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Light Fairytale Episode 1

Episode 2

About the Game

Light Fairytale is a turn-based Japanese-style RPG series set in a dying underground world ruled by an evil empire.

The goal of this project is to bring back the immersion and emotion of 90's era JRPGs on current platforms with the expected evolution in both design and technique.

Episode 1 is the start of the adventure. Play as Haru and his childhood friend Kuroko as they fight a dark empire in the underground 'Lower City'.



A bit lazy and a lot naive, Haru nonetheless is a kind soul and knows how to handle himself if push comes to shove.


She might be short and cute (sometimes), but don't let that fool you: Kuroko is exceedingly capable in battle and always willing to step up. She's also fond of technology - maaaybe a bit too much so.

Notes about the Light Fairytale series

Each episode is a standalone game, approximately 2 to 3 hours long for a first play-through, double it for a full completion of all the achievements and secrets.

More episodes

About (neko dot works) is a one person indie game studio from France making modern renditions of classic concepts.

Previously released by the studio was the retro-inspired arcade racer Super Night Riders.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Adorable episodic jRPG which unabashedly wears its inspirations on its sleeves. Surprisingly gorgeous visuals, this one-man-team has released something special indeed, a genuinely enjoyable - albeit frightfully short - first episode in a planned series of four.
Basic but fun combat, serviceable music, fabulous visuals, and a rose-tinted glasses view of the classic turn-based RPGs of old. I enjoyed it! Onto Episode 2 now :)

Review from Steam

Light FaryTale Episode 1 is a good start for turn-based game series. It has a cute style, a great soundtrack and pleasing mechanics. It's short, its duration is about 3 hours, but it will catch your interest to play future titles of this saga. If you like turn-based games, you have to give this game a try.
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