Sekai Project Adds Tobari & the Night of the Curious Moon Game
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Video game and visual novel localization company Sekai Project announced at its FanimeCon panel on Friday that it has licensed the Tobari and the Night of the Curious Moon (Fushigi na Tsuki no Yoru no Tobari), Resette's Prescription ~Book of memory, Swaying steelyard~ (Resette no Shohōsen ~Kioku no Hon to Yureru Tenbin~), Sacrament no Jūnikyū Midareru Kohitsuji to Tenazuku Ōkami (tentative English title: Sacrament Sheep), and Memory's Dogma games.
Sekai Project describes the Tobari and the Night of the Curious Moon game:
Tobari is a light-hearted but cute puzzle platformer with an unforgiving difficulty curve by developer Desunoya. The game puts the players into the role of Tobari, trying to find the reasons behind the curious midday moon and what her best friend, Hina, had to do with it. With 50 or so unique stages Tobari is sure to be a crowd pleaser for those who love challenging games.
The company debuted an English-subtitled promotional video for the game at the event:
LizArts held a successful crowdfunding campaign in 2013 for the 2D puzzle game Resette's Prescription. Wataru Takahashi directed the project and provided the original plan, script, and music. Takahashi also composed and arranged the opening theme song. Kuno Torase supervised the opening anime and provided the original character designs as well as the anime and graphic designs.
Sekai Project unveiled an English-subtitled opening video at the convention. The video features the foolen's opening theme song "Memorium ~I seek your face~."
The story of Desunoya's Sacrament Sheep adult visual novel focuses on the sheepish girl Hitsuji and the wolf-like girl Arissa. Hitsuji transfers to a "wealthy princess school" and suddenly kisses Arissa. The pair fall in love for the first time. The game (NSFW) launched for Windows PC and Android devices in Japan last August. Fenrirvier provided the scenario, and Agekichi provided the original art.
Sekai Project premiered an English-subtitled promotional video at Fanime. The video can only be watched on YouTube.
Sekai Project unveiled the logo for the Memory's Dogma science-fiction visual novel at the convention. Since the game is still in development at LizArts, Sekai Project could not provide more information yet, but will do so as soon as they become available.
Update: Added Sekai Project's English-subtitled videos.
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