Good but not great I really loved how everything was set up. I thought the writing was vibrant and fun, the characters enjoyable and distinguishable, and the storyline exciting and interesting. What I didn't like was that it was so short. I finished this game in a half hour with the best possible outcome. If it were longer and had more to it, it would be great. Also, some of the reactions throughout were a little unrealistic. People don't typically believe you as soon as you say you're a vampire. Besides this, it was great!
Fans of Buffy and CYOA will love this Campy, fun and really true to the old school Choose Your Own Adventure books of yore. Cutesy "girl" language might be off-putting at first for non Lollipop Chainsaw fans, but if you're already there, this was genuinely enjoyable! Some loading issues and the bookmarks system is difficult if you haven't memorized what happens on which page makes it four, not five, stars.
It was so-so It could be more detailed in everything and I would like more options - especially for the other characters and gender change. I got bored after a few restarts. I had high hopes for this game. If it improves I'll play it again.
The writing style is good However mist options iv picked have wound up in me dying or dropping out of collage. I would of liked to see more branches in the storyline. Just going to buy the sequel now.
Lame Too short, not detailed at all, Twilight knock-off. All choices lead to either a bad ending or decent ending no middle ground. Not happy at all wish I could get my money back.
Just not really worth it... I wasn't expecting too much, but it seems like someone spent a lot of time putting together a beautiful UI and then didn't spend much time on storytelling. If you want to restart the game, you have to go through the tutorial mode again, if you've ever played a choose your own adventure game, you already know how to play. Too many choices lead to instant death or seem to try to shoehorn you into the main plotline. Game is a bit too short, I've played free or less expensive games that were longer or meatier. And I'm not a visual thinker or I wouldn't be buying virtual choose your own adventure books, so I don't give a crap about the UI at all.
Updated for better stability across various devices
Added back button support from the main menu, so now you can fully exit the app
Fixed some issues with high density screens
Put yourself in the shoes of a newly-made vampire with a whole world to explore.
Scripted wrestling matches become real fights in this 250K-word interactive book