Choice: Texas is an educational interactive fiction game addressing reproductive healthcare access in the state of Texas. Although billed as interactive fiction, Choice: Texas is based on extensive research into healthcare access, legal restrictions, geography, and demographics, and is reflective of the real circumstances facing women in the state. The game is intended to encourage players to think empathetically about the challenges facing women confronting unplanned or difficult pregnancies.
Choice: Texas was successfully funded through individual contributions collected through Indiegogo and co-developed with Allyson Whipple. Paste Magazine said, “In a gaming world where the shock tactics of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes and The Walking Dead translate to phony relevance, Choice: Texas is respectfully profound” and rated the game a 9 out of 10. The Arkansas Times called it “one of the most groundbreaking games of the year.”