Hello all you wonderful Heroes and Travelers, it’s Thrifty Thursday and that means another Thrifty Gaming, the weekly post series where I spotlight three otome games/visual novels for gamers on a budget. Whatever your financial situation, I’m here to bring you affordable games that won’t break the bank!! All of the games on this list are $10 or less (does not include limited time offers and sale items), so no more weepy wallets!!
This week’s post will include links to the games and a brief synopsis, but let me stress that these are not reviews, but recommendations… so your mileage may vary! Now that that’s out of the way lets get on to this week’s list!!
The Lady’s Choice (2016)- Seraphinite
Cost: Name Your Price
Scandal. Gossip. Mismatches.
What will fuel this Season’s gossip? And will you be able to keep yourself from being burned by it?
As the daughter of a Viscount, and heiress to a small fortune, you are invited back into society even after years of seclusion at your family’s estate.
The upcoming Season is to be spent in Bath, your childhood friend having finally convinced you into it, and only the cream of society will be there. But the fickle and difficult dance that is weaving through society can be a tricky thing to remember, especially when they thrive on any small misstep you may make.
But which partner is selected to help guide you through the maze of the upper classes is always left down to The Lady’s Choice.
The Lady’s Choice is a GxB PC Original English Language Visual Novel (OELVN), created for the 2016 Visual Novel Game Jam, NaNoReNo. The game features three potential love interests, each with their own unique endings. Each obtainable love interests has four distinct endings (Bad Ending, Love Endings 1 & 2, and a True Love End).
This World Unknown (2016)- Ebi-Hime
Cost: $7.99 USD
Peace is scarce in the country of Aslande, and it has been at war with the neighbouring country of Eressia for centuries. When one battle ends, another inevitably begins, either months or years later. To Rhea, however, war is a distant concept; something she has heard about, but never witnessed. Born in a small, secluded village, Rhea occupies her life with more mundane concerns: her job at the local hospital, her playful bickering with her friend Asa, and her prayers for a successful harvest come autumn.
However, when Rhea’s childhood friend, Luca, returns home to the village after fighting in one of Aslande’s many wars, Rhea is suddenly faced with a problem. Why is Luca suddenly so cold, so distant? What did he see out on the battlefield, and how did it change him?
At the same time, new worries plague Rhea, as one of the patients at the hospital is suffering from a rather perplexing illness – and a failure to cure him could have some unpleasant outcomes…
This World Unknown is a commercial GxB PC Original English Language Visual Novel (OELVN). The game features four potential love interests, each with their own unique endings. TWU features an expansive story, with a deep branching plot and well thought out characters and settings. For a first impressions review check out my previous post on the game, HERE!
Lost Alice (2016)- NTT Solmare
“You’ve come here, neither following the White Rabbit nor in response to the Queen of Hearts.You’ve come to Wonderland on your own will.”
–The key to solving all the mysteries is your lost memories.
“My Alice, I’ve been waiting for you for so long.”
“I told you, I’m not Alice!”
–You remember nothing but your name. They call you Alice.Elegant tea party with the Hatter. Temptations from the Cheshire Cat. The golden afternoon with Joker. While the days in Wonderland never cease to entertain you…you find your true love.
Whose “Alice” will you be?
Lost Alice is a ticket based free to play GxB mobile otome game. There are a total of three love interests each with their own unique storylines. Each route is 13 chapters long with three endings (Friends Ending, Farewell Ending, and the True Ending. Like most mobile apps, players are limited in how far they can progress in the game due to the daily ticket limit.
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