A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Android

A yuri retelling of the fairy tale Bearskin

Penniless after returning home from the war, Isako makes a deal with the demon Maku. In exchange for an endless amount of money, Isako must survive ostracization and attempts on her life for seven years without once asking for help. Should she fail, she yields her soul to Maku.

Can Isako come out alive?

This game contains content that may upset some readers including: violence, death, immolation, loud sounds


  • ~15k words
  • 2 romantic routes to pursue
  • Meaningful choices, also indicated chosen choice(s)
  • 2 good endings; 3 bad endings
  • 4 CGs
  • 5 original tracks, downloadable here!


Shino: Co-director & Writer
Pumpkin-Spike: Co-director, Sprite Art, & Character Design
Awiola: Background Art
GreysonJS: Music
MadScientist: GUI, Programming, & CGs
Mamep: Editor
OnioTheSeal: Title

This project was an incredible group effort created completely within the month of September for the Spooktober Visual Novel gamejam! I hope you enjoy our entry!


Hearts Blight for Chromebook 49 MB
HeartsBlight-1.2-mac.zip 39 MB
HeartsBlight-1.2-pc.zip 56 MB

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Really liked this one, you don't typically see a 1800s Japanese backdrop to a Halloween game. Here's a video playthrough I had. I apologize for my voice, which was a bit strained when I went through this, so I had to selectively vocalize lines out of necessity: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/768996030

Thank you for playing! Glad you like it!



so now i should download the soundtrack.

I'm glad you enjoyed it ^^ The OST made by Greyson JS is really awesome, you can download it here!


Hey all! It was so fun to be a part of this project, and I hope everyone is enjoying the story :) If you did, listen and download the songs from the soundtrack here! 



A very sweet story. I enjoyed both good endings, all three characters, and the fairy tale tone. I wasn't familiar with the original story before playing, but after looking it up I definitely enjoy this take on it a lot more.

Thank you! I'm so glad you enjoyed the game :) We also had fun reading lesser known fairy tales when we first came up with the concept!