Celeste Blake: The Evindium Affair is a Sci-Fi CYOA created in twine which was inspired by MDQP's ‘Tales of the Drunken Cowboy, part 1’ and all elements are used with their permission. This is not a sequel, prequel, or tie in to ‘Tales of the Drunken Cowboy’.
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The game features a different take on the heroine Celeste Blake, who ends up in bit of a predicament when a mission goes wrong and she is marooned on an unfamiliar planet where she doesn’t know who she can trust. Celeste will be forced to make tough calls and experience things out of her comfort zone if she ever hopes to escape the planet. More than just Celeste’s physical safety is left in the balance as sinister forces aim to slowly take control of her mind.
The world of Evindium Prime offers a bleak, futuristic setting where Corporations are king. Interstellar travel has now been made possible, but technology on most planets hasn’t advanced too far past our own. The gap in lifestyle between the rich and the impoverished is more present than ever in some places and gangs fight for control in the underbelly of the city.
Obtaining the Scene Guide: Once Celeste has visited the Hyper Market in Downtown to go shopping, then returns and decides how she is going to deal with the thief she spots, every three visits she will be presented with the opportunity to purchase the Scene Guide.
This is not a full walkthrough, but will help.
A great game which I vastly prefer to the Tales of the Drunken Cowboys that it is inspired by. The mission-based approach greatly increased the percentage of the time I was actually able to do interesting things (as opposed to wandering around aimlessly, trying to figure out what I missed), and the erotic scenes were much more interesting (I particularly like the Shebo scenes, and can't wait to see what is thrown at the character next there). The user interface is also much more usable than in Tales of the Drunken Cowboys. I am looking forward to updates.
I loved the original Tales of the Drunken Cowboy and I love this even more. It's fascinating how real characters you have crafted, as I found myself being actually interested in Celeste as a character with her own backstory and desires - and that's pretty rare for porn. Writing is very, very good and the choices are done really well, as there basically isn't any grinding or useless options.
One other thing: I like how efficient your porn scenes are. There are those authors whose porn scenes draw out insanely long, describing every single thrust and motion, but I find your style much better. It conveys the conflicted emotions of the main character, not just describe the sexual acts in detail. There are many pretty short yet immensely arousing and inspiring scenes, such as gym and the Cobra gang walk of shame.
Shame there's still much to be done! Looking for the updates, keep up good work!
Needs character customization and the photos are to clunky. But really good overall
Version Reviewed: 0.6A
Much like the game that this entry takes inspiration from(Tales of the Drunken Cowboy), Evnindium Affair goes above and beyond the medium it is presented in, showing that HTML games can indeed be done to a professional level. Everything in this game breaks the mold of HTML text games in one way or another, which is a strange thing to hear but believe me, you'll see why if you play it.
I especially love the serious gameplay goals presented in the game. It's rare to see a game with such serious goal points presented to the player. You have a set of concrete goals like "Repair your ship, hide your friend from the authorities, get a permit, etc" and an array of ways to get the job done hidden throughout the world.
Great game, 10/10 and only getting better each update!
Very entertaining game.
I enjoyed almost every part of it.
It already offers a ton of content and doesn't feel empty at all but I can't wait to see even more.
I completed everything I could find and had a blast. Encountered only several bugs but none of them gamebreaking.
As was said before it feels very professionally done, I like most of the graphics (would be great if there was even more of them), story is engaging and fight (or no fight) with the submission is enjoyable.
Good job and keep it up.