Enjoyed every second of it! Story is really intriguing and I read it all in one go (for me that rarely happens). A hidden gem of free VN's here. 5/5 - Will read again and tell my future grandgrandgrandson to read!
Daiku no Medium
A downloadable game
Genre: psychological horror, drama
"A ship by the name of 'Lilith' has been navigating through space for two years with a single goal – reaching Eden, the heart of the Universe. The ship's team, consisting of Captain Lazarus, First Mate Anna and Second Mate Joseph, is constantly fighting through hundreds and hundreds of enemy 'Phantom 4s' that has been chasing them throughout the whole trip.
But the final frontier stands before them: Eden is almost within hand's reach..."
- breathtaking plot with an unexpected ending;
- overwhelming, goosebumps-inducing soundtrack;
- NES-style pixel art.
Warning! The game contains strong language, blood, violence and sexual content.
Unpack "DnM_1.0-pc" and run DnM.exe
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amazing visual novel and amazing characters. Got me emotional in a lot of sections, and i don't even have all the answers
Yknow after playing Milk, then Megalith months later, then jumping to this. Im kinda suprised this free game just sitting there was so lengthy and full of neat artistry. Like how the heck, this was awesome.
DON'T BELIEVE US
EDEN IS A LIE
YOU WILL FINE ME
AND NOW RUN
THERE IS NO TIME
This was so interesting! It made me want to know more right from the beginning, and it looks -and sounds- truly well. Hope I can get to explore this universe further in future (or unknown to me?) works! :)
I cant install it with itch app
its a rar file so Itch cant auto install it. you'll have to download it then you'll need a file extractor like 7-zip to extract it. Then you'll have the file folder and can play it. some games as uploaded just cant be played theu the itch app, as convenient as that would be. but the effort is worth it
A tip for linux users: if you don't get audio when running the game with wine, installing renpy as its own thing and running "renpy ." in the game's directory worked for me.
I enjoyed this a lot! It was easy to get drawn into the story, and the many twists kept me wondering where it was going to go next. It feels like there's a lot you could talk about here. The art is very clean and looks good. I'll look forward to another of your stories in the future.
Feel free to share your impressions here or at solus#8907 on Discord! This means a lot to me.