LiEat (a portmanteau of "lie" and "eat") is a short freeware RPG by △○□× (Miwashiba) made in WOLF RPG Editor. It's the first game of a three-part series.

A con artist calling himself Leo travels with an unusual girl named Efina.
They arrive in Vermilion Town, and learn of the vampire legend told there.
Leo doubts there's much of value in the town, but if the legend is true...

This is a short story about an hour long at most. There are some battles, but they're not particularly difficult.

(Content Severity: Mild)

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Offscreen murder and death.
Very mild body horror.

LiEat | LiEat II | LiEat III

Download LiEat: The Lie-Eating Dragon and the Vermilion Vampire 1.06 | (Mirror)

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The combined LiEat series is now available on Steam and Nintendo Switch.
The games will remain free here, but you can show Miwashiba your support by purchasing it.

Supported Platforms

The game's engine is made for Windows only, with no native support for other platforms. To play on Mac, you can try a general-purpose tool like WineBottler.


Make sure to extract the game to its own folder instead of running directly from the ZIP file. If you don't do so, any saves made will be lost the next time you run the game.

If dialogue doesn't show up or uses the wrong font (which may cause cutoff text), download and install MS Gothic.


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A straightforward walkthrough. Click or highlight the black boxes to show spoiler text. It also explains where to get equipment.



Equipment for Leo and Efina is hidden in a few places around town.
You can get any of these basically anytime.

Serrated Knife and Small Macaron, found in the cupboards in the house rented to Leo and Efina.

Big Liar and Dragon Aura, found in the cupboards in the house the informant (Carol) is in.

Overpowered Weapons:
Legendary Knife and Legendary Cake, found in the broken streetlight to the right of Rachel and Keith's house.

Day 1

In town, enter the house above the one with white boxes outside and talk to the informant inside.

Talk to the guy outside the house in the northeast.

Return to the informant and fight the Little Lie she tells.

Go to the bottom-left house and talk to the woman.
Go to the library and talk to Levin, the cat.

Go to the Rigfire house and talk to Keith.
Eat the one which is a lie: he finished making dinner. Then talk to him again.

Go into the left room and talk to Rachel. Eat the lie she tells.

Return to Leo and Efina's lodging (with the white crates outside) and talk to Leo.

Night 1

Talk to the informant.

Return to Leo and Efina's place and sleep in the right bed.

Go into the back alley between the houses in the northwest.

Go talk to Rosalie.

Return to Leo and Efina's place.

Day 2

After going outside, go talk to Rosalie.

Go talk to Keith. Then go try to talk to Rachel.

Go to the back alley and talk to Neil, then leave.

As Efina, go to the library and check the book on the table.

Go talk to Rachel.

Go to the house right of Leo and Efina's and talk to Neil.

Night 2

Go talk to Keith.
Eat the lies: the wolf's not scary, and he didn't go outside.
Then talk to Keith again.

Try to leave. Read the book outside Keith's room.
Go inside his room and read the dark book on the table.

Check the door to Rachel's room.
Eat the three lies that appear, then avoid the bigger one.

Go to the kitchen and through the door in the back. Check the bookshelf.

Avoid the big lies that move on their own. Go to Leo and Efina's place to rest if you want, then make your way to the back alley in the northwest.


Bad Ending 1: Go to the back alley right after talking to Carol on the first night.

Bad Ending 2: Lose the final battle.

Good Ending: Win the final battle.


All the music in this game is original compositions. You can download the songs from the official Japanese site.

Do not reupload them elsewhere without Miwashiba's permission.

Extra Links

The novel is a new story set before the game trilogy, but it may spoil some elements of the games.

LiEat (Novel)

Hey mister, tell a lie for me!