A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

Milly must travel to the tower, and ask for the Fairy Princess for help, in hopes of saving her older sister.

Milly failed once, perhaps Milly can succeed. 

How to Play:

-Use Arrow Keys to move

-Press Shift to run

-use the Enter key to interact with items as well as to talk to characters.


This is my first ever RPG Maker game. This game was meant for me to explore and get a feeling for the game engine. Almost everything you see in this game is made from the default tiles, sprites and etc. 

It was based on a very old idea for a game called I called "Fever Dream", maybe once I feel comfortable with the engine, I will revisit it. 

I hope you enjoy though and please, I would love to hear some critiques! I want to get better at making stories and games in this engine.

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
GenreVisual Novel, Adventure, Role Playing
TagsHorror, RPG Maker


Flowers for my Sister(Windows).zip 136 MB
Flowers for my Sister(MAC).zip 272 MB
Flowers for my Sister(Linxu).zip 179 MB


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I liked that! This was super cute!

Thank you kindly~ glad you enjoyed it!


This was a fun game, short but engaging with a nice little twist (for me the impact was lost a bit with the way the game started but it was still a good concept). I liked how Milly's attitude and language reflected her naive nature, and the snake was a really fun companion; was sad to say goodbye to them in the end. It did take a while to figure out how to use the mirror shards; no matter how often I went back to the mirror there was no indication that I was even supposed to be fixing it (I missed the mirror entirely during the first playthrough, though that was more due to my lack of observation). Other than that it was a nice little experience, would love to see what else you can do with the engine (I am quite curious about this "Fever Dream" idea). 


Thank you so much for playing my game! I'm glad you found it an enjoyable experience. And thanks for the criticism, I'll be sure to figure out how to make tasks more noticeable next time! 

And who knows, maybe one day you'll get to see Fever Dream in all its spooky glory!

Spooky glory? That definitely sounds like my kind of thing.