Painting Werther paintable visual novel game gets a release date for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to the creative talents of developer Mad Cream Games. Due to launch soon on Steam and Humble Store.
Mad Cream Games is eager to announce that Painting Werther, a paintable visual novel, will be launching Linux, Mac, and Windows PC on February 14. Which is also an adaptation of “The Sorrows of Young Werther.” A story originally written in German by Goethe in 1774. The game lasts more than 3 hours and also contains more than 150 authors and 500 paintings.
Delving into Painting Werther, the Paintable Visual Novel to see another version of this legendary story.
Was young Werther really a romantic? Or was he just a man with a death wish?
How deeply did he really love his friend Wilhelm? Maybe his letters hide some clues…
Did he even love Charlotte? Or did he just love the idea of an unrequited love?
Painting Werther – Release Date Trailer
So for all these questions and more, Mad Cream Games presents you an overloading artistic experience. Due to be full of brush strokes and ink spots. Where Chopin plays the sax and Mozart the guitar. Where love turns into hate, and pity into madness.
The original book tells the story of Werther, a man who falls in love with Charlotte. She is a woman who is engaged to another man, Albert. Werther ends up committing suicide to free himself due to not receiving any communication.
Painting Werther does have a playable Demo on Steam. This also includes support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Should you decide to delve into some gameplay.
- It brings passion to a colorless world.
- Paint like the greatest masters of old.
- Pick flowers to your unrequited love.
- An overloading artistic experience.
- It contains more than 150 authors and 500 paintings.
- More than 2 hours of modified classical music.
Painting Werther paintable visual novel game will also include more than 2 hours of modified classical music. The OST will also be launched on Steam.
In the mean time, Wishlist the game on Steam and Humble Store. Due to arrive on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.