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    Traveling to a remote village in the woods, Maddie and Tara have low expectations. The two run a popular online show focusing on the supernatural, but thus far it’s been nothing but smoke and mirrors. When they receive an invitation to the antiquated village of Eysenfeld, they’re expecting more of the same. But it soon becomes apparent that the locals are hiding a secret. Maddie sees unnatural beasts in the forest that she’s sure are products of her imagination. Lights in the woods flicker and sparkle but disappear if she gets too close.

    In time she learns that the lights come from a girl named Abigail. Well, the ghost of a girl. She was sacrificed hundreds of years ago by the villagers to appease the god of the forest. Maddie devotes her time in Eysenfeld to getting to know Abigail, and eventually promises to break the curse that binds her to the woods.





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    1. Outpost Omega J's Avatar
      Outpost Omega J -
      Just because napoleon mentioned my old habit in the shoutbox, I'm going to start up again.

      This game first noticed on this site as of February 20, 2019, 3:20 PM EST.
    1. Aquwin's Avatar
      Aquwin -
      Thank you been waiting for this
    1. blackknight710's Avatar
      blackknight710 -
      Is the steam version also an eroge
    1. Outpost Omega J's Avatar
      Outpost Omega J -
      I'm no expert on Steam, as I don't use it, but my understanding is that Steam does not sell 18+ rated games. Sometimes they do sell the 17 and under versions, and then if you go to the game makers website, you can find a free patch file that will mod the game into its 18+ version. Again, I wish to repeat, I'm not an expert on Steam.
    1. Vulkandrache's Avatar
      Vulkandrache -
      Has anyone finished this and can tell me wether its worth reading in the end?
      Im currently after where Maddie follows the fake friend into the woods during the snowstorm and receives "help" from the ghost.
      There is some sort of story here but the build-up is sooo slow and the writing sooo drawn out that im getting bored.
      Thruout the last few scenes i keep wondering at which point the interesting stuff starts.
      The introductions for both the locations and the characters have long since overstayed their welcome.
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