Hapymaher Tester’s Corner #1

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

Hapymaher Character Introduction – Keiko

Daughter of a city councilman and niece to the headmaster of Suikyou Academy, Keiko Hirasaka has it made in terms of connections to the world of the rich and powerful. As a child born into the highest social circle in the city of Suikyou, even beyond that of the Hasuno family, one might think that Keiko would be a preeminent prodigy among her peers and the center of attention at Suikyou Academy. Continue reading

Hapymaher Character Introduction – Yayoi

President of the science club, buxom blonde of the senior class, and the focus of all the male gazes in the school, Yayoi Bernard Lutwidge is the undisputed Queen of Suikyou Academy… At least that’s what she could be if she showed a little more of her true self when in public. Instead, she’s the perfect, caring sempai, the soft spoken, half-British angel of the senior class, and the only person, other than Saki, that seems to be able to stand being around Tohru Naito. Continue reading

Introduction to Hapymaher

Long time no see! Tuna Salad here, editor for Hapymaher. Though it’s been a long (almost) two years, Hapymaher is finally done and only a few days away from release!

For those of you who recognize my name, thanks for sticking with MangaGamer all these years! Hapymaher marks the first time I get to write about a game I worked on in such an open format, and while I have been working with MangaGamer for a very long time now, I’ve mostly kept to the shadows.

But enough about me, let’s talk dreams!

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