Bernd and the Mystery of Unteralterbach The story takes place in present-day Bavaria. Socially awkward 24-year-old NEET Bernd Lauert starts a new life in the small mountain town of Unteralterbach. He is forced to take a job at a local police station to help with the investigation of a gang of sex offenders. But of course nothing is as it seems, and Bernd soon finds himself in a deep, supernatural mess. Language: German; English
Apr 07, 2019 • 10 - 30 hr • 130,000 words • Ages 18+
A comedic, murder mystery game about a detective who faints at the sight of blood!
Dec 20, 2017 • 30 minutes • 7,302 words • Ages 13+
A visual novel that potrays the life of the "Copperhead" Scott Burkhart. There are two endings in the prologue that will have lasting effects throughout the planned series. Music Credits: "Rocket Power" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Prohibition blues" Purple Planet Music Music: http://www.purple-planet.com "In Doubt" Purple Planet Music Music: http://www.purple-planet.com "Background Dark Music" Mattia Cupelli https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqsGQVl-_k5qGE-PwGKO5DA "Poppers and Prosecco" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Deadly Roulette" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Count Bass" Frank Nora Source: Midnight Casette System http://mcs.franknora.com/ "Martini Sunset" Artist Unkown Freepd.com/Jazz/ "Funkferrific" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Compy Jazz" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Prefunk Loop" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Oct 08, 2017 • 7,283 words • Ages 16+
A Near Dawn is a charmingly devastating psychological thriller with amusing highs, gut-wrenching crashes, and mature themes. When Seattle-based attorney Sam Nichols, a victim to some disturbing psychological difficulties, takes an important new case, he finds himself exposed to progressively dire circumstances that threaten to unravel his reality and destroy those closest to him. With his mentor's firm on the brink of collapse, Sam will have to take on a ruthless multinational corporation being protected by some of the vilest people you could imagine. The odds already seem slim, but you will soon learn that things were never as they appeared - as an even deeper conspiracy begins to emerge. Where will you find yourself if you keep untangling the threads to this mystery? You must be brave to uncover the truth! A Near Dawn is greatly inspired by traditional Point & Click Adventure games, and inherits some of their wit, humor, and even interface on top of a Visual Novel platform, compelling you to navigate both the internal and external darkness that threatens to consume our protagonist yourself.
Sep 25, 2017 • 25 minutes • 7,000 words • Ages 13+
A sci-fi VN about curious things people find in ancient icebergs. Based on webcomic "Gifts of wandering ice". The story is set in distant future after another ice age caused by the apocalypse of forgotten origin. People of the new era are kind, intelligent and innocent. They don't remember their history but are very curious about what it was like. Every spring ancient icebergs come to their shores and melt revealing the frozen "gifts" of the past. Every "gift" helps to learn more about the history of humanity but studying them is dangerous. You can play as a child, teen, or adult from either of two tribes: cave dwellers or hunters. Each protagonist has three different stories to follow.
Aug 05, 2017 • 60 minutes • All ages
We present to your attention a choose-your-own-adventure visual novel computer game called "The Gift of Cthulhu" set in the dark and chilling world of H.P. Lovecraft. The game features our original writing, original horror music and loads of vintage public domain black and white period photography to bring in an authentic 1920s feel. The game features multiple choices, multiple endings, sandbox and RPG elements. Our heroine, an ambitious and highly competent woman, arrives in Arkham to try and break into a medical career – after all, while the best hospitals and medical schools may turn their nose up at a top graduate merely because of her sex, a provincial town might want for good hands enough to be willing to put prejudice aside. Armed with the recommendations of her professor of pathological anatomy, our heroine sets out to prove herself in a town that seems full of friendly strangers. Yet shades arise from her troubled past as she descends deeper into the terrible reality of Arkham.
Jun 26, 2017 • 45 minutes • 26,563 words • Ages 16+
"You, Paul, one day woke up to find the world in shambles and that everyone but you has disappeared. You have no idea what happened, as there's no one to ask---no people, no animals---but there are creatures that are attracted to the dark, so you must keep the lights on. The sun seems to be smaller, so days and especially nights are freezing, forcing you to use your heater that sucks up a good amount of power. Your last hope---a radio that lasts abut 5-7 minutes after its battery's been charged for 6 hours. You've finally made contact with a girl, Elly, and only have a short amount to chat each day to maintain sanity. However, your makeshift generator is now left with only 30 kilowatt hours of power on its final tank of gas---running your heater 6 hours a day would mean it'd be dry in 5 days, and only two things can be plugged in at a time. You must balance running your heater, your microwave, your lights, and time on your radio and keep the unknown creatures at bay for as long as you can. You may never find out why the world was laid to waste when you woke up, but you don't have to be alone." For GameJolt's GDC Jam, free and fully voiced dialogue!
Jun 16, 2017 • 4,755 words • Ages 13+
Haramase Simulator 2017 is an open ended visual-novel focused on the impregnation ‘fetish’. In it, you are free to roam around and impregnate as many women as you can, provided you know how to manage your stamina, money and other stats.
Jan 28, 2017 • 10.00 hours • 10,000 words • Ages 18+
Can love bloom on the debate stage? You are Mori America, a Japanese transfer student entering Grand Old Academy, a prestigious private high school in the United States. You arrive just in time to watch the first round of the debate club championship, the most anticipated and important event of the school year. As you start to befriend seven of the debaters, you realize that there may be more to them than what they show on the stage… and that they’re all eligible bachelors. As the field of competitors narrows, the tension rises and conflicts begin to boil over. Loyalties will be tested, friendships shattered, and alliances dissolved. But throughout the chaos, one thing remains steadfast as a constant beacon of hope: teen romance. Grand Old Academy is a Japanese-style visual novel/dating sim inspired by contemporary American politics. Its tone is satirical, but lighthearted: it is a story about romance, friendship, and competition, not actual political issues. The only major difference from other dating sims is that all of the actors in this story happen to be politicians. Think “Hatoful Boyfriend,” but instead of pigeons, it’s Republicans.
Nov 01, 2016 • All ages
A visual novel rendition of William Golding's Lord of the Flies. Includes quick quizzes, Learning Lessons, and a hidden surprise. For entertainment and educational purposes only.
Oct 13, 2016 • 27,520 words • Ages 16+
"A person's heart's warmth. The very spirit that keeps them alive and strong, especially in cursed frozen tundra. Some say you can sell it to gain power, while others believe it is it's own power. Either way, it did not change the fact that Ágirni sold her heart's warmth to a demon for the use of magick." Synopsis Simple as Snow is a kinetic visual novel about a caster named Lysa who is caught up in the middle of a sorceress scheme to steal the heart of a young king. If only it were about love and not the sorceress' sick plot to literally take his heart. Simple as Snow is a kinetic novel, meaning it's strongly story based. All the backgrounds in the game were beautifully hand painted. This novella is over 14,000 words and has about an hour of game play. There are choices that give insight to the story if you choose to take the time to read them. Originally made for NaNoReno in 2016 with a team of one, but was released late because of life events. Working on this made me want to continue the story and though it might not be everything I wished for. I am happy. Please be aware there is some mild bloodshed and gore and thank you for taking the time to read this. This was an interesting journey and I hope that you enjoy the game.
Aug 27, 2016 • 14,211 words • All ages
A young (but in age of consent!) girl found herself in the infernal dormitory amongst the monster guys. A dating simulator came true for her? Will she tame a werewolf, seduce a demon or will she be bitten by a vampire? Or else instead of datings, there’s a fate of steak waiting for her? Oh, just wanderings: most likely, she’ll get the real power and become a new commandant! Whatever it will be, you get a chance to meet our point of view about the monstrous romance in this anime novel completely in English. Kawaii dialogues, achievements, special secret endings and even a clicker fighting inside!
Jul 02, 2016 • 60 minutes • 15,000 words • Ages 16+
Banished from his clan, Sent to another planet , Kenji tries to prove his worth along with his gaurdian beast Kibiki . This is the tale of Kenji
Jun 25, 2016 • 5.00 hours • 50 words • All ages
『Where is my cranberry jam?』 is an indie adventure created by YGGDRASIL STUDIO. Ga-yeon must find the missing cranberry jam.
May 20, 2016 • 3 minutes • 1,000 words • All ages
Fan Otome game of Free! Eternal Summer DEMO version. MC (player) is an American exchange student staying in Iwatobi, Japan at the Matsuoka residence. Although she has a difficult time making friends due to tragic recent events in her past, Gou Matsuoka takes notice of this and decides to introduce her to the members of the Iwatobi Swim Club! The various pursuable male paths will include Haru, Makoto, Nagisa, Rei, Rin, and Sousuke. The main objective of this game is to find out what her dreams/goals are by finding love in Iwatobi. That is, by joining the Iwatobi swim club, which Gou Matsuoka (her homestay sister, and manager of the swim club) helps her with in the beginning of the game when she takes notice of her lack of coping skills.
May 14, 2016 • 2.00 hours • Ages 16+
Copia del README del respositorio GitHub (Solamente disponible en español) Aprendiendo a programar con Python usando Ren'py Objetivos Relacionarse con la lógica del pensamiento computacional Aprender los elementos básicos del lenguaje Python Crear variables Uso de la consola de Ren'py Conocer los tipos de variables Conocer los operadores Aritméticos Lógicos Familiarizarse con el control de flujo Sentencia/bloque if Bucle while Bucle for Sentencia/bloque else Sentencia/bloque elif Funciones El llamado de funciones (en este momento el proyecto está en este estado) La definición de las funciones Concepto de ámbito Clases Atributos Métodos Métodos especiales Contructores Destructores Instalación Abrir la carpeta Distro y leer las instrucciones del README
May 05, 2016 • All ages
Pancake Surprise is a story set in a Azaliea Castle in a town simply known as Azaliea. The game surrounds Mira a lowly maid who works within the castle quarters of Azaliea Castle. Mira who has worked hard throughout her career as a maid in the castle has most recently been promoted to work under the Prince as his personal assistant. The Prince who governs Azaliea is known to his people as The Pancake Prince. The Prince has lost everything and everyone dear to him and is going through severe stages of depression. The Prince try's not to show it, but Mira can sense something is wrong and attempts to help the Prince in his time of need. Can Mira unlock the key to the Prince's heart? Or will she fail miserably and lose everything. Art by Ellinx & vocals by Rina Mizura Adachi.
Apr 15, 2016 • 11,311 words • Ages 13+
Johnson wants some pizza. Like, REALLY badly. But he can't, after all he is the healer in a raid and man, do those idiots screw themselves over without him watching them. But that's what friends are for: bringing him pizza when he doesn't want to leave the computer for the next 5 hours. But which friend will help him? For what prize? (And do they remember his favorite yoghurt brand?) (Made in four days for NaNoRenO 2016)
Mar 31, 2016 • 2,296 words • All ages
Explore an abandoned building, make the right decisions to increase your chances of survival, and fight strange enemies in turn-based combat that also requires fast reflexes! (Also, consider saving your game often.) I made this game for NaNoRenO 2016 using the Ren'py visual novel engine, but it's more of an adventure RPG sort of thing.
Mar 24, 2016 • All ages
Direct Download link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/yibchghxjc031ok/dummygame-all.zip?dl=0 A somewhat surreal point and click story driven game. A dummy wakes up from a dream in a hi tech environment and has no idea where it is or who it is. The game contains 626 dialogue blocks, containing 4,574 words and 22,571 characters, for an average of 7.3 words and 36 characters per block. The game contains 37 menus, 169 images, and 12 screens.
Mar 12, 2016 • 30 minutes • 4,574 words • All ages
Planet Stronghold: Colonial Defense brings you back in time in the early settlement days of the Planet Stronghold colony. By a bizarre coincidence, two captains, two siblings, get stuck in the same colony: Alex and Diana Nelson. Take control of one of them, and discover the mysteries and the dangers of Planet Stronghold, and the personalities of the various characters of your team. The game features a big card-collectible gameplay part, easy to learn but hard to master. Upgradable cards brings even more replayability, especially at higher difficulty levels. For those looking forward more to the story and visual novel/dating sim aspect, you can play the game in "Visual Novel Mode" and enjoy the game dialogues and the beautiful painted artwork style: there are eight characters to befriend, and if you play your cards right, romance!
Jan 22, 2016 • 240,000 words • Ages 13+
Our hero is just your average sufferer of the cancer that is loneliness. His life is going nowhere, but there is good news! He has found a cure! A permanent solution! A beautiful piece of (Moe) art entitled Princess Pajama. Hes almost free! She even speaks to him! The only problem is he has to deal with pesky little issues, like his foster brother, and Jade, the caring and secretive cause of the cancer.
Dec 31, 2015 • 15 minutes • Ages 13+
*This is an incomplete version of upcoming Seaview Academy* Play through Andi's first two days at a new school! Be male or female! Be a nerd, a jock or a prep! Be on the cheerleading squad, be in the school play, be in the science club or on the baseball team! YOU get to decide how Andi's time at their new school will begin! Also have a look at some of the options Andi will have for romance!
Dec 01, 2015 • 9,659 words • All ages
I don't know her, but she do know me for a long time. Full voice mini game based on Love Point. Player can increase love point by touching her face, lip, or other sensitive parts or simply selecting "TALK" button. There are 8 endings. Only Korean Language for now.
Nov 29, 2015 • 1.50 hours • 3,261 words • Ages 13+
When the self-consumed, all-American prom queen wannabe Kaitlyn gets sent to China as a punishment, she must navigate the waters of the language, the culture shocks... and the boys. It's a West meets East romantic comedy about some of the pitfalls of living in China and struggling to belong.
Nov 27, 2015 • 40,000 words • All ages
A little parody of an official game called Five Nights At Freddy's.
Oct 18, 2015 • All ages
visual novel game about static fluid for senior high school education
Sep 30, 2015 • 60 minutes • Ages 16+
Otomeru is a Visual Novel made in Ren’Py about an amnesiac (you!) who stumbles upon a cast of 14 different Tibumeru (a hybrid of fish/shark humanoids created for the deviantArt group "Tibumeru"). It is up to you to decide who you want to befriend, and hopefully regain your memories along the way…
Sep 04, 2015 • 30 minutes • 43,609 words • Ages 13+
Help Awkward Steve psych himself up to answer the door in this brand-new INTERACTIVE FMV THRILLER! Lower his Anxiety by hiding under tables, petting rabbits and more, so he can build the courage to open up when... A Stranger Comes Calling.
Aug 28, 2015 • 25 minutes • All ages
A Doujin game based from Ar Tonelico, COMEDY
May 14, 2015 • 30 minutes • All ages
A fusion of the original Ace Attorney trilogy and Alterniabound walkabouts from Homestuck created with an emphasis on imitation, this was my first completed* game. A labor of love created with massive amounts of help from the MS Paint Adventures Forums. People familiar with the comic will have a better time figuring out where and when these events occurred and people familiar with the games will have a better understanding of how to play the game. Plot Taking place before the revenge cycle or SGRUB began, a murder that occurs during a night of FLARPing pits Team Charge and Team Scourge against each other in a competitive attempt to achieve a desired verdict.
Apr 13, 2015 • Ages 13+
A game made by Paradigm Shifty for NaNoRenO 2015 It's a short story about writing horoscopes and the technological singularity. It's also kind of a rhythm game.
Mar 31, 2015 • 20 minutes • Ages 13+
A heist adventure game set in 1951 where your aim is to infiltrate a party to clear out a safe. This short demo introduces our main character, Wallis "Scottie" Campbell, and her friend and partner, Fredi, and the type of choice-driven gameplay we're aiming for. This narrative-driven and choice-based adventure game demo has 6 possible endings, with a different bonus unlockable scene (talk to Fredi! A lot!) for each.
Nov 30, 2014 • All ages
When Ken wanders into the forest out of boredom, he finds himself trapped behind a mystical door to another world. Though it appears it can be unlocked with a puzzle, the door is locked, and the 4 keys needed to open it are scattered across this strange world. Luckily, he gains the trust of a baby sphinx, Ari, who is willing to help him locate the missing keys. However, even with Ari's help, Ken will come to discover that getting them will not be so straightforward....
Sep 01, 2014 • 5,351 words • All ages
One day Reven awakens in a strange but beautiful place where the young teenager is treated like a very special guest. There are talking animals, each being rather kind and friendly. Unless the door is mentioned. The one in the back of the garden. But what could be behind that mysterious door ? And why Reven isn’t allowed to go out ? You shouldn’t try to know the truth… [Created for Ludum Dare 30]
Aug 30, 2014 • 9,528 words • Ages 13+
Curious about the history of visual and interactive fiction? Funded my Miami University, and with help from Dr. Phill Alexander, the Interactive History of Interactive Novels not only dives into the development of games such as Zork and ADVENT, but explains the motivations of their creations, libraries of games where one could buy and purchase interactive fiction, the different genres of interactive fiction, how people create interactive fiction, how to write your own interactive fiction, and more!
Aug 30, 2014 • 30 minutes • All ages
A short murder mystery visual novel about a detective, a yoga course attendant, a grieving wife, an obsessed cleaner, a “bro”, and a bitchy friend. To Kill A Black Swan is not your average whodunit, nothing is as it seems to be, it is all about superficiality (and beneath the surface it has an important message to tell.) TKABS was created for the 2014 Indie Game Development Contest and is available for free. The title is inspired by To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, but it is an original story.
Jun 25, 2014 • 7,005 words • All ages
Another Sleepless Night! However, this time you are going to spend the night at a friend’s house where no boys are allowed. Natsumi, Midori, and Shizuka are having a Ladies’ Night at Shizuka’s house and you are invited. You can explore the whole house and collect clues. But don’t get yourself killed! There are dangers lurking everywhere.
Oct 31, 2013 • 7,878 words • Ages 16+
Very short rumination (under 500 words) on letting go, with pretty pictures from Wikimedia Commons. Written for Ectocomp 2013.
Oct 23, 2013 • 375 words • All ages
Enter a mind tainted with darkness, shrouded in a labyrinth of psychological blockades. Strip away the locks of the mind one by one by solving perplexing puzzles. Try to uncover the source of what's raging behind the facade of sanity. What horrors lurk in the deepest crevasses of the mind? Will you survive long enough to find out?
Oct 20, 2013 • ∞ • Ages 16+
Fault Milestone One is a visual novel video game developed and published by Alice in Dissonance for Microsoft Windows, OS X and Linux in 2013 in Japan. A "director's cut" version, available in both English and Japanese, was published in 2014 by Sekai Project. Versions for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita are also planned for release. The game is the first entry in the Fault series, and is followed by the sequel Fault Milestone Two and the prequel Fault: Silence the Pedant. The game is linear and only features little player interaction. It follows the bodyguard Ritona, who uses magic to escape the kingdom of Rughzenhaide together with princess Selphine when it gets attacked by mercenaries; the two find themselves in the Outer-Pole, a distant land where science has advanced and only little magic exists.
Aug 12, 2013 • 6.00 hours • Ages 13+
You awaken in a monochrome world... ///// This is my first Ren'py VN and it didn't really come out as unpretentious as I thought it would be but I am pretty pleased with it nevertheless. Everything, including the "art", was done in a span of about 4-5 hours. Whiteout has one "true" ending and two bad endings.
Aug 07, 2013 • 559 words • All ages
Note: I made this 100% in about three days for a school project, and it's only been tested by me. Please report any errors or typos, inaccurate facts, etc. --- You and your classmates are going to be taking a special class on anime and manga. Your team (You, Hiro, and Mika) are assigned to report on its history, so that you'll be ready for a big test at the end of Day Three of the class. This game features: -Four different grades/endings, in a future version of this game I will likely add a special epilogue to each grade -Four characters including yourself -Lots of information, presented (hopefully) in an immersive and fun style -The ability to name the protagonist
Jun 17, 2013 • 12 minutes • 3,302 words • All ages
Play online now! no-one has to die. is a game about decisions. You will choose who lives and who dies, and your choices will change the events of the game completely. A fire has trapped four people in the Fenix Corp. headquarters, a building full of secrets. You arrive in the building to find the security guards murdered. Now it’s up to you help everyone escape. If only it were so easy. People will die, and it will be your fault. How you choose to contain the fire will lead to people burning to death. Who dies depends on your decisions. Who will you save? Who will die? Their lives are in your hands. Designed by Stuart Madafiglio.(http://gamejolt.com/profile/stustuthebloo/21422/) Art by Cindy Xu. Music by Jesse Valentine. (http://www.youtube.com/jessevalentinemusic)
Jun 04, 2013 • 8,000 words • All ages
A (questionably) ero visual novel whose text is entirely driven by Markov chains, with the exception of a few strategically-placed ellipses. NOTE: Contains gibberish, Charles Dickens, implied breasts, and pixelated va-jay-jay. NSFW if you work somewhere really boring.
May 30, 2013 • 7 minutes • Ages 16+
A short story about a boy who really loves sweets, but his Mother doesn't share his love for such.Fish Head Sandwich includes a Memo. Game that is unlocked once the story is read. Then if you are quick and witty enough to beat the game, there is also a bonus "behind the scenes" video.
Apr 25, 2013 • 431 words • All ages
You're a visitor to a special land called StuffLand, and your guide will help you navigate around the area. You'll be able to meet all the people there, and you may be lucky enough to meet the queen! Enjoy the game and its craziness as much as you can.
Apr 24, 2013 • 1,270 words • All ages
A lonely writer wakes up in the middle of the night. He doesn’t feel like he’s about to fall back asleep, so he gets up to have a drink. Something doesn’t feel quite right though… What he doesn’t know is that he’s in a loop, stuck forever in an endless loop of the same mundane events at the hands of a mysterious ghastly clown figure. But not everything is as it seems… There are clues, riddles scattered around the false world of this insane dream, and it’s up to you to guide the protagonist into solving the puzzles laid out before him and escape from the loop! The Loop is a gameplay driven Visual Novel; you will have free roam of the different dream worlds as you try to solve puzzles and riddles… And avoid deadly traps! It features multiple difficulty settings: Crazy (So even your mom can play), Insane (Just the right amount of madness) and Demented (If you want a one-way ticket to the looney bin). Additionally, certain actions will win you a trophy, each of which unlocks a part of the super-secret hidden image gallery!
Dec 28, 2012 • 2.50 hours • 20,000 words • All ages
Another short visual novel about Haru. This time you team up with him to work on a school project. However, in this night something strange happens. Suddenly you’re locked inside your own room and a dark power menaces your life! Can you find a way out of your room? Can you even survive this night? Pay attention to your environment and you might have a chance to escape.
Nov 26, 2012 • 5,428 words • Ages 13+
Anyone familiar with Seventh Sanctum's generators will recognize the "list generated" style immediately. Basically, you click a button and a story happens. What's different about mine isn't merely the the way the words actually fit together to make a coherent story, but the sheer magnitude of the content --over 50 items per list, and each story generates from eight lists. Though I'll warn you now, there are only a few PG-16 images and they're only suggestive, not graphic. However it does use Adult language!!! Feel free to borrow any idea generated to use in your own work. In fact, that's exactly why I made it, to help erotic writers come up with plot-based Adult story ideas. After all, it's not what you Have, (or where you got it,) it's what you Do with it that counts!
Aug 28, 2012 • 27 words • Ages 18+
A short, challenging quiz, all about Pharmacy Can you get the perfect score within the time given ? You have 10 seconds to answer each question, get fast, or the options will be disappeared !
Jun 30, 2012 • 5 minutes • 1,567 words • All ages
Based on Alexander Pope's classic mock-heroic poem, a non-commercial kinetic novel that explores the petty squabbles of the Beau-monde through comparison to the world of Greek epics and the divine. Set in early Georgian England, young Belinda is an innocent and virginal nymph guarded constantly by her Sylphs. However, one day after playing cards with the Baron she finds her beauty and honor at stake, subject to his 'glitt'ring forfex'...
Oct 01, 2011 • 6,069 words • All ages
a girl suddenly get powers and be requested to join a team called "Magical Mess" will she be able to join the team? will she be able to find love? will she be successful?
Sep 01, 2011 • 6,472 words • Ages 13+
"Toketsu..." "It's a Japanese word." "Some people think it means to freeze." "Or to be frozen." "Like a lake in the winter or a heart in the autumn." "But this is just a misspelling." "One I used too frequently." "In a story I wrote long ago..."
Apr 29, 2011 • 3,943 words • Ages 13+
John is a downer who spends his life avoiding people while Psyche is an energetic optimist whose one wish is to catch a butterfly. Can she change his perspective on life?
Feb 12, 2011 • 1,000 words • All ages
A Scope Games production based on the children's picture book by Hans Wilhelm, with original illustrations. Chestnut the squirrel has no friends. He lives a solitary lifestyle. However, one day he meets Morris the otter and his life changes forever. Download links -- Windows Version: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=1RVO213O --- Mac Version: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=XSVA6SNX --- Actual upload date was 2nd August 2011.
Feb 08, 2011 • 20 minutes • 761 words • All ages
Somehow you've ended up in an alternate universe where Santa is an actual postal worker and where bad tofu gets put in jail. It seems you've arrived just in time to take part in a dating game show hosted by a two inch tall cream puff. You're the main contestant, and your potential dates appear to be human, but they're a little weird. It's your chance to question, court, and maybe even insult your way to true love and find out who is your best match!
Jan 28, 2011 • 10 minutes • All ages
In this 2nd Teen Story created by CreaNyu, you'll be playing as a vietnamese high school girl. It's the 24th of December and you're staying home alone with nothing to do. How will you make this christmas memorable? Can you find true love in 4h before christmas?
Jan 11, 2011 • 30 minutes • All ages
'Yaoi Story' has been Upgraded! Game Play: This is a Mad-Libs type of game where the user puts in character names, objects, body parts, and perversions that are added to the story. There are 5 locations to choose from that add variations to the plot-line.
Dec 24, 2010 • 15,000 words • Ages 18+
You interpret the role of a young man who fell in love with a beautiful woman. Help him to get to the woman. NO MORE SPOILERS!!!
Nov 23, 2010 • 15 - 30 • All ages
A computer mystery/romance set five minutes into the future of 1988. Crawl BBSes, uncover conspiracies, commit telephone fraud, fall in love. Welcome to the 20th century.
Mar 01, 2010 • All ages
An anthology of four short games with the common theme of cute, light, and fluffy. Stories included: "Five Minutes" "My Eternal Rival" "Cloud Fairy" "Cuter than Fiction"
Jul 28, 2009 • All ages
Short, sweet, rough and offensive... you follow this particular guy in his daily life while trying to maintain sanity by keeping his intolerance level in-check while building up strength and saving up money to make life easier. Russian and English available in game
Jun 27, 2009 • 30 minutes • Ages 16+
Kevin's life changes one day with a chance meeting with a demon hunting for a glass orb. Running for his life he ends up in a nearby town, where he encounters a strange group of people also on the lookout for this glass orb. Soon he is unwillingly dragged along on this journey, and may even have to choose what side in this hunt he wishes to take.
May 25, 2009 • 2.00 hours • 51,756 words • All ages
A short comedy about two children's TV show hosts. One is a buxom blonde named Marie St. Marie, freshly hired and very friendly; the other is an excitable chipmunk puppet named Miss Bandit who has been on the show for years. With her boss out of town, Bandit has cooked up something... special for Marie today.
Apr 01, 2008 • 12 minutes • Ages 16+
You and your idol, the lesser-known supporting actress Hirae Erishima write letters to each other. At first they were just fan letters. But now, is there something more?
Nov 10, 2005 • 30 minutes • Ages 13+
In this Quiz + Simulation game, your duty is to make Soubi win Ritsuka in three days! Do your best! This is a Loveless fan game.
Apr 01, 2005 • 40 minutes • Ages 16+
Out at Majesty Mall to get some ice cream, things take an unexpected turn as you witness a kidnapping.
Oct 16, 2002 • Several hours • All ages