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The Witch's House: The Diary of Ellen: Chapter 1, "Back Alley Meeting"



The Diary of Ellen is a book by Fummy based on his RPG Maker horror game The Witch’s House. It tells the story of Ellen prior to the game.

This is the Prologue and Chapter 1, “Back Alley Meeting.” There are five chapters in total.

I encourage you to buy the book for yourself. (Amazon) Supporting Fummy is always good, and there are some really nice illustrations by Oguchi, who did the cover.

You can read the book as a PDF here.

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The Witch's House: The Diary of Ellen: Chapter 2, "Awakening"



The Diary of Ellen is a book by Fummy based on his RPG Maker horror game The Witch’s House. It tells the story of Ellen prior to the game.

This is Chapter 2, “Awakening.” There are five chapters in total. You can start from the beginning here.

I encourage you to buy the book for yourself. (Amazon) Supporting Fummy is always good, and there are some really nice illustrations by Oguchi, who did the cover.

You can read the book as a PDF here.

Keep reading

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Need to practice taking photos of my works (for portfolio purposes and stuff Dx)

This is my favourite art line-doodle-art cuz I’m proud of my patience on handling the details of the House (dang bricks) T_T.

I have no guts on dooling in direct ink unless I do draft sketches with my mechanical pencil. ((thus I don’t participate in Inktobers and stuff TT~TT))

I miss playing rpg horror games … Dx 

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The Witch's House



The Witch’s House (Majo no Ie) is a freeware puzzle-oriented horror game by Fummy made in RPG Maker VX.

The young Viola visits a mysterious house in the woods.
She soon discovers its dangerous nature and must find a way out.
But the house is ever-changing, and death could be lurking anywhere…


Be aware that some elements of the game are somewhat violent.
Also, the RPG Maker VX RTP is required. (Download here.)



Yeah, I translated another RPG Maker horror game. These things just come up.

Since there are inevitably going to be Ib comparisons, I’ll do some of that for you: It’s similar length, maybe a little longer - Fummy says 2 to 3 hours, but that may be overestimating a little. It’s not quite as character-based as Ib, but has plenty of clever puzzles and such. And it can be really friggin’ scary.

Also, it’s a fair bit more violent. Fummy says it’s fine for ages 12 and up. I’m… iffy on that estimate too, but whatever.

From a technical side, some features of RPG Maker VX - most notably the fact its English version is officially supported - made this a lot easier than in 2000. On the other hand, if people do have problems, I’m not sure how much I’ll be able to do.

And one last unrelated comment: Did you know Fummy wrote the Vocaloid song “Can’t I Even Dream?”? Small internet.
The Witch's House: The Diary of Ellen: Chapter 5, "Ellen"



The Diary of Ellen is a book by Fummy based on his RPG Maker horror game The Witch’s House. It tells the story of Ellen prior to the game.

This is Chapter 5, “Ellen” - that’s originally written in English, if it matters - and the rest. You can start from the beginning here.

I encourage you to buy the book for yourself. (Amazon) Supporting Fummy is always good, and there are some really nice illustrations by Oguchi, who did the cover.

You can read the book as a PDF here.

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The Witch's House: The Diary of Ellen: Chapter 3, "Cute Little Bottle"



The Diary of Ellen is a book by Fummy based on his RPG Maker horror game The Witch’s House. It tells the story of Ellen prior to the game.

This is Chapter 3, “Cute Little Bottle.” There are five chapters in total. You can start from the beginning here.

I encourage you to buy the book for yourself. (Amazon) Supporting Fummy is always good, and there are some really nice illustrations by Oguchi, who did the cover.

You can read the book as a PDF here.

Keep reading

The Witch's House: The Diary of Ellen: Chapter 4, "A Girl Who Was Loved"



The Diary of Ellen is a book by Fummy based on his RPG Maker horror game The Witch’s House. It tells the story of Ellen prior to the game.

This is Chapter 4, “A Girl Who Was Loved.” There are five chapters in total. You can start from the beginning here.

I encourage you to buy the book for yourself. (Amazon) Supporting Fummy is always good, and there are some really nice illustrations by Oguchi, who did the cover.

You can read the book as a PDF here.

Keep reading