Lily of the Valley
A downloadable game for Windows and Linux
"Hey, Mister... Are you a lonely person?"
When his mother dies, our protagonist returns home to Wales for the first time in ten years to attend her funeral. Then, on a walk in the countryside, he encounters a mysterious young girl.
Though her face is expressionless and her words are cold, the man soon forms a friendship with her… of sorts. However, their meetings only leave him with more questions.
How did she know his mother, why does she have such a morbid fascination with death, and why does she look so much like his childhood sweetheart?
But only one thing is certain: there is much more to Lily than meets the eye.
- Revamped version of an old VN made in 2014
- Written by ebi-hime, author of Sweetest Monster, Asphyxia, and Emmeline Burns
- OST by yuzuki, who composed for Strawberry Vinegar, and Windswept Night
- Art by SilleySelly, artist of Strawberry Vinegar, Empty Horizons, and Asphyxia
- Around 25k words
- Two different art styles to choose between
- Hidden extra scene and author's notes
- Will probably make you feel sad(!)
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $2.99 USD. Your purchase comes with a Steam key. You will get access to the following files:
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Thank u very much.Before meet lily, I used to think that only Japanese VNs were good enough. Its luckyly that I encounter the girl. A little pity, I cant afford the flash cards on steam.
Hi Ebi-Hime, is there anyway for you to upload the old version of this one or are you gonna be sticking with this? I'm gonna buy this on steam of course.
I do still have the original version of the VN saved on my laptop, but I don't think uploading it would be a good idea because people might just download that for free instead of buying the new version, which would make the remake... unnecessary? I also don't want people reading the inferior version when there's a better version available u_u
omg... the visual novel is amazing!! and it got to me in so many ways! "there are no second chance"
thank you so much for working on it! I'm sure remember it and I'll probably cry for the rest of my life