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I liked it for what it was. I was in the middle of getting back to this site and stumbled upon this. Let me tell you that I certainly enjoyed it.
It's not convoluted, it's simple, and it goes places. That might be a lot to say considering that this is still a WIP, but it's peaked my interest. For that I will git it 3 stars.
Amazing, I'm glad I came on at the right time. I'm really interested into seeing episode 3 comes out, with this teaser out I feel the goosebumps rising already.
Well, I'd like to say nice work once again SivD1, not only does this demo is really interesting work, I've recently watched game of thrones of request of a friend and I was happy to see that you have been making a game based off of it or at least similar to it. I will be looking forward into the very first episode of this game, it honestly holds a lot of potential and I don't meant to say that about most games. Maybe they do, maybe they don't. It honestly depends on the presentation of the game, that's why I'm not writing such a long review. So anyway, keep up the good work man!
Great atompshere, I enjoyed my first time playing it. It was weird though, that some commands wouldn't work. Anyway, I like it. Hope you update more though, in the future.
I enjoyed the entire story, and what I really am feeling from this is that it's longer than most of the other text-based adventure games I've played. It's truly excellent, the story was amazing. Even though some scenes were ironic with the stranger being b**, and then Kevin being b** next. I liked the plot advancing from the last episode, but the mall base\ was a little cliche and over exaggerated. If you are thinking of Carver's base or Woodbury (or even Crawford) that wasn't really the case, it was just that it was a large facility with a lot of people, and a lot of guns. I can get that they established an organization, but it was almost as if there were no flaws in the Mall Group aside from the foreshadowing-dark events leader. There's always something going down with the leader, whether it's the Governor, William Carver, Crawford, or anything. I guess it wasn't as bad, because it didn't come to the final showdown for you to realize he was a bad guy. I honestly was trying to find a way to trust Josh, after realizing "most" of the survivors were missing limbs and most importantly eyes, and let Laura go with him. It was when she came back in a BDSM type scenario (please if you are under age do not search that up) that I knew that there was no more chances with this guy. I honestly wish that there could have been some people more important to the plot that could have survived this conflict, maybe Josh could have survived but then again you weren't given that type of option. The biggest question now is what happens to the Mall Base? Seeing as you are going to leave the corpses of Dawn or Finn and Josh, there leader. If I was the one to make predictions I would say that there would be no way that they would come after you for revenge, unless Josh had an unknown sibling. The Mall Base was being tormented by Josh (considering the loss limbs) so they'd be throwing a party in there, One thing I can't get off my back is why they didn't overthrow Josh, it seemed whenever someone made a mistake they'd be severely punished for it personally by him. Maybe it wasn't just him? Maybe he had respected elites? I don't know. I wonder whats to come next, it leaves the story in an empty cliffhanger which is really good. Wanna know why? Because this is just the second episode of the series (considering that its five episodes with a bonus). SivD1 you are one of my newest favorite text adventure game creators, I hope you look into the future of making much more of these (possibly a season 2, not going to rush you there though buddy). I can understand how these things take time, and you didn't have to rush ahead of your deadline (October 31st). I'm also intrested in your Borderlands game, I know TellTale has released a game in that same environment. I didn't really look into it maybe sometime later I will. Is there anyway I can contact you via skype, email, etc? I'd like to talk a little. Anyway, to conclude this review. Good game, amazing effort, love to see you next time.
Much better than the first one, honestly I like what you did with the story. I only played the game once, and I don't know if there's multiple endings or not (Considering this is from different games and the episodes aren't in the same one, it might me linear). I hope you update this game in the future, I'm really looking up to it. Keep up the good work.
I enjoyed your style of writing in more Gothic and horror type mood, though that might not be the case for the entire game. It also appeared to me that the game was sort of short, but I guess that's what your going to find in a lot of episodic games. I'm planning on going to play Psycho Run 2, so my ratings will continue there. For the most part, I'd like to say, I'm not being greedy here, but a more plot story per episode would make it better.
I liked it...you didn't get much choices though. So I guess it's OK.
I have to be honest, I wasn't entirely sure what I was getting myself into here. I've been a big fan of your work ever since the Star Wars: Escape the Flagship game, which I indefinitely loved and it's sequel. This game was different for me though, it gave me a rush, like the game was speeding forward at a certain point, a rush I wouldn't normally get from a good text based game. That made this one, unique.
There's not a lot of things I can say, I hope you make more of these later on in the future. I'm going to keep on replaying this game to see the different sides of it.
I love all of these Walking Dead based games that are popping up, I've been working on a long project which is my own and I just can't get enough of these games. I like where this story is going, I hope in the future you make some more of these. Nice work.
So I have different views of this text game, let's start with what I was expecting. I Love the game, "Five Nights at Freddys" and I was expecting that this game would be an excellent spinoff of it. But here's where the criticism takes place.
I love your idea of the game, how things are timed, how the anamatronics move, and etc. One thing I can't get over is when the game freezes in place, and I can't do anything. This happened after Foxy tried to get me, but I managed to scramble away. This also happened when I came back, and tried to do something after going left. The game started to get frustrating for me. I tried a third time, and this is when I started to get around the game more. I don't know if it's Google Chrome or just my coumpter, but I still like the game. After a fourth time, it finally worked! And happily, I died after going into a certain area of the building.
I like it.
Breathtaking, amazing, inspiring adventure. Truly the entire Karen series was amazing, and you sir Magic Orange has tied it all together. Thank you for making this wonderful series, it's just so...so....I can't even put the words into my mouth. I can't wait until you make another masterpiece, maybe Monsters Chapter 3? Who knows. ;)
There's a few bugs in the game, anyway.
God...I love this story. I can't believe I stopped playing it. After playing it again, it was just amazing. I'm going to enjoy playing the next part (seeing as it is out now). Good work sir.
It was kind of boring, yet it gave you that pre-apocalypse feeling which always brings the plot and all of the feels together. I like it, and I would suggest some changes (even though it is not complete) but good effort.
It's an OK game. I just hope that there is more to the story you are willing to add. Not much to say, I've seen lots and played lots of zombie apocalyptic games.
I like it, I don't know whether or not there was music (running Google Chrome) but maybe you could add some in for dramatic effect? Anyway, great job!
I've been waiting to play this game, and I loved it even more playing it! All of that waiting payed off, can't wait for episode two dude! :)
Eh, it's not bad. This is coming from a guy who fell into a room called "Death". Good job
Worst. Slender. Game. I am being honest, worst i have seen and I am terribly sorry. The description is as demeaning as the entire game. Two whole pages I mean come on. You can't even pick up the shotgun, and not like the knife is going to do anything to a paranormal beast. When you try to own the dresser, you can't even get anything. The title of the page you start on tells you to get a key which you obviously can't access. Work more please.
There is nothing such as a "slender park" but good job for trying, I guess.
This game isn't half bad, and when the wolf came I chose to run and it didn't tell me anything after that.
Good job dude! I loved this game!
I hope you continue this series, it's better than all of the other chapters! Good luck!
I liked this one, it has a good story, more choices and awesome fighting stlye. One thing is for certain it needs more choices.
Not bad, I liked the choices.
CONGRATULATIONS. YOU MADE THE BEST GAMEBOOK GAME EVER!!!
Seriously, this is trully amazing. This is great! So many choices, achievements! You have outdone yourself! An epic story! Good job!
I liked it! Keep on making more of these and the more stars you get.
The game continually runs into a script error if you click continue. The only way around it is if you play it not like a gamebook.
The game has potential, was never finished.
The game is amazing, good choices and such. Hope you make season 2.
GOOD effort, but you need to think about going deep into it. Deep into the minds, think about it. Think about your character, and his background.
LOL. Funny, serious, and amazing at the same time. There was a biiiiiiiiiig cliff hanger at the end, but seriously you met Clementine :/ ?
The story is good! The grammar errors could use some work though...
I like this chapter. Better then the first and second with sort-of original ideas. I hope you know that clickers aren't the only type of undead creature, there are stalkers and just normal ones that resurrect. I like the bit when the two men are arguing, "Did you just fuck me motherfucker?" XD Hahahaha. I love how you made a bigger game then last time, it feels great. That's why I'm giving you five stars, and if you keep the story up I keep the stars up.
I like Dr.Who. This game was most enjoyable but it still has potential. Like the hacking device you never get to use and other items. This game could really be a lot longer! Good job though! The fighting was awesome! :D
Very good game, I like the idea of it. You are playing as Joel, same set up, same idea. I'm not sure what went on in the first game or if he met Ellie yet or not but I still like it. I wasn't too sure about the fight scheme with the clickers at first, because I thought the game was built on one over the other. It appeared fairly well, because whether you go to the tent or the car you are given even more options. I tested this after I ran into a bug by going to the tent, where if you kick the clicker it doesn't allow you to retry. Instead I refreshed my page. After the clickers came and I ran into Bill, it was pretty funny because he attempts to kill you, asks for your help, and in exchange there is a resort about THREE-HUNDRED miles away. And if you deny his offer (which makes the most sense) he kills you.
I really liked the game, it reminded me of the Walking Dead where you had to examine things and gather items to get through the game. Especially in a Zombie Apocalypse, you should really continue this game, it has much potential. Good luck!