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Name

 Jack-In-A-Castle 

 

Developer

 Nemlei 

 

Publisher

 Nemlei 

 

Tags

 

RPG 

 

Singleplayer 

Release

 2019-07-12 

 

Steam

 4,99€ 4,79£ 5,99$ / 0 % 

 

News

 2 

 

Controls

 Keyboard 

 

 Mouse 

 

Players online

 n/a 

 

Steam Rating

 n/a 

Steam store

 https://store.steampowered.com/app/1080790 

 

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About the game
Short fantasy visual novel with BxB romance.

Marion the Marionette becomes a servant at a warped castle, ruled by the temporary king Jack. He's a jack-in-the-box with a personality as delightful as a landmine.
Marion will also meet a bubbly bunny plushie named Bunnie, who is looking for the king as well...

Explore the story from different points of views!

The demo version has:
- A complete, but highly condensed version of the story.
- 11k words, roughly 15-20 minutes per route.
- 2 love interests.
- 7 endings.

Full version will have:
- Several times longer story.
- A new love interest available!
- Completely new route with multiple endings.
- All routes are longer and more in-depth.
- 3 love interests total.
- 9 endings.

Videos
Half_box_trailer
Video 1

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SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
MINIMAL SETUP
 OS:  Ubuntu 12.04+ 
 PROCESSOR:  2.0 GHz 
 MEMORY:  2 GB RAM 
 GRAPHICS:  OpenGL 2.0 
 HARDDRIVE:  200 MB available space 
 

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