12 Days of Visual Novels: Sweet Sweat in Summer

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Hi there, Cafe here. Let’s take a look back at Sweet Sweat in Summer, which was appropriately released during July of this year. It’s a little colder now, but maybe Sweet Sweat might be able to help you warm up a bit?

For those who might’ve missed it, Sweet Sweat in Summer focuses on Kouhei, visiting his hometown for the first time since he lost his memories of it as a kid. It’s there that he finds that the town itself is empty save for one mischievous girl named Karin. Through sweat, tears, and other bodily fluids, you’ll piece together your memories and the mystery surrounding the town and Karin.

This is a very “light” title. I was able to complete the translation for it in less than a month because the writing was very succinct and focused more on dialogue rather than narration. Which was great, because it fit the game and really brought Karin’s role to life (who is voiced by Serizono Miya, known particularly for her role as Rinrin in Koihime Musou). This also gives the art a chance to shine, and I really feel like this title has high-quality art despite the low cost of entry.

Sweet Sweat in Summer was somewhat lost in the crowd during the summer, what with it being con season and all. It’s not a particularly long game, but it’s very much worth the price of admission. By supporting this title you’re showing that there is an interest in these types of games (particularly ones with younger-looking heroines), and it means that we can potentially work on bringing similar titles over in the future.

So if this all sounds good, be sure to check out the game on our site.

What did you think about Sweet Sweat in Summer? Let us know in the comments or using the hashtag #12daysofVNs! Check back tomorrow for our next installment of the 12 Days of Visual Novels! (And don’t forget about our winter sale either!)

12 Days of Visual Novels Campaign


Pick up Sweet Sweat in Summer or any of our other major 2015 releases and earn triple MangaGamer points! 1 MG point = $0.01 that you can use to apply to future purchases (you can even pay for entire games in points!).

eden

eden* PLUS+MOSAIC
124pt –> 372pt!

Includes complimentary all-ages ver. Steam key

Official Site

evangile

Princess Evangile (Adult Ver.)
224pt –> 672pt!

Includes complimentary all-ages ver. Steam key

Official Site

higuHigurashi Ch. 1: Onikakushi
29pt –> 87pt!
Higurashi Ch. 2: Watanagashi
74pt –> 117pt!

Includes complimentary Steam key

frfr

Free Friends
124pt –> 372pt!

mikan

Sweet Sweat in Summer
74pt –> 222pt!

sonohana

A Kiss For The Petals: Remembering How We Met
39pt –> 117pt!

Includes complimentary Steam key

Official Site

ggn2015

Go! Go! Nippon! 2015
39pt –> 117pt!

Includes complimentary Steam key

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Go! Go! Nippon! 2015 Bundle
74pt –> 222pt!

Includes complimentary Steam key

euphoria

euphoria
224pt –> 672pt!

Official Site

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3 Comments

  1. Mikan was okay for what it was, but I hope
    >By supporting this title you’re showing that there is an interest in these types of games (particularly ones with younger-looking heroines), and it means that we can potentially work on bringing similar titles over in the future.
    ends up holding true and we might oneday see a full-featured lolige.

  2. Give me a hard copy and you have a sale.

  3. Can’t buy it now for financials reasons but I will buy it eventually. I already have it bookmarked.

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