--An option to switch between English and German in the preferences. (With much thanks to the German translator, Marcel Weyers!)
-Fixed a typo and the timing of the music during the Rose & Hazel CG near the end. Also, very slight changes to some of the GUI.
A single rose is saved by a florist tending to the garden. Her feelings that result from his kindness give her the gift of speech, but the only one around to hear is the girl who owns the flower bed.
This is a short kinetic novel from the perspective of a rose.
Downloads (Ver. 1.5 + Deutsch)
Itch.io: Rose is now on itch.io if you're more comfortable downloading from there! --> Link
Windows: Mediafire | Dropbox(mirror) | Box.com(mirror)
Mac: Mediafire | Dropbox(mirror) | Box.com(mirror)
Linux: Mediafire | Dropbox(mirror) | Box.com(mirror)
A Heart's Desire
Main Character - Rose
The only rose that survived her patch. As she develops feelings for the florist that saved her, she gains the unique ability to speak.
A kind florist that owns a flower shop of his own. He saved Rose because of a desperate request from a friend to help with her garden. Hazel
The owner of the garden where Rose lives. She is the first to hear Rose speak, and eventually comes to listen to Rose and her dilemma. Witch
A witch that happens by Rose one day. She is the second to hear Rose speak. Staff
Art, Main Menu, Co-writing by Emeytroi
Music by Tawanka
Coding, Writing, GUI by Feathersnake
AraiAi / Deskomu
Bell sound effect
Hello! This is Olfix's first visual novel project. It's something short we decided on to get the hang of visual novel creation and working as a team. Emeytroi, Tawanka and Feathersnake are the Olfix Productions trio. We hope to create much more in the future, even outside of the VN format. Currently, Emeytroi is away for a year and a half and is unable to be here for the release. We're all very excited to present this project and hope everyone enjoys it! Thank you for taking a look!
Potential Future Updates for Rose:
-We are thinking about making an Android build of Rose in the future. However, this would take a little reformatting and some more thought as I have no idea what to expect from making a build for the Android market.
-Another plan is to make a smaller version of Rose for anyone with slow internet or a small screen.
-An NSIS Windows install might also be made for a more user friendly install.