"Raindrops. That is where it all began... That is where our story began." This is just a short visual novel about how someone's life changed forever, upon meeting a certain girl. Tristan (the main character) retells his tale of ten years ago: of how he got to meet the girl that changed his view of the world, his way of living, until of how they parted... You will be the one to determine how to story will end--- whether they would get to meet again, or not would be by the choice/s you make...
Nov 12, 2012 • 7,693 words • All ages
*~Christmas Eve: Memories is a short visual novel about a girl who lost her brother on Christmas eve... The game has six endings~ ***About the Characters: >Brianna ~ a girl who lost her older brother, Brian, in an accident. She kept blaming herself for what happened to her brother, because that night, she asked her brother to buy her a present... Ever since Brian died, she became less cheerful and was often sad. The only person who could make her smile other than Brian is her best friend, Beatrix. >Brian ~ Brianna's onii-chan, who died in an accident three years ago, on a night of Christmas Eve. He was hit by a speeding car when he tried to save his sister from being hit. Brian and Brianna were just on the sidewalk, walking happily, and off to buy Brianna a Christmas gift, when suddenly, a speeding car with a drunk driver heads towards them. Brian pushes his sister away from the car, and with that, he gets hit by the car. He, then, gets severe injuries and dies from major blood loss. After that, Brianna is left alone with her father, so she decides to go to a boarding school, not wanting to be at their house anymore, or be with their father. And that school is where Brianna meets Beatrix. >Beatrix ~ she's Brianna's best friend. She outgoing and cheerful. Although sometimes hot headed, she's still always there to cheer and support Brianna. Despite knowing each other for three years now, Brianna says that she feels like some mysteries still surround Beatrix... What secrets does she hide?
Dec 24, 2012 • 7,279 words • All ages