Castle of Delights

Castle of Delights
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Release date
22 July 2021

A fox has to choose between Nostalgia and Lust. A woman wants to live in the Dreaming. Everything can happen in the Phantasia's Party, in the Castle of Delights. Philosophical romances in a psychedelic world.

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Castle of Delights system requirements


  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel Celeron 847 Dual Core
  • Graphics: GeForce 9200
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 3 GB available space


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A beautiful VN with a unique style and interesting plot, short and very cheap. Definitely recommend!


Castle of Delights is the next story of Elylah and Vulpes in the realm of dreams and introduces some new characters, Nostalgia and Zamora. From a narrative point of view, this was a bit difficult to follow; there are a lot of grammar problems and sentences that really don't make a whole lot of sense (more than the first game). I also don't quite understand why Morpheus' appearance completely changed from the first game.

Anyhow, what you're really buying is the art; and I think it's quite good. Almost all the sprites and CG are animated and the scenes are sexy. Many of the scenes are quite surreal and there was obviously a lot of effort put into them and while some of the sprite graphics look like they were shared from the first game, I don't think it diminishes anything. Also, the plot doesn't really rely on the first game (Symphony of Delights), so there's no real need to play that first but I recommend picking that game up as well.

The story is fairly short overall and can be tough to follow but I think the art is well worth the price of admission.


So this is a series, Symphony of Delights, Castle of Delights, and Dungeon of Delights.

All three games have the same amazing art style that is definitely the reason you buy these games. They're also all cheaply priced and very short so they are very easy to pick up and play. I will say in my opinion, Dungeon is the best of the three, as it's clear that the dev is more experienced.

The games all follow the same characters, Elylah and Vulpes. The have similar plots and the world is the same.

Weirdly all three games share save files. You cannot play all three games at once, you have to individually start and end them. But the save files for all three will appear. Each game seems to be a loose continuation of the last. More like, a series of adventures that the same characters go on.

The games are fun enough, and beautiful to look at. I'd love to see an edition where they are all just one game, or maybe for the fourth installment, just make it longer than half an hour.

all in all these are good, and for so cheap, why not pick it up. If you don't like it, just refund it, you'll beat the game in time.