Oct 01


New Hosted Game! Demon: Recollect by B’athala

Posted by: Kai DeLeon | Comments (3)

Hosted Games has a new game for you to play!

Become the villain who will save the world! Awaken from your slumber and get thrown into the world of 2100. As you recollect your memories–together with a sentient sarcastic sword–you will battle heroes and don the mask of a villain. But will you succumb to the Demon within, or unleash your ancient wrath?

It’s 40% off until Oct 8th!

Demon: Recollect is an 186,000-word interactive novel by B’athala. It’s entirely text-based, without graphics or sound effects, and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

As a villain on the loose in an unfamiliar world, will you liberate humanity from the ones who are pulling the strings, or seize the throne for yourself? Will you rule the underworld, conquer the city, or bring the status quo to its knees?

Don your mask and swing your blade! It’s time to unleash your ancient rage upon the world.

  • Play as male, female, or nonbinary.
  • Customize your suit and mask.
  • Become a crime lord, a conqueror, or an anarchist.
  • Create your own symbol of villainy.
  • Romance heroes, a mortal, and a thief!
  • Spark the era of villainy!
  • Retrieve your sarcastic sword.
  • Listen to the voice of evil within, or drown it with your rage!

Let your mask be the symbol of a true villain!

B’athala 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.


  1. Mitchell McNamara says:

    I’ve only read the first chapter so far, and all I want to say is that I’m loving it. Also, the beginning perfectly sets up the opportunity to write a badass prequel in my opinion, so I hope B’athala sees this and at least considers it if you weren’t already. Wishing you the best in your life and career as thanks for your amazing work.

  2. Thomas Phillips says:

    Man oh man I was not ready for such a master piece of a game. The use of different biblical characters, pantheon gods etc was well done and the way the game just kept throwing twist after twist was amazing. And it is done so well mixed with ordinary civilians and powered heros and villians. But the best part was the end sooo many revelations and twists, I hope a part 2 is released very soon.

  3. This is probably the best novel game I have read/played from the beginning I was already hooked and found myself wanting to always read more and the ending was really good and the way the writer set it up there could be a book 2 so I hope that it comes out soon

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