/Conspiracy/ Girls >The Madness of Madison Delaroux

Minimum requirements

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows
  • Processor: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64bit) and upwards
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 6200
  • Storage: 876 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Best with headphones
  • Additional Notes: So long as you aren't on a wooden toaster you will be fine.

20 Oct, 2022

Curator review

Conspiracy Girls is a wild ride! Join Madison, Ayano, and Sachiko as they expose conspiracies and get into trouble.

Full review

/Conspiracy/ Girls is a visual novel that takes you on a wild ride filled with cute and funny girls who are determined to expose conspiracies and get into all sorts of trouble along the way. The game's creator has poured their heart and soul into this project, crafting a story that spans the length of roughly six anime episodes.

From the moment you start playing, you'll be immersed in the world of /Conspiracy/ Girls, following Madison Delaroux, Ayano, and Sachiko as they embark on their mission to expose those who seek to rule in secret. But beware! Glowie agents and secret cultists have teamed up against our fearless trio, creating obstacles that must be overcome.

The concept behind /Conspiracy/ Girls is both unique and intriguing. It combines elements of slice-of-life comedy with conspiracy theories, resulting in an entertaining mix that will keep players engaged throughout their gaming experience. Whether it's Madison exposing secrets or Ayano denying the existence of conspiracies (despite overwhelming evidence), there's never a dull moment.

One aspect worth noting is how much care has been put into creating this visual novel. The author has demonstrated tremendous growth since releasing the original pilot version of /Conspiracy Girls/. Artwork by talented artists adds beauty to each character while comedic music sets the perfect tone for every scene.

I appreciate how much thought went into every detail – from incorporating hidden secrets within the book to selecting tracks from renowned musicians Kevin Macleod and Alexander Nakarada. These touches further enhance immersion within the game world.

/Conspiracy/ Girls holds personal significance for its creator as it reflects feelings shared among like-minded individuals who feel misunderstood by society at large. Through humor-filled storytelling, this visual novel unites those who recognize underlying truths amidst chaos.

In conclusion, /Conspiracy/ Girls is a captivating visual novel that delivers an exciting narrative and unforgettable characters. If you're looking for a laugh-inducing experience, this game is worth checking out. So buckle up and join Madison, Ayano, and Sachiko on their mission to expose conspiracy!