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The main endings are whether you're able to solve the case or not, and if you did, whether you were able to find out the reasons behind the murder. However, starting a new case will change some parts of the story, so things may be a little different.

Want a real challenge that will test your strategy for this game? Find out about True Pryzm mode in the devlogs!

You've heard of New Game+, but have you seen Continue+? Check out this new mode in Pryzm that can help you on your escape in the devlogs!

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A tutorial on the combat system has been published in the development logs. Check it out to learn some tricks to survive.

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May I know which part exactly? Can you describe what happens in more detail? Thank you.

Pryzm is a survival adventure mystery that will challenge both beginners and veteran players of these genres.

Here's the trailer for it.

If you like narrative games with meaningful choices or simply fancy a challenge, give it a try over at this link: https://drearyweary.itch.io/pryzm

Thank you, good luck, and have a good day!

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Thank you very much for the kind words and for taking the time to review. It was a pleasant surprise.

Yes, that was one of the very few visual novels I liked. Unfortunately, the developer Cing went bankrupt and I have not found another game quite like it since. So I decided to make one myself.

Don't give up. You have to really pay attention to what is being said as every new case changes things a little, so there isn't a fixed solution.

The forced save structure is part of the design. The story recalculates the scenarios and choice outcomes based on all actions accumulated thus far. There are ways to recover from bad choices as you progress, but the solution can differ from someone who did exactly the same things you did.

Thank you.