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Upcoming Heart’s Choice Releases 2019 - 2020
- Jazz Age by Nicola R. White: gv. Released Dec 2. Choose PC’s gender, romance men or women. Find love, excitement, and adventure on the streets and in the speakeasies of 1920s New York.
- Dawnfall by @RoAnnaSylver: gv. Released Dec 2. Choose PC’s gender; love interests of multiple genders. Join the crew of the Dawnfall, a spaceship crewed by humans and aliens, and powered by the rhythm of the universe. The worlds are balanced, until one day, an explosive disaster, a deadly energy storm, and an infamous pirate upend your life. Navigate your own course, find love with humans and aliens, and hope you can weather the storms.
- All World Pro Wrestling by David Monster and @JimD: m/m. Released Dec 2. As a trainee in Professional Wrestling Federation…you’re ready to take on all comers. Training includes sparring, matches in the ring against the other trainees, tag team competitions, a battle royal, and antics in the showers and locker room.
- A Pirate’s Pleasure by Lisa Fox: f/m. Released Dec 2. Sail the Caribbean as a pirate captain in search of treasure and love. Will you woo your rival captain, his quartermaster, or the upstanding governor of the island? Wage battles on sea and land, manage your crew, defend the freedom of the seas - and possibly, get very very rich.
- A Player’s Heart by Melissa Scott: f/f. Beta, releasing January 2020 ?. You are a rising member of the Opera Company in the glittering city of Tristendesande. The Opera’s leaders are determined to stay above the city’s tangled politics, but in the hothouse of the theater, love and politics are always intertwined. Court the woman of your dreams while defending the Opera and the city’s freedoms.
- Games listed here are in progress, and we do not have any good estimate yet of when they will be released, or their final determination of “heat level.”
- Souls Unguarded by @NissaCam: m/m. In progress. You have a secret: you can converse with the souls of the dead. Under the iron rule of the Ascendancy, that truth would cost your freedom if you ever let it slip. You’ve even landed a job assisting a professor and anatomist at the Grand Lyceum. Just one problem: the cadavers, who aren’t generally expected to be chatty. Now your secret is a hairsbreadth from being revealed, the tall, dark professor is hiding something from you, and to complicate matters more, you can’t seem to keep him out of your thoughts.
- Demons and Decorum by Laura Austin: f/gv. In progress. Choose romances with women, men, and nonbinary persons. In the wake of a series of demon attacks in London, you are sent to stay with your relations in far-off Fossfeld county. But as you settle deeper into society, you discover a mounting demonic presence in the town. What’s a young woman in possession of little fortune to do when faced with battling the forces of hell while trying to find a romantic match?
- Shadow Heart by Laralyn McWilliams: f/m. In progress. Dive into the heart of the unknown as a reporter assigned to cover a ghost-hunting investigation. Discover the secrets of the abandoned–and haunted?–hospital, your own past, and your own heart.
- If It Pleases the Court by D. Chaudron: f-nb/f. In progress. The year is 1744. Louis XV’s mistress has died mysteriously, and he stands with little influence in the face of the court. In order to reclaim the mantle of his father, the Secret du Roi was founded, placing a cadre of spies and diplomats under his control. As a member of this cadre, whether through duels, investigation, or seduction, you must weave a tight web around the court itself, all while guarding your own heart. What happens when a spy falls in love?
- Never Date Werewolves by Rebecca Zahabi: f/gv. In progress. They call Lyon the City of Light, but as far as you’re aware, it’s more the City of Werewolves. So when you said you wanted kids, you didn’t quite realise what you were signing up for: a litter of six kids who could turn into cubs when they got upset. And you weren’t expecting your ex to do a runner and leave you hanging! And amongst school projects, shrieking children and mysterious neighbors, you might even look for – and find – true love.
- Untitled Hockey Game by Kate Montgomery: m/m. In progress. You’re a rising star on the US Olympic hockey team, and things are heating up on and off the ice. Deal with doping scandals, rivalries with the Russian team, and your growing feelings for your fellow players as you go for gold!
- Warrior’s Shot by @FayI : gv. In progress. Choose PC’s gender; choose love interests’ genders. Battle for your life and freedom as a gladiator, imprisoned by magic and a mighty empire’s power. Will you fight for glory, for revolution, for survival–or for the love of one of your fellow warriors?
Heart’s Choice FAQWhat is Heart’s Choice?
Heart’s Choice is a new label in the Choice of Games family. It will publish high-quality interactive romance fiction written in ChoiceScript. The editorial staff of Heart’s Choice is the same as the editorial staff of Choice of Games, so we’ll be bringing the same high standards to Heart’s Choice’s game design and literary quality.
Will Heart’s Choice games be erotica?
Not all of them, no. Heart’s Choice games will have a wide range of ratings. Some will be fairly soft: if they were conventional romance novels they’d be called “sweet” or “candlelit;” if they were movies they’d be rated PG. Some will be racier: if they were conventional romance novels they’d be called “spicy” and if they were movies they’d be rated R. Some will be erotica. We’re building a balanced catalogue so that everyone will be able to find a spiciness level that’s to their taste.
Will there be pictures?
No. Like Choice of Games titles, Heart’s Choice games will be text only.
Will I be able to choose my PC’s gender and/or orientation in a Heart’s Choice game?
In some Heart’s Choice games, yes. However, because many romance novel readers like to stick with a single combination of genders, we’ll also have some Heart’s Choice games in which the gender of the PC and their love interest(s) is pre-determined. We will work hard to make sure that Heart’s Choice games include a wide variety of genders in the PCs and love interests alike. We want there to be something for everyone!
Can anyone write a Heart’s Choice game?
Heart’s Choice writers will be selected by a process similar to that for Choice of Games writers, and will be limited to authors with previous publications or equivalent experience.
Will there be a Hosted Games equivalent for Heart’s Choice?
No, we’re not planning one in the foreseeable future.
Will Heart’s Choice be as feminist and inclusive as Choice of Games?
Yes. Those values are deeply important to us as a company. Like all Choice of Games titles, all Heart’s Choice titles will show respect for all genders and orientations. Heart’s Choice titles will be sex-positive, too, emphasizing affirmative consent. There will never be a Heart’s Choice game that condones rape.
When will the first Heart’s Choice game be released?
We hope to launch at the end of 2019.
Will Heart’s Choice be an omnibus app only?
For the initial launch and foreseeable future, yes. iOS explicitly demands omnibus apps, and we have decided not to launch with individual apps on Google Play. Games will be available on Steam, iTunes, Google Play Store, Android Amazon App Store, and the website.
Are there games for straight men on Heart’s Choice?
Yes. We have several gender variable games, meaning you can choose the option to play as a man, and romance women.
Many Heart’s Choice games are gender and/or sexuality locked. So far, our genderlocked/sexuality locked games are designed for straight, gay, or bisexual women, and gay men. We have not yet received a workable pitch for a game written locked for straight men. Our Heart’s Choice editorial team does not assign pitches or demand that they be written for genders or sexualities other than as proposed by the author doing the pitching. If and when we receive a pitch for a straight male romance game, we will pursue that pitch as we do other pitches, and if it works, we will publish such a game.