(18+)The Witch’s Love Diary is out on Denpasoft, JAST USA, Steam

Friday, July 26th, 2019

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Denpasoft’s release of The Witch’s Love Diary is out now on Denpasoft, JAST USA and Steam. The Steam release is all ages, but there is a free patch over on Denpasoft.. This is Qoobrand’s very first title. The story follows Alice as she falls in love for the first time in this dainty and seductive visual novel.

Here is some information about the story of The Witch’s Love Diary straight from Denpasoft.

On the edge of the Rose Village shopping district there stands an old, worn-down barbershop, and in the barbershop there lives a girl named Alice. Alice goes to school with her friends at Hekihou Academy, where she’s a member of the photography club. She lives alone except for her pet dog Qoo, and she holds down a part-time job as a waitress at Dragon Burger. Her life is busy and content, but sometimes she feels like there’s something she’s forgetting, something she’s left undone. Maybe even something important.

One day, Alice and her friends visit the clock tower. There, an unusual book falls into Alice’s lap: the diary of a mysterious young man. And that’s where their story begins…

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