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MangaGamer Reveals Release Date For Fashioning Little Miss Lonesome Game, Release of Supipara Chapter 2

posted on 2017-08-12 02:15 EDT
Company to release A Kiss for the Petals ~Maidens of Michael~ sequel yuri game on Steam

MangaGamer announced at its panel at Otakon on Friday that it will release Kalmia8's Fashioning Little Miss Lonesome (Bocchi Musume x Produce Keikaku) visual novel on Steam on September 8. MangaGamer is also releasing an adult version of the game on its website.

Additionally, the company announced that the second chapter of minori's (ef: a tale of melodies, ef: a tale of memories, eden*) Supipara game is now funded, with a release "soon." The company is crowdfunding the release of the six-chapter game. MangaGamer already released the first chapter of the all-ages game on Steam and on its website.

MangaGamer also announced it will release Yurin Yurin's A Kiss for the Petals ~Maidens of Michael~ yuri game both on MangaGamer (as an adult release) and on Steam (as an all-ages release). The company previously released the developer's A Kiss for the Petals: Remembering How We Met and A Kiss for the Petals: The New Generation yuri games.

MangaGamer's staff had said at Anime Expo last month that the company is working to release more titles on Steam as all-ages titles with separate free adult-only patches. The Steam version of the games and the version offered on MangaGamer's website will be priced the same.

MangaGamer also announced it has licensed the following adult titles, and will release the games on its website:

  • Alicesoft's Sengoku Rance
  • Alicesoft's Rance Quest Magnum
  • Lunasoft's The Spirit Master of Retarnia ~Conqueror of the Labyrinth~
  • pa-rade's Room No. 9

The company has previously released five other Rance games. MangaGamer also previously released pa-rade's No, Thank You!!! yaoi game.

MangaGamer also announced it will release several English-original titles, including Tamaya Kagiya's His Chuunibyou Can't be Cured!, Tsukiware's Tower of Five Hearts, Lupiesoft's The Stargazers: Remastered, and Lupiesoft's Dizzy Hearts.


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