So yeah, it's my first virtual novel, so any constructive critisism would be greatly appreciated. It's not terribly long at the moment, but it took me a fair bit of time to get this far, any comments would be appreciated!
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My only problem is that I'm not sure how to open .nov files (is that Novelty?). What program did you use to create your demo? Whatever it is, you need to distribute your game as an executable file of some kind, or as a text document if you only want people to read the script and not play anything. Thanks.
If someone has Novelty loaded onto his or her PC, he or she can open the visual novel to read the text and see the backgrounds, but the sprites don't appear and the sounds can't be heard.
I assume this is a demo, as it does not appear to be complete. There are 'Play thread' actions with no named threads, and Branch actions with no conditions. I notice the story has a variable named LoveJay, a variable named Dimi, and a variable named Mom, but the story don't do much of anything with them. One page has the shake camera action, but there isn't a background image.
From what I can tell it looks promising, but the demo doesn't mention any murders.
CharmKun wrote: I'm sorry, I'm very new to this...obviously. I reposted the file using the edit. Again, so sorry. Uhm, can you tell me if I did it right now? I'm really not very technologically savvy, but I really enjoyed making this demo, at least. But to answer the first question, it's going to be a little mystery, a little romance, and a lot of paranormal.
I'll send you a pm on how to do export your visual novel.
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