A dark visual novel about the nightmares of the protaginist(you) . Involves foul language and disturbing plot. Packed with high quality audio which adds spice and ambient in game. Playing with headphones is advised. Game fully playable with almost 1.5 hours of game play(ALL ENDING), including 3 dead ends and 3 main ending. Game contains foul language and dark plot making it 16+ .
Aug 22, 2017 • 1.50 hours • Ages 16+
This is the final chapter of the story that began with The Silent Maiden. It is Part 3 in the Jane Whitman trilogy (Silent Maiden, Worthy Bride & Wandering Child).
Mar 23, 2007 • 30 minutes • All ages
Chrysandra is the crowned princess of Novaria, but she is not first in line for the throne. To rectify that grave injustice she has decided to get even with the whole kingdom and get a dragon to help her in her mad grab for power (or in burning the place to the ground). Of course procuring a dragon for her evil schemes is not always easy, and with a do-gooder mage hindering her, she might have to think about very crafty ways to get what she wants. Will she succeed? Will she fail? Will she fall in love?
Apr 01, 2015 • 32,000 words • All ages
How has the sun disappeared from Virgo Island? Hear the story from an elegant lady or a sassy warrioress. Each has their own version of the events that led to the sun's disappearance. Decide whether their tale ends in romance, heartbreak, or even murder. Uncover the truth behind your plight. Learn more about their world and the clans that populate it. This interactive visual novel serves as the opening act to a dark fantasy otome/GxB game.
Jan 01, 2016 • 45 minutes • 36,723 words • Ages 16+
This game was concepted and created in 5 weeks by a small and dedicated team of student devs at the School of Game Development @ Academy of Art University. A modern Tolkien fantasy murder mystery, you play the detective trying to solve the murder of a husband, business owner, and orc. Regan Wolf- Game concept, writing, scripting, Art for Ehewa Mwuaji, the cop, and Altogwyn Sunstrider. Valerie Nelson: Art for Lilith, Gaurin Joshua Elkins: Crime scene and interrogation backgrounds Chris Esquivel: Cover, Shop Background
Mar 18, 2016 • 10 minutes • 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+
We Are Not Angels radio is a psychological/science fiction themed visual novel. Art (screens) and concept by Leigh, and original music by Shuaa. "The universe needs energy to expand. X and Y are variables, interstellar life-forms with the ability to convert entire planets into energy. Version 'radio' follows X, who crash lands in the modern state of Sasu. While searching for her partner Y, X attempts to rationalize eventually obliterating an innocent world" This game contains some violence and mild language Visit us at www.megupets.com
Sep 30, 2014 • 1.50 hours • Ages 13+
A continuation of the game "HEN-PARTY" "...It's happening the next day after the hen party... Alexander goes to the wedding of Victor and Svetlana."
Sep 09, 2015 • 60 minutes • Ages 18+
Wedding Vows is an anthology of 14 short snippets portraying the love story of Lawrence and Rebecca, two childhood sweethearts who grew up together and got married. It shows their evolving relationship from childhood until old age, and the special moments that bind them together. A tribute to marriage and idealised love with a vintage Americana feel.
Jul 16, 2009 • 25 minutes • All ages
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
A short Hetalia-inspired dating simulator, focused on the character of Ukraine. Includes interactions with her little sister Belarus and her little brother Russia. Great for any Hetalia fan!
Dec 04, 2010 • 4,614 words • Ages 13+
"My name is Selena, and I have been chosen to be the future ruler of the world." She might look like an ordinary schoolgirl, but a secret organization called The Agency are going to overthrow the world and institute her as ruler of the new world order! But what part might a new transfer student play in her future?
Mar 31, 2005 • 30 minutes • All ages
A short visual novel about an awkward 17 year old girl by the name Sayu who discovers new feelings she didn't know she was capable of. It is up to you to decide how her future will play out. Will she find love? or live forever alone? 4 characters to choose from have in mind that this is my first visual novel and it's REALLY short nothing but the story belongs to me
Feb 20, 2016 • Ages 13+
『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
A young girl lies in a hospital bed. Diagnosed with a terminal illness, all she can do is wait patiently for her life to end. Alone and isolated, she has nobody to turn to in her final months - other than her own doctor. So begins their hopeless love story; doomed from the very start.
Feb 11, 2013 • 18,000 words • 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
"Do you know what is the least amusing thing in this world?" A conversation. To talk. To know. To hate. One very short visual novel.
Feb 19, 2012 • 745 words • All ages
A short non-branching anime-themed visual novel created with the renpy engine. Features include full-color original artwork and atmospheric sound effects and music. The story is mostly emotional and psychological drama told from the point of view of the only two characters.
Nov 25, 2005 • 15 minutes • All ages
This is a short-story narrated by an unnamed protagonist, a mysterious journalist with an ambiguous age who wanders about a fictional town called Pairizia in search of information about a girl who died four years ago named Eri. The story uses other mini-stories written by the unnamed hero which subtly reveal tiny details about the true identity of the main character and Eri. Since the hero is a journalist, this story also uses interviews from the point of view of people who had known Eri in Pairizia to reveal more about her personality in contrast to the protagonist’s vision in the mini-stories.
Jun 18, 2008 • 15 minutes • Ages 13+
This story revolves around Yuki, a talented shaman of clan Akketsu. Because of her personality, she is unable to understand emotions, until one day she meets a boy named Ichirou, whom for first time evokes something in her. Then her life starts to change, without her knowing where it is going to end or how to express these new feelings.
Jul 30, 2016 • 60 minutes • Ages 18+
In a continent, two countries are at war against each other and meet a standstill. When it seems the war will be prolonged, a sudden legion appears, and the people living in the continent will forever remember it at the start of the dread winter. A bleak medieval story.
Jun 02, 2007 • 60 minutes • Ages 16+
As the character Shinobu, put yourself into your very own Battle Royale-inspired murder game. You will start the game with some food rations and a random weapon. You can get anything from a shoe to a flame thrower. Try to kill everybody within the set time limit, or find if there's another way off the island. Game features a simplistic battle system, inventory & map system, branched campaign with 3 endings, and is open source. This game was designed to be a framework, and the campaign included is meant to be an example of what you could do. You are free to use the system to make your own stories. Game is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial.
Mar 07, 2014 • 25,095 words • Ages 13+
Star light, star bright, First star I see tonight, To her I pray, beneath this light Grant this wish you wish tonight. The last wishmaker lives deep in the woods, waiting for humans and monsters alike to fullfill their wishes. But what if she has a wish for her own?
Dec 11, 2017 • 5,000 words • All ages
I didn't see you sitting there. You're in for a treat! This is a choose your own adventure, so take a seat! In this adventure, you are the dashing woodsman/hunstman. You chop wood and hunt animals for a living. But as you have fallen on hard times, you struggle to support your two children, who may not actually be yours, and also,they are brats. And the three of you are crammed into a tinsy little shed in the woods.It used to be a chicken coop.
Jun 24, 2016 • 1,132 words • All ages
This is the sequel story to The Silent Maiden. It is Part 2 in the Jane Whitman trilogy (Silent Maiden, Worthy Bride & Wandering Child).
Mar 22, 2007 • 30 minutes • Ages 13+
Wounded by Words is the tale of six people who are trapped in the ruins of a shopping center after a terrorist attack. All they can do is wait for the rescue team to come. As the individuals are growing more and more desperate over time, you’ll be able to grow closer to them and discover their stories. [Created for Ludum Dare 32]
May 03, 2015 • 25,609 words • Ages 13+