Schism is an text-based adventure game developed by Jeffrey Driver
Schism has been developed by Jeffrey Driver
As I approached the house, the silence and darkness were disquieting. The house was exactly as I remembered it. The fact that the house was dark struck me as unusual. It wasn't particularly late and besides, I'd done as instructed and arrived as soon as possible. I wasn't sure whether try the front door or see anyone was at the rear of the house.
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Game Reviews

boring, slow and slightly cliche.
LV 5AliemPanda(1 year ago)
It was a pretty good game to be honest. Also it was a little creepy with the sounds and it was pretty good made so i would suggest to play it but not if u dont like reading cause you have to read alot.
LV 6MrPandah(2 years ago)
I don't know if I'd call this a game. The story itself it interesting, albeit a bit slow. It wasn't very scary either.
LV 12savvypirate(2 years ago)
It was good for being my first game played on here, the red creepy eyes in the windows certainty gave me the goosebumps
LV 1psych0delicc(1 year ago)
I really enjoyed the game! The atmosphere was creepy and the sound was okay. The story was very nice! I also like the red eyes in the windows, even more creepy.
LV 1MissMasquerade(1 year ago)
rate-3 i actually found this text base game different form the others
LV 5Tr1ckst3r(1 year ago)
great story it ws sad scary and made me angry
LV 1nekogamersuzie(9 months ago)
Few comments: First off, this was beautiful, visually and audibly. What a master designer you are. Now for the ugly - most obviously, the game wasn't really a game! I'm a huge fan of text-based games (especially text-based adventures), and this didn't really fit the category. If anything it was more of an interactive story; which, had I known, would have made the experience somewhat more enjoyable if it weren't for my next point... Editing. Just editing. The grammatical errors in a story which quite solely revolves around reading are sprinkled liberally throughout. If you're not a native English speaker, my apologies; however, there are plenty of sources you could use to glance over your writing before publishing what seems an otherwise crowning piece of effort. In short, I only wish you had put as much thought into the writing, story, and gameplay itself (even some short search sequences would have been enough to break up the monotony) as you did into the audio and visuals. Keep developing! Lot of great stuff here!
LV 1Zemikian(1 month ago)
this game erm??? my nan can make a better games then this
LV 1PIandNICK(1 year ago)
hhhhmm good one
LV 1keko(1 year ago)