May 05

2017

Welcome to Moreytown — Claw your way to the top of this slum for furries

Posted by: Rachel E. Towers | Comments (1)

We’re proud to announce that Welcome to Moreytown, the latest in our popular “Choice of Games” line of multiple-choice interactive-fiction games, is now available for Steam, iOS, and Android. It’s 25% off until May 12th!

Claw your way to the top of Moreytown, a furry slum for human-animal hybrids. Will you take down the gangs who rule the town, or take them over instead?

Welcome to Moreytown is a 150,000-word interactive novel by S. Andrew Swann. It’s entirely text-based, without graphics or sound effects, and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

You’re a moreau: a genetically engineered human-animal hybrid, a remnant of mankind’s last war. Surviving life in a Moreytown hasn’t been easy, but now, someone is out to kill you and your fellow “moreys”—unexplained fires, explosions, and the gangs swirling around the neighborhood add up to big trouble. It’s up to you to save your pelt, and maybe take over town.

Play as one of thirteen different species, including tiger, capybara, bear, or wolf. Infiltrate a sinister cult, or ally yourself with a gang of moreys. Choose a side and let the fur fly!

• Play as male, female, or non-binary, gay, straight, bi, or ace
• Fight the police or help them to bring down a terrifying enemy
• Save your neighborhood from utter destruction
• Take over a street gang, or even run your own cult
• Explore multiple potential romantic relationships

We hope you enjoy playing Welcome to Moreytown. 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. The more times you download in the first week, the better our games will rank.

1 Comment

  1. Grandolf says:

    Half-human-half-animal hybrids? Sounds interesting. Future post-war slum? I’m likin’ it. Gang violence? That’s my second favorite type of violence. Cults? There’s not much you could do to lose my interest here.

    But why would you call them furries? I don’t have a problem with furries, I’m perfectly content with letting them do their thing. My problem comes from your usage of the term to describe this story. It kind of makes it feel like this story is for furries, y’know? Like since I’m not a furry, I shouldn’t play it.

    That might just be me, though. I’m kind of crazy.

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