Hapymaher –– Now Available for Pre-Order!

Hapymaher is now available for pre-order on MangaGamer.com! On sale July 12th!

“This is the story of a sweet, happy nightmare.”

Lucid dreams. Dreams where you know that you’re dreaming.

Starting after a certain accident, Tohru Naitou began to have nothing but lucid dreams. Sleep normally exists in order to rest peacefully. But he can no longer rest whether he’s asleep or awake. He can only rest when he collapses from utter exhaustion.

He has a childhood friend who supports him and calls him ‘Nii-san,’ Saki, a sempai from his science club who is amused by his awkward way of living, Yayoi, and an underclassman who sings in front of the station, Keiko, who calls him a weird sempai.

And tonight, Tohru dreams again. But this dream is different from those that came before.

Features

  • Developer: Purple Software
  • Platform: Windows 7, 8, 10
  • Language: English text, Japanese audio
  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Content: Adult only!
  • Resolution: 1280×720
  • Completely uncut and uncensored!


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5 Comments

  1. At last, it’s coming! Was waiting for this for years. It’s been quite a while since I was really hyped for a new VN release, but I’m really looking forward to this one. Will definitely preorder this one.:-)

    Btw, Hapymaher -Fragmentation Dream- when?!

  2. I’ll be comparing ChronoClock to this, I pretty much want to see if the game engine issues I’m having are because of Purple software or Sekai project.

    • If you are having issues with games, then its fault of your PC, its definitely not fault of some random game publisher, LOL

      If you have old PC, then buy better one. Also try playing on older Windows versions (compatibilty mode, etc.)

      • Not really, if compatibility for newer Windows versions isn’t ensured.
        Porting a game to Windows 10 could very well conflict with compatibility.
        It is unreasonable to expect a game from the 90’s to be ported to those systems, but current games or even late into Windows 7 definitely should be compatible with newer versions, let alone Linux.

        Sucking a publisher’s D doesn’t remove said publisher’s responsibility from the products, he localizes.

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