Rawr: TyranoBuilder lets you make your own visual novels


Sounds like a roaring good time

I may be prehistorically late to the festivities, but there's something intriguing about Nyu Media's collaboration with STRIKEWORKS. Thanks to their cooperation, TyranoBuilder, a user-friendly program that lets you create your own visual novel titles, hits Steam on Mar. 27, which happens to be this Friday.

In accordance to Nyu Media and the adorable girl in a T-Rex costume, TyranoBuilder features an easy interface, since you don't have to worry about programming things into your game. However, if you're interested in going the extra mile with your creations, the title lets you do full scripting. Once you complete your project, you're given the option to release it for the PC, MAC, iOS, Android, HTML5, and CSS3; thus giving people the chance to check out your work.

Based on what Nyu Media's description of the product, TyranoBuilder sounds like a neat tool for anyone who wants to awaken their inner visual novel. Hopefully, players'll get to use the title's mascot in their creations, since she deserves her own story. For the price of $14.99, it looks like we're in for a sweet deal.

If things go according to plan, this could give us the chance to make a Modern Method-themed visual novel with Mr. Destructoid, Ai-Fi, Tomopop's beedog, and Flixist as the title's stars. For the record, this is just a random idea that I came with during the creation of this post.

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