Become a god and help change the fate of people, even the world! In WILL: A Wonderful World, you will receive letters written by characters living in urban cities during unspecified time periods. By rearranging the order and combinations of sentences in these letters, you are going to alter the destiny of whomever that wrote them.
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Jun 6, 2017

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March 16

The Movie of Chinese Indie Game is Coming at GDC

I was moved when I first watched "Indie Game: The Movie". Although this documentary only recorded the stories of several well-known indie game developers, like Phil Fish and Jonathan Blow, there are still many more successful or not developers who are not recorded. But the most important thing is that such a movie can let us know what an indie game is and what those developers’ life is like.

I never thought that China would have such an "Indie Game: The Movie", but San Lang did it.

San Lang

I forgot when I first saw San Lang, probably at a game show.
The first time we met with each other after web chat, we might also have taken a photo together.
San Lang is a very cheerful and humorous person and I heard that he used to be an actor.
San Lang has his own game review site called He is known to many gamers because of this site.
San Lang also made games. I played his "Blacksmith Story", but didn’t pay in the app.
When I first saw San Lang, he is looking for funders.
Although we have only met several times in total, I like him very much.


In China, many people do not understand what an indie game is, and even people who are already in this circle do not necessarily understand it.
In the age of the internet we live in, there are too many stories about entrepreneurial success.
These stories make people fascinated.
At the schoolmate’s reunion, half of the old friends are working in investment companies.
I can meet someone who says he/she want to start a business at least every three days.
In my friends’ companies, even during the entrepreneurial process I experienced, I have seen too many people who said that they were passionate and wanted to join the start-up but actually they even refused to work overtime and what they did is no difference with wage earners. The only difference is that they are more expensive.

Therefore, in the indie game circle, there are also many people who yearn for the success of making a start-up.
In 2016, some investors and institutions extended their olive branches to some indie game studios.
Some people got money (not including me).
However, money does not solve the problem of lacking business model, let alone borrowed money.
And from then on, there are no second chances.

After all this, I saw it very clearly.
I understand that China’s demographic structure and economic foundation determine what Chinese so-called commercial games should look like.
I understand that in China, pay-to-play indie games are like highbrow arts, without too much commercial values.
But I like it so I will continue to make indie game.

Most people who have discovered this fact have left this circle.
Some of them went back to big companies to make commercial games.
Some of them started working in other industries.
Some of them are still looking for money-making opportunities that do not actually exist in this circle.

San Lang is one of the few people who found this fact but still insisted on being an indie game developer.
And he not only does it himself, but also supports other developers.

About a year ago, Sang Lang introduced Ting to me, saying that he was the director of the Chinese indie game that they wanted to shoot.
I thought that San Lang probably was kidding. However, he is my friend, so I should cooperate.
Therefore, I never even wore my makeup.
I regret it now.

Chen Heting

Ting is a man of few words. I didn't remember his full name until this year --- Chen Heting.
Ting often appeared in various exhibitions. Suddenly holding a video camera and interview Microphone appeared behind me and dragged me to a dark corner to record.
Ting also came to the studio before we dissolved and also came to the place where I lived after dissolution.
Ting said that he regretted not record the time when our game came out.

But Ting has already recorded the truth of Chinese indie games, and the true life of Chinese indie game developers---
Working seven days a week, 10-14 hours a day.
Responding to every player's questions, in time.
Preparing press materials, and exhibitions.
Producing related products, and transportation.
Tax bureau, bank, and brushing toilet.
Although I’m an indie game developer, my attitude to working and games is far more professional than most people in this industry.
This is me, a Chinese indie game developer.

Thank San Lang and Ting for making all these recorded.

At this year's GDC, a sample of this documentary will be shown at the Film Festival.
After that, this movie will be on Steam.
I hope everyone can support it.

The GDC will play at 7:30pm on March 19th at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts' Screening Room - directly adjacent to the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
If you are going to GDC and interested in this movie, please go there and watch it.

Thank you.

Wang Miaoyi
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March 13

WILL: A Wonderful World 1.1.1 Release Note

  • Fixed several errors in English translation.
  • Fixed problem where some UIs displayed in wrong language in options.
  • Added exit function for Joystick mode.
  • Fixed problem where the test interface might show in some cases.
  • Fixed problem where the message popped up when pressing button to pick letters even there was no letter.
  • Fixed problem where the resolution might display incorrectly while switching window/full mode.
  • Fixed problem where the English title of letters was blurred when enlarged.
  • Fixed problem where video could not play on some laptops.
  • Reduced the hard disk space.

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About This Game

Use your heart and wisdom to help those in need.

There was an urban legend…

Write your troubles down on a note. Hold it in your hand at midnight and pray. “God, please help me…” Then god will hear your plea. And change your fate. It was only a legend though. It wasn’t even popular for very long…

A young girl wakes up, groggy in an unknown room. A talking dog appears before her and she becomes startled by the revelation he tells her: They are gods and it is their duty to change the fate of any humans that ask for their help. Letters appear in the mail and with pen in hand she begins her job.

People who believe in this legend live all over the world, in every shape and form. They write and pray to the gods, seeking help for their troubles:

A quiet nerd stuck in a hopeless, one-sided crush.
An impoverished artist who’s lost all hope and contemplates suicide.
A rookie police officer who burns with justice and hopes for his first big case.
A young woman desperately chasing her dream against all odds.
Evan a stray cat who would be simply satisfied with some dried fish to eat.

They say that a god is good and makes choices for the greater good. However, are these really the best choices for mortals?

With the power to change the fate of humankind, dive deep into the story and learn about those that seek out your help but remember, changing someone’s fate will have an effect on others whether they are interconnected or not. As you read through each story, perhaps the young girl’s memory will also return but what will she learn about herself and her mission?


Receive letters from people seeking help. Investigate their situations and alter their fate.

The stories of the characters are gradually revealed to you in the letters they wrote. From these letters, you will learn about their lives, and help solve their problems. You might not become friends, but they will be forever grateful for all you have done.

Use your powers to change the events that happen and watch as the story takes on a new course!

But exercise caution as altering the fate of one person may change the course of another.

“Everything happens for a reason”

Be sure to put on your detective hat before making decisions. The fates of the characters could be completely changed with your acute observation and wise deduction. Life is full of surprises. Sometimes, thinking outside the box could uncover beautiful hidden gems. Be bold, be brave, and create the best memories together with our heroes!

  • Read stories and use deduction to determine how to alter the fate of the people in these stories.
  • Each decision opens up the story and may even impact the stories of others.
  • Progress through the game and also learn more about the two gods, the mysterious girl and her companion.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Core i3 2.00 GHz or AMD equivalent
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel® HD Graphics 3000
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • OS: OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion
    • Processor: Intel Core i3 2.00 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
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