A downloadable visual novel for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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A young woman wakes up in a lighthouse with a head injury and no memory of the shipwreck that brought her there—or anything else, for that matter. A stone-faced, stoic Lighthouse Keeper assures her that help will arrive soon, but seems unwilling or unable to help her figure out whom or where she is. Help the Lighthouse Keeper’s Guest uncover the mysteries of the island and its inhabitants in this point-and-click visual novel about unlikely friendship and loss of identity.

One playthrough of The Light at the End of the Ocean will take approximately an hour and fifteen minutes. Including all endings and bonus content, the full length is about two hours total.

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In order to download this visual novel you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $7.50 USD. You will get access to the following files:

The Light at the End of the Ocean 1.0 (Linux) 270 MB
The Light at the End of the Ocean 1.0 (Windows) 270 MB
The Light at the End of the Ocean 1.0 (Mac) 269 MB

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Demo (Windows) 85 MB
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Demo (Mac) 84 MB
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Demo (Linux) 89 MB

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Archivist is best girl 10/10

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This is a great polished experience, really enjoyed getting to know more about the characters, the mystery of the island and the lighthouse, and finding the different endings! The point and click parts were really fun and cool to see in a VN!

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A great looking demo, I'm intrigued where the story will go from there. Looking forward to the full release! :)

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The character art is very nice, and the scene images, particularly the one are the mirror, look really stunning. I'm looking forward to seeing more of it when it's done!

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Just played. It was short but intriguing. The artwork is lovely, I love the Guest's sprite art. 

My only issue was that the sound of the rain is connected to the music, so I couldn't turn down the rain SFX without turning down the music as well. 

Other than that, I can't wait to see what else you do with this game! =D