Wednesday, 16 November 2016

ENIGMA: Has Arrived!

November 15, 2016 Fruitbat Factory is proud to announce that the atmospheric fantasy visual novel ENIGMA: is now available on Steam and other distributors! Originally developed by UzumeyaENIGMA: tells the story of a disease-stricken young man stranded on a mysterious island, and the people he meets there. The beautiful illustrations of the game are created by artist 490. 

Synopsis 
The world is afflicted with a mysterious disease known as the "Enigma." 
Chester, infected with this disease, finds himself washed onto a lonely island, Carlyle. 

As he is being given a tour of the island by the girl who nursed him back to health, Chester finds himself feeling that something is off. There are no doctors from the mainland. Not only is there no information of the outside world, but the inhabitants seem entirely oblivious of the worldwide epidemic. 

It's as if this place has been completely removed from the rest of the world. 

After a while, Chester finds a conspicuous white forest in the middle of a green expanse. 

"That forest devours people. That's what I believe." 

The forest's name is Enigma. 
The same as the disease consuming his body. 


Game Features: 
  • Unravel the mysteries of a fantasy world

  • Multiple Endings

  • Beautiful original soundtrack

As special bonus, all owners of the game receive free a Mini Soundtrack which includes the opening and ending songs of the game. 

English version of the opening song, “Theme of ENIGMA:” can be seen on the Fruitbat Factory YouTube channel

ENIGMA: comes priced at $14.99 and carries a -10% launch discount for the first week. 



Fruitbat Factory, Ltd 
English version developer (Homepage, Blog, Twitter, Facebook, Google+ & YouTube) 
Fruitbat Factory is an independent localisation house focusing on bringing interesting Japanese games to English-speaking audiences. 

Uzumeya 
Developer of original Japanese version (Homepage) 
Uzumeya is a Japanese game circle that creates slightly unusual fantasy stories. Many of their games are geared toward women, but fall outside common genre distinctions. 


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