It says the engine is optimized for publishing on Browsers (Html5), Android, iOS and Windows. Particularly impressive is its ability to port Kirikiri engine games onto smartphone (and browser?). So this is very useful for eroge companies. The Kirikiri is significant, because if you visit the TLWiki script size page, you’ll see it occupies around half of all the visual novels recorded in that list.
The engine is still in development, the game that is packed in with the demo is Maid Tantei Dille & Elle, released in May this year. It’s also available on DLSite.
While this development doesn’t really affect fan translation or fan creations, it’s interesting to see the ideas for a multi-platform visual novel engine, simultaneously appearing all over the net.