Superlatives: Shattered Worlds

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About this game

Conquer assassins and alien invaders in Superlative London! Defend Earth and negotiate interplanetary peace as you race to rescue Queen Victoria in this thrilling sequel to “The Superlatives: Aetherfall.”

"The Superlatives: Shattered Worlds" is a 218,000-word interactive novel by Alice Ripley. It's entirely text-based, without graphics or sound effects, and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

You are the Arbiter, a planet-hopping operative assigned to stabilize a peace summit between Mars, Venus, and Earth. But when Queen Victoria is targeted for assassination, you must find her killer, unmask the Mysterious Officer he serves, and stop an otherworldly invasion before it's too late! Armed with powerful aetheric artifacts and your own wit and skill, you'll fight alongside your allies to unravel the mystery of this new threat, defend your home planet, and face a final foe both strange and strangely familiar.

Your employers, the shadowy body known as the Divergent Conclave, are dedicated to maintaining peace between the planets. Impress the Conclave and its members might help you protect Earth—or recruit you to serve their personal agendas. Will you manipulate them to gain their support? If the peace summit falters, will you placate the parties, or choose a faction? How will you stop the impending invasion? And who will you romance?

What started as a job of politics and diplomacy could end in murderous chaos. Face aliens, automata, and whole new worlds on a quest to save the solar system!

• Play as male, female, or non-binary; gay, straight, bi, or aromantic
• Import a Superlative character from The Superlatives: Aetherfall, or create a new Arbiter character from scratch
• Wield your very own invisibility cloak
• Uncover a double agent within the Queen's Superlative Service
• Charm a menagerie of aliens, from multiform, jellyfish Jovians to miniature Mercurians to furry Saturnians
• Play as a battle-loving brawler or persuasive pacifist
• Romance a driven detective, stylish secret agent, or your violent Martian secretary
• Solve murders, negotiate with pirates, and uncover interplanetary conspiracies
• Cultivate your reputation among cats...or is it just one cat?

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Updated on
Sep 10, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

148 reviews
The 2000 Robot
March 24, 2024
Was looking forward for the second book. I truly wish it never existed. Our Main character is forced to work with people they don't even know, we don't have a say on it. The game makes it seem like you have a choice but you don't. And remember romancing Dusk or Jane in the last book? Well, sucks to suck. Romance is extremely underrated and underdeveloped. I was hoping we would get a more romance focused book depending on Book 1 choices but nope. Extremely disappointed, I'm dropping it.
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A Google user
June 11, 2019
The demo kept me entertained, so I paid for the full version, but I sorta regret it. The NPCs are flat and not interesting as friends, much less romances. The story also dragged on a lot, so I began just picking random options about 3/4s in, since I wasn't very invested. This is a stark contrast to how great the first book's NPCs and romances were when I tried it out after finishing this one (I didn't initially realize this is the sequel...I'm unobservant af lol). I'm pretty disappointed.
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Adam Young
September 15, 2020
I actually purchased this book. This is a sequel to the first Superlatives book. The story introduces a handful of new characters and a whole new world right from the beginning of the story. There is a lot of politics in this with factions vying against one another. My only complaint would be there were times where the narrative moved slower than I'd like it to and the romance was under developed. Those who like more political adventures with meaningful stats this is for you.
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