The Letter - Horror Novel Game

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4.5
10.4K reviews
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Content rating
Mature 17+
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About this game

[This game features English language only! Translations to follow.]

ABOUT

The Letter is an interactive, horror/drama visual novel inspired by classic Asian horror films. Told through an immersive branching narrative, the game puts the players into the shoes of seven characters as they find themselves falling prey to a vicious curse plaguing the Ermengarde Mansion for centuries.

In this game, your choices will shape and drive the story forward: will you mend a relationship on the verge of collapse, or will you let it fall apart? Will you risk saving them, despite the consequences, or leave them to die a gruesome death? The fate of all the characters is in your hands.

FEATURES

* Non-chronological storytelling with seven chapters, spanning over 700,000 words. Expect a lot of reading!
* Romance, friendship and drama; apart from horror, this game puts heavy emphasis on relationships and character development.
* Seven playable characters with varying personality and approach to difficult situations.
* Countless butterfly effects; your choices heavily affect the story.
* Full English Voice Acting.
* Animated backgrounds, CGs and sprites.
* Beautifully painted art style.
* Original soundtrack, with opening, ending and true ending theme songs.
* Quick-Time Events.
* First Chapter Completely Free! No ads whatsoever!
Updated on
Nov 13, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

4.5
9.51K reviews
KimLee Chanee
March 11, 2024
Not what I was expecting. I like visual stories with games, puzzles and more interaction, however, I found the story to be interesting. The graphics are great. The game layout is easy to navigate. Those who enjoy a more novel based with choose your words type fame, you will definitely enjoy it. So don't base your decision on my review. Give it a try.
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Nila
March 9, 2024
It's scary but I feel like some of the text in the game doesn't match what the characters are saying. I also notice that some scenes have been taken out that is somehow recorded in the notebook entries. This surprised me a little cause I was wondering if I pressed something that skipped what happened but I didn't cause it was removed from the scene which makes no sense to me tbh. The song is as always so perfect and goes well with the opening theme. Hope I helped. (Warning: Gore & Mature stuff)
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Llyra Sarai
August 22, 2020
It's pretty good, but the best but I don't regret buying it. Not very scary unless you're paying it alone in the dark at midnight. It gets a bit boring at parts and there's a glitch with kylie in two of the scenes where she's 'possessed' but the pictures are switched which ruins the effect a bit. I just started my second playthrough and i live how different everything is when you make different choices. I look forward to getting everything.
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What's new

* Improve game performance.
* Make the game available for newer devices