Choices: Stories You Play

Choices: Stories You Play

By Pixelberry Studios

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2016-08-20
  • Current Version: 2.2.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 112.20 MB
  • Developer: Pixelberry Studios
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 59,731 Ratings

Description

One choice can change everything! Fall in love, solve crimes, or embark on epic fantasy adventures in immersive visual stories where YOU control what happens next! Current stories include: THE FRESHMAN, BOOK 1. Welcome to Hartfeld University! You'll make friends for life, and maybe even find true love. Will you date bookish James, party girl Kaitlyn, football hero Chris... or all three at once? - Dress to impress with fashion forward outfits. - Choose a date for the elegant and romantic Winter Formal. - Support new friends as you tackle freshman adventures together! THE CROWN & THE FLAME, BOOK 1. Your enemies stole your kingdom, but now the time has come for you to raise an army, master magic, and reclaim your crown! - Form alliances to build your army. - Master unique weapons. - Choose between elegant ball gowns and powerful armor. - Crush your enemies in an epic battle! MOST WANTED, BOOK 1. The heat is on when a no-nonsense Texas Marshal and a Hollywood detective are thrown together to stop a deranged hitman. Can you catch the killer? - Play as Detective Dave Reyes and U.S. Marshal Sam Massey. - Investigate a mystery with twists you won't see coming. - Examine evidence at crime scenes. - Stop the killer before he can claim another victim! ...PLUS more new stories and chapters EACH WEEK! CHOICES UNLIMITED KEYS SUBSCRIPTION: – You can subscribe for unlimited keys, allowing you to play as many chapters as you like during your subscription period – Subscriptions are $2.99 weekly and $7.99 monthly* – Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase – Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period – Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal – Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase – Purchased subscriptions continue for the duration of the subscription period – Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription *Prices shown in $USD. Prices may vary by region in accordance with the App Store Pricing Matrix PRIVACY POLICY & TERMS OF SERVICE - Please read our privacy policy at http://www.pixelberrystudios.com/choices-privacy-policy/ - By playing Choices, you agree to our terms of service http://www.pixelberrystudios.com/choices-terms-of-service ABOUT US Choices is by the team that first created story games for mobile over a decade ago. Later we created Surviving High School and Cause of Death, the first games with episodes, for EA. Both games hit the Top 25 and were inspirations for other companies. After leaving EA, our team regrouped in a small office and with the quacking of nearby ducklings we set out to create story-driven games with heart. As Pixelberry, we launched two hit games, High School Story and Hollywood U. Our team has now grown to over a dozen of the most experienced game writers in the industry. In our 10 years of creating story games together, we’ve seen heartbreak, marriages, great adventures, and even Pixelbabies. But even through diaper changes and late nights, we think we’ve created our best work to date. We hope you’ll fall in love with our newest characters, Chris, James, Kaitlyn, Dave, and Sam just as we have. Enjoy, - The Pixelberry Team

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  • Diamonds Take Joy Out of Gameplay

    3
    By NianiNasira
    I was really excited to see Pixelberry had come up with a game like this. I have been a fan since EA’s “Surviving High School” ca. 2007 and got into Pixelberry’s HSS & Hollywood U as a result. Choices has incredible storylines like Episode without the awful graphics. The characters are for the most part compelling in every book I’ve tried so far. That said, all of the aforementioned games had some form of optional payment for premium currency to be used for extra storylines &/or special clothes, and I happily obliged whenever I could. But Choices TAKES IT TO AN ALL NEW LEVEL. The fact that the keys stop collecting after only gathering two (taking approx 4hrs) is annoying, but that’s manageable. I’m more disturbed by the fact that during gameplay, diamond purchases are shoved down your throat at every turn. I’d estimate there are options for purchasing some friendly/romantic gesture/outfits 3-6 times per episode for 12-30 diamonds each time. The store offers 60 diamonds for $4.99. Also when you don’t buy diamonds, characters within the game shame you like “oh you look really plain” or “oh I thought we were friends and you could help me.” It’s ridiculous. I agree with other reviews in that I would much rather have the option to watch extra ads and get diamonds/Keys than this current system.
  • Can’t keep spending money on diamonds!!!

    4
    By kahnell
    I am absolutely obsessed with this game. But I am tired of spending money on diamonds just to get ahead in the game. I’ve spent over $50 on this game. I think you should give more diamonds per chapter or stop requiring every outcome to need “X” amount of diamonds. It’s really frustrating and makes me not want to continue the game.
  • Good idea, not execution

    2
    By Dleah2010
    Everyone’s reviews about the diamonds and keys is spot on. I can’t even do the last chapter of my first story without apparently buying a key, so I can’t even finish my first experience. I refuse to spend money and I’m not obsessed so I don’t care if I can finish or i just delete this game. I like the concept but if I can’t play it without so much frustration, I will delete it. I don’t know, let it sit a while and see if you improve I guess.
  • Fun but pricy

    3
    By Qtcheri
    It's really fun to play and watch the stories, but it can be quite pricy with the keys and diamonds to purchase...
  • 50/50

    2
    By Ogcarlosg69
    Have to pay for some choices which is stupid
  • Entertaining somewhat...but gotta pay for the goodies

    2
    By LiquidSkyline
    Fun storylines. Downside: Only gain 1 diamond for every finished chapter. Expect to pay for any good “choice” option which averages 20/25 diamonds. If you don’t pay for the choices you get a basic linear storyline.
  • They quoted Hamilton so I’ll rate it

    4
    By Noice mah d00d
    I probably would’ve given it 3 stars if they didn’t do that, I just listened to Hamilton right before, I think the wait for the keys is a little too long and there probably need to be more slots for keys, I also think that you should be able to attain diamonds easier considering you only get 1 diamond per chapter.
  • Diamonds & Keys

    2
    By 👌🙌❤️👏
    developers created amazing storylines for this app, but to have to pay nearly $10-$20 on a story to make the choices you want is this game’s biggest downfall. Also, a better system than just 2 keys max needs to be put into consideration for future updates.
  • Love it

    5
    By JjfdvccSgvyvjvgc
    I was wondering when is HIGH SCHOOL STORY BOOK 3 coming out cause i recently finished book 1 and 2
  • Why does it cost so much? Not recommended.

    2
    By katylava
    DON'T PLAY THIS IF YOU HAVE MORE MONEY THAN SELF CONTROL! The premium choices are EXTREMELY MANIPULATIVE. It's heartbreaking because I really enjoyed these stories. But that's only because I had the freedom, temporarily, to sink a lot of money into it... Enough that I'm embarrassed to say how much. If I couldn't have spent money on those premium choices, it would not be much fun. In at least one of the series, you miss out on like half the story if you don't spend money. Often, without gems, you have to make free choices that don't make sense for the character, and it will make you sad, and I'm not playing to be sad. If you buy a few gems, it's basically gambling because you can't make every premium choice, but you don't know how many there will be in advance or how much they'll cost. So there's not really a way to budget your gems.

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