Aug 02


Presenting “Choice of the Vampire: The Fall of Memphis”

Posted by: Dan Fabulich | Comments (14)

Choice of the Vampire: The Fall of Memphis

We’re proud to announce that Choice of the Vampire: The Fall of Memphis, the sequel to 2010’s hit Choice of the Vampire, is now available for iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, and, via the Chrome Web Store, Windows, OS X, and Linux.

Feast on the blood of a dying city: Memphis, 1873! Make your national debut in the Society, a conspiracy of vampires who convene in Memphis to elect a new “senator.” The city burns with yellow fever, as the nascent Ku Klux Klan rises.

“Choice of the Vampire” is the epic interactive novel by Jason Stevan Hill where your choices determine how the story proceeds. The game is entirely text-based–without graphics or sound effects–but driven by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

What will you take from Memphis before the city collapses? Will you battle the Klan, or control them from within? Will you rekindle a romance that transcends death? The choice is yours.

We hope you enjoy playing Choice of the Vampire: The Fall of Memphis. We encourage you to tell your friends about it, and recommend the game on StumbleUpon, Facebook, Twitter, and other sites. Don’t forget: our initial download rate determines our ranking on the App Store. Basically, the more times you download in the first week, the better our games will rank.


  1. Jason Stevan Hill says:

    iPhone and Kindle Fire users: Unfortunately the recap at the beginning of the game is currently bugged. I am aware of this problem, and sincerely apologize. I’m working on a patch which will fix the problem, but Apple/Amazon will take several days to approve the fix.

    It should already be fixed for Android and Chrome users.

  2. Karen says:

    I’m planning on buying the game, though I’m deciding on what platform. I know that a lot of apps on the Chrome store require you to be online to play – is this the same for the choice of games? I don’t really want to buy it on Chrome if I need to always be online…

    • FairyGodfeather says:

      I just checked since Chrome is my platform of choice and I can access all of the Choice games I’ve purchased on Chrome while offline.

  3. counter says:

    I download it bcs it looks cool 🙂

  4. Luhrsen says:

    Kindle Fire only again? Is it really so hard to port to regular Kindles?

    • Cecilia says:

      I completely agree. I have the kindle touch, and I bought it for that. I have no intentions of buying the apps all over again for my phone or upgrading my kindle and have to buy them all over again.

  5. Kelly says:

    Will there be another part? Because I absolutely loved this second part!

    • Sid says:

      I am also wanting to know the answer to this question. I hope there is another on the way, this and “Heros Rise” (and “The Hero Project” – the sequel) are my favorite. I played “The Choice of Romance” trilogy, as well. These are all amazing. Although I want to see how the next sequels to the Hero series and the Vampire series, I understand this takes a lot of time and effort. As these are very lengthy, but amazing.

  6. Cecilia says:

    Hey, what about us with the kindles, and the kindle touches? will we get the update for all the sequels for the games you released to those platforms? because I love the games, but I simply don’t want to have to repurchase them from the app store on amazon or google play store for my phone and i’m not upgrading my kindle touch because I have no reason too, but if I did, I don’t want to have to completely repurchase all my games.

  7. David says:

    How many chapters are there in the choice of vampire? Will it be like the choice of romance trilogy?

  8. Hamoonga says:

    Choice of the Werewolf?

  9. Jordan says:

    I’ve played a few times now, and only recently realized that you can look at the source code. Unfortunately, I have the iOS version, so as far as I can tell there isn’t a way to look at it straight from the game. I was able to locate the files for the first part on this site by adding /scenes, but haven’t had any success with that in reference to the sequel. Does it just have a different url, or would I actually have to buy the game in chrome to look at it?

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