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Three finals, two days, and then you're free for the summer -- but all those tests aren't going to stop you from checking your usual DrawBBS. 

Late Summer Nights is the first in a series of short visual novels about the overlap of online and “real life,” the 90/00s web, and friendship.

Things You Should Know

  • The game is played in real time. This means that sometimes you might have to wait a couple extra seconds for a response. If someone says it'll take them 5 minutes, it'll probably take them 5 real-time minutes. This game is best played with a distraction handy, like the real internet.
  • There is no audio. If you want music, I recommend putting on some snazzy 90s tunes (bonus points for grunge).
  • Average playtime is about 45 minutes if you're not multitasking. It can be much longer if you are.
  • The Options menu is accessible via the ESC key.
  • Episode 2 will be out in Summer 2018.

Characters

You are Yule, a junior in high school who spends way too much of their time online. Other characters include:

Your Local Internet Grouch

The Two Internet-Best-Friends

The Emo Kid


The Supportive One


...and more!

Published Jun 28, 2017
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS
PublisherMeowleaf Media
Release date Jan 31, 2018
Rating
(5)
Authornyaraka
GenreVisual Novel, Interactive Fiction, Role Playing
Tags1990s, 2000s, Episodic, internet, Non violent, oekaki, school, Short
Average sessionAbout an hour
LanguagesEnglish
InputsMouse
AccessibilitySubtitles, One button

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Click download now to get access to the following files:

LSN1_OSX_20180201.app.zip 23 MB
LSN1_PC_20180201.zip 20 MB

Development log

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I loved this so much! I cant wait for more to come out.

Thank you very much for playing! \o/

It's funny, because I remember to hang around on some similar drawing platforms, though of course they were German and more focused on showing off instead of taking commissions and stuff. But I still feel the same vibe in your game, and that's absolutely well done! Also, you can be very proud of the different writing styles you were able to implement - each character felt like a single one instead of a group of generic characters or something. Great stuff, I hope you'll find some more time to produce a new episode of that. :) As you already know, we included your game in our compilation article about the Finally Finish Something 2018 jam and also potential players can see a minute of gameplay in the related showcase video. <3 You can be very proud of yourself, Anna!

Best wishes,
Sebastian

Thank you so much for playing & for your thoughts!! I'm really relieved to hear that the characters felt distinct. :) Really appreciate it, thank you again!

Aw, you're very welcome, I'm glad that my little comment means something to you. :) Keep it up, you can do it! <3