Fall Of Imiryn is the name of the RPG game and Annchienta is the game engine it uses. The game is written in Python and the engine is written in C++ with Python binding. It runs on Linux and Windows. The installation process is easy (I use Gentoo), you only need to follow the steps on the web pages. If you dont want to install the engine on your system, simply copy the shared library (src/_annchienta.so) and Python binding module (modules/annchienta.py) to Fall Of Imiryns directory and run the game.

I knew this game via a post on Arch Linux forums, the poster has put it in AUR. Its not a long story game (rev903). I posted it because its written in Python. Here is some screenshots:


Story begins


Scene Transition


Heal and save point


In-game small game


Alright, you caught me cheating!

The story is quite short (if you cheat). I dont think this game is near completion because you can not have any real settings to set, such music/sounds on/off. But its definitely playable.

Since its written in Python, I believe its easier to work on if you want to join the development. The default screen size is 400x300, but you can double it or more if you edit the source. I am not a gamer, so I couldnt give any comparisons. I have to disable the music and sounds, I am not used to listen to all RPG games music. (for f in music/*.ogg ; do cp /path/to/blank.ogg $f ; done, if you wonder how I disable the music and sounds.)

Lastly, let me give you few memorable quotes (revealing by selecting):

Avril: What the fuck?! March: Avril, language.

Avril: Yeah right, you fucking monster! You cannot treat Laustwan like that. If this is the way of the Fifth Guard, then it you can stick it right up your March: Avril, language.

Avril: What the fuck are you talking about? March: Avril, language.