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This multiple-choice game situates the player in Iberia (a magical version of medieval Spain), the scion of an upwardly-mobile family in the hinterlands with an extraordinary opportunity to visit the royal court and make alliances and dalliances. The player, a Death Mage, is given many opportunities to twist the affections of multiple suitors from low-born to high, around their finger. Different family members will offer consultations, however solicited, regarding which suitor would ultimately be to the highest benefit to you, or rather... them. Different approaches selected by the player will both hinge on and influence the ratings of several statistics: Booksmart, Charm, Subtle, Magic, Wealth, and Reputation, which in their turn will affect the course of the events.

The starting part of the story, Choice of Romance, is offered gratis. Android and iOS versions incorporate the second and third conclusive part of the story, Choice of Intrigues and 'Til Death Do Us Apart as in-game purchasable content. The entire series is also bundled together in the Amazon Kindle omnibus edition Affairs of the Court.


Choice of Romance Android What's the opposite of an achievement?
Choice of Romance Android In-game purchase to unlock the other episodes
Choice of Romance Android Defining the player character
Choice of Romance Android Introduction

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Choice of Romance Screenshot
Choice of Romance Screenshot
Choice of Romance Screenshot
Choice of Romance Screenshot

Alternate Titles

  • "Choice of the Consort" -- Working title
  • "Choice of Romance: Affairs of the Court" -- iOS/Macintosh title
  • "Affairs of the Court: Choice of Romance" -- Steam title

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