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About this game

When the kids at your high school start developing psychic powers, you and your friends must team up to stop the principal from taking over the world!

"Psy High" is an interactive teen supernatural mystery novel by Rebecca Slitt, 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.

Play as male or female; gay, straight, or bi. Will you be a jock or a brain? Popular or ignored? Use your psychic powers to help others, or to take what you want. Win a coveted scholarship, star in the Drama Club play - or lose it all and spend your senior year in juvenile detention. How much are you willing to sacrifice to get ahead in the world?

Can you solve the case? Can you save the school? And most importantly, can you find a date to the prom?

- Solve mysteries in the classic teen-detective genre with a supernatural twist.
- Find your place in the cutthroat high-school social scene: be an athlete, an actor, a brain, or a rebel.
- Uncover the truth about your small town and its secrets.
- Instead of stopping the principal, why not steal his powers for yourself, or even join him in his plan for world domination?
- Find your one true love, or more than one! (They never talked about love triangles in trigonometry!)
Updated on
Jul 15, 2024

Data safety

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This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, App activity and 2 others
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
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Ratings and reviews

968 reviews
May 29, 2023
While I do have some problems (ie your MC always having a fangirl crush on Taylor regardless of personality, Allison dropping an abrupt confession no matter what, characters seeming to forget that you made them mad), it is refreshing in its choices and the way the game follows up on them. Has variety of outcomes that are fun and easy to explore, without being too reliant on stats.
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A Google user
September 22, 2019
This was enjoyable ... up until the end. I can't really say much without spoiling it but basically in the ending I got, if you succeed in the main endeavor of the game, it is inexplicably undone during the epilogue and you're just meant to accept that your character did nothing to stop it. Which is exceptionally stupid for a method of story telling that revolves around choices. In spite of that I'd still recommend it if you can get past a possible poorly written ending.
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