How Stories Die

"Once the child of prophecy turns 18, he shall eat the golden fruit and gain enough powers to defeat the demon king" - ???
Horace lived a cozy and nice life as the prince of Alteria until his father sent him a letter that changed his life. In the letter he was required to escort the child of prophecy to the palace.
Surprisingly, when he arrives at the meeting place, he encounters three girls, each claiming to be the true hero.
From here Horace is tasked with uncovering the real hero, or at least waiting until his father's sickness is over so he can roll over the responsibility to him. But time is not on Horace's side, as a mysterious voice appears in his dreams calling him both "master" and "enemy" and the army of hell marches closer and closer...
-25-35 hours of story.
-3 unique routes with completely different atmospheres, each based on one of the classing RPG roles: The mage, warrior and rogue.
-Overarching mystery, bringing a new take on meta.
-About 12 endings + true ending (not including bad ends or comedic ends).
-Over 80 backgrounds and 13+ beautifully drawn CGs.
-Tons of terrible jokes from Nozomi.
Nozomi Taara
Nozomi is a cheerful and energetic girl. She lived in the forest most of her life with her demonic magician gangster bunny mentor so she doesn't know a lot about civilized society and gets excited about every little thing(with a lot of funny misunderstandings).
Nozomi has an endless supply of sexual jokes and puns and has a talent to use them exactly in the worst time. She isn't the sharpest tool in the shed but she has a great affinity for magic.(magic is mainly used by demons)
Riko Futukami
Riko has a short fuse and quite a lot of ego. She won numerous gladiator championships before with her amazing agility. Her ego is quite fragile, and with her
childish and stubborn attitude that's quite the explosive combo. She loves drinking and talking like a walking thesaurus. Riko's former family was a family of gladiators but they disowned her for being too weak. Now Riko plans to beat her father in the finals and take revenge on him. She also possesses a drawing of Horace for some reason...
Haruka Saionji
Haruka is a shy and insecure girl. She is a genius that solves riddles in the blink of an eye and predicts what others will do based on cold logic. She lives in the slums of the Capital and is very physically weak. Although Haruka is insecure most of the time, when she faces an intellectual challenge her personality transforms into a very dominant and confdient one. She also holds some very strong political views regarding the royal family. Contrary to her innocent looks, she hides a lot of very dark truths, some of which even she doesn't fully understands...


Windows 2000+
Intel Core i3+
Intel Integrated Graphics Chipset
1 GB available space

Time travel, assassins and one magical gangster rabbit! To save the kingdom from the grasp of the demon king, three heroes gathered at the castle, however, two of them are impostors. It's up to you to solve the mystery and pick the right hero... and that's just the easy part.
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Languages: English
Developer: VisualBagel
Publisher: VisualBagel
How Stories Die
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