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About the StoryWhat if summer could last forever? With your psychic powers and a little time magic, it can! An interactive teen supernatural mystery novel.
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Also, Psy High is high on my list of best Choicescript games.
So I enjoyed this game. It's more serious in some ways than the first game.
You play as a camp counselor, and you make a big discovery about the camp. You have the opportunity to radically change your life and the life of others.
More than any other Choicescript game I've played, I experienced a lot of temptation here. I usually pick a role early and play along, and this time I played the 'help everyone as much as possible." But the game sets up competing goals really well, and by the end I had ended up acting very selfishly and killing several people.
I like how the game has truly meaningful choices interspersed with reflective choices; for instance, you can pick your relationship with your parents, which makes you feel powerful in and of yourself.
I saw someone complain on Steam that the game had a high school setting, so keep in mind that this is absolutely a high school game. I loved this game, and intend to play it again in the future, maybe try and change some of the darker choices I made.
I received a review copy of this game.
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