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am an avid fan
of the Rance
series; it was
my primary
motivation for

Evenicle (download)
Without Mosaics, Partially Voiced
$44.95    MG point:224
On Sale:
Jun 28, 2018
Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
4.5 out of 5 (12 reviews)
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The second princess of the Kingdom of Eden.

She’s pursuing Snake Crest, an evil organization plotting to put the world at war, all by herself.

At the same time, she’s searching for a trustworthy personal Knight to assist her.
A man from the barely-populated Fresh Fish Island, he was raised by beautiful twins named Kinou and Kyou.

Seeking to have sex with both of the sisters by becoming a Knight, he decides to go on a journey.

His primary goal, and one that the sisters encourage, is to become a great enough man to marry lots of women.
A Knight serving the Kingdom of Eden.

She has a legendary mother and a talented brother who she struggles to live up to, but continually fails to do so.

Even her fellow Knights keep their distance from her, but she’s still striving to improve for the sake of defending her nation.
A girl trained as a Ranger, the most agile of all classes of Knight.

She lives in constant starvation in the Republic of Lancelot, and is something like a stray kitten.
A girl with the rare ability to enhance the capabilities of others.

She was selected and trained to be a Knight from a young age.

However, after an incident during the destruction of the Kingdom of Arthur, she hid herself away from society.

Currently living high in the mountains, she undertakes peculiar kinds of research while relying on the Amuzon delivery service to sustain herself.
Kinou & Kyou
Twins who looked after Asterisk like they were his older sisters.

They taught Asterisk everything he knows about fighting monsters and living life to the fullest, as well as having encouraged him to travel to the mainland.

Required CPU: Core i3 or Higher
Required Memory: 2GB or Higher
Required Resolution: 1280 x 720
Required Colors: Full Color
Sounds: Direct Sound
Required Graphics: VRAM 256MB or higher/Shader Model 2.0 or higher
Required HDD Free Space: 2.5GB
DirectX: DirectX 9.0c

A Must Buy for AliceSoft Fans
Disclaimer: I am an avid fan of the Rance series; it was my primary motivation for playing AliceSoft games.

Evenicle is an extremely solid standalone title among AliceSoft's wealth of games that demonstrate a lot of love for both compelling gameplay and beautiful storytelling. The description of this game merely scratches the surface of the deep and interesting world presented by this game. If you are a fan of typical JRPG game flow, you likely will get a lot out of this game, and fortunately EXP is easy enough to acquire in this game to not be a major chore obstructing your progression of the long story.

Speaking of the story, AliceSoft style stories tend to be extremely unashamed to push the limits in more ways that one. It is somewhat odd for instance how polygamy is justified in the world of Evenicle, but much effort is demonstrated in writing out character development that explains how the perverted yet noble protagonist Aster gains the trust and affection of all of his wives individually. While the story may be wondefully warm and lighthearted in those moments, Alicesoft's other strength in storytelling is weaving in dark and sinister themes that highlight the flaws of the fantasy society the characters live in. Expect moments that involve political corruption, murder of innocents, and rape to be a part of the story as well.

Aesthetically, while 3D models are used for the overworld and for battles, they may be the only real weak point of the game as their relative lack of detail is in somewhat abrupt contrast with the beautiful character sprites and CGs of this game. That being said, the combination of Nan-Yaegashi's bright artwork and the partial voice acting for battles and the story naturally absorb you into the world.

If you liked titles like Beat Blades Haruka and Rance 6, you definitely should like this game and feel at home. Even if you didn't play those games though, this particular title by itself is a shining example of a quality eroge.
As good as it gets.
Evenicle is an ero-JRPG in the vein of the rance series, and by the same makers. I've seen plenty of people wondering if this game is worth picking up, and let me tell you, it most definitely is. I'll break down exactly why as best i can within the character limit.


The story of Evenicle is absolutely fantastic; it's classic JRPG fare done right, and done well. It plays with themes like human desire, our inclination to destroy ourselves, but also how these desires are the very essence of what it is to be human and are ultimately what make life worth living, even if they sometimes take control.

As the story progresses, the main evil organization starts to seem less like random douchbags, and more like a collection of people trying to free humanity from the shackles imposed on it by Mother Eve, albeit in a very destrutive way.


Many ero games end up feeling like normal RPGs, with eroticism just sort of hap-hazardly thrown in as essentially random fap-material. Not so in Evenicle. The eroticism is built into the very world of Evenicle, such that is is a part of the story from top to bottom. Many plot points revolve around ero, and the main driving narrative involves the main character essentially on a quest to build up his clout so that he can build his harem.

Unlike the rance series, however, where you basically play as a rapist whose sex is so mind-blowingly good he ends up winning over his "victims", the ero in Evenicle is much more vanilla. The vast majority of it is loving, vanilla sex with his wives, albeit with plenty of crazy scenarios involved. This might sound like a bad thing, but unless you are dead-set against vanilla, it really isnt.

The relationship between aster and his wives is fantastic, as they are all fully fleshed out characters, and he genuinely loves all of them. They are more of an ever-growing family who all eat dinner together, joke and fight with each other, and all get along like a normal family would. They just all happen to also be screwing the protagonist.

Part of the allure of the game's progression also revolves around the eroticism: as you get further in the game, your number of "wive slots" increases. Each time it does, and you progress into the next area, you are always wondering who the next wive will be, as you encounter several characters that you don't end up marrying until a few chapters after meeting them. Will i finally marry that girl i met two chapters ago? will i marry someone completely new i havent met yet? the game keeps you wanting to progress forward to find out, just as much as to find out about the main plot.

Characters and Writing:

Perhaps the single strongest part of Evenicle is the characters and the writing. i honestly didnt find a single character(except QD, i hate bratty OP lolis) who i disliked. They all have great dialogue, they all get plenty of laughs, they play off of each other, they respond situations believeably, and all of them build a genuine family together with the protagonist as the game progresses.


Evenicle is absolutely fantastic, one of the best ero-rpgs i've ever played, and at easily over 40+ hours, it's well worth every penny. I just hope they make a sequel!

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