Love at Elevation

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About this game

Romance is as easy as one, two...three lovers! Find love and ascend to new heights in your new home of Boulder, Colorado.

"Love at Elevation" is a 325,000-word interactive romance novel by Steve Wingate. It's entirely text-based, without graphics or sound effects, and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

You've just escaped a toxic relationship and moved to Boulder: hippie mecca (and home of the University of Colorado) a mere forty minutes north of Denver, at the edge of the majestic Rocky Mountains' Front Range. And while you want to take in everything your new town has to offer: the outdoors, hip cafes, politics, and New Age healing: looking for love is foremost in your mind.

Will you fall for the local activist? The trail-running athlete? Or the hippie healer? Or why not all three? Your ex, meanwhile, keeps wedging their way back into your life, even from a thousand miles away. Can you juggle all these lovers, or will you have to break a few hearts?

• Play as male, female, or non-binary; gay, straight, bi, ceterosexual, or pansexual.
• Find one lover, two, three, or get back with your ex.
• Navigate workplace drama and the difficulties of being the new person in a strange place.
• Discover yourself as you negotiate the ins and outs of Boulder's social scene.
• Choose exclusivity or open relationships with your new partners.

Some find love in cold climate, but you'll find Love at Elevation.
Updated on
Sep 6, 2023

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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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Ratings and reviews

315 reviews
A Google user
November 9, 2018
On the first playthrough, I enjoyed the game. The setting was in depth, the story was pretty long and the love interests all seemed interesting. Once I played it a second time though, I was thoroughly disappointed. The story is completely reused for the love interests. Other than a few minor differences, it was pretty much copy pasted. Everything from the dates to the sex scenes to the family issues. It was completely reused. That is some serious lazy writing and completely ruined it for me. It's a decent playthrough once, but dont even bother replaying. Total waste.
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A Google user
November 11, 2018
On one play through, the story is very pleasant. The characters are diverse and have very natural human actions. There are only 4 but it is quality over quantity. But, that is all true if you only play this one time. The replay value of this game is extremely low. Maybe 2 or 3 replays tops. This is because the choices, conflicts, activities, and events are the same regardless of the love interest you pick. Its is more of a copy and paste story in more than one play through, with only name and basic hobbies changing. Some moments are different for each character but these are few and far between. The Heart of the House and the Wayhaven Chronicles are both very entertaining romance choose your own story books you can get. Wayhaven has the highest replay value but they are both good.
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A Google user
November 10, 2018
This is definitely a unique hosted games/CoG title. Personally, I really enjoyed the premise and its originality. I love games that have magic, heroes, etc., but there's something nice about playing with real-life scenarios. This game has a large focus on the player's character and (obviously) relationships, so it's going to feel quite different for most readers. I like how memorable the romance options were, and all the different scenes that played out. Not quite understanding the reviews that say you can't be moderate/conservative. It IS a liberal game set in a liberal city, but I really didnt notice a strong political affiliation/stance in the player's character either way. There is one scene where you can choose to be liberal or more conservative, but it's very, very brief. I enjoyed the game a lot, but I do agree with other reviewers that didn't like the fact that occasionally your character would do something by his/herself, where you couldn't make choices, that impacted what happened next or the relationship. Overall, it's a great title, appropriate length and difficulty, and has some interesting concepts and choices to explore. Not as much action as other titles, of course, since you're a regular person in Boulder and not an assassin or space pirate... or a space pirate assassin. Still, if you like more laid-back, romance-heavy games, give it a go. The author is very talented at writing emotion, has original diction (especially as spicier scenes go), and offers some effective lighthearted humor.
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