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Efina is a very special young girl. She's curious. She's optimistic. She has the power to make lies manifest themselves as physical beings, which then become her own sustenance.

She's also a dragon.

LiEat is the classic story of a vagabond traversing a strange and mysterious world together with a dragon protégé, buying and selling secrets, while also attempting to uncover the truth about themselves. Along the way, they'll discover a web of arcane mysteries, meet a variety of colorful characters (including other dragons), and shed light on events of the past which ultimately served to lead them to where―and who―they are today.

The epic tale of LiEat is composed of three fantastical, bite-sized chapters:

Chapter I introduces Efina and her caretaker―the multinominal Leo―as they happen upon a small town with a big secret. As Efina starts to perceive and understand the world around her in a new and different light, the pair finds that the legends of beings which haunt the night are more than just tales told to frighten children...

Chapter II finds Efina and Hal (formerly Leo) investigating rumors of something magical and possibly dangerous inside a resort casino. Posing as a newly-assigned guard, Hal arranges room and board for himself and Efina―however, they quickly come to the jarring realization that a roof over one’s head and a bed to sleep in do not a safe haven make.

The final chapter of LiEat brings Efina and the newly rechristened Sid (Leo/Hal) to a lavish mansion to foil the plans of a master thief. However, in the wake of the great robbery, Sid discovers that the heist itself was only the tip of the iceberg, and Efina watches as his past―As well as his lies―finally catch up to them both.

For the first time ever, this beloved trilogy that has long been treasured by JRPG enthusiasts can now be enjoyed in its entirety on Steam in one single comprehensive package! In collaboration with the original developer (and featuring translation painstakingly crafted by a longtime fan), PLAYISM is proud to finally bring LiEat to the entire world!

  • Engaging and emotionally resounding JRPG storytelling
  • Entrancing atmospheric music that seamlessly transports the player into the world of LiEat
    (*Purchase of the game includes the OST! Make sure to check your Local folder.)
  • Myriad hidden items and conversations spread throughout the game
  • Multiple achievements for each chapter of the game
  • All three chapters in one package; no DLC, just the whole story
Special Thanks to vgperson and SmokingWolf
Release date
△○□× (Miwashiba)
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 or Greater
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 1.06Ghz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Integrated graphics
  • Storage: 28 MB available space
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LiEat reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
A really quite short but very cute Game. The Story is divided into three Chapters in which the Protagonists have to solve the Events of each chapter. It's actually always the same Principle and there's a Kind of turn-based Fighting Mode, but the Stories are made quite sweet and it doesn't capture the Game too much. Perfect for a quiet Afternoon. PLUS: Great Soundtrack!
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Short Top-down RPG with very nice Drawings. For Miwashiba'S first Game, it was very successful. It consists of three "Episodes," each with new Characters and other Story stories. Game Principle remains the same. The only Characters to reappear are the two Leads, with a new Look, and the "Police." The Game is not heavy. If you want to pass your Time with something cute, this is where the Game has found. I would recommend buying the entire Miwashiba bundle right away, as 1BitHeart Is also a very good Game.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
I think LiEat is great! Although the three Parts are kept quite short, you have tropiceals a lot of fun with a mysterious Story. The Way the Characters are depicted is very good, childlike and open, or also hidden and myststery. The Soundtrack is beautiful and there would be the pure Soundtrack to purchase it would already be in my Inventory. As a Sandbox RPG, the Game has its own Graphic Style, which, if you like it, would definitely be worth an eye-catcher. In any case, this Game has done me a lot of good, I can only recommend it and hope you will be helped by this Review! P.S. This is my second Review, please do not criticize too strongly if it does not help.
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Microsoft from French
The game could be better!!! 1. the links/truth choices should give a greater impact on the game or on the stats of the character. 2. the bosses (if you can call them like this) should be more powerful, because the bosses who do zero degat, it is hyper mega NUL, I had too the impression of gaining the points of experience for nothing, and the legendary weapons were not used for anything either. 3. experiences should be retained from one chapter to another. I was almost shocked to see the level of my characters drop to LVL 1 at the beginning of Chapter 2. 4. the history of each chapter begins well, there are mysteries, there are suspects, we try to discover everything etc. but all the endings are really lame. Basically, I'm super disappointed. Not because the game is bad, but because, sincerely, I think it could be ten times better. So I hope that the creators of the game will do something to improve it. So, no, I do not recommend this game if it is not improved, even if it is not expensive (but it is money anyway, eh).
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