A Kiss from Death

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About this game

Romance immortal beings in a world of epic fantasy! Fall in love with witches, princes, dragons, and more in a millennia-spanning search for eternal companionship. Immortality is a life of sex, violence, and tough moral questions. Burn castles, write poetry, seduce mortals, stop wars, unlock dark powers – you have all the time in the world to do as you please.

A Kiss from Death is a 350,000-word interactive novel by William Loman. A typical playthrough is between 50,000 and 100,000 words. It’s entirely text-based, fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

• Play as male or female, straight, gay, bisexual, pansexual, or asexual.
• Romance partners who are asexual, bisexual, gay, straight, male, female, gender-fluid, or non-binary.
• Seek out rumors of eight romanceable immortals across the land: an undead witch, an eldritch cultist, a shapeshifting demon, a cursed prince, a suit of animated armor, a mermaid, a vampire, or a dragon.
• Hoard power, influence, and wealth as you take advantage of many lifetimes to hone your skills.
• Encounter more than a dozen romanceable mortals, including elves, dwarves, satyrs, demons, and other fantasy creatures along your many journeys.
• Fight against a dark destiny foretold by the God of Time. Tear the gods from their perch above the world. Bring justice to all.
• Immortality comes with a price. No story ends happily ever after, but happy moments with the one you love are still worth fighting for.

Who will you love at the end of the world?
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Sep 24, 2021

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352 reviews
Xi See
August 2, 2022
Solemn and enjoyable. It may not be the game for many but after playing through it several times, it really seems to fall into the perspective of the futility of fate. There are beautiful stories it carries but the limited time and fear tied with the game/lore explanation makes it bittersweet. I enjoyed it in the ups and downs. I did not expect to love the prince as much as I ended up.
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Rae P.
July 8, 2021
A fantastic idea about a game as an immortal that's weighed down by its own pretentiousness. While I can't say there was much depth to most of the characters, I did enjoy filing in the blanks of my character's life and imagining what could be. This was destroyed, however, when the ending came more or less out of nowhere and began spewing pseudo intellectual, cryptic nonsense all over the place. Granted, that had always been on the sidelines of the story, but it got really bad when (slight spoilers, I guess) the protagonist gets stuck in a time loop. No matter how many times I played through it attempting to increase my attributes so I could, theoretically, get a decent ending out of it, the game said no. After several hours stuck in this loop, I realized the game is forcing you toward a very specific ending which you have no control over; not even the vaguest illusion of choice. You are, essentially, battling it out with the author himself, who wants this to end in tragedy. Which I suppose is the whole "point" of the game, but only works if you already agree with it's nihilistic point of view, or else are willing to be shamed and bullied into agreeing with the author that all life is meaningless and will ultimately end. The author seemingly can't figure out that the story only ends a specific way because he made the decision to end it that way, and wouldn't consider any other scenarios. Ultimately, the game just left me feeling disappointed and annoyed. If that's what the author was going for, then kudos, I guess? Anyway, if you're looking for a game about playing an immortal in a fun way... Given the chance to do it again, I'd pass. On the other hand, if you're looking to be railroaded through a philosophy treaties loosely disguised by vaguely interesting Cthulhu concepts, far less interesting smut, and random, not-even-trying-to-hide-it twilight rip-offs? This is the place for you.
43 people found this review helpful
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Ha Rade
March 25, 2022
Not what I was expecting. Putting it into words the best I Can; What I was expecting was a Full Playthrough exploring the world while meeting new friends who are also Romantic Intrests. I was beyond Estatic when I read that they would differ from Dragons, Vampires, Sirens, more than 12 characters to romance! My Joy however was cut short when I realized how the story was setup, it was like parts of a story that is not really canon but IS canon. Also every character I romanced ended up dying.
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