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🌖 Red Moon Lost Days 🌔

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Red Moon Lost Days is a RPG/visual novel hybrid developed for the Sega Saturn about Kyou Tan Wa, a pilot who after lost contact with a Army General friend, sets out on a journey to Egypt to investigate his disappearance.

Nineteen years have passed, but the shadow of the Great War is still upon the world. On February 28, 2019, the 3th world war began. The war was between China and the United States of America. A series of sanctions imposed by US ignited this war. Eventually, including a total ban on trade between China-backed countries. A feature of the Great War was the use of war robots, pilot operated biped machines, the Metal Knights. When China won the war, the world changed. For good.

China now called Great China became a union of republics. Consolidating itself as the largest economy. After that, Great China has establish a system to remain militarily stately. The Great Generals system. Each of the Great Generals act as a strong independent force. They are distributed throughout the nation. Zhaoky base with Houke and Rinshu, Weisho base with Ren and Goke, Yannro base with Gakuk and Gekishin, Quinou base with Koshou and Lu, and Chukou base with you.

You are Kyou Tan Wa of Chukou, Great General, leader of the Kyou Army and daughter of Shin Tan Wa and Rei. You carry on your back the weight of being the sword and the shield of Chukou. Before being a Great General, you were just a girl in the middle of nowhere. You grew up on the border of United Europe with Great China, once known as the Middle-East. The battles between the United States and China happened there nineteen years ago. It was at that time that your story began.

Kyou Tan Wa of Chukou, is a Great General from the Great China, leader of the Kyou Army and daughter of Shin Tan Wa and Rei. She was born in China, before it became the Great China. Despite that, she grew up on Middle East.

Kaine Hei Kun of Chukou current serve as Vice General, in Kyou Army. She also is considered the best Strategist in Chukou base. She has been Kyou's best friend since the military enlistment.

Kohime Togashi is a kind and polite girl. You two have been best friends since the Aegis Hospital incident. She was born in Japan, before it became the Japan Federation. Despite that, Kohime grew up on Middle East.

Jess is an intelligent woman. She is United Europe's head scientist and" is heavily involved with Metal Knight. She came to Middle East to do volunteer work at a refugee camps.

-Amazing character, backgrounds and CG art from @amkitani
-Original soundtrack from Guilherme Crispim
-Nonlinear narrative with multiple paths
-Fully explorable RPG areas
-Multiple languages (Portuguese and English)

About the Game

This game was made for Sega Saturn, Sega's 32-bit video game console. To play it is necessary to download an emulator, burn the ISO to a CD or add it to ODE. To play on a computer, we recommend the emulators: Mednafen or multi-core emulators such as BizHawk or RetroArch.


This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.


In addition to the original compositions, the game features music from drackfreeee and Wee Free Music. This game was made using Jo Engine and Neptune Engine.

Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars
(6 total ratings)
AuthorNeuromage Studio
GenreRole Playing, Visual Novel
TagsAlternate History, Anime, Female Protagonist, Mechs, Retro, Sci-fi, sega, sega-saturn
Average sessionA few seconds


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Red Moon Lost Days (Disc 1).zip 124 MB
Red Moon Lost Days (Disc 2).zip 124 MB


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I have been working on a VN for Saturn myself...  I am puzzled on how to add the sound though, which I see you were able to do in RM.  Would you be willing to share a snippet of the code to add the audio to get me started?

Here is the source code of my last visual novel for th saturn, The Case of the City Botucaiba (https://neuromage.itch.io/botucaiba). The game features music and  visual novel dialog navigation.



Is there a way to download this game in just BIN/CUE format or can Saturn Patcher put it all together in BIN/CUE? I'm rocking a Fenrir because my lens went out and I really want to play this game but physical copy is out of the question and it wouldn't load when I tried using the download.

As a new Fenrir user myself, I'm going to put together a BIN/CUE version of the game asap


You are a saint among men/women. Thank you and just keep me posted if you can. Looks like so much fun!


ParabĂ©ns pelo projeto. Sei que vocĂȘ deve ser muito ocupado, mas tenho um projeto pessoal pro Sega Saturn e gostaria de saber se poderia me dar informaçÔes ou se possĂ­vel me ajudar em que direção posso seguir para avançar nessa questĂŁo. Obrigado.



Parabéns pelo projeto. Foi utilizada alguma engine específica neste jogo?

Obrigado. Para o jogo foi usada a Jo Engine


Sensacional, tenho um grupo gamer no Facebook e vou divulgar seu trabalho de coração, parabéns de verdade!


Muito obrigado pelo apoio.


Obrigado vocĂȘ pela obra,  nobre profissional. 


Great game!

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Thank you.

Glad to hear that.

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Hi, great job on releasing the demo.

I'm gonna convert it with KnightofDragon's tool (https://segaxtreme.net/resources/sega-saturn-patcher.73/) to a format my Phoebe will read:

Supported image types:

  • CDI
  • ISO (games with no audio tracks and homebrew)

> .bin, .cue is still not supported after all this time and .iso won't run with .wav files afaik.

Looking forward to playing the game.

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Thank you.


Nice job.

I just played it.

I am developing a Dreamcast visual novel and I know there is a lot of work to do something like that...

I wish you much courage to finish it.


Thank you

Glad to hear you have played.

That's cool, I think Dreamcast is an amazing platform, I'm looking forward to making a game for it.