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Choice of the Dragon

by Dan Fabulich and Adam Strong-Morse


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(based on 20 ratings)
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About the Story

Play as a fire-breathing dragon who sleeps on gold and kidnaps princesses for fun!

Choice of the Dragon is a free text-based game of multiple choice. Dominate the local kingdom, loot and pillage, and inspire terror in the hearts of your enemies!

Game Details

Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: January 2, 2010
Current Version: Unknown
License: Commercial
Development System: ChoiceScript
IFID: Unknown
TUID: y6act0sdadab6l1n


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Excellent longish fantasy choicescript game about being a ferocious dragon, December 14, 2015
by MathBrush
Related reviews: about 1 hour
This choicescript game was recommended to me, and I really enjoyed it. It is free, unlike many "Choice of" games, and well-developed. You are a dragon, and like other Choice of games, you have a variety of stats (honor/cunning, finesse/brutality, etc.)

The story was written well, with a good swords and sorcery vibe that I've really missed among IF games. Dragons, wizards, paladins, demons, goblins, all behaving like a D&D game instead of the usual introspective deconstructions popular in IF.

I really enjoyed crafting a cunning finesse dragon, although I died once and got my butt kicked another time. The delayed effect of the choices makes the puzzles significant. I had heard it was hard to get a mate, and indeed I was not able to.

I enjoyed the goblin NPC. If Choice of Games had been more well-known in the IF community in 2010, I feel this would have been nominated for some awards.

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I've only played a few choicescript games, but I loved Creatures Such as We, The Race, and Scarlet Sails. What can you recommend?

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