Lost in the Pages

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3.7
121 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Travel through different books in a quest to find your uncle! You will travel through a number of stories, seek to understand why they are falling apart, and trying to solve the mystery of your uncle's bookshop.

"Lost in the Pages" is a 125,000 word interactive novel by a collection of authors, 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.

There are over a half a dozen stories to choose from, from fantasy and science fiction, to horror or mystery. Can you rescue your uncle and restore order to the stories, or will you be consumed by the menace hanging over him?

• Play as male, female, or non-binary, with any orientation.
• Travel the seas as a mermaid, ride a dragon, explore futuristic worlds or become a detective. The choice is yours!
• Stick to tropes, or break them!
• Save not one world, but many!
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Mar 26, 2022

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3.7
121 reviews
Brandi Payne
May 12, 2022
The game is not very entertaining. The choices do not really seem to matter as ultimately you can just redo the story without any reprecussions. The stories unlock as you complete the main free ones and must be brought to continue. Is not worth buying. The customer support on this choice of games does not respond.
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A Google user
April 10, 2020
Having only played the two free books, I'm left fully convinced I don't need to pay for more - partially because Dragons and Devices was rather poorly put together and partially because The Mansion of D'Anjou is just a light rewrite of a chapter from a CYOA book I've already paid for. Even in that book, that story didn't fit in well, much less in here. Disappointing.
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A Google user
October 2, 2019
Dang this book is amazing, these authors should collaborate more. The characters, the writing, the plots, heck they even broke the third wall in an interactive novel. Simply golden
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