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The Last Yandere: Cursed Dark is a short sci-fi horror visual novel that takes place within the mythology of the AppSir Games Universe.

The surreal story of The Last Yandere: Cursed Dark takes place in November 2017. After losing his memories three years prior, a lonely man seeks to rebuild his life and uncover the truth behind his pixelated nightmares. While applying for a job at AppSir, Inc., the game development company plunges into chaos as nightmarish glitches start appearing in their games. Soon after, he meets a mysterious woman named Kara Gentner.

Day by day, things start to feel just a bit different. Daily experiences are becoming a blur and just the smallest things seem to be off. At night, he hears a strange hum around his room before night terrors haunt him in his sleep. His new friend Kara is slowly showing her sinister side, too.

The man is terrified, and maybe he’s right to be.

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The AppSir Games Universe is a series of standalone retro platformers, visual novels, and horror games with intertwined stories.

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Updated 15 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(2)
AuthorAppSir Games
GenreVisual Novel, Interactive Fiction
TagsAnime, Creepy, Horror, Narrative, Pixel Art, Psychological Horror, Sci-fi, Story Rich

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The Last Yandere Cursed Dark.zip 87 MB

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pretty cool

Will this be back?

https://appsir.itch.io/the-last-yandere-visual-novel

I want to play this version, because I found out the things of this are kind of different from the cursed dark version

I remember it used to be Free to play on Steam.

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I really liked this game! Could use some more polish, especially between the transitions of scenes and songs, but other than that, this is a very fine (and scary) game indeed. I was confused on why the game has its specific subtext, but knowing the context by playing makes me appreciate the deeper lore behind everything. I'll be sure to inspect my window tonight, in case anything is "lurking" there... hopefully not a yandere, or anything.