Grand Academy II: Attack of th

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4.3
110 reviews
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About this game

Congratulations! We are delighted to welcome you back to the Grand Academy for Future Villains, the world's finest evil preparatory school. It's sophomore year, and everyone's back for a deliciously meta sequel.

"Grand Academy II: Attack of the Sequel" is a hilarious 215,000-word interactive novel and sequel to "Grand Academy for Future Villains," by Katherine Nehring, 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.

In the space between worlds, between stories, beyond time and space itself, the Grand Academy for Future Villains trains the bad guys that every epic saga needs. Behold our dormitories, each befitting their narrative genre: horror, fantasy, sci-fi, or thriller.

This year holds terrifying new challenges: a roommate, a pet, and the ominous Board of Visitors and Overlords, who have come to review the Academy's accreditation. Under the Board's steely gaze, you may be eligible to receive a destiny, which every true villain craves. They have also set each genre against one another in the house tournament. Will you lead your house to victory, betray your comrades, or perhaps both?

And of course your "friends" are back, too. Aurion, Kinistra, Phil. Why, even your maleficent mother, Maedryn the Terror of Three Worlds, is here. Or shall I call her…Professor Maedryn?

• Play as male, female, or nonbinary (or unhuman), gay, straight, bi, or ace.
• Play the game as a standalone, or import a saved character from Grand Academy for Future Villains.
• As Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, and Thriller battle each other, use your genre-savvy to lead your genre to victory -- or to seize a destiny for yourself.
• Raise an illicit monstrous pet in your dorm room!
• Support your mother's plans for school domination -- or break free and steal her clone army.
• As a TA, help your favorite professor get tenure - or sabotage their chances, and as the RA of Sci-Fi, Horror, Thriller, or Fantasy, figure out what's best for your evil little charges.
• Discover the Academy's fatal weakness!
• Acquire the metafictional tools you'll need to win the game of genre against genre! What can you do with a plot-hole digger or a flashback gun?
• Defeat your nemesis! Or save them! Or smooch them!

And when things look bleak just remember: it's a trap! But you should know. You set it.
Updated on
Jul 14, 2022

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4.3
110 reviews
A Google user
November 11, 2019
So far I've found missing text but was able to guess what the missing word is. And it felt like I was starting a new, different story with the sequel eventhough I've played the first one and wanted to continue from there. It does seem like the previous game's save wasn't carried over at some points in the story.
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A Google user
November 9, 2019
My problem with this kind of sequels of CoG, the kind that were not planned to be a series, that they are trying hard to be both sequel and standalone game. And sequel part suffers great deal because of it. I enjoyed some parts of the game, but this is, in my opinion, the weakest sequels so far. It nullify EVERY choice made in first game. Some characters interactions, romances, for example, are so barely existent, like they were added just to fill check list.
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A Google user
March 16, 2020
Though undeniably good as a standalone game, I feel conflicted towards rating it as a good sequel, namely because of how little preexisting alignments, choices, and relationships (save for Aurion) seem to contribute to the story except for the five main stats, though even that is more personal taste. Also, I played a Thriller character who underwent a transformation, but it seemed to be entirely wiped from the sequal's code.
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