Release date: March 2019
Genre: 2DCG, Female Protagonist, Fantasy, Corruption, Animated, Oral
Language : English
Size: 250 MB
Lyla’s Curse which is a game about an elf (Lyla) who is just about to finish up her magic schooling when she gets cursed with an item that suppresses her magic completely. This in turn causes her to fail her finals and needs to find a way to rid herself of this curse in order to finish her schooling and get into the magic force.
She now can’t cast even the simplest of spells and now is forced to find alternative money making schemes to pay a specialist (an expensive ass specialist) to rid this curse…or is she smart enough to figure it out on her own.
She’s accompanied by her faithful familiar Sock, which just so happens to be a burlap sack doll. Give her a break, she decided to be different and infuse her magical focus into a doll instead of the traditional animal that most sorcerers take. You get to follow her journey into debauchery as she tries to find a way to rid herself of this curse. If she can’t then she has to return to the normal “Non-magical” world…f*ck that.
Bugfix: Bhop Payment Loop
Bugfix: Bhob’s first scene, Lyla’s eyes get weird
Bugfix: Lylas Room Banner Dialogue Fix
Bugfix: Lylas piercings show before she gets them
Added store working mechanics
Accessed after living at the Pawnshop and doing Piezo some favors, talk to Piezo to “Work:…”
Customer amount and location in the store is randomly generated
Lyla will randomly work in different portionslocations of the store
Minigame for helping with customers
Note: When clicking on a customer to help them, you’ll need to move the mouse to reset hide the old highlighted sprite, I’m still working on how to fix this particular thing but it’s not gamebreaking in anyway.
Added Updated Intro Song
Vocal Track Added
Added environmental songs
Ques are roughly added, will begin finetuning audio, but this is a start.
Songs have been custom written and recorded.
Bhob’s Konstruction Theme
The Streets Theme
Lyla’s Room/Second Floor of Pawnshop Theme
Prologue: Mellow version of the Theme Song