Futuristic visual novel, 2236 A.D. released on Steam and Denpasoft.
2236 A.D. was developed by the doujin group, Chloro. This is their first title released in English.
The story of 2236 A.D. takes place in the future, five years before 2236. After an unknown disaster that caused humanity to lose most of its historical records, mankind developed telepathic abilities that allowed them a new method of communication.
Yotsuba, our protagonist, experiences strange encounters that are far from normal. During his first term of school, he meets a girl who doesn’t communicate through telepathy and is closed off from the other students. Then, he finds a screwdriver and traces its origin back to an old abandoned manor. You’ll need to solve complex puzzles in order to discover the mysteries behind the disaster and what the world has forgotten about.
Which is longer, past or future?
—April 1st, 2236 A.D.
—99 e-mails were unread.
—99 e-mails from the same sender… her.
CHALLENGE YOUR REALITY
Our story truly starts 5 years before, in the Spring of 2231 A.D.
Humanity now communicates mainly via telepathic abilities after an unknown disaster fell upon the world. Most of humanity's history has been lost, and society was rebuilt based on the only remaining records of that time, called the Akashic Phones.
When Yotsuba meets a mysterious girl who cannot communicate via telepathy, that's when everything changes.
He finds a mysterious object in the snow, a screwdriver... He traces its origin to a nearby abandoned manor. Inside, he finds something…
What is this thing that will unravel his whole world?
The thing that humanity has denied.
The thing that memory has forgotten.
- Solve elaborate and cryptic puzzles
- Play through multiple routes
- Unlock special scenes and alternate endings after your first playthrough
If you are interested in 2236 A.D., you can get it on Denpasoft and Steam at the discounted price of $13.49. After the sale, the price will go back up to $14.99. If you want to experience a little bit of 2236 A.D., a demo is available on Steam.
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