Check it out for yourself, it’s free!
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!
Today I have two new free kinetic novels for you! Both games are Japanese legends and are relatively short. Red Ogre and Blue Ogre is something for children, but it has a certain message. Ghost Fall has some light horror elements and it’s a little bit scary. Both KNs are nice for reading in your break or something; you can play them in your browser:
The stories are from Kudo Masahiro. Happy reading!
Since several other developers are long in coming it is nice that a new translation gets released. However, in July, I can finally make the huge announcement.
What is Haru up to now? His friends are in danger, and he has to make an important decision. The true villain shows up and threatens Haru and all the people he loves. Can Haru find his friends in time to warn them? Will he find the answers in Shizuka’s house, or in the forest?
Since Midnight Chaos is a thank you to the fans of the series, I wanted to make it available who support the Sleepless Night series in some way. If you’ve created fan art, fan fiction, a translation of one of the games, or something else or have provided me with resources for the games and/or helped me with programming/art/testing, just send me a message and I’ll send you a link to the full game once it’s released. Of course, you can also create something new, it doesn’t have to be super complex, just something small is good enough. I’ll post fan art and other things on my website and link to a page of yours if you want.
The prequel to Grinning Heart: The Meeting is released! In Grinning Heart: The Voyage Chro ends up in a cursed forest where she finds a handsome man. If you know the series, you know that a lot of missunderstandings and funny dialogues are bound to occur.
Grinning Heart: The Voyage by Ngareci is a bit longer than the first game and offers funny, animated scenes with Chro and her new “target”, beautiful artwork, and a dragon. It is a kinetic novel, so no choices and only one ending. However, you should give it a try, because it is free and suitable for every age.
Let yourself be enchanted by a heart-warming story about magic, friendship, and love. The novel is short, but the beautifully drawn characters and CGs, as well as the soundtrack, make this game to a very special experience. It is free, suitable for every age, and available for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.
Always The Same Blue Sky… is a commercial kinetic novel by Grant Wilde. Kinetic novel means that it is a pure story and the player cannot make decisions to change the outcome. The novel is an unique island adventure and a timeless love story full of mysteries.“Due to mysterious circumstances you have been sent to finish studying on a remote Mediterranean island. Sure you’re used to moving around, but even you haven’t experienced an island quite like this … a girl quite like Kira.”
This short novel invites you to a heart-warming love story of two young people. But some things are still unsolved and soon you will realize that Kira is not like other girls. A story which leaves room for interpretations with its vivid language, metaphors and philosophical thoughts. You can play the game in English and German, it works with Windows, Mac, and Linux computers, and you can buy it for £2.49 (£2.99 for the HD Edition). There is also a free demo.
This Is Where I Want To Die was updated to version 1.1, which contains full translations into French and Spanish! Many thanks to Kevin Cottenie for translating the game into French and also many thanks to Nessy Noinex for translating it into Spanish. The update also includes some other improvements. You can download the new version here.
The game contains 189 dialogue blocks, containing 1,462 words and 7,878
characters, for an average of 7.7 words and 42 characters per block.
The french translation contains 189 dialogue blocks, containing 1,675 words
and 9,299 characters, for an average of 8.9 words and 49 characters per block.
The german translation contains 242 dialogue blocks, containing 2,103 words
and 13,095 characters, for an average of 8.7 words and 54 characters per
The spanish translation contains 190 dialogue blocks, containing 1,433 words
and 8,385 characters, for an average of 7.5 words and 44 characters per block.
The German language is crazy! :O
If you’re a translator and want to translate my game, please write me an email. I want the game to be played by as many people as possible!
My contribution for this year’s NaNoRenO is finished already! This Is Where I Want To Die is a short kinetic novel, which is about a dying person trying to remember what happened. More information and the game to download on its official site: This Is Where I Want To Die
The game was created in less than a month, but I had the story already in mind. It’s free an can be played in English and German. TIWIWTD contains only one ending and no choices, but has an important message I want to put across. Have fun!