Development for The Letter is currently work-in-progress. Once the game is complete, it will first be released on Windows, Mac and Linux. It'll then be ported mobile, for both iOS and Android, shortly after.
- Non-chronological storytelling with seven chapters, spanning over 300,000 words.
- Seven playable characters with varying personality and approach to difficult situations.
- Countless butterfly effects; the choices and endings you get for the previous chapters heavily affect how the succeeding chapters will play out.
- Full English Voice Acting.
- Animated backgrounds and sprites.
- Beautifully painted art style, with over 80 backgrounds and 100 CGs.
- Original soundtrack, with opening and ending theme songs.
- Quick-Time Events (optional).
- Mend or break relationships.
- A branching tree that keeps track of your progress/route.
- A journal that narrates the events in chronological order, and jots down the clues found about the Ermengarde Mansion.
- Over 50 achievements.
In the outskirts of Luxbourne City stands a 17th-century English mansion, rumored to be haunted by vengeful spirits. After reading a letter discovered inside on the day of its open house, seven people find themselves trapped in a vicious cycle of madness plaguing the Ermengarde Mansion for centuries. Will they be able to free themselves from it, or will they become another casualty?
- Amanda Lee (LeeandLie) as Isabella Santos
- Melissa Sternenberg (Mippa) as Rebecca Gales
- Howard Wang (TehExorcist) as Ashton Frey
- Anthony Sardinha (Antfish) as Zachary Steele
- Amber Lee Connors (Shudo Ranmaru) as Hannah Wright
- Curtis Arnott (Takahata101) as Luke Wright
- Elsie Lovelock (Sweet Poffin) as Marianne McCollough
- Amanda Julina (Amanda Gonzalez) as Amy Lorraine
- Jeff Werden as Andrew Clarke
- Steven Kelly (Sarifus) as Johannes Schröcken
- Natalie van Sistine (NvanSistine) as Rose Cooper
- Jason Marnocha (Lord Jazor) as Norman, G & Lee
- Brittany Lauda as Kylie Suarez
Beta Demo In-game Screenshots!
This is more or less how the final game is going to look/feel like, and covers the same scenes as alpha. Except for that, every element from the first demo was changed. Beta is now feature complete, but we're continuously enhancing every aspect of the game in preparation for the full release. Please take note that not everything you'll see in this demo is final.
After you finish playing the game, please answer this short survey we've prepared. We value your feedback, so please don't hesitate to tell us what you think! We'll use the data gathered to further improve the game. And as a token of our appreciation, all survey respondents will receive a special wallpaper!
Questions about this new demo:
1. Do you like it? Hate it?
2. What do you think of the characters currently presented? Do you have someone you find interesting in particular?
3. What do you think of the art style and the animated sprites?
4. How do you find the writing style compared to the alpha demo?
5. Any other suggestions, comments, critiques?
Thanks so much for your time!