0 reviews
  • Add Review
  • Subscribe
  • Nominate
  • Submit Media
  • RSS
You play as the protagonist giving them a name and experience the world is his/her
sight. The protagonist is gender neutral, so it's up to you which gender they are.

You, the protagonist, are suffering from multiple black outs, muteness and sleep walking. All of them being symptoms of an unknown illness, or as you will find out later a curse, which will give you not more than 14 days to live.

While you are slowly slipping away hoping that a cure will be found in time, you can spend your last days with your best friend, all of your friends or just by yourself. And maybe, life will give you a second chance.

Stargaze is an story based ARP, filled with heartbreaking choices and the constant feeling of running out of time.
The game has multiple endings, a day and night cycle, with different color palettes and a beautiful soundtrack.

Latest Blog

Game Files Gone... Back to the stand of Fall 2016

I'm sorry for everyone who is waiting for an release of Stargaze, but you gonna have to wait longer. REALLY LONG.....
The reason is that I lost the main files of the game, because I switched to an better and newer computer and cleared up my junk on the old one, realizing too late that I have copied the wrong data pack on my flash drive, and I am now only left with an pretty old backup save from a stand of fall 2016.
That means I'm left with poorly one eight of the whole game.
And since I have moved on to another idea, I would like to take this release back
and mark it as scrapped for the time I'm working on my current idea.
After that I will re finish Stargaze and give you another update when I'm done restoring at least one half of it.
I apologize again to everyone who is patiently waiting for the game to be playable.

  • Hiatus
  • El-Chan
  • RPG Maker 2003
  • Adventure Visual Novel
  • 06/11/2017 05:14 PM
  • 02/04/2018 05:59 PM
  • 11/01/2017
  • 5319
  • 23
  • 0


Pages: 1
Did you use a very red tint over black and yellow? There's something very muted about the palette.
It looks good, chan.
Did you use a very red tint over black and yellow? There's something very muted about the palette.
It looks good, chan.

Since I'm working with paint I have to stick to a tight colour palette. I decided that the use of black for the reds and yellows as background filler would be too distracting, due to the muteness of the colours, so I left it out completely and stuck to my darkest muted red to do the job.
Pages: 1