these “flash forwards” within the story narrative. Sorry to say that Deathscapes is a disappointing entry from an author who has otherwise been beyond exceptional with all of his other works.

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