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So I was thinking about the novels I've played and noticed that in certain titles, in the beginning of the common route, they give you choices that have little story effect just to give you a sense of fulfillment which some readers like. Of course their are normally big choices later on, if a development team puts time into choices that really no effect in the long run, just to keep the reader interested, why are kinetic novels gaining popularity? You have absolutely no effect on the plot (like you're reading a normal book) so why do so many people pay money for these over-hyped books disguised as games?
http://youtu.be/rN1L9Z6DIus Ahoy team! I hope this isn't against the rules (I'd be more than happy to edit my post if it is (promoting such a niche form of media is very tricky!)) but I just wanted to let you know about my VN, 'Always The Same Blue Sky...' Always The Same Blue Sky is a gripping fantastical love story about two young souls, each struggling to make sense of the world in their own way. Complemented by breathtaking artwork and an addictive soundtrack. Due to mysterious circumstances you have been sent to finish studying on a remote Mediterranean island. Sure you're used to moving around, but even you haven't experienced an island quite like this... a girl quite like Kira. In an already niche genre of storytelling, Always The Same Blue Sky stands out as a truly unique, seaside adventure; a timeless tale of love, mystery and humanity. Although it's a polished product I look at it as a work in progress as there's still so much I'd like to do with it, for example I've written a second ending and would like to integrate choices/a branching narrative. I feel it's important to generate interest in it beforehand so that I can justify further work on this project. If you think you'd like it, check out: http://alwaysthesamebluesky.com for more information, and if people show interest on this thread then I'll create a special coupon code for you all *EDIT* All versions can be downloaded here (demos for each version on their respective pages): https://gumroad.com/crimsonnight with the android version and demo also available on the Google Play Store. If purchased via gumroad enter the code 'fuwa' at the checkout for a special discount - the number of times the code can be used is limited so it's a first-come-first-serve.