Imagine a child’s world with adult contents where there is no good and no bad, no rights and wrongs – just bare facts and your own decisions that define the course of the story. And even though you are just a kid, the choices you are going to make are rather serious and not always easy. For instance, it’s up to you to decide whether you want to collaborate with monsters living in the dungeons or fight your way out, literally. Each of your actions will have a direct affect on the game’s plot – and, naturally, the way others think of you. So you are the only person to choose whether you want a reputation of serial killer or amiable creature that’s good to make friends with. Thus, there are several possible ways to finish the game. All choices taken by you will be remembered and if you decide to replay the game, the dialogues and attitude of other characters will be in line with the strategy you used the last time. However, this time can be different if you take another road and see what other alternative endings the developers have in store for you. Together with cute graphics, original soundtrack and captivating characters, this narrative flexibility makes Undertale Multiplayer worth playing for every fan of indie games!