The Sekimeiya Spun Glass Direct Download
This is the story of eight people trapped in a tower following an attack. With no way out, they must find the truth behind their imprisonment. Prepare for twists and questions that will keep you theorizing, second-guessing, and searching for the ultimate truth. OVERVIEW In the rural town of Yushibana, the Ashiya family holds much of the wealth. After they discover a rare gemstone, a showing is scheduled in Ashiya Tower, drawing the attention of many of the townspeople. However, during the exhibit, the tower is flooded with smoke, activating emergency shutters that trap eight people inside. With twelve hours until their release, they must grapple with an increasingly complex series of unnatural events. It is now late April, and while I just finished up my playthrough, it still feels like it isn’t over. The Sekimeiya is an incredibly complex mystery, so much so that there are still things that remain unclear to me, and I’ll likely be brainstorming them for a good while. The meticulous labyrinth this game spins is insanity, and while I will argue that some of it dips a bit into convoluted territory, it’s still extremely impressive and well put-together. The sheer amount of thought and detail put into every nook and cranny of this Visual Novel is staggering, and it’s frankly incredible for the writer’s first official go in the medium.
Keeping up with the positives, one of my favorite things about this game is this: everyone is SMART. It feels like everyone in the game is thinking and responding to their environment, and I live for it. I’ve read so many VNs where the characters are completely insufferable because they don’t stop and think, but that’s far from a problem in The Sekimeiya. In fact, the sheer walls of text coming from the protagonist—Atsuki—alone could fill an entire chapter. He thinks through everything, and he’s constantly building on his theories, only for them to be torn down by the game’s narrative. I would kill for other VNs to have even a fraction of what Atsuki has. Another character, Sai, is the other standout. He’s also incredibly smart, but he’s also partial to screwing with people. The OST, art, and presentation in general are also pretty great. I enjoyed the character sprites quite a bit, and it was a pleasure whenever the odd CG showed up. Despite this, a few of the CGs weren’t placed as well as they could’ve been, which is disappointing. There were a few scenes that would’ve benefited quite a bit from the extra art, but instead just received a red filter on the screen.
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I’d like to call specific attention to the title screen and the BGs, because they’re all GORGEOUS. The OST is also quite nice, even if it is dominated by mostly EDM, a style I don’t typically listen to. Even so, I found it to be very enjoyable, except for two songs that were so incredibly distracting that they actually kept me from being able to read properly. Luckily, this game allows you to mess with the volume of the music and sound effects independently, so I just muted the music until the next scene. There were some standout tracks that I loved, to the point where I even used the game’s detailed UI to find the songs outside of the game.
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
- OS: Windows 7
- Processor: 1.8GHz Dual-Core
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: Integrated graphics
- Storage: 3 GB available space
- Click the Download Here button above and you should be redirected to GamesDatabase.
- Wait 5 seconds and click on the grey ‘download now’ button. Now let the download begin and wait for it to finish.
- Once the game is done downloading, right click the .zip file and click on “Extract to” (To do this you must have 7-Zip or winrar, which you can get here).
- Double click inside the The Sekimeiya Spun Glass folder and run the exe application.
- Thats all, enjoy the game! Make sure to run the game as administrator and if you get any missing dll errors, look for a file named All In One Runtimes.exe run this and install it.