Indie developers, Rosemilk Studio has recently launched a Kickstarter for their new Otome Game, Salvus: Aries. The game’s KS project is now live, and fans can now pledge and show their support for this upcoming title!
Rosemilk Studio describes Salvus: Aries as a slice-of-death game that includes: adventure, a little action, romance and, of course, steamy scenes that might hit some of your favorite tropes.
The game will be available on the PC (Steam) platform but may also get ported to the Nintendo Switch Console once their funding goal for the switch port is reached. This KS project also comes with a couple of cute merch add-ons such as charms, a digital artbook, tote bags, and even an adorable sheep keychain plushie!
ABOUT THE GAME
Salvus Aries – a mature slice of death and adventure fantasy otome visual novel that begins at the bad ending.
A story that begins with the heroine meeting her bad end at the chopping block. It can only go uphill from here, right?
Waking up after a long stay in purgatory (that she remembers nothing about), she learns that the rest of her sentence is to serve as a Reaper until the powers above have decided she’s paid back her sins.
Through her journey after death as a Reaper, she’ll seek out the empty gaps in her memory and reconcile her past with her present. Everyone has something to hide, and unfortunately for them, she’s the type to seek out answers. But the biggest challenge for the crew will be to save her from herself.
Or they might all just get a one way ticket to Hell. At best.
- Free demo of the entire Common route (will have changes and improvements in the future to suit the full game).
- The use of phone calls, and text messages as one of the game’s mechanics.
- 5 Main Routes (If KS stretch goals succeed, route count goes up to 6 and or 7)
- Good and Bad Endings for each characters.
- History log to view previous in-game dialogues.
ABOUT ROSEMILK STUDIO
Rose Milk Studio is run by an independent artist who has always loved stories that touch the heart, and has been an otome fan for well over a decade.