By Diego Hernandez / December 11th, 2020
Finally, some good news to end the year, Aquadine has a release date! One of the first projects I stumbled upon when I started writing for Operation Rainfall. In addition to being one of my most insightful interviews yet, I am so ready. The breathtaking story by SoftColors is coming in February and to say that I’m happy about it is an understatement. I will continue to preach to the masses that the Aquadine demo is one of the most impressive visual spectacles I’ve laid my eyes on. The amount of effort found within the art and the writing makes it a must-own. I can sing the praises for hours and hours, but you need to play the demo. Aquadine is unlike any visual novel I’ve read. Please, again, play the demo and read all our pieces on it. You will not regret it.
Aquadine's Steam page is now live! Planned release date is February 12th, 2021! You can add it to your wishlist and download the demo! #visualnovel #vndev #steamhttps://t.co/mGhAr75DZX pic.twitter.com/rZXg2qcZ0y
— SoftColors | Aquadine Feb 12, 2021 (@softcolorsVN) December 10, 2020
So what’s the story behind this visual novel that Diego won’t stop obsessing about?
After his mother was hospitalized for an unknown disease, Robin Liyun works as a part-time gondolier to make ends meet, but under an alias named Ciel. As he finishes giving tours one night, a mysterious voice lures him to discover a beautiful mermaid. She dives underwater shortly after their encounter, which leads him to believe Ancient Aquadine was real. His town was named after it out of respect for their sea deity Levios. Robin continues to live out his double life, while making new friends and learning more about the merfolk civilization.
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