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!
A playable demo for Fruitbat Factory’s Chuusotsu – 1st Graduation: Time After Time is now available! The final stretch goals of the Kickstarter campaign (we’ve previously written about it here) have also been revealed as a new opening movie, limited physical artbook and an all-new side-story from Studio Beast; Chuusotsu – 1.5th Graduation: The Moving Castle! Expected to be 1-2 hours in length, it introduces a new character and will be included with pledges over $15 if met. Funding for this will start after the new CG stretch goals have been met.
Life a Little’s slice-of-life romance visual novel, A Butterfly in the District of Dreams (originally titled Dare ka ga Koi Shita Hankagai, or Darekoi for short), has been released by Sekai Project! First released in Japan in 2013, Darekoi is set in a town named Olive Village, which happens to be paradoxically old-fashioned and refreshingly new. Further confounding regular perception, time seems to not pass at all beyond the course of a regular day. Thus our protagonist, Yumesaki Haruki, strays from the university path and partakes of the story of Olive Village and its residents.
We had the wonderful opportunity to interview voice actor Daisuke Sakaguchi at Fanime 2016!
First we like to ask about your roots: what inspired you to do voice acting?
I really wanted to participate in Gundam.
What are some modern work trends you like? Any older methods you miss?
More opportunities, being able to come to the United States. Nowadays there’s singing, doing radio, etc.
Fruitbat Factory have launched a Kickstarter to localise Studio Beast’s (creators of J.Q.V Jinrui Kyuusai-bu ~With Love from Isotope~) all-ages visual novel, Chuusotsu – 1st Graduation: Time After Time. Originally released in Japan in August 2016, Chuusotsu – 1st Graduation is the first chapter of the Chuusotsu series but can be played as a standalone game.
CONTENT WARNING: This visual novel contains blood splatter and descriptions of suicide/murder.
Zetsuna’s back, this time with Miniature Garden! Development was from Muzintou and released in Japanese back in 2015 (under the original title of 箱庭の学園 or Hakoniwa no Gakuen) and Fruitbat Factory picked the title up for localization.