We’re back with the latest announcements from Sekai Project during their panels at Sakura-Con and Anime Boston! First up we have Studio Shimapan’s Mahou Arms. Mahou Arms is a hack-and-slash game where you lead three magical girls into battle against aliens, where they can transform, fight, and get their clothes ripped apart. There are also opportunities to build your relationships and even go on dates! The project is currently in early development but you can stay up-to-date by supporting their Patreon.
Welcome to Neko’s Shiritori coverage of Silicon Valley Comic Con 2017! After its huge debut in 2016, we returned once again to see SVCC’s sophomore performance! With how many people attended last year, SVCC adapted well in using the entire park space of San Jose north of the convention center, as well as using Glasshouse to showcase some new technology!
Just when we thought the San Jose Convention Center was at maximum capacity, SVCC found a way to accommodate everyone while still using their technology to keep lines in order. The wristband system that tracked every entry and exit was used again this year and we expect to see this each and every time thereafter.
This week marks the release of three visual novels on Steam; Hoshizora no Memoria -Wish upon a Shooting Star-, A Clockwork Ley-Line: The Borderline of Dusk, and SeaBed. All of these are available with a 10% discount for the first week until 4th January 2018.
Hoshizora no Memoria is a romantic visual novel from Favorite. After their mother passes away, Kogasaka You and Chinami move to live with their aunt back in Hibarigasaki where they once lived. Before he moved to the city, You made friends with a girl on an observatory lookout where he spent his time every day. The girl made him promise that they would get married once You returned to Hibarigasaki after finding out that he would be moving.
After returning, he joins the astronomy club at school, starts working at the local cafe and finds that the lookout has been fenced-off. There he discovers a scythe-wielding girl named Mare who looks strangely like his childhood friend. Who is she really, and will You find the girl he made the promise with?
Zetsuna’s back, this time with SeaBed! Thanks to Fruitbat Factory for their hard work localizing this title!
A one-off kinetic novel project from doujin circle Paleontology Soft, SeaBed is the tale of childhood friends turned lovers, Mizuno Sachiko and Takako, who have now been separated by some strange circumstance that neither can recall. Enter Narasaki Hibiki, the friendly neighborhood psychiatrist (and also another childhood friend of Sachiko’s) who takes it upon herself to bring some clarity to the situation. Together but also separately, all three go about their daily lives in the heyday of the late 1980s as they inch closer to finding out just what happened.
Shiisanmei’s fantasy RPG, Lionheart, has been released on Steam by Fruitbat Factory! Lionheart tells the travels of Leon Lionheart and his party as they explore the magical labyrinth ‘Libra Corridor’ and meet new allies. His father was once also an adventurer, who travelled alongside the former mercenary Orsin. With the nun Emma and Justicar Maria Sinkirk who later joins their party, what will they find in the dungeon?
Zetsuna’s back, this time with Neko Navy! Development was done by DeathMofuMofu and crew, and Fruitbat Factory took care of the English release.
It’s a band of flying cats versus “soothing enemies,” ranging from planes to pills to sausage ropes and all sorts of things to shoot and blow up. There’s three difficulty levels – Easy, Hard, and DEATH – so pick the one suited to your bullet hell game ability and proceed to let the fur fly.
DeathMofuMofu’s bullet hell game, Neko Navy, has been released on Steam thanks to Fruitbat Factory! You can play as six different cats (of which three are unlockable), defeating various bombers in this horizontal-scrolling shooter. With easy controls and three difficulties (Easy, Hard, Death), it’s easy for anyone to pick up and play!