This deceptive visual novel wears a cutesy mask that conceals dark secrets. Once that mask is off, the game goes from being sickly-sweet romance to full-blown psychological horror.
WARNING: This game contains a buttload of themes in the third act that may trigger people of a more sensitive disposition. Telling you exactly what they are will somewhat spoil the experience. However, if you'd rather want to be safe than sorry, click here for a full list of the triggers.
A cyberpunk espionage story with an intriguing and complex plotline that'll take a few playthroughs to fully grasp. But it's all worth it!
You're a young female highschool student who inherits her late grandfather's toy company, only to discover that his mansion is the safe haven of a group of incubi who fled the underworld. It's very much an otome dating sim, so you get exactly what you expect... and perhaps a little more if you're willing to break a few conventions. Additionally, the voice-acting is pretty decent in this one.
There's a collection of bonus episodes that you can also play for free here.
There's also a commercially-sold sequel, which you can purchase here.
The only visual novel I've come across so far that's based on a true story. It's absolutely inspiring and definitely worth a try.
A quirky and delightful buddy cop story. It's hard to not be endeared by a noir-style detective who revels in her clichés, especially when paired with such an adorable by-the-book cop.
A sequel was in the works but is unfortunately cancelled. You can play a presentable but unfinished version of that here.