Independent programmers, Rosemilk Studio, recently launched Kickstarter for their new Otome game,
.The KS Game project is now available, and fans can now declare and show their support for this upcoming title!
Rosemilk studio describes
As a piece of death, this includes: adventure, a bit of action, romance and of course exciting scenes that can hit some of your favorite trails.
The game will be available on
, but it can also be transferred to
Nintendo switch console
after reaching the goal of financing the switch port.This KS project also contains several charming add -ons, such as pendants, a digital album with graphics, shopping bags, and even a charming plush sheep!
About the game
Salvus Aries – a mature visual novel Fantasy Otome about death and adventure, which begins with a bad ending.
A story that begins with the fact that the heroine meets her bad end in the block to chop.From here he can only go uphill, right?
Waking up after a long stay in Purgatory (which she doesn’t remember anything), he learns that the remaining part of her sentence is to serve as a reaper, until the power above decided that she has repaid her sins.
During his journey after death as a reaper, he will look for empty gaps in his memory and reconcile his past with the present.Everyone has something to hide and unfortunately for them is a type that is looking for answers.But the biggest challenge for the crew will be to save her from her.
Or everyone can just get a one -way ticket to hell.At best.
The features of the game
Free demo of the entire common route (in the future will contain changes and improvements to match the full game).They use telephone connections and text messages as one of the game mechanics.5 main routes (if KS Stretch Goali is successful, the number of routes increases to 6 or 7) good and bad endings for each mark.The History of Epilogues to display previous dialogues in the game.
About Rosemilk Studio and Game Links
Rose Milk Studio
He is led by an independent artist who has always loved stories that move the heart and has been a fan of Otome for over a decade.