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Source Google News title 5 things to know about the Fireball Database for visual novel games article Google, TX (US): June 19, 2018, 12:07:51 AM, Updated June 19:20:51 GMT.
A new database, Fireball, for Visual novels has been launched by Google.
In the FireBall Database, players can access visual novels created and published by other publishers.
It is an enhanced version of the Firepedia database, which has been available for over ten years.
The Fireball database contains a wealth of information on the publishers of visual novels, including a wide range of metadata, including author, date published, rating, release date, and more.
In addition, Fireballs can be searched for keywords in the same genre as the visual novel.
Fireball also contains a range of user statistics and a ranking for visual novels by genre.
The database is compatible with Google Play, Google Reader, and other reading apps, so users can easily browse through visual novels.
Users can view information on publisher and version information, reviews, and ratings.
FireBall is also open source, meaning anyone can add to and improve it.
This database will be made available to all users in the coming weeks, so developers and fans of visual novel genres can use it for free.