This December, MESI Games is proud to present to you two games:
First is Patch 2.22 of Death Rule: lost code Overdrive Edition, the definitive version of the game. Return to the island of death, and prepare yourself for the uncertain future.
The second game is a newcomer to the MESI lineup, Where the White Doves Rest: Tsumihanseishi, the first arc of WtWDR’s storyline. Welcome to the town of Hanagawa, and remember to stay away from Akasakura.
After almost a year without any news, it brings me great pleasure to present these both to you all. Enjoy them, as we enjoyed making them and I hope that 2019 is a fruitful as this year.
Hello there people. It’s been awhile sine we’ve seen one another. I hope the time we’ve spent away has treated you well. Anyways, this post is a double announcement! The first is the scheduled release of Patch 2.2 for Death Rule: lost code OVERDRIVE Edition. The second is the release of a demo for a personal project I (Hijiri) have undertaken for BaraJam called Where the White Doves Rest. Both of these are scheduled to release on November 30th of this year. Check below the cut for more details on these things!
Hey there, sorry for the delay on the patch, been a busy few months. Below the cut is what 2.21 will do once its finished so you guys know what to expect. When 2.21 is released, major updates for Death Rule: lost code Overdrive Edition will end. That means that no more patches will be released for it, except to cover any critical issues that may arise from the release of 2.21. Anyways, onto the notes!
So…I may have missed my deadlines a bit, but it doesn’t matter now. What matters is that we’re finished, and we’ve finally got Overdrive out there for you guys! You can read what 2.01 has in store for you guys below the cut.
Hello there, today I don’t have anything specifically regarding our releases (Although I can promise you something WILL be coming in the next 8 days) but a special announcement from MESI Games’ local artist, Mukuro:
Gene Codex: Genesis
Synopsis– Aside from having no memory of his family, Seth is just an ordinary kid. However after suffering a near death experience from falling off a clock tower, Seth finds himself in a odd world. Here, he meets a mysterious witch who gives him a device to that allows him to travel back in time, farther than even his own death.
With this new found power, Seth hopes that he’ll be able to find his lost family by going through time. However, there seems to be more to this than the witch is letting on.
After all, one can’t travel in time without there being consequences.
As shown in the preview image, the expected release date is somewhere in 2018. It should be noted that this game will not be a straight up visual novel. It will be an RPG Maker game in the likes of titles like Mad Father, Corpse Party, and others. I hope you’ll be eager to join Seth on his journey through space and time.
Until death time!
Well, it’s been a long time coming but we’re ready to move into the final parts of Death Rule: lost code Overdrive Edition‘s development. The following is more or less the timeline of what will come next:
- Currently: Finish coding Untold Stories and a few important menus.
- Late July/Early August: Begin beta-testing
- Late August: Release Overdrive Edition version 2.01*
- October: Release Overdrive Edition version 2.2*
What’s 2.01 and 2.2?
Version 2.01 will just be the basic release of the game, including the new Episode and the changes to the other ones. it will be missing the Extras Menu except for the Archive (A section containing extra information on Characters, the Committee, and the world). Version 2.2 will have the reintroduction of the Music Room, CG Gallery, and the Extra Scenes. Why this odd choice? Mainly to stop the delays. My primary goal was to finish the core parts of the game, and that’s what 2.01 is. Everything else is secondary to that.
This has been 3 years in the making, and in that time I’ve changed a lot. This game has also changed a lot. You may not notice it if you’re new to the MESIverse, but believe me when I say that even the characters in this story have gone through a lot since the first release. Whether you’re a new Player looking to explore the Committee’s Last Game, or a returning escapee looking back on the island of death, I hope Overdrive will be as enjoyable for you to read as it was for me to write it.
On another note, we’re still looking for beta testers. So far I only have 2 who’ve volunteered! Don’t hesitate to email us at email@example.com, send us a PM on Tumblr or tweet me specifically on Twitter at @Echelon_EK.
I’m currently looking for beta testers who are willing to play through some parts of Overdrive Edition. If you’re interested, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Testing will begin in about 2-3 weeks.