Gekkō no Carnevale

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Gekkō no Carnevale
Gekkō no Carnevale game cover.jpg
Cover art from the Gekkō no Carnevale visual novel
(Gekkō no Karunevāre)
GenreSci-fi, Supernatural, Thriller
GenreEroge, Visual novel, Gothic
ReleasedJanuary 26, 2007
Written byJ Sairō
Illustrated byOosaki Shinya
Published byAkita Shoten
MagazineChampion Red
Original runApril 2007February 2008
Light novel
Gekkō no Carnevale ~Silver Caryatid~
Written byJ Sairō
Illustrated byOosaki Shinya
Published byShogakukan
ImprintGagaga Bunko
Original runMay 24, 2007April 23, 2008
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Gekkō no Carnevale (月光のカルネヴァーレ, Gekkō no Karunevāre, "Carnival of Moonlight") is a Japanese eroge visual novel developed by Nitroplus that was released on January 26, 2007. Gekkō no Carnevale has been adapted into a manga, a light novel, and a drama CD. It is a supernatural story that also has action, gothic and thriller elements.[1]

Plot and Setting[edit]

The story takes place in a city resembling Italy, known as Belmonte, with the technology levels resembling levels in the late 19th century. In this city there are human-sized mechanical dolls known as "Automata" who serve the people of the city. The protagonist, Romeo, is a taxi driver who was originally involved in an organization known as the "Orma Rossa"(Red Mark). He finds an automata in the shape of a young woman, who appears to have amnesia. He names her Anna and they start living together. However, sometime later, the Orma Rossa begin to catch up to Romeo, and an organization composed of automata also appears; thus, Romeo must fight to protect his current life.

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In the first half of the year of 2007, Gekkō no Carnevale was able to net enough sales to place it as the 50th highest selling visual novel on[2]


  1. ^ Dengeki Online (2008-04-16). "ゴシックノワールAVG『月光のカルネヴァーレ』がドラマCDに!" [Gothic Noir Adventure Game "Carnival of Moonlight" Drama CD!] (in Japanese). Retrieved 2013-03-26.
  2. ^ " PC visual novel sales rankings for the first half of 2007" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2008-05-30.

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