Who didn’t love those old “Choose Your Own Adventure” books as a kid? Who possibly didn’t love those? Don’t bother to raise your hands or anything, as this is the internet and I actually don’t care. YOU love those kind of books. You know its true. Just relax and roll with it.
There were only two things that I didn’t really like about the genre, though. First, you had to try to puzzle out exactly the way that the book’s author would have thought, or else the main character (you, I guess) would die a grisly fate. Second, I didn’t like the fact that all choices seemed to lean toward a unified goal. In short, you couldn’t just choose the option “eh, screw this. I’mma go get a burger.”
That was before Tauhid Bondia launched Epicsplosion, which features the adventures of Tripp Roguestar, adventurer extraordinaire, his disgusting, annoying Praxillian sidekick Grope, and a limitless number of bad decisions.
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