Surprise! I wouldn’t want to leave you without one last spotlight. As previously explained: In Chronotopia’s framing device, you incarnate a lost soul who visits Kionna’s world (the fairytales world) in the hope of finding memories of their past life. That’s where you, as a player, have to step in!
I want to take some time to thank everyone who’s been with me on this journey, everyone who helped me and cheered for me despite the hardships. And I want to thank everyone who supported the Kickstarter and everyone who showed interested for the game, it truly means the world to me.
I really hope you will enjoy Chronotopia’s story. If so, be sure to leave a review or a comment to share your thoughts about the game. It will help us a lot as we’re a small team and visibility is everything these days.
That’s almost a wrap on Chronotopia’s universe and characters. I’d just like to explore one more thing…which would be the game’s prologue. Why is it taking place in purgatory? What is the link with the rest of the story? Who is truly Lys? It’s high time we solve that mystery~
It’s been far too long since the last proper blog post. If you have not been following Chronotopia’s Kickstarter updates too closely, you are likely wondering what is going on with development.
Happy Holidays…with a slight delay. It’s the intent that matters, right? More seriously though, it’s high time to do the traditional look back on Träumendes Mädchen’s activities
Do you remember when I was writing that, unless some disaster happens, there would be no reason for Chronotopia not to come out in 2020? I think the universe is trying to send me a message. Needless to say that the year didn’t go as well as I had hoped…
Last time I introduced prince Thalie and his cool cape, so let’s move on to the last candidate: Genèse!
Minor spoilers ahead: the setting and characters of the route are revealed.