Crimson Night has released the 2.0 version of its visual novel Always The Same Blue Sky. The studio has also put the game up on Steam Greenlight.


The 2.0 version adds, among smaller improvements, new systems such as multiple choices and dialogue paths, and a second ending.


Always The Same Blue Sky was originally released in 2013. It’s a seaside adventure set on a remote Mediterranean island where you have been sent to study. However, you get slightly distracted by the views, as well as a girl called Kira. What ensues is a fantastical love story.



After a commenter on Steam Greenlight said that it sounds just like any other visual novel, Crimson Night decided to write a post, which you can read here, to outline what makes it different. You can decide for yourself how convincing the argument is.


Find out more about Always The Same Blue Sky on its website.

Chris Priestman

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