A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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GAME FEATURES

  • Dark and mature sci-fi setting
  • Interactive scenes and map system beside the classic visual novel gameplay
  • 24 unique endings to unlock
  • Optional fully voiced version available. Over 4h of voices!
  • High replayability, true multiple branching plot

London, 2099. The earth isn't what it used to be anymore. Incredible climate changes have corrupted the weather, causing a permanent rain on most of the Earth's surface.

You play the role of Luke Black, a 36-year-old bio-informatic engineer. He is one of the lead programmers at Nanotech, a big nanotechnology research company.

But one night, his life is changed forever when he encounters Tanya. Who is she? What does she wants from Luke?

Discover all the 24 different endings and explore all the possible paths! It's a truly dynamic adventure that will keep you entertained for hours.

The game features beautiful manga art, fun dialogue and characters relationship that will change the final outcome of the game.

Published Sep 11, 2017
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rating
(1)
AuthorWinter Wolves
GenreVisual Novel, Adventure
TagsDating Sim, Sci-fi

Purchase

Buy Now$9.99 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $9.99 USD. Your purchase comes with a Steam key. You will get access to the following files:

bionic-heart-win-linux-osx.zip 185 MB
Version 1

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Download demo

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bionic-heart-demo.zip 185 MB
Version 1

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Bionic Heart takes you through the tale of a tech employee and a mysterious robotic girl who barges into his life. While a somewhat typical VN in terms of gameplay, the story and characters are interesting in their own ways. From the fresh take on world distorting climate change, to the futuristic sci-fi, yet still within the realm of possibility, world design, it definitely has its own personality going. Similarly, the cast has a decent variety and is even fully voice acted, which is always nice to see in VNs. And with 24 endings, I think it had replay value covered. 

While not without its flaws, like a few typos or off sounding recording quality, this is a fun story experience that can give people things to think about. I know the game is a bit dated now but, to those involved in its creation, good job.