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Experience the short story of Alex and Nic as they share memories with each other while climbing a mountain together for the first time. For years, Alex has been going for climbs, and trying to get Nic to join. Outdoor trips for her always meant renting a live-in recreational vehicle, but she's leaving her comfort zone and do this one climb. It's a chance for them to remember their lives together and know why this climb is so important.

It features multiple scenes as they climb through different parts of the mountain to reach the summit. There will be an option to travel up a certain path during the experience, which provide different story elements between the characters.

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
GenreVisual Novel
Made withUnity
TagsCasual, drama, Female Protagonist, fungus, Mouse only, Ren'Py, Romance, Short, Story Rich


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SunsetsAshes.zip 181 MB


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This was one of the quickest plays I ever had, but one of the more "eorth it" of the lot, picked up the free version on Steam and ended up buying the DLC to support it but had I known it was here...

Is this the Special Edition with the extra chapter?


Thanks for playing Waldschatten. No though, the version on itch is just the base game, with the extra chapter being on the Steam DLC only.

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All of the art was commissioned, except for the UI which was free.

Ending Art Piece with Main Character: https://www.deviantart.com/hifarry

Background Art Pieces: https://www.deviantart.com/bkiani

Logo: https://www.deviantart.com/tasteslikeanya


The ending tho. I'm going to start by saying the scenery is absolutely breathtaking! Amazing artwork, amazing style and honestly the music makes it even more enjoyable. And oh my god, the story is wonderful and sad. One of the best dialogues I've read in games, cute and funny with a touch of nostalgia. I like the overall message at the ending! Hope I see more of your work.