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The Choice of Life: Middle Ages is a silly and short choice-based adventure

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An adventure that slightly reminds me of the Reigns series, The Choice of Life: Middle Ages has you pick from a couple cards to pick choices and go on your adventure.

It's a bit odd, often quite short when your choices lead to your demise but also quite amusing at the same time. You start off as a baby as you try to make yourself get noticed, and gradually go through decision after decision hopefully trying to stay alive and make a name for yourself. Most of the time, I just keep end up getting killed through various daft encounters but it's got a weird sort of charm to it.

Choices, choices.

Not a great amount of depth to it, as what you see is what you get. You have little in the way of lives with three hearts, and many decisions will lead to the loss of a heart. Plenty of blunt and childish humour spread throughout. When you have a few minutes free to make some stupid decisions and see where they go, it's a bit of casual fun.

You can buy The Choice of Life: Middle Ages on Steam.

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razing32 Nov 13, 2020
I got it
It's a fun little time sink
Nothing special , but enough to make you have a bit of fun
hardpenguin Nov 13, 2020
I love this kind of games! And it looks like you highlighted yet another Linux-friendly developer, all their Steam releases are on Linux 😄
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