High School Story is a mobile device video game written by the Surviving High School staff and was developed and published by Pixelberry Studios in September 2013. High School Story is available on iPhone and iPod formats and can be purchased through the App Store or the Google Store on Android. High School Story is now available for Kindle users. The game serves as a sister story to Surviving High School (otherwise known to fans as SHS) where recognizable characters from the former have graduated to upon its release.
Promotional images of the game and cliques were released on the Surviving High School Facebook page a week before it's release, as well as small sneak peeks of the game at the end of SHS episodes. The game currently has over 10,000,000 players to date.
High School Story is a game following your own customizable teenager who has recently opened a new high school in hopes of offering the best school experience to any new student transfer. Players can choose characters to go on dates, throw parties, complete missions, play pranks, and watch as friendships develop. It follows the same style of the continuous storyline on Surviving High School, as the more you progress, the further the story advances. It is similar to the other game Pixelberry has released, Hollywood U: Rising Stars.
Connections to Surviving High School
- Autumn, a artist at Twin Branches who transferred out after an incident with Lindsay Vale, is permanently moved over to this game as a main character with a new look. She makes a few references to her friends at Twin Branches.
- Wes has moved over to the game following an expulsion to be with Autumn. His look and design has also been upgraded.
- Owen and Kimi make a brief appearance in the Just Dance-A-Thon quest where they reference a plot-line from the first Troublemakers season to Autumn. They sport new hairstyles and clothing. They play minor roles in later quests.