A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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It was a day in the last week of December 2009, when I found out that slowly dripping tears had a shivering yet uneasy feeling. The winter turned the air thin and cold, the clouds blocked the sunlight that normally reaches the ground making it feel like the sun was absent.

Days after, I was back on my daily routine, as if nothing had happened, trying to conceal my anger and confusion, slowly regaining control of my thoughts, opening my heart to friends old and new, trying at any cost find a new place for myself.

But it’s in the peaceful moments when the storms settle and the turbulent oceans lose their motions, that any rock can set a chain reaction creating an infinitude of waves, bringing back to the shores of my thoughts the emotions that I had kept away for so long.

Key Features

  • Revisit past events with a new perspective.
  • Last Stanza is a kinetic visual novel, having no choices or alternative routes.
  • Having almost 70.000 words, Last Stanza is a short but impactful story, with a set beginning, middle and end.
  • There are more than 12 unique and detailed characters plus 20 beautiful backgrounds and an exclusive soundtrack.

We would be very thankful of  any comments or feedback you might have!

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
PublisherSekai Project
GenreVisual Novel
Made withRen'Py
TagsAnime, Cute, renpy, Slice Of Life, Story Rich
Average sessionA few hours
AccessibilityOne button
LinksSteam, Twitter, Blog


Buy Now$7.99 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $7.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

LastStanza-1.0.1-win.zip 142 MB
LastStanza-1.0.1-mac.zip 141 MB
LastStanza-1.0.1-linux.tar.bz2 145 MB

Download demo

LastStanza-Demo-win.zip 83 MB
LastStanza-Demo-mac.zip 81 MB
LastStanza-Demo-linux.tar.bz2 87 MB

Development log


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Hi! Is it completed or still WIP?  Somewhere it listed as released, but here - "in development"

Nice catch! The game has already been released, we just missed the part about changing its status, everything should be in order now!

Oh and also - i've read  demo and bought full version. Can i safely skip to moment where demo had ended, or there is some new content?

There were some changes and polishing made to that segment in the full version. So I would recommend playing it from the beginning.