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Witch's House is the only one of those games made in RPG Maker.
Did the new update add the DLC? I'm still pretty early in the game and not sure how to tell if it's been added.
They have another game, Gigantic Army, coming out that's more like that.
I tried the demo and it seems like a fun and witty game. The mechanics lack a little bit of polish for this genre, but on the other hand, a lot of effort has been made to make it more accessible and just generally less painful than these games can be, so it balances out.
All of the over-the-top 'gayness' is firmly tongue-in-cheek, so open-minded people shouldn't worry about it devolving into outright porn. It's really just a fun parody of Space Quest from an author just as geeky as anyone else.
PRO TIP: Read the Lift speaking in John Waters' voice.
I'm having the same problem from the launcher.
I think since Katawa Shojo and Analogue, more PC gamers are willing to allow VNs to exist within their Thousand Year Reich.
Thank you, the new screens really paint a better picture, I'll prolly pick this up soon.
Oh, saw you have a video, goes by pretty fast though.
What I mean is better examples of your dialogue. Dialogue is kind of a big deal in a visual novel, "Why?", "Ouch man, that's rough." and "Oh! Um...I guess so." aren't selling me, to be blunt.
Hi, could you post a couple screens with some good dialogue?
This game is adorable and diabolically tough.
There's a ton of great Point n Click horror games: Barrow Hill, Scratches, Darkness Falls and more.
I got Dreamscape here and it works fine on my Win 7 64.
Eh, it really is about the right price when compared to other examples of these indie RPGs, cheaper even. Compared to a more traditional CRPG like Avernum, these JRPG-style titles are a niche of the indie gaming niche itself and the price reflects that the same way handmade Too Much Coffee Man minicomics used to cost as much or more than a copy of Batman. I personnally think a lower cost could draw more people, ut that's a gamble the author may not be able to afford and it's his call either way.
Real geeks will shell out a bit extra for what they love, provide a little extra support while mewling babies throw tantrums in the aisle of the store when they don't get their way.
eheh, wrong post...
CATS are on the line!!