(18+) Denpasoft Releasing Tropical Liquor Soon Featuring Art by Sayori

Tuesday, March 6th, 2018

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Today Denpasoft has announced that they will be releasing Tentacle Games Tropical Liquor very soon. This game features art from famed Nekopara artist Sayori, and is a mix of visual novel elements and memorizing puzzle gameplay. The game is set to release on March 9th, and there looks to be plenty of drinks and hot naked gals here!

Here is a bit about the story from Denpasoft:

Welcome to Tropical Island.

“But onii-chan, you’re just some part-time bum, aren’t you? On top of that, your age equals the years you’ve never had a girlfriend, right?”

The player (that’s you!) is a part-timer who lives an uneventful, boring life. One day, you win the prize draw at the shopping district. The prize: a trip to an island in the south — you decide to take a 30-day vacation.

“I… want to make this a nice vacation…! I want to change myself in this trip!”

You decide to grow out of your dull, boring life and get a girlfriend.

“To get a girlfriend, you have to first get close with a girl! If you don’t create a bond with one, then nothing will ever happen!”

On your vacation, you meet all sorts of girls, each of whom has something troubling them. You can talk with them, share a drink with them, and go on a date with them.

“Let’s make this a nice vacation.”

In this vacation, will you finally come out of your shell, and manage to make a girlfriend?

 

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