Lost Heir: The Fall of Daria

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4.5
977 reviews
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Teen
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About this game

Take back the throne that was rightfully yours! When demon-summoning usurpers assassinate the king and queen, the right of rulership falls to you, their only child. Develop your own unique prince or princess, discovering a world of fantasy, magic, mystery, and adventure.

"The Lost Heir: The Fall of Daria" is an epic 145,000-word interactive fantasy novel by Mike Walter—the first of a trilogy—where your choices control the story. The game is entirely text-based--without graphics or sound effects--and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

Develop your own unique prince or princess, for good or evil! Become a noble knight, a greedy thief, an evil priest, a nature-loving druid, a charming bard, a deadly assassin, a wise monk, a well-traveled ranger, a martial cleric, a kind priest, a brutal thug, a steadfast guard, a powerful wizard or any combination you choose.

Your highness, the kingdom of Daria awaits you!

Play as male or female, gay or straight.
Pursue love interests, make friends, or be a loner.
Uncover the mysteries of demon summoning.
Uncover and collect legendary magical items and treasure.
Updated on
May 16, 2022

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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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4.5
977 reviews
A Google user
September 28, 2018
One of the more difficult hosted games released to play vanilla. Of the three books I think this game is the most balanced in terms of the viable play styles and has the best character development. The game's main story is linear, with the "side quests" adding flavor to the play style you chose for your character. Choices are basically stat checks, with successes being rewarding and failures punishing. In a sense this game is "immersive", you are not a god/goddess amongst men. You have more weaknesses than strengths, which makes your choices VERY important. Even if you pour all your effort into one stat, that stat won't be used in every situation, and if you spread your stats out too much you won't be strong enough to pull through when you need a higher stat. The charm of this game is the difficulty, the struggle is part of this game. You could say this is the "dark souls" of interactive novels, when victory is based on intimate knowledge of the game rather than luck. The legacy dlc is highkey pay2win, adding mostly to stat boosts, and very little to narrative and world building. For those who complain about the difficulty there you go.
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Richard Davis
February 14, 2021
This is a really great game. I love the style and the vast amount of choices available. Once in awhile you swipe the wrong choice by accident. It might be a good idea to add a "this was your choice are you sure" or a go back one choice button (perhaps with a limit so you are not tempted to go back for every choice ;) ). But this minor inconvenience did not spoil this game.
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A Google user
November 30, 2018
I love this series! I've replayed it at least 10 times and it's my favourite out of any of the Choices games. I have all 3 games and the DLC purchased and I considered all of them more than worth it. The replay value is incredible. I only wish there was some sort of guide, because I really want to get an Enchanted Archer but I'm struggling. The guide I was using (unaffliated) also doesn't include the new DLC so it's hard to get through it. But that's my only complaint and doesn't really have anything to do with the quality of the game itself. If you're not a guides person unlike me, it's perfect!
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