Wander No More (Visual Novel)

4.6
182 reviews
5K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

*Note: This game is in landscape mode only.
The resolution is 1920x1080, but the game will work on lower or higher resolution screens.
Also, text is more comfortably read on larger devices, such as a 7-inch or bigger tablet. However, it is perfectly playable on a 5-inch phone screen.


The story:


Wander No More is a Visual Novel with no choices throughout the game.
It is fully voiced with English voice acting.


When Kouichirou Nabatame finally worked up the courage to desert his kingdom, he thought his days of bloodshed were behind him. He believed that if he ran far enough, and for long enough, he could leave it all behind. A normal life would finally be his, and he would be able to spend his days peacefully, helping others and protecting their happiness, rather than destroying them without mercy.

But as Kouichirou knew deep inside his heart, peace would not be his so easily.

After weeks on the run, Kouichirou passed through Hotsu Village, and the moment he did, he spelled its demise. The Kodokushi, an elite band of samurai he used to lead, slaughtered the village's residents, then set it ablaze and continued their search.

Powerless to stop them, Kouichirou emerged after his former subordinates moved on, desperate to put out the flames and find himself food and shelter. He moved from house to house, searching for anything edible, until he at last stumbled upon a storeroom, in which he found... a girl.

Orphaned, maimed, and robbed of her village, the girl would undoubtedly die a slow, painful death. Kouichirou knew this, and thus asked the girl a simple question.

"Do you want to live?"

But as he prepared to put the girl out of her misery, a fire lit in her eyes. Before she could vocalize her response, the girl, Chiyo, had already conveyed her answer.

"Then as the one responsible for all of this, it is my duty to make sure that happens. My name is Kouichirou Nabatame, and from this day onward, Chiyo, you are my daughter."


Credits:
Director: Kyle Tyner
Sprites and Cg: Ipari Namuda
Backgrounds: Rude Roo
Writer, programmer: Zetsubou
GUI: SunDownKid
Updated on
Dec 4, 2022

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4.6
182 reviews
Wingardium Leviosa
July 10, 2020
A lot of people seem to complain about the length. But honestly to me this seems pretty long. Don't forget that this has no ads and doesn't require energy levels which significantly reduces the storytime. We should appreciate the fact that it's such a wonderful and well crafted story (if you're looking for choices tho, let me warn you that there are none. Nevertheless, it's an amazing experience.) I'm in love with this heart-wrenching visual novel.
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Returnee from the Moon
March 4, 2021
If you're looking for choices, there are none. Though I liked the banter and the dialogue between the characters, I still can't get myself to sympathize with them. The arts are lacking, there are so many chances where you can put the usual NPC arts. As for the game feature, you need to add dialogue history. I understand that this game is made by a few people. But, I saw that you are somehow still updating the other game with choices, so I hope for an update or sequel for this series. Good luck.
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ThuyTien Lives
January 23, 2021
No choices involved, but the story has likeable realistic characters, the art is stunning and the music is very atmospheric. The story is a decent length, and one of the best free visual novel apps I could find. :-)
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What's new

Version 1.2.2
-recompiled with latest version of the Renpy game engine
-now targets the latest version of Android

Version 1.2.1
Recompiled to target much newer versions of Android and includes all of the updates to the PC version from the last few years.