“Sara Chidouin returns home from school late one night to discover that something’s gone terribly wrong.
When she comes to, she finds herself, her friend Joe, and 9 other people trapped in a mysterious place.
Placed in life-and-death situations, they must come to an agreement about what they should do – and who should die.”
Your Turn To Die -Death Game By Majority- (Kimi ga Shine) is a freeware negotiation/horror/adventure game by Nankidai made in RPG Maker MV. Currently, it goes up to Chapter 2, Part Two. It will be released a part at a time.
Quite a large amount of twist and turn happens, as well as some revelations.
Game link (vgperson’s translation):
Potential SPOILERS below.
In the video there’s an explanation of how the roles work. I will just state the risks that each role has.
Commoner doesn’t have perks with it, thus, perfectly safe to vote for.
Keymaster is basically invincible. If people think you’re the Keymaster, you can’t lose. In this case, by claiming himself to be the Keymaster, Sou narrowly makes everyone avoid voting for him.
Sage is a Commoner who knows about the identity of the Keymaster. Sounds good, but the risk of this role is notably high. After revealing the identity of the Keymaster, the Sage is useless and become perfectly safe to vote for. In this case, poor Kai became a target due to uncertainty about the rest of the cast’s roles.
Sacrifice is a very trashy role. You either kill everyone and escape with one person or die. You have to make yourself suspicious. Which is extremely hard, since there’s a high chance of backfire.
Okay, let’s talk about Kai. He is Sara’s homemaker. He was asked to protect Sara, that’s why he kept following her like a stalker. When Joe claimed that he saw the stalker, it might have been Kai, since he never knew Kai to begin with (not even Sara knows of him as her homemaker!). Joe might have always known that Kai was the person following Sara but he kept quiet due to being wary, I think. Anyway, Kai certainly has ties to the mastermind, he stated as much. Due to him knowing too much, he was manipulated to be voted for in the Main Game by the mastermind, that’s my theory anyway.
And Joe… I still want to suspect him. Even after his death. Call me stubborn if you want, but that Sacrifice role is either too trashy or too convenient. I mean, Mishima died meaninglessly, but that’s due to them not paying attention. This role is straight-up a death sentence, unless you’re a psychopath. One more thing, why was his card under the table where the laptop was? If that isn’t proof he had gone to the hidden room to do something I don’t know what else. He also knew about the pattern on the Keymaster card too… Joe, even in death, you left too many clues! He has to have a hand in all of this. Let’s also discuss what Joe’s doing during the Main Game. Let’s say, he’s the mastermind. He found it harder to maintain the game while participating, so he made himself the Sacrifice. He might have 2 plans in his mind. One, survive with possibly Sara. Two, take Kai down and fake his death. By feeding Gin false info and making him seemed like the Sage, he gathered suspicion on himself. But why he said ‘don’t vote for him’? Simple, if the real Sage speaks up (Kai), then he would be viewed as a Commoner (not a Sage, but don’t want vote for himself). If so, his first plan succeeds. But the cast didn’t come to that conclusion and vote for Kai instead. This is the 2nd plan: taking out Kai and getting his freedom as the gamemaster. I mean, no one even bothered checking Joe’s body. His death is just dubious.
Oh, and… Alice. Unfortunate name. I think his name should be “Arisu”, but it’s the same as “Alice” in Japanese so yeah. So it’s not that there are 21 people, it’s just this guy happened to hide around. He came with his sister, and was told to hide his identity because she doesn’t want to be associated with him. So far we know he murdered someone, and that someone has the same name as that green-haired beanie man over there. Hmm… more suspicion on “Sou”. Still don’t know why he didn’t do the First Trial with his sister though.
About “Sou”… I don’t know. There’s too much distrust around him, but no one can do anything about it. Sou’s our Kokichi in this game (if you know Danganronpa V3, you’ll get it). Basically, he thinks with pure logic. Everything he said is technically logical, you can’t deny him. But those words aren’t what a normal person would say. He doesn’t care about what anybody feels. At all. He would lie so casually just to get some truth out of people. I’m not surprised if in the next chapter he’ll be tied up. I still don’t think he’s behind this. Going by that Kokichi mindset, he’s trying to win by any mean possible. I still don’t know what he did to Kanna though, but they did have a lot of time together in the previous part. Poor Kanna is back in the danger zone now, at least that’s what I feel like.
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