Viktor Crysworth is an intelligence-based science fiction visual novel that has managed to extend from the Federal Security Service to the Kazakh Foreign Intelligence Service.
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Positive (38) - 94% of the 38 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
May 20, 2020

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“The story that deepens as the sections progress will actually make you feel like a citizen of a completely different world.”
Merlin'in Kazanı

“A dystopia after 2050.”

“Immersive story. Successful art design.”
9.1 – IndieTürk


In the interrogation process, the President of the Federal Security Service, Sultan tells Agustin Graysen about Viktor Crysworth, a scientist, whose life was divided into two parts as “high history” and “high future”. What these two periods told by the Head of Kazakh Foreign Intelligence Service, Oleg Gennadi and Lada Vasiliev, an Expert of Science and Technology in Federal Security Service, meant is only know by Sultan.

In order to make process, Agustin Graysen has to avoid talking to Viktor Crysworth as much as possible, not to say what he knows and not to make unnecessary choices.

Viktor Crysworth, which stands forth with its strong literary aspect, was created to be a game that can appeal to the taste of any person familiar to this genre or not, and to add a different outlook to the visual novel blended with science-fiction. It contains 65 A5 pages;

  • 21 different section,
  • 21 different animated images,
  • 23 different screens,
  • More than 800 dialogue blocks,
  • Over 8,000 words and over 55,000 characters,
  • 38 different selection nodes,
  • 9 different episode endings,
  • 2 different main endings.

An avarege of 9,2 words and 68 characters per dialogue block. Also the music of the game belongs to Gökdan Yüksek, Eric Matyas and Darren Curtis!


  • Viktor Crysworth: A Freelance Scientist
  • Sultan: The Head of the Federal Security Service
  • Jakob Knox: The President of the United States
  • Oleg Gennadi: The Head of Kazakh Foreign Intelligence Service
  • Dr. Ron Brown: The Head of “Sea Effect” Research and Development Stations
  • Agustin Graysen: Intelligence Analyst at the United States Defense and Intelligence Agency
  • Lada Vasiliev: A Science and Technologies Specialist in Federal Security Service
  • Dmitry Grof: A Latin Language Expert in Federal Security Service

Developer's Note

If more than one word is repeated (indicated in italics) one after the other in “Lock” (Episode 12), please bear it in mind that each sentence following the repeated word belongs to Viktor Crysworth.

About This Game

World and Armageddon… The only owner of the two worlds…

He, Viktor Crysworth known as the “black engineer” who dominates the artificial intelligence he uses to take over the world and take control of it. His dreams that began to flourish in Germany were prototypes that would rule the future for him. He would take complete control of the sovereignty and not leave a single sign of life behind. The only thing he wanted was a group of people that he could rule.

He found what he was looking for, thanks to Dr. Ron Brown, professor of physics from the university. The first outcome of the power he created was realized by the founder of the Sea Effect team, Dr. Ron Brown. The Sea Effect, led by Dr. Ron Brown, placed high growth robots called “Fallstreak”, a new product of Viktor and the destruction and lethal strenght of which would be tested in North Antarctica. During the testing process everyone interacted with these robots, disappeared in seconds.

Artificial intelligence created with an overloaded technology was on alert to cause great destruction and to reduce the technology stock all over the world to zero. Unfortunately, the Sea Effect team was too late for some things.

It was a great opportunity to listen to all the experiences from a real hero who fought to death in order to save the distant future of the world, Jakob Knox and though the soldiers of his ever lasting enemy, Sultan.

Maybe it wasn’t.

And now, the end was much closer than the beginning for a defenseless Andromeda.

A huge chain created for Viktor Crysworth’s dream of “full domination”… and more than 2080 Fallstreak representing its smallest link, redesigned in its own path, having reached the top of the technology.

Is Viktor Crysworth a criminal, or not? The ropes are entirely in the hands of Agustin Graysen.

System Requirements

    • OS *: Windows XP
    • Processor: 1.8 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL compatible card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Sound Devices compatible with Direct Sound
    • Additional Notes: 1920x1080 resolution recommended
* Starting January 1st, 2024, the Steam Client will only support Windows 10 and later versions.

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