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Crystalline

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Story The protagonist finds himself mysteriously transported to Terra, a fantasy world empowered by magical crystals. Not long after arriving does he run into Leanna, a Mage-Knight investigating rumors of concentrated energy in the area… which she learns is radiating from him! Together, they journey to understand how he got here and a way for him to return home. They soon discover that his arrival to Terra is more than just a coincidence! Crystalline is a comedy-centric, fantasy adventure, visual novel with an intricate romance system. With hundreds of choices available, you can experience the storyline and interact with characters in a much more personalized way. Key Features Your Story A choice heavy visual novel set in an expansive fantasy world. With hundreds of decisions leading to branching paths, a uniquely personalized story will unfold. Full Relationship-Sim Your decisions and behavior organically shape your relationships and what party members feel about you over time. A romantic bond may even be forged with one particular character! Complete Voice Over Crystalline features a full English voice cast for not only your main party, but also all side and extra characters. Fully Animated Sprites Crystalline features Live2D® technology to bring characters to life! Experience unrivaled immersion with facial expressions and body language all animated seamlessly. Experience the world of Crystalline!
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Release date
Jul 26, 2017
Developer
PixelFade Inc
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PixelFade
Publisher
PixelFade Inc
Age rating
13+ Teen
Website
http://pixelfade.com

System requirements for Android

7.0 and up

System requirements for macOS

Minimum:
  • OS: 10.4+
  • Processor: 1.4 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics, NVIDIA 600 Series, AMD 7000 Series
  • Storage: 2300 MB available space

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
  • Processor: 1.4 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics, NVIDIA 600 Series, AMD 7000 Series
  • Storage: 2300 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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  • Tag Singleplayer was added to Crystalline.

    Aug 28, 2019
  • Genres were added to Crystalline.

    Aug 2, 2019
  • Store Google Play was added to Crystalline.

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  • Developer PixelFade was added to Crystalline.

    Aug 2, 2019

Crystalline reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Early Access Review Juuu, here's a German Review about the Game. So, the Artwork I like very much the small animations that are present in different Scenes are very nice and underline the emotions of the charactere. Sometimes a bit Monotonous because the Taverns all look the same, but you can cope. In The end, it is still very colorful and beautiful to look at. (8/10) Points:) Now something to think because sounds, since there's eig not much to say the music is nicely underlined well the individual Scenes and the voices fit super with the personnity of the charactere. Another Plus is that the music in opposition to dialogues does not upper hand and dudles pleasantly in the background in front of it. (9/10) Somewhat generally personal suggestions that could interfinance the future Buyer. Since it is in the early acces you can not tell exactly whether something will change into the good or (even better) or into the worse what you can say but the purchase of the game it and that play through is not in vain. You can see early on that the maker has built in a full filler with dialogues, which should later be changed to minigames, since there is already a long upstairs there you want to go again by not true I let my such minigames happen but just different to have an effect. (8/10) By and large we are with a total rating of (8.3) of course a number is not everything and whether it would be a 9 10 and 11 now ^^ the game makes really fun and worth it in any case. Small note of the game is in English, but the dialogues are usually say 95% quite simply so even for people who don't come so well clear with English and well let's say mediocre understanding will have no problem getting behind here either. If you are thinking of getting an interesting Novel with your own Decisions then click on buy now and for myself you have done nothing wrong, thank you. :)
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Early Access Review I discovered, if I am not mistaken, Ace Academy in the Summer Sale and played through it in a few days. When Crystalline was released, I got it straight away, because I enjoyed Ace academy immensely. As you can tell, I have already played through the content that is avaiable so far. There are a lot of things that have improved since Ace Academy, for example the graphics, voice acting and the interface. The story is also more engaging and I have the feeling that it fits more the developers style. Everything feels more coherent. I can honestly say that this game is a lot more polished than it was before and that shows that the dev's still have a lot of potential for improvement. But there are, so far, definitely a few points that don't feel fleshed out enough. Before you read further, I wish to put this disclaimer: The game is highly enjoyable, there is no doubt about that. It is defintiely worth the money, if they dev's keep it going that is. Negative aspects: - The voice acting doesn't always match the text, something I always find annoying - The MC feels a little flat; he feels way too generic and has too many convenient traits, like having been practicing Kendo, although he is supposedly from the US - The MC is also using Japanese terms, which doesn't fit the character - The characters motivation is sadly a little obscure, it feels like a typical DND group that is just staying together, because people are playing together - Sometimes the voices don't properly fit with the type of character, e. g. a blacksmith should sound rough, not like a bard - The pop-culture humour is very hit or miss. There was a particular reference that I found somewhat enjoyable, but it referenced to a show that wasn't old enough to validate a reminder and not new enough to make it a fun inclusion I know it sounds like I am too harsh with the game , which is why I really want to point out how much this game improved compared to Ace Academy. The artstyle is mesmerizing, the dialogues are pretty well written and the story and world feels really engaging. There also haven't really been bugs so far or anything that would hinder the fun I had with this game so far.
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