By Operation Rainfall Contributor / May 20th, 2016
Sekai Project has announced two new titles at this year’s Anime Central during a live panel.
The first title is from developer Chloro titled 2236 A.D. The setting is in a world where telepathy is real. The story follows a boy name Yosuba who notices a girl who doesn’t use the telepathy ability.
Sekai Project sends this about the premise-via press release:
One day, in the yard of his home, Yotsuba finds a Phillips-head screwdriver. He soon discovers that the misplaced screwdriver came from a nearby abandoned manor and proceeds to investigate.
Why does this girl not utilize her telepathic abilities? What will Yotsuba find inside the mysterious abandoned manor? The answers to these questions await player discovery in 2236 A.D.
NOTE: An all-ages version and adult version of 2236 A.D will be scheduled for release on Steam and Denpasoft respectively.
The next title revealed is from developer Broken Desk with their game, Magical×Spiral.
Medianne Phirtia, a student residing in Midgard, has long-held admirations for ‘Celestria’ — it’s a place spoken of in fairy tales where magic users dwell. During her study breaks, Medianne would often indulge her curiosity by reading books about such tales…until finally, she was able to confirm the existence of Celestria thanks to her adept research. The mysterious ‘Tower of Phantasm’ that lies in the very center of the world: that is the entrance to Celestria!
In MAGICAL×SPIRAL players will climb perilous tower floors, battle waves of increasingly difficult monsters, and upgrade their magical abilities to summon spirit allies to come to their aid in this unusual magic-based action game!
Additionally, the company has revealed that they will have will have a few special guests at this year’s Anime Expo, including the leading artist on Nekopara Sayori, from CreSpirit (Rabi-Ribi) Saiste, and from Alice in Dissonance the creator of the Fault series Hare Konatsu.
Oprainfall will be attending Anime Expo this year so we will be sure to update you on any further developments.