It seemed like a choose your own adventure game from the screenshots as well.I was wondering if anyone has the link to their website or any suggestions on games in this category that might be interesting.There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than there is now, Nor any more heaven or hell than there is now.Urge and urge and urge, Always the procreant urge of the world.The term itself dates at least as far back as 1980, as shown in a Dragon article by Jean Wells and Kim Mohan which includes the following statement: "There is great potential for more than hacking and slashing in D&D or AD&D; there is the possibility of intrigue, mystery and romance involving both sexes, to the benefit of all characters in a campaign." The article goes on to report the experience of one D&D player who claimed that "when she plays in tournaments, she does run into the 'hack and slash' type of player, but most of them are adolescent males.These types of players not only aggravate her, but [aggravate] other, more mature players as well." Journalists covering the video game industry often use the term "hack and slash" to refer to a distinct genre of 3D third-person, weapon-based, melee action games, including titles such as Devil May Cry, Dynasty Warriors, Ninja Gaiden, God of War, Genji, No More Heroes, Bayonetta, Darksiders and Dante's Inferno.
I'm just a huge fan of games and bringing two things I enjoy together does not seem like a bad idea.
In arcade/console-style action video games, the term has a different usage, specifically implying a focus on real-time combat with hand-to-hand weapons as opposed to guns or fists.
The term is often written in hyphenated form and with the conjunction contracted, e.g. The term "hack and slash" has its roots in "pen and paper" RPGs such as Dungeons & Dragons, denoting campaigns of violence with no other plot elements or significant goal.
It's something a user on this forum started making but that might be it.
The only two games that come to mind are House of Dreams and this one that I think was just called "sleepover" about a boy getting into his little sisters sleepover. If I'm wrong then I'd love to know about this other game!