Ren'Py is a free, 2D, and cross-platform engine that helps you make story-based games including visual novels and simulation games. It uses a scripting language based on Python.

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For visual novel games, it's tough to beat the free and easy to use Ren'Py engine.

Tried a lot other visual novel engines from simple drag and drop types to scripting ones, but I always return to Ren'Py. It gets stuff done.

I use it for my game ( Demon and Heart ) and it's very good

Ren'py is one of the best engines for Python programming. The guides of the community have a HUGE content about how to do things.
It's one of the best engines for amateur developers.

It very good engine for dating-sims :D

During my use with Ren'py, Not only did i find that their tutorial explained all the features really well, but The overall engine it self is smooth and very Beginner Friendly. For this i give Ren'py a 10/10, i mean who doesnt love playing an old school choose your own adventure style game.

This engine is actually very easy to use and as long as you have the skill to make the art, music, and story (Or at least have a team of people willing to help), you can make a Visual Novel VERY easily and very nicely with this engine.
It's free, and not too hard to understand. It even has it's own tutorial game that goes rather in-depth with it's controls and scripting.

Frankly, if you're into Visual Novels and you want to make one of your own, this is an Engine I highly recommend. All you need is your own art, music, and story, and with help from the tutorial (or prior coding knowledge) you're pretty much set.

Very few things I found a little annoying but other than those this engine is pretty much wonderful in most ways.
Give it a download and a try if you want to make a VN.
It's worth the few seconds it takes to download.

best ever


It doesn't support Python 3.x yet, but beyond that downside, it's absolute bliss to work with and produces outstanding results.


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