The visual novel is about 50% longer than the first installment, offers partly animated CGs and Japanese voice acting. With custom theme songs as well as two animated movies, the second game of the Story of Eroolia will not disappoint you!
“Regina, our heroine, magically appears in Eroolia. She has no idea how she ended up in Eroolia, and here, she meets Juli and his companions, whom she ends up joining on their journey to Laarz, a country of cat people. Will she be able to return home? Is Regina’s presence in Eroolia an accident or is there a purpose behind it? Can she trust Juli who seems to be full of secrets?”
MechaNika by Mango Protocol is an adventure game about the 7-year-old Nika who is fed up with the world she’s living in. Don’t let the cute art style fool you, the game is not suitable for children. It’s cynical, not always political correct and offensive in parts – the perfect mix for a psychotic adventure!
“In MechaNika, the first Psychotic adventure, you will meet Nika, an intelligent girl that doesn’t fit the world in which she lives. Perhaps it’s the chocolate shake with a shot of cognac which she carries in her backpack which makes her different. Or maybe it’s the fact that at 7 years old her favourite things are the transfer of energy, magnetic fields and electrical engineering! But being the odd one out doesn’t matter to Nika. Not anymore. She has a plan to solve everything. A really… odd plan. You read the MechaNika manifesto, right?”
The German translation is only available on Steam so far. The other platforms will be updated at a later date! Do not forget to check out the next psychotic adventure: Agatha Knife.
Demetrios by Cowcat is a point and click adventure game with a big interactive world and a lot of cynical humor.
“Bjorn Thonen, a slob of an antique dealer living in Paris, is robbed one night after coming home drunk. Forced to conduct his own investigation with the help of his neighbor Sandra, he ends up involved in a murky, mysterious affair. Will these unlikely heroes be able to rise up and discover ancient secrets?”
Demetrios is crammed with funny dialogs, varied mini games and 8-12 hours of gameplay! Available for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, iOS, and Android!
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.
“This is Leezera, the capital of Eroolia. Lilia is just an ordinary girl who works in a bakery. She spends every day happily with her childhood friend, Ronan. One day Lilia finds her body has shrunk. Moreover, she has grown cat ears and a tail?! She doesn’t know that she’s actually a luccretia, a half-human and half-cat creature. She panics, jumps out through her room’s window, and runs towards the town. And the first person she bumps into is the city guard, Ronan. The mask of “Big Sis” and “Luccretia Girl” she wears. The mask of “Lil Bro” and “City Guard” he wears. Which one of them will be taken off first?”
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.