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Download MVOL v0.28! (Mirror)

Click the main link, then click "Download through your browser" to get your own copy, or click the mirror link to play it online straight from FurAffinity. You can also right click the mirror and select "Save As..." to grab a copy to play offline. You may need to download a standalone flash player to play it from your computer!

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Download from your phone, or copy over from your computer. You may need to enable non-Play Store apps before you can play, and Adobe Air will prompt to be installed as well.

Change log:

Glass Door content added
New art added

Previous Versions

Download MVOL v0.27!
Download v0.27 for Android! (Mirror)
Change log: 
Glass Door content added
New art added
Alpha Content (MVOL+ Only):
Stone door skip cheat added 

Download MVOL v0.26! (Mirror)
Download v0.26 for Android!
Change log: 
Glass Door added
New art added

 
Download MVOL v0.25! (Mirror)
Download v0.25 for Android!
Change log: 
Imitation Soda added
New art added



Download MVOL v0.24
Download v0.24 for Android!
Change log: 
Ride Him added
New art added
Alpha Content (MVOL+ Only):
Post-Stone Door preview expanded

Download MVOL v0.23!
Download v0.23 for Android!
Change log: 
Flirt added
"Game Mode" added
New art added
Menu descriptions added
Exclamation point added


Download MVOL v0.22!

Download v0.22 for Android!

Change log: 
Stone Door content added
Stone Door content complete
New art added
Art Gallery feature added

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    1. I haven't tested it myself, but it's just a flash-based game-- to my knowledge, it should be playable on virtually any platform that can handle moderate amounts of internet browsing. I've even had a player reportedly play it on a rather rudimentary e-reader. So I expect it will work on a Mac, yes.

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  2. got it to work once and now i can't get it to open on my computer again =/
    the link it's self works fine but I can't access my saves.

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    1. Update, I can open the file from the downloads window of firefox but not from where I save it. really weird.

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    1. There are three "Petre's Guide"s published in the Blog Archive in June and July, people have found them pretty helpful for finding most of the hidden stuff in the game! They still more or less apply with the new version, too.

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    2. hello. i'm new and i just want to know if there is a way to get M.V.O.L on my desktop, and the save link did not work, because i have it on my phone but i would prefer not to lose my sight because of how small the words are, oh and yea text size (19) in the option sill hurts my eyes still love it but yea thanks. I have never read such a amazing story because you gave us all the the option to read a more custom tailored game. that appealed to own individual tastes.

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    3. If you download the regular .swf at http://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/87304733/MVOL015.swf (for v0.15) then open that on your computer, it should work fine. Accessing it by your computer you should be able to right click>save link as... or something like that. On your phone, you should be able to download it, then copy the .swf file over to your computer. I'm not sure what you mean about the save link not working. I just checked it, and it seems to be working okay. Hope this helps!

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  4. Is it possible to play this game on a smart phone?

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    1. Download a free app called puffin browser and then you can play flash games like mvol

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  6. I was able to download version 5 and play it but now my phone (T-Mobile LG Android Version 4) cant open the file when i downloaded it again (same on all the other versions). Why not?? :(

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    1. Also a stupid question. How do i download the game onto my desktop so i dont have to go through the site each time?

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    2. When i save link as windows cant find it because it doesnt know what program created it.

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    3. open it with your internet browser

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  7. how do I use the cheats?

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  8. So honestly, I just want to ask. Love the game and all and such but I just have a question about the continuity.
    So i hit this: You touch the feline's arm and smile softly. You ask her, would she like to talk about her past? Lith draws a deep breath, holds it, and folds her arms over her head, leaning back in a big stretch. A soft little grunt ratchets up in her throat, her eyes shut tight. Finally, she collapses, her breath pouring out of her and forming loosely into words. "No... I think that's enough for now." Her eyes flick up to meet yours, and she smiles softly. "I really appreciate your sitting through all my pathetic rambling, but at this point... Everything left to say isn't worth saying. And I'm not sure it worked-- I think things are still slipping away, and from how these talks have gone... I'm not sure I care anymore." Her eyes flick out, into the void. "Maybe it'd be better to be nobody." That pale white reflecting in her eyes doesn't suit her, you think. But for now, you'll stay silent.

    And i am just wondering if it is like a sort of brick wall or if more can be done?

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    1. That's currently as far as is written for Lith taking about his past, yes. I'm thinking about adding more later, as something that unlocks after other post-collar content, but for now, that's it ^.^;

      If you'd like to know more about Lith, though, I also have a few series of stories on my FA and SF centering around him, one of which is all about one of the periods he describes in his past. You might find them worth looking over if you still want more :3 Thanks for your interest, and thanks for playing!

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    2. Ah. Well thank you for replying. I do indeed find Lith an interesting character. Despite the constant sex-based mental numbness that seem to make up his past. It goes into a, how you say, just literary circle when i reread the things he/she mentions about his past in-game. But You are welcome, the game is very enjoyable. And thank you again for replying.

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  9. Oh, Lithier. The way you write is what brings me back to play this. I love the new additons that come with the update. Keep up the good work!

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  10. Just got a new phone, decided to see if there was an update. I may be a bit late to the party but I just wanted to say, Lithier, that your stories and writing are some of the best I've read and for written erotica I have never found anything that evokes as much sensation as yours.
    I may not be an expert in text-based naughty bits, but I am an English major: I know good writing when I see it! Keep up the great work.

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  11. Lithier I just wanted to congratulate you on making such an amazing little game. I also have a question however... Why did you have to make one of the most upsetting endings I have ever come across in a game? The one where you wait a ton of times then approach Lith and then he/she (depending on the players choice) leaves you alone. I was on the verge of tears when I read through the text.

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    1. Hey, glad to hear you enjoyed! But... You mean to say that you not only left Lith alone, but for a really long time? Well, no wonder he got sad ;_; I wouldn't blame him for leaving you alone right back! Nobody wants to be forced to hang on the whims of another for a little companionship...

      But honestly, I knew MVOL needed some kind of "lose condition," and nothing seemed more fitting than using it for when Lith is uncontrollably sad. And yes, leaving him alone in a vast void to just sit in utter silence for long, looooong stretches of time, is an easy way to do that :p

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  12. im just wondering what version is out on E621?

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    1. I believe that versions 0.16, 0.17, and 0.18 are currently up on there, but not left-aligned 0.18, if that's what you were looking for. I updated 0.18 to have a link here so people can find that ^.^;

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    2. ok, nice. Dare to say when the next update is out?

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    3. The Patreon has hit its big goal, so I'm pushing up to a schedule of every other month! That means I'm aiming for v0.19 sometime in November. Wish me luck! ^.^;

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  13. If you wait long enough and the lith leaves its creepy as fuck.

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  14. Cool. Surprised you didn't use ScummVM or a Z-machine interpreter or the like, though. They did most of the work setting up the basic game including script editors! It also would have been able to run on nearly anything, including the NES (someone recently did a port of Zork's engine to it). :) Sad to read that you encrypted newer versions but I guess them's the breaks. If anyone here is wanting to see how these games work, there's tons of libre/open-source examples for those kinds of virtual machines as an alternative to looking at this game's code. Scripting quests and such is kind of fun so curious cats should try it out - I have done some for Elder Scrolls/Fallout 3's engine (open), as well as The 4th Coming (proprietary). They make it mostly just flags and conditions in Bethesda's games, so you can concentrate on making the NPCs fun and interesting (just use something like continuous printer paper or a text word processor to keep track of events). You still see bugs, though, because it's like any other programming language. Also, T4C has extreme limitations. :(

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    1. Presenting it in Flash has been a huge part of getting the game a decent audience, really ^.^; Sites like FA and e621 have gotten me a very sizable chunk of my players. There's a lot of problems with Flash, yes, but it's still one of the most universally supported platforms for a little game like mine, at least in terms of playing conveniently on any computer for any user of any tech level. If and when I get another game going, I do look forward to getting out of Flash, though xP

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    2. Well, granted, Flash has issues. I was just saying that I love the older languages/systems. ;) Yeah, Flash (and Java and Silverlight) may be going the way of Internet Explorer and Firefox, but it's still a strong audience. Have you tried KISS? It was cute but... not as powerful as Flash. http://kissclub.deviantart.com/journal/KiSS-Viewers-238220530 Not saying I'd use that but it's a funny little platform meant for creating dress-up dolls.

      Native programs are really great and much more customizable and efficient than Flash games, but are like a trap since it makes you compile multiple versions for every platform. Virtual machines like Flash/Java/z-machine/etc. are nice in that you write and debug the code once, and then run it on all the platforms that support the version of the language you used.

      Thanks - I'll be waiting! :)

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    3. Haha, I am familiar with KiSS purely because it was one of the old school avenues for porn games xP Now that's nostalgic. I never tried making anything in it, though. Definitely a more art-oriented medium. And yeah, I compile way too many versions of MVOL as it is without having to accommodate a bunch of different platform versions, too @_@;;

      ...And what's wrong with Firefox? xP

      ...Not that I actually use it directly, but Cyberfox is pretty nice...

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    4. Firefox had a major reversal when they started being a me-too competitor to Chrome. It's just not as popular anymore. :(

      Hmm, some interesting systems: nscripter kirikiri ren'py livemaker

      I was thinking more along the lines of a sequel or if you want to try a different medium. :)

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  15. I can't seem to download this game onto Windows. I downloaded it normally and it would give me the title screen but I can't press the play button at all.

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    1. That's strange! So it would go through loading and show the play button, but when you click, nothing happens? I just double checked it, it seems to be working alright for me on Windows. I'd say, first thing, try updating Flash: https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

      Flash tends to be super fussy if you're not updated and make all sorts of strange little problems, so that's the main reason I can think of that it could screw up in such an odd spot. If that doesn't work, maybe try getting the standalone Flash Projector here: https://fpdownload.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/updaters/21/flashplayer_21_sa.exe

      Let me know if that doesn't do the trick! Thanks for checking in!

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  16. Mobile version seems to not be there.

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  17. how do i download this on my computer? it doesnt woek each time i try..nor can i play here

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    1. If you click the main link, it should take you to a Mega page. Click "Download through your browser" and then wait a few seconds, and it should give you a file to save. If you can't make that work, you can either open the mirror link to play online or right click it and select save as to save the file to your computer. Sorry for the confusion, looks like my explanation text was a little old!

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    2. oh! its alright! thank u so much for explaining for me, um..well if it isnt a bother..are they any specific progames i need to download first ony then i can open the file? im sorry for distrubing

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    3. That can be a bit of a pain, but the best way I know of is to download the "projector" here: https://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/debug_downloads.html

      Scroll down to your operating system and download the file behind the "Download the Flash Player projector" link, and that should work smoothly for you. It used to be you could just open it in a browser no problem, but that's becoming less supported lately! ^.^;

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  18. i got the bad ending and i'm actually in tears

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  19. Hey Lithier, huge fan of the game. I feel like I have gotten everything but it says I'm still missing like 2 pictures which makes me think that there's something else but I can't seem to find out what it is. Are there any guides as to where I can see what I'm missing. If so, can I pretty please get a link.?

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  20. i'v play the game off and on for some time now, i highly enjoy it, however i find i keep doing the same thing over and over. i get her dom to 100. do you think that you'll add a fourth collar and have her be a dominatrix?

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  21. every time i click mirror it downloads a file

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  22. VerifyError: Error #1014: Class flash.events::OutputProgressEvent could not be found.

    i keep having this problem when i open it in a flash player

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  23. I can't play the game or download it. Whenever I try to it gives me a damaged file. Or when I try to play it on a site it refuses to load it and gives me a file to download. then I can't even use the file given to me.

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    1. I just tested the main download and the mirror, and they seem to work fine. It sounds like your copy of flash might be broken or need updating? Try googling Flash and downloading the latest version.

      If that doesn't work, you should always be able to run the game by downloading it and following the instructions here: http://mvolith.blogspot.com/p/blog-page.html#projector Hope that helps!

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