Jan 12

2018

New Hosted Game! The Aether: Life as a God by A. Reddwolf

Posted by: Rachel E. Towers | Comments (4)

Hosted Games has a new game for you to play!

Create a mortal race to worship you and grow your strength. Guide them in their daily lives and help them grow. The power you collect will grow your mind and body. Dabble in the affairs of other gods or seek to destroy them and steal their power. It’s 33% off until January 18th!

The Aether: Life as a God is a 60,000 word interactive fantasy novel by A. Reddwolf, where 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.

• Create a custom mortal race.
• Engage in mortal affairs.
• Travel the Aether and steal power from lesser beings.
• Dabble in political affairs at The Court of Gods.
• Battle other gods in epic one one one conflicts.
• Complete unique quests and events with impactful outcomes.

A. Reddwolf developed this game using ChoiceScript, a simple programming language for writing multiple-choice interactive novels like these. Writing games with ChoiceScript is easy and fun, even for authors with no programming experience. Write your own game and Hosted Games will publish it for you, giving you a share of the revenue your game produces.

4 Comments

  1. Zachary Ellinger says:

    At one point early in the game it says “You will become a force to be trifled with”. I think you mean “not to be trifled with”.

  2. Cole Bedesky says:

    hi umm my name is Cole, I’m a grade 10 student going to a high school in Ontario. I’ve always been creative and enjoyed thinking up ideas for story’s, but I’d never liked reading or writing very much. I know it sounds cheesy but playing this game makes me want to write. the wording of things, the characters and the amazing plot not only sounds like it comes from a master writer with years experience, but it kept me engaged throughout the entire experience. the choices felt meaningful and each had an impact on the way I felt about my character. I’ve played and beaten this game twice and both times felt like a new adventure. most other games hosted by choiceofgames are fairly grounded and hard to follow but this being on such an amazing scale that I haven’t seen written about before was amazingly refreshing. I’m sorry if this comment was more of a letter to the writer but I couldn’t find an email to send this to to contact him personally. I do hope you see this and continue to write in a manner such as this. my email is listed up top and if you would be so kind to write me back if you will make another game, I would be ecstatic. a new dream of mine would be to play a seaqual to this game involing a continued plot that explores the players origins. I’m sorry for writing such a long comment but if you do see this than… thank you

  3. Kyle Ferraren says:

    Played the free version, and really liked it. I’m commenting because I’m curious if this CYOA will make it to Steam at any point in the near-future?
    If it has been stated, and I missed something, I apologize, but I’ll be a glad for any response at all.
    Cheers.

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