- Writer: Jason Stevan Hill
- Artwork: Nikki Cook, Vasilis Lolos.
- Continuity Testing: Sean Koagedal, Brad "J" Warner.
- Copy-editing: Brad "J" Warner.
- Beta-Testers: Ari Agbabian, Heather Albano, Rodericka Applewhaite, Casey Butterfield, Noah Duesterberg-Chavez, Joel Hafvenstein, Stephanie Holderness, Lakeisha Johnson, Calvin Jones, Peter C. Macko, Steven J. Nelson, Gabriel Requião, Dominic Selvo, Marita Solberg, Adam Strong-Morse, Anise Strong-Morse, Kári Tulinius.
- Managing Editor: Dan Fabulich
- ChoiceScript Language Design and Development: Dan Fabulich
- Version: 2.1.2; released December 27th, 2013.
Choice of the Vampire is Copyright 2010-2013 Jason Stevan Hill. All rights reserved.
This image and all versions of it are used under license, Copyright 2010 Nikki Cook. All rights reserved.
This image and all its variations are Copyright 2013 Choice of Games. All rights reserved.
About the Author
Jason Stevan Hill is Chief Operating Officer of Choice of Games LLC. He was fascinated with vampires from an early age—including being named "Most Likely to Become a Vampire" in his high-school yearbook—and was convinced after much prodding by Dan Fabulich to write an interactive fiction about them.
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About Choice of Games LLC
Choice of Games LLC is a California Limited Liability Company dedicated to producing high-quality, text-based, multiple-choice games. We produce games in house, including Choice of the Dragon and Choice of Broadsides. We have also developed a simple scripting language for writing text-based games, ChoiceScript, which we make available to others for use in their projects, and we host games produced by other designers using ChoiceScript on our website. All of our games are available on the web. We also produce mobile versions of our games that can be played on iPhones, Android phones, and other smartphones.
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