Earth's reality wasn't meant to happen—in fact, it was the product of a very bored goddess. She created an intricate latticework of six worlds to keep herself entertained, and because they were separated from the
universe, she interconnected them. These interconnections help the worlds to survive, and they actually support the structure of the reality itself. You know, so it doesn't collapse and kill everyone.
Yes, if just one world becomes unanchored, they will all be crushed under the infinite weight of the original universe. She...didn't exactly think that one through. But, like any other responsible being, she developed a plan.
Crown of Worlds is a science-fantasy hybrid. The author draws on her passion for science and fantasy alike to tell a story that explores the consequence of human connections. It's about choices, actions, inclusivity...and it's unafraid to address the dark sides of idealism. Will you find yourself sympathizing with the antagonists?
You will experience the entire story from the main character's first person perspective, and travel to five different worlds as you attempt to prevent the collapse of Earth's universe.
Over-arching plot develops throughout five parts, featuring weighty themes in equally distinct settings.
Dark fantasy (Black Forest, elemental magic) Theme: Exploitation
Urban dystopia Theme: Multi-generational war
Steampunk fantasy (alchemy, early industry) Theme: Corporate Oligarchies
Future utopia (science fiction) Theme: Censorship
Mythic fantasy (pagan theology and mythical beings) Theme: Fatalism and intention vs. impact
Endings: 20 plus, featuring 10 story advancement endings and over 10 dark endings.
You choose whether to experience the story as a male or female.
Chapters and parts, like a novel. No “canon routes,” every character is equally important to the ending.
You decide if romance is part of your happy ending. Get sweet and sexual or keep it chill and platonic. Both options are written with the utmost affection. (All romance routes are open to both playable genders. BxB, GxG, BxG, GxB).
No stat-raising or mini games to distract from the narrative. Game branches occur at critical junctions within the story. Other choices offer personal flavor, but don’t derail the story. This frees you to respond naturally instead of changing your behavior to “win.”
Dark Ends: Alternate histories worth reading. “Game over ends” in this story aren't simply for shock value. They explore what the main character’s life would be like if they chose differently at a critical junction in the story, and are guaranteed to include additional lore.
Diversity is love, diversity is life. Multiple races, abilities, genders, and sexualities enrich the character cast.
Play as Bellot, a former U.S. Navy medic.
During your adventure, you will meet:
Crown of Worlds is intended for mature audiences. You will encounter vulgar language, graphic violence of a nonsexual nature, references to drug/alcohol consumption, and may encounter sexually suggestive content.
Windows 7/8.1/10 (64bit)
Intel Core Duo or better
4 GB RAM
DirectX / OpenGL capable GPU
822 MB available space
|Publisher:||Prismatech Media Arts|