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Hello everyone!

We’re feeling pretty emotional around here. It’s been a year and a half since our writer first pitched Crown of Worlds to the Patron-in-Chief, and the concept pilot saw a lot of changes—both before, and after, funding. As of today, our ideas are no longer visions; they’re reality. We love how the final structure, plot, art, and designs have shaped up, but in keeping with our company motto, we’ll let you decide for yourself. 

—Crown of Worlds Team

This page will receive periodic updates.

Story and Design Features

Projected content at launch in 2021:

  • 300,000+ words
  • 30 character sprites
  • 30 character paintings
  • 30 background paintings
  • 20+ story endings
  • 14 original music tracks
  • 5 optional romances

Earth’s reality wasn’t meant to happen—in fact, it was the product of a very bored goddess.

This goddess broke the very rules of creation and brought forth five worlds to keep herself entertained. She cleverly hid them and networked them together to keep them isolated from the proper universe (a deadly place when you’re not supposed to exist). The network allows our worlds to flourish and provides structure for reality itself…you know, so it doesn’t collapse and kill everyone.

Yes, if just one world becomes separated from the others, they will all be crushed under the infinite weight of original creation. She…didn’t exactly think that one through. But, like any responsible being, she developed a plan.

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Crown of Worlds transports readers into the shoes of Bellot, a former navy medic. Readers decide Bellot’s gender pronouns and experience the story from a first-person view while traveling between five different worlds to prevent the collapse of Earth’s universe. 

The worlds feature various themes, including: dark fantasy, steampunk, classic mythology, and science-fiction. Each dialogue option gives readers the chance to shape an unflinching narrative that’s unafraid to address the darkest sides of idealism. Will you sympathize with the antagonists? Will the correct choice always be the right one? Find your will tested and your morals challenged throughout twenty possible endings. 

Crown of Worlds features an all-original soundtrack and diverse characters written with careful consultation. Our favorite feature, optional romance with multiple genders and sexualities, makes the adventure enjoyable to a wide audience. The narrative won’t railroad you into smushy sexy times for the best ending…unless that’s what you want! 

Romanceable characters in the base story consist of five main protagonists: two males, two females, and one nonbinary character.

About the plot

Crown of Worlds is formatted like a traditional science-fantasy hybrid. Instead of offering separate “routes,” the story has a single, over-arching plot. This plot develops throughout four parts, featuring complex themes in equally distinct settings: dark fantasy, urban dystopia, steampunk fantasy, future utopia, and mythic fantasy.

Content Advisory

Crown of Worlds is intended for audiences of sixteen years and older. You will encounter bad people, medically accurate wound descriptions, violence of a non-sexual nature, and references to drug/alcohol consumption. Readers who select “Adult” modesty will encounter vulgar language. They may also encounter sexually implicit content (romance is optional).   



You choose whether to experience the story with he/him, she/her, or they/them pronouns.

Choose your modesty: Teen for PG13 (no swears, innocent romance), or Adult for NSFW.

Accessibility: Enable sound descriptions or large text within the story.

You decide if romance is part of your happy ending. Get sweet and sexual or keep it strictly platonic. Both options are written with the utmost affection. (Romance routes are available to all player genders. BxB, BxG, BxNB, GxG, GxB, GxNB, NBxB, NBxG, NBxNB).

No stat-raising or mini games to distract from the narrative. Game branches occur at critical junctions within the story. Other choices offer personal flavor, but don’t derail the story. This frees you to respond naturally instead of changing your behavior to “win.”

Dark Ends: Alternate histories worth reading. “Game over ends” in this story aren’t simply for shock value. They explore what the main character’s life would be like if they chose differently at a critical junction in the story, and are guaranteed to include additional lore.

Realistic Diversity. Multiple races, disabilities, genders, and sexualities enrich the character cast. 

Coming soon


Crown of Worlds is purely narrative.

 As such, users may not stream any content without first obtaining written permission from Prismatech Media Arts.

All screenshots must be out of context and include an attribution and linkback to to this website, Steam, or Any more than three (3) consecutive screenshots will be considered copyright infringement.

You may never share full-sized CG screenshots (found in the “images” menu). Screenshots of the images thumbnail menu are OK. Please be kind and avoid spoilers for anyone who has yet to read the the novel, and respect those who have already purchased it.

EXCEPTIONS: You may stream, screenshot, and share any content that is available to the public free of charge (including the demo). All sharing must include an attribution and linkback to this website, Steam, or

FANDOM: We love fanart and fanfiction! Just be sure to include attribution and clearly label your work as a fandom production. And please consider sharing it with us! Be sure to let us know if we can repost/reblog it on social media or this website, along with any desired credit.



We added modesty and accessibility toggles in addition to standard visual novel settings.

Modesty Settings

The first notable change we made to the story structure was to create a modesty setting. Lydia originally wanted to write the story for mature audiences only, but thanks to the flexibility afforded by software accessibility, she agreed to write versions for both a teen audience, and an adult audience.

  • Teen: Readers who wish to avoid vulgar language (and sexually implicit content, should they start a romance or five) can choose the “Teen” setting for a PG-13 experience.
  • Adult: Readers who live by the words “Life is rated R” would probably enjoy the “Adult” setting (for colorful language and sexually implicit content, of course).

Accessibility Settings

  • Sound Descriptions: Crown of Worlds has sound effects in addition to the original soundtrack.  Deaf and hard of hearing readers, or readers who play with no volume, may enjoy the SFX Captions switch. Captions will appear above the message box where the story text appears.
  • Large Text: Increases the message box’s text size from 40pt Arial to 60pt Arial for the visually impaired.
    Note: We must use programming software that’s accessible to a disability within our dev team. That software’s ability to produce an application that’s compatible with screenreaders is untested. Just in case, our writer has already agreed to convert the Crown of Worlds script into an e-book format which the blind can more easily enjoy.

Memories Menu

We added all the things we love to see in a visual novel’s special menu:

  • Myth: Read the Crown of Worlds origins myth.
  • Music: Places individual tracks from the OST at the whim of your clicks, and provides an easy way to purchase it for your very own.
  • Dark Ends: Lists each Dark End and indicates whether or not it has been unlocked, and allows for easy re-reading.
  • Album: Relive character paintings and their scene progression (visual records only).
  • Scenes: Easily navigate to a specific chapter within the story.

Note: We may add another sub-menu for romance and normal endings depending on how complicated things get. Oh, what tangled webs we weave!

Character Design and Introductions

Note: At this time, we do not plan to program a sprite for main character Bellot.
































Story trailer coming soon

UI / Game Start coming soon