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Wish -tale of the sixteenth night of lunar month-
Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux
Languages: English, Spanish
Players: Single-player
Jul 12, 2015 @ 9:51am
Aug 19, 2016 @ 4:35pm

View Wish -tale of the sixteenth night of lunar month- in the store

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Campaign Success!
Developer Interview & Kickstarter at 84%, nearly there with your help!
Release date: Second Half of 2016
Tags: Anime / Visual Novel / Action / Romance / Epic

Check out our kickstarter for a demo of the prologue!

Have you ever wondered what lies beyond a dream?

Tenka Kurono is an adopted son of the Kurono family, who has been managing the Kuromiya Shrine for several generations. His older sister Mutsuki and upperclassman Rinna are runemasters - prana users who have been defending the land of commoners since ancient times. Ever since Mutsuki and Tenka's father left without a trace, Mutsuki has been entrusted with the shrine - including taking on the odd request to defeat monsters. Keeping watch over the family is An'ya, the supernatural deity enshrined in the holy vessel within the Kuromiya Shrine.

Prana, a kind of finite life energy that can be used to activate supernatural magic...Tenka is infatuated with the powers of runemasters and trains in secret, longing to stand side-by-side with Mutsuki and Rinna. Despite his greatest desires though, Tenka himself is quite ordinary, and his prana reserves rival that of an insect.

How can he be of any use to anyone around him in this supernatural universe that exists beyond him? He gets his first chance after hearing a mysterious voice call out to him...

Instructions for game controls:
F -> toggle fullscreen mode
A -> auto-read mode
S -> skip mode
O -> one page display mode

¿Te has preguntado alguna vez que se encuentra después de un sueño?

Tenka Kurono es el hijo adoptivo de la familia Kurono, que ha estado a cargo del Templo Kuromiya por varias generaciones. Su hermana mayor, Mutsuki, y su compañera de escuela, Rinna, son fujutsushis, maestros de las runas, siendo capaces de usar prana para defender la vida de las personas comunes desde tiempos antiguos. Desde que el padre de Mutsuki y Tenga desapareció sin dejar rastro, Mutsuki ha estado a cargo del templo, incluyendo los extraños pedidos de derrotar monstruos. Vigilando a la familia se encuentra An’ya, una deidad espiritual consagrada en el recipiente sagrado dentro del Templo Kuromiya.

Prana, un tipo de energía vital limitada que puede ser usada para conjurar magia… Tenka tiene una obsesión con el poder de los fujutsushis, entrenando en secreto, para algún día poder luchar lado a lado con Mutsuki y Rinna. A pesar de su gran deseo, Tenka es una persona ordinaria, con una cantidad de prana similar a la de un insecto.

¿Cómo puede Tenka ayudar a los que lo rodean en este universo sobrenatural en el que se encuentra? Encuentra su oportunidad luego de escuchar una misteriosa voz llamando su nombre en un sueño…

Controles del juego:

F - cambiar a pantalla completa
A - modo de lectura automático
S - saltear texto
O- ver página entera
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kamillo55855 (GameMiner) Mar 19, 2016 @ 3:09pm 
Looks Cool and Nice Animation art and Character, Voted Because is Interesting
흑.우 Feb 25, 2016 @ 9:19am 
Looks KawaIiii
Oswin ★ Oswald [SCP-1541] Feb 21, 2016 @ 12:47pm 
Looks good:steamhappy:
♔ⓈⒽⒾⓏⓄⒾⒹ♔ Feb 16, 2016 @ 7:48am 
Beria Aug 18, 2015 @ 2:09am 
Great news!! Is really welcome a VN in Spanish in Steam's waters ;)
3Daws Aug 15, 2015 @ 8:36am 
@Dr. Clef
Not a Type Moon game, but the game developer was heavily influenced by it.
Dr. Clef (DooMLess) Aug 15, 2015 @ 3:25am 
type moon?
Andresifz Aug 9, 2015 @ 12:33pm 
Steam plz, add this game!!!
Penis Aug 4, 2015 @ 9:37am 
Steam plz add this <3
3Daws Jul 26, 2015 @ 12:13pm 
Well, it's hard to say if this is bigotry on part of developers. Japanese businesses tend to be very traditional and risk aversive, and historically "dating sims" were made for hetero males. So developers are very cautious when exploring different markets. Hell, it had taken them years to just start experimenting with western audience.