love the artwok and style of this game.
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
Toma Andrews, aged 14, has always felt like an outsider. She enjoys spending time in graveyards, and feels more comfortable among the dead than the living.
That is, until Toma meets a strange girl in her local graveyard who might be a real ghost.
The girl asks Toma if she will stay for a while and listen to a story. A story about a girl called Emmeline Burns, who died a tragic death back in 1851.
Toma is compelled to listen, but at the same time, she feels uneasy. After all, what can she do? How could she ever hope to help somebody who has already died?
Emmeline is a short kinetic VN (it has no choices) that is around 18k words long. It was written for the Yuri Game Jam, so has some yuri (lesbian romance) content. Also, despite the title, it's not as sad as some of my other VNs.
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Just a heads up: by putting all versions in one zip, you've made the game incompatible with the itch.io launcher!
Ebi-hime, you are one talented artist. This was a phenomenal piece of fiction and would rank high with some of my favorite Yuri stories of all time. The writing was superb, the visuals gorgeous, the music quite moving, and overall I feel there are very few ways this could possibly be any better. You hands down, easily did the best out of everyone. Keep up the good work.
Loved the game, and thanks for the extra bonus scene! ;)
I loved it. Emmeline reminded me of myself, and she was funny, despite her story. The ending was heartwarming as well. I'd like to know where I can find the song in the credits though.
I thoroughly enjoyed this game. The writing was very well done and the story itself was quaint, innocent, and very refreshing.
Awesome work, guys!
What a thoroughly wonderful story! Thank you for creating and sharing it. I should be writing my latest novel, but I certainly don't regret spending my time with this lovely story, gorgeous artwork, and delicate music. The programming was inspiring. This goes into that small list of favorites that I will view again from time to time in the future. I am very grateful for the opportunity to immerse myself in this. Thank you.