Make decisions, learn magic and lift the villain's curse instead of destroying her in this puzzle-adventure visual novel.
Announcement trailer out now for the Empress of Aeser.
Tell just wanted to escape her rural home in Cupra Prefecture. She didn't expect to meet a demon on her first day of work—much less expect that demon to be someone she never thought she'd see again. You play from the perspective of three protagonists in this visual novel set in the 1920s-style fantasy world of Aeser.
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