Unsupervised

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.1
64 reviews
1K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

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You and your friends were teenage sidekicks of the world's greatest heroes. But now, the heroes are gone. It's your turn to be heroes and save the world!

"Unsupervised" is a 660,000-word interactive superpower novel by Lucas Zaper and Morton Newberry, 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. Which is not as cool as an actual superpower, but you get the idea.

The Omega Responders were the mightiest heroes in the world, defending Earth with their powers—time manipulation, elemental mastery, teleportation, and more. You and your friends were their sidekicks, their best and brightest. Then the Omega Responders left to face a mysterious anomaly in outer space—and never returned.

Without your mentors to guide you, it's up to you and your fellow sidekicks to decide what kind of heroes you'll be. You're not old enough to have a beer, but you sure as hell are old enough to save the world… and have your first kiss. Or your first kill. Puberty just hits different when you have superpowers.

Lead your team, travel the world gathering allies, navigate the ups and downs of public opinion, and confront villains at every turn. Will you smash and fight until there's nobody left standing? Will you help the villains talk about their feelings to understand how they went astray? Or will you turn to villainy yourself?

Meanwhile, government regulation of people with powers grows more intense every day. How will you deal with PARENTS: the Paramilitary Agency Responding to Extraordinary Non-compliant Threats and Supervillains? One of your former sidekicks is already working for the government. Will you join them?

And what will you do when the truth about the Omega Responders' last mission starts to emerge?

• Choose your powers: super speed, exceptional strength, heightened senses, elemental mastery, or time manipulation!
• Romance any of several fellow heroes, including an idealistic teleporter, an ambitious rapper, a half-ghost, or a sidekick-turned-government agent!
• Deal with hero regulatory agencies: fight the power, find loopholes, turn their agents to your side, or work for them yourself.
• Name and design your secret lair high in the Himalayas.
• Follow a heroic legacy, or dive deep into villainy!
• Teleport around the world, confronting villains and uncovering conspiracies from New York to Paris!
• Customize your supersuit, choose your team name, and manage your fellow heroes' strengths to make them into the best team they can be!

Every teenager wants to change the world. But only you can save it.
Updated on
Jun 11, 2024

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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

4.1
63 reviews
David Llacuna
June 21, 2024
The ending is abrupt and short. I would wait for a sequel before buying. Finished the game in one night. Definitely recommend this game on sale for $5. My romance choice came at the end, so not a lot of interaction there. The game has different powers, a choice of villain, cheat option, and comes with save slots. Those features are enough for me to support the developers. I just hope they can deliver on a sequel because the ending felt like an introduction to the main story.
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