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The Vampire House

by Jesse Freeman


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(based on 3 ratings)
2 member reviews

About the Story

Human/monster romance at its finest! Overcome species diversity. Meet new and exciting creatures. Learn to cast spells. Train to fight monsters. Study to improve your grades in school!

Experience a world filled with monsters.
Study an occult text.
Romance various monsters and demons.
Develop your athletic prowess, or become a bookworm.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: 1.0.4
License: Commercial
Development System: ChoiceScript
Forgiveness Rating: Merciful
IFID: Unknown
TUID: 2qg3suzmb79sv1q1


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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Much to read, little to do., February 2, 2018
The game plays in an alternate reality which is just like our world, except for that vampires co-exist as a small minority among humans. Most humans are not very fond of the vampires, some are downright racist, even violent. You play a human adolescent who's forced to live with a vampire family for a while. The story is full of action, romance and the occasional sociocritical undertone.

For literature, "The Vampire House" is too shallow. It's obviously written for adolescents, and not for the "Catcher in the Rye" reading type of adolescents. At times it reads like a dime novel, which would be okay for a piece of interactive fiction. Unfortunately, as a gamebook it lacks interactivity. Page after page after page it's just text, until finally a decision is required, usually just to boost different stats that might come in handy much later. Like, each evening you can chose between "studying" and "workout" (and a few minor things). This gets repetitive pretty soon. The story slowly hints at two greatly differing ends, but the way there gets more and more boring.

Adolescents might find this gamebook entertaining. Others better look elsewhere.

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
AWESOME, October 18, 2017
I found the story to be REALLY FUN! But guess what else? I'm pretty sure, scratch that, I KNOW that this was copied from the original. Everything is the same, including the website. I would recommend you go on Google Play Games instead to play the original, or go to Choice of Games Forum. Since it's a copy, I would rate it 1, but since I want other people to go to the original game and see this review and know that it's a complete copy, I am going to rate it a 5. Just because I'm that much of a hater on copiers.

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