We’ve got something a little special to share with everyone today: some background on how No, Thank You!!! was developed and a bit of insight into its creators. This is a translated excerpt of the Q&A section of No, Thank You!!! Setting Sourcebook. This post contains some spoilers about the plot of the game, so if you haven’t finished at least one route yet, you might want to refrain from reading zontil you do.
Any answers not specifically attributed to a staff member are from Amemiya, the game’s director. Hamashima, the game’s artist, is referred to by her BL penname, Sanpei here.
No Thank You!!! is the first visual I had the pleasure of testing for MangaGamer, and when I first received the offer, I could honestly say I was a bit daunted. Not only was the game lengthy, it was obviously so far out of my genre it wasn’t even funny, considering the subject matter. Despite that, I was happy to dive in and get the full experience that it could offer. Continue reading
So I just finished beta testing No, Thank You!, the first game by developer Parade and the first yaoi game to be released in the already diverse selection of games in MangaGamer so here are my thoughts: Continue reading
No, Thank You!!! was my first beta test for Manga Gamer and you cannot imagine how happy I am that it was. Continue reading
No Thank You!!! is now live and available for download! We hope you all enjoy our very first BL game!
If you’re using Twitter to discuss the game, the developers have a spoiler account set up for easy filtering on all clients––just start your tweets with @pa_bare and only people following the spoiler account will be able to see those tweets. Continue reading
Hi, Good Haro here to talk about No, Thank You!!! today. Continue reading
No, Thank you!!! has some interesting system features, so today we’ll be introducing some of the more unique game mechanics. Continue reading
Today we’ll be introducing the last two of No, Thank You!!!‘s four pursuable leads: Maki and Kouichi Inui. Continue reading
Today we’ll be introducing two of No, Thank You!!!‘s four pursuable leads: Hiroyuki Akiyama and Ryu Kurosawa. Continue reading
No, Thank You!!! follows the exploits of a mysterious young man after he saves the life of the kindly middle-aged man and starts working at the man’s jazz bar. He soon discovers that there’s more to this cozy little jazz bar than meets the eye. As our amnesiac protagonist delves deeper into both the back-alley dealings of the bar and his attractive male coworkers, we do begin to wonder if the bar is the only thing with a hidden side to it… Continue reading