My World Still Burns is a free, text-based story game based on the popular movie Promare, a Japanese anime. Lio Fotia, previously leader of the Mad Burnish, is trying to live a new life, avoiding the mistakes of his past. He wants to make the most incredible meal possible for his anniversary with the passionate and impulsive Galo Thymos.
My World Still Burns is, of course, fan fiction, and the story of the game doesn’t relate to the actual events of the movie. Be warned that, although it’s unrelated, it does contain spoilers for the movie itself. Make sure to watch it before playing this, if you haven’t already. If you like text games, you can try GodAI and Wednesday.
There isn’t much to this game in terms of gameplay. It’s mostly just dialogue and story. There are over 9,000 words of dialogue in this fanfiction which can take you anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour to get through.
It’s a sweet, simple story with a humorous plot and antics. The game’s attractive background and character art bring the story to live vibrantly. There’s even a fire safety song that ties into the film’s themes.
Meet all sorts of curious characters with interesting things to say, laugh at their witty remarks and enjoy the twists of the fascinating plotline.
The inspiration for this game came from the story-rich, animated film known as Promare. It’s a movie set in a world where people have pyrokinetic abilities and the earth is under threat. The main characters, Galo and Lio, have to fight to save it. It was directed by Hiroyuki Imaishi and was nominated at the Annie Awards as the Best Animated Independent Feature.
My World Still Burns is available for free and is 40 MB in size. The story, art and code were created by developer Cloverfirefly and further assisted by developer npckc.
A sweet story
My Word Still Burns is a sweet story that’s well worth experiencing if you’re a fan of text-based games or enjoyed the movie. It’s a relaxing game with a great plot and interesting characters.