A fantasy setting where magic is a part of everyday life!
SoulSet is a Mystery/Romance Visual Novel made by NoBreadStudio. You play as Mariko, who finds herself trapped in an eerie mansion with 5 other people who claim to have no recollection of their past. Who will you trust? Try to avoid death and pursue a relationship with both male and female characters. When someone comes up with a way that could help in getting their memories back, Mariko is presented with the option to pair up with someone for the experiment. The player follows the predicament of Mariko Blairnot, a young woman who finds herself trapped in an eerie mansion with five other people who claim to have no recollection of their past. Mariko herself can only remember scattered bits and pieces of an event that supposedly happened years ago, involving the death of her mother and the appearance of a mysterious stranger who offered his help to her and her closest dragon companion, Isshin. With both of them nowhere to be seen inside of the mansion, Mariko and the rest of the cast investigate their surroundings, only to find more questions with no answers.
Release Date: 17 Dec, 2016
Genre: Indie, Adventure
OS: Win 7
OS: Win 7 64
- a total of 7 pursuable characters (both male and female)
- mystery, suspense, romance, comedy, fantasy
- over 20 possible endings
- 18 beautiful backgrounds, spiced with the arcane
- 100k+ words with an estimated 10-15 hours of gameplay
- over 30 character sprites, including alternative outfits
- multiple story lines with unlockable, alternative paths
- a CG, BG and Ending Gallery to help keep track of your progress
- multiple route mystery (only by playing all of the routes will you be able to learn the entire story behind the game’s events)
- Steam Achievements and Trading Cards
- a fantasy setting where magic is a part of everyday life
- available for Windows, Mac and Linux
You find yourself in a world where magic is a common sight, dragons are rare but exist, spirits roam the lands and people's souls hold a lot more potential than one might expect. SoulSet has an intricately interwoven set of characters and their stories all locked up in a closed location, and it will take numerous reads through different routes - both good and bad - to be able to piece together all of what's happened and is going on; what seems like a misstep in one route may reveal something that will make sense of another, and it's very satisfying to see the stories unfold and unravel to reveal their secrets.