Demo Review: Death Becomes You

After a personal altercation, you find your best friend the victim of a grisly death, presumably murder. When four suspicious students arrive and immediately start pinning the blame on you, you know you have to solve this on your own. As you investigate, you discover that the friend you thought you knew so well might have had a more complex personal life than you thought.

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Demo Review: Quỳnh

When you wake up in a mysterious shop with no memories, the owner and his companion seem to know you better than you know yourself and are more than happy to keep you around as an errand boy. Quickly, things are revealed to be more supernatural than they appear on the surface, and the true, darker nature of the shop becomes clear.

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Review: One-Eyed Lee and the Dinner Party

Go on a strange, mysterious adventure through an underground bunker while looking for a cure for a deadly disease. You’re surprised that, being far from abandoned, it’s the home of a family of walking, talking skeletons. Point and click your way through scrounging up clues behind their mysterious circumstances and try not to die in the process.

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Review: Yrsa Major

From new developer ShibaList, Yrsa Major is a fantasy adventure romance made for Otome Jam 2021. Woodcutter Yrsa’s only concern is protecting her small village from the monsters that threaten to destroy it. An encounter with a mysterious alchemist leaves her bonded with an ishim, an elemental being. Uribel, however, is a pacifist, more a healer than a fighter. Working together, can they still find a way to protect that which she holds dear? Can she learn to see herself in a new way through Uribel’s eyes?

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Review: Better Half

A man is in the throes of severe depression and mental illness. A trip to a less than reliable mage to solve his health issues results in a rather unusual solution: his brain being split into two bodies. Join him in a “miserable comedy about self-loathing” as he literally battles with himself through every new mental health breakdown.

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Review: Monstrous Lovers

Disillusioned by his current paper-pushing position at the Office of Integration, Christopher puts in for a transfer to Saint George, a city mostly populated by monsters. His original goal is to try to make a difference, but if he happens to find love among the attractive monsters he shares his new home with along the way, then so be it.

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