Daddy is coming


Fight demons and romance with a goddess in Epic Works’ Rainbow Dreams, published by Top Hat Studios.

Rainbow Dreams is a comedy visual novel about Luka, a young man who lost his parents in a fire when he was little. He almost died as well back then, but the goddess Myra Orbis saved him, by bestowing him with half of her power. She left him shortly after, erasing his memory of herself. Years later, Luka is an adult and Myra grew tired of her obligations as a goddess, so she decided to ditch her posistion and become Luka’s wife instead.

The visual novel had been crowdfunded on Kickstarter back in March of 2019, where fans of the project managed to collect more than twice its funding goal. Rainbow Dreams features eight hours of story content, meaningful choices, a panning camera, dynamic animations, and more.

Story

The universe of Gaea is in a state of perpetual peace as time flows by without any intervening cause, until the world's creator and goddess, Myra Orbis, decides to vacate her position in Elysium to enter the human world.

It is modern day in our world, in a time not too distant from ours. Luka Sanguis, a traumatized, anti-social college student has his life turned upside down when a mysterious girl with glistening white hair appears in his room, claiming to be his wife.

Between hunting Daemons by night and dealing with the struggles of personal life by day, Luka must now deal with another trouble - tangling with God herself.


You can purchase Rainbow Dreams on Steam or Itch.io for $9.99. Adult content for the game is available separately as a patch that's downloadable from the Itch.io store page.

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