Days of the Divine – German Translation

Days of the DivineDays of the Divine is another free fantasy visual novel by Circle Pegasi, the developers of Nanolife. Here is the game description:

“Long ago, in a valley where a small village lay, two deities fought each other. One was imprisoned, the other vanished. Yet some time ago, an unnatural mist began lingering in the village, dissolving people’s memories. Biyu, a young shrine maiden, is now working her hardest in the shrine of one of these deities in the faint hope the mist will one day dissolve. Even though her good friend also lost his memory, not all hope is lost; she meets a stranger who seems to be recovering from his memory loss, and rather quickly as well

The game is much longer than Nanolife, and has a different setting. It is more like an otome game; you can pursue one out of three boys. As is usual with Circle Pegasi, the game offers high-definition graphics and a fascinating story. Give it a try!

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Nanolife – German Translation


Nanolife is a free fantasy visual novel by Circle Pegasi. The game was released on April 1, 2012 and is now officially translated into German. Here is the game description:

“While a thunderstorm rages outside, a boy excitedly boots up a new MMORPG for the first time. After fiddling around with the character creator for a while he’s finally ready to play with his new character. However, just as he’s about to press the submit button, lighting strikes! As a result of the lightning strike the power goes out, and he’s forced to sit and wait in frustration. What he doesn’t realize is that his character has already begun playing without him

The style may remind you of those scenes in RE: Alistair where Merui disappears into the world of Rivenwell Online. You could imagine the game like this with the exception that everything happens in this online world. Despite this, Nanolife is of course an independent game with its own interesting story, high-definition graphics and three different endings. There is much to discover.



Nanolife2P.S.: Keep a lookout for more German translations of Circle Pegasi games 😉