In case you missed out on backing the Koropokkur Kickstarter, or weren’t able to back any of the tiers for the non-Kickstarter exclusive goods – namely the bedsheet, hug pillow cover, keychains, wallscroll, and t-shirts, then worry not! These items are now available on our website in limited quantities, so don’t your chance before they are gone forever!
Parade’s No, Thank You!!! is now available on Steam! You can pick it up during launch week for 30% off!
Please note that the version of No, Thank You!!! on Steam is identical to the version available currently available on our website!
At long last, Chuablesoft’s If You Love Me, Then Say So! is now available for pre-order! On sale December 13th!
Koropokkur in Love, our very first project as a developer, is now on sale! Grab it on MangaGamer.com or later today on Steam! Continue reading
Hi folks, FTB here on behalf of Sisterly Bliss: Don’t Let Mom Find Out. As you can no doubt guess from the title, this is a game about a pair of sisters (twins, no less) who love each other a great deal, and with great enthusiasm. Ichika, the levelheaded older sister, and Futaba, the spirited younger sister, may not have a lot in common, but that’s exactly what makes them such a perfect match. All their lives, they’ve made up for what each other lacks, helped one another, and grown together into a pair of mature young ladies just starting to explore their sexuality.
Hey everybody! Ryechu here. I hope everybody has been well! Today, I get to share with all of you my love for Ammolite titles! I had the honor of working with TBAC (one of my best friends in the localization industry who I have worked before with on projects outside of MangaGamer—and no, you cannot have him) on Sweet Switch! This is actually my first official localization, but this is my third editing project with MangaGamer! Continue reading
Hello and welcome to my Tester’s Corner for Hapymaher!
Just reading the synopsis for Hapymaher when it was announced, I was anxious to learn more – and nervous about a story with dreams being a core part of the story. Stories that have dreams as a setting are, for me, like time travel. It is so easy to screw up, so hard to do right. Hapymaher for the most part does it right. It is perhaps the most fun I’ve had in going through a story, developing my own theories and seeing just how right or wrong I was, in a long time. Continue reading