Check it out for yourself, it’s free!
Today I have another free visual novel for you: The Tale of the Talking Frog by Ein is a really worth a shot for a debut work! The VN has animated sprites, three endings, and is a wonderful retelling of the Frog Prince.
I really liked how well-written the story is, and how detailed the frog and the other characters are protrayed. Take a loook!
The Censor by Lucky Special Games is dystopian science fiction thriller. In this free visual novel, you explore as CJ489775 the so-called “System.” Through an integrated visual network you get even more background information about the world and the characters. Furthermore, the game offers five endings and a well-made soundtrack.
Experience a story of betrayal, fear, and “motherly love” in a claustrophobic thriller with believable characters and political undertone. A true gem of the genre!
P.S: Are you interested in more games by Lucky Special Games? Keep your eyes peeled, because I might have something special for you soon! 😉
How To Take Off Your Mask is the latest otome game by roseVeRte. You assume the role of Lilia (name changeable) who one day turns into a Luccretia – a being that is half human and half cat. You will find out within the game how she will manage her new life and if she can show her true face to her childhood friend Ronan.
Although you can only date one boy in this visual novel, it offers two different paths, many CGs, great art, and professional Japanese voice acting. If you like the games from roseVeRte, you will love this funny, romantic, and thrilling story.
The short kinetic novel The Mermaid, the Sea and the Boy’s Summer is animated, voiced, and a nice 10 minutes pastime. Check it out, the game is free!
Tiny Empire by Mgaia Studio is a fantasy shoot’em up, where you have to blow up orcs with a canon. Similar to a popular game where you have to shoot with birds, Tiny Empire is perfect for people who want to blow up pixels on the go.
The game is presented in a 16-bit retro style and with its setting in the middle age and an addictive game play it’s a real insider’s tip! At the moment the game is available for Windows Phones, Android, and iOS version later.
Sunset by Tale of Tales is a game about exploring, thinking, and dreaming. A narrative work of art with a strong female protagonist, who gets caught up in a situation that is everything but normal. The only normality she gets is when she is working. However, she expresses her emotions, thoughts, and beliefs in different formats.
“It’s 1972 and a military coup has rocked Anchuria, a small country in Latin America. As a result, you, Angela Burnes, US citizen, are trapped in the metropolitan capital of San Bavón. Your paradise has turned into a warzone. To make ends meet, you take up a job as a housekeeper. Every week, an hour before sunset, you clean the swanky bachelor pad of the wealthy Gabriel Ortega. You are given a number of tasks to do, but the temptation to go through his stuff is irresistible. And what is he up to? As you get to know your mysterious absent employer better, you are sucked into a rebellious plot against the notorious dictator who rules the country with an iron fist.”
A game about so many important topics that one cannot list them all here. Starting with identity vis politics through to family and love. A melancholic, nostalgic work that inspires. A declaration of love to art, the beauty, and the sublime. A masterpiece.
The shooter Hatred by Destructive Creations was much talked of already. Nevertheless, I want to present you the game for the record. We from MoonCreative translated the game into several languages; I’ve done the German translation of course.
If you are at least 18 years old and want to know more about the game, please visit the official site or the sales pages on Steam. I don’t know, however, if and how the game can be bought and downloaded in Germany (or any other specific country for that reason). Also, I would like to distance myself from any content, opinions, views, and statements that are somehow connected to the game.
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Today I have seven free kinetic novels by Kudo Masahiro for you. All of them are about different birds and every story has some kind of moral.
All of the KNs are very short, but perfect for a little snack on the way. If you liked the other stories from Kudo Masahiro (Ghost Fall, Red Ogre and Blue Ogre), you probably won’t be disappointed by them.
All kinetic novels can be read online, thanks to the user “Alte”. They are available in Japanese, English, and German. You can find an overview of all seven stories here. Or just pick a story from here:
East Tower by roseVeRte is an episodic visual novel series that is available for smartphones and computers; now also officially in German (with Japanese voice acting). The game is divided into 4 paths; Akio, Takashi, Kuon, and Kurenai. Each episode is about one of the four boys and you’ll learn more about the plot. It is recommended to play the series in the shown order.
The game is not only an otome game, it is also very funny and romantic. Since the female protagonist changes her gender in the virtual world, there will also be funny BL scenes. You can buy the episodes here on Steam: