AfterMath is a post-apocalyptic text-based game. The controls to the game are very simple: hit the number indicated by each available choice, and then hit ENTER! Currently, AfterMath is in its prototype phase. This game is also open-source and Creative Commons; so if you would like to check out the source code, please do feel free to ask for it: there will be no hesitation in sending it to you!
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0 comments by jbjblaze on Dec 3rd, 2013

As of today (which means the update blog was started Dec 13, 2012), the site where you can keep caught up on the changes throughout AfterMath's development (which currently has been unfortunately slow) to date!
You can find the blog at!

As for other news on the development, I have decided to change around the command system as to allow for commands like 'take ', 'move ', etc., except for it'll be 'take', and then a prompt of what to take, and then the item. Or the other way around (i.e. item, then do what to it?).

Thanks for the support, and in case we don't wish it upon y'all yet, happy holidays!

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letseatmushrooms Jun 1 2013, 2:45am says:

well that was a waste of time.

good idea in theory... but... lacking in oh so many ways.

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jbjblaze Jun 9 2013, 11:00am replied:

Please feel free to fill us in on those many ways, that way we can make it more worth your time! :)

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Metalfluff May 28 2013, 11:01am says:

Well, I played it, and I havn't found anything wrong with it. If it's a virus, it's a very gamelike one! ;)

With that said, lets continue to what I thougth of the game:
I like it, you got a good thing going there!
I guess it's a work in progress, but sometimes the story glitches a bit... For example, I found a rock, and then I'm smashing some window I didn't know I found... A bit confusing! But otherwise a nice little game you got there, keep up the good work =)

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jbjblaze Creator
jbjblaze May 14 2013, 9:52pm says:

Alright, I have scanned the file myself -- with AVG and Malwarebytes softwares -- and my guess is that those whose antiviruses are finding viruses or trojans are getting false-positives. To make the .EXE file I have to use conversion software, and the original file is in Batch code -- so that may be why (Batch utilizes command prompt). If you would like, you can find the documents from both scans here:

I apologize, as well, for my frustrations against you commenters. I should have just gone to scan the items, and also apologize for the long-awaited self-scanning of the files. Thanks for the patience.

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Unit206 May 12 2013, 7:52pm says:

Well heres how I see it, your anti virus software scans for irregularities in the programs themselfs. This is all wirtten in was looks like command prompt or python or something. Newer anti-virus software has been known to consider games that were ment for dos or cmd or python to be viruses because its a exe that cannot be activated and checked properly by the anti-virus software.

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jbjblaze Creator
jbjblaze May 14 2013, 5:58pm replied:

Well, my guess is it's a false positive. Other people have downloaded the game without a single problem (incl. myself). But I am going to run Malwarebytes and AVG on the file as soon as I can. As for dealing with staff, it is not on their side of it. And I code with batch, so whether the converter I use makes it look funny, I ain't sure yet.

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simonthecool May 10 2013, 5:00am says:

how do i start the game XD???

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jbjblaze Creator
jbjblaze May 14 2013, 5:55pm replied:

You be able to just launch it. If not, reinstall and it should work (as in from this page).

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elimin8 Apr 22 2013, 3:26am replied:

Still not convenced?

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elimin8 Apr 22 2013, 3:19am replied:

You're kidding right?

Look at some of the tests showing detection rates for it. It's about as bad as it gets.

For example, the last Av-Comparatives file detection test using close to 300,000 samples collected from recent months placed MSE dead last out of all products tested (it detected the least number of samples):

review via: all credit due there.

Know your numbers.

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AfterMath - a post-apoc text-based game
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Badly made, not funny, the multiple choices appear to be a facade for hidden linearity.

Apr 14 2013, 5:41pm by MajorPickle01

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