Huge fan of the caped crusaders? Or masked vigilantes? Well, the next best Superhero Interactive Fiction novel is coming out next month! Skystrike: Wings of Justice releases soon.

Check out this tweet from the author!

Skystrike: Wings of Justice is releasing November 10th, and was written by E. Chris Ambrose, featuring over 313,000 words. The interactive novel is being published underneath the Choice of Games banner.

This is just one of the few Choice of Games novels coming out this year—along with New Witch In Town. You can always count on them for quality novels.

Skystrike will place you in the center of an action-packed hero adventure. You’ll play as a falcon-esque high-flying hero, trying to stop the RatKing’s evil plans.

The best part? As a choice-driven novel, you get to choose the superhero you want to be. Soar, smash and thwart crime, or negotiate for peace—the decision is up to you.

If you’re a fan of anything Marvel or DC, this is a must-read! This Superhero Interactive Fiction also allows for diverse character customization options.

You can choose to play as a male, female, or non-binary hero. You can also choose your sexual orientation between: gay, straight, bi, and asexual/aromatic.

Skystrike also allows for a dark-mode user-interface for better readability!

For people who love the diversity in their interactive novels for immersion, Skystrike checks all the boxes. Choice of Games has been incredible with its representation.

The game offers four different origin stories to explore. There are even systems in-game to build up trust and rapport with your city, and you can even win over evil henchmen!

Do you have what it takes to save the city, and rise to the occasion (literally, with your falcon powers)? Wishlist Skystrike: Wings of Justice on Steam now!

The interactive novel will also be released on mobile and web platforms.

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By Camellia Hao Ren

Camellia Hao Ren is an Australian journalist and editor. When they aren't writing, they are usually playing games or reading.

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