The Iron Destinies

Contains adsIn-app purchases
2.8
100 reviews
5K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

This is the story of Fe, an Iron atom that caused a supernova. As you take the helm of this atomic hero, soaring through the fabrics of space at the speed of light, take heed of the forces that are not only in plain sight, but also hidden in the darkness, for they are the keys to unlocking the secrets of the Cosmos.

"The Iron Destinies" is an interactive sci-fi novel by David Berner, where your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based--455,000 words, without graphics or sound effects--and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.


• Soar through the tales of a 455,000-word narrative of intrigue, intuition, and adventure.
• Solve the labyrinth of a dormant planet.
• Face the trials of the elements and become a god.
• Wage war with the living and the dead of a haunted planet.
• Be the gear that starts a mechanical solar system.
• Infuse yourself with a sword of destined greatness, or destined iniquity.
• Ignite the quarrel of creatures in a microscopic world.
• Crush planets; devour worlds; even travel through a Black Hole.
• Earn over 90 achievements and fulfill over 40 endings.
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Mar 26, 2022

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2.8
100 reviews
nullgod
August 3, 2020
Personally I liked the start, but I have a preposition, in the reviews it states that not many people actually liked the games as shown but the amount of 1 star reviews, they also state in some it was a was of money, this comes the preposition... I think that the game should still be purchased but a second option to wait through ads every 2 or 3 page and a 10 minute wait in between each chapter
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Cole Tshudy
June 4, 2019
the beginning starts out pretty good but after that it's like the author ran out of ideas because after the beginning u end up on a planet and all you do is choose diffrent paths and if u don't get it right u start over, there was no real plot line to it and the same sort of thing went on for like 80 percent of the story, u don't even choose were u go, u go where the game wants you to go, your choices don't matter. waste of time and money
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A Google user
November 8, 2018
Unique and replayable; just like a 'choice' game should be. There are many different paths to explore and playing as an immortal piece of matter offers a unique perspective.
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