Westward Dystopia

4.4
35 reviews
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Everyone 10+
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About this game

The first in a new series of interactive fiction books for your Android phones and tablets, Westward Dystopia is a novel-length gamebook set in the wasteland of tomorrow written by Jeffrey Dean. The prose is written at an adult or older teen level with post-apocalyptic western, horror, and science fiction themes. Enjoy all-new original artwork by David White and renowned fantasy/sci fi artist Tony Hough.

- Choose your own path!
- Over 120 thousand words in length. A full interactive novel!
- All-new original art by Tony Hough and David White!
- Roll dice in vicious combat!
- 6 unique endings + secrets!
- Collect items and equip new gear!
- Save your progress with digital bookmarks!
- Collect achievements!


In this post-apocalyptic RPG adventure, the player fills the shoes of a restless wanderer in search of great mechanical relics from the past. Strange Wasteland dwellers, mutant hordes, mechanical monstrosities, and more await you as factions vie for power and loyalties are torn asunder! Nothing will ever be the same again in the Wasteland!

Collect artifacts and weapons, purchase armor and antiquities, and roll dice in vicious battle! Save your position with book marks and unlock achievements!
Updated on
Jun 8, 2015

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4.4
35 reviews
A Google user
June 27, 2016
Took me awhile to get through it but I enjoyed this book. The world and its characters kept me coming back for more when I had taken a break from reading it. I love the roleplaying elements and the bookmarks were lifesavers. I plan on replaying eventually to try and achieve a different ending.
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A Google user
November 9, 2015
This app is boring. Writing lacks depth and emotion and the artwork is awful.
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A Google user
November 13, 2017
Excellent story and writing. My only complaint is the bookmarks - bought the game but they can't be saved over! Other than that awesome. Will look forward to the sequel
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What's new

- Updated opening and closing text
- Fixed typos