Frontwing has released “Subarashiki Hibi ~Furenzoku Sonzai~”, aka “Wonderful Everyday” today on Steam. The first Chapter “Down the Rabbit-Hole”, is available now on Steam with a regular price of $29.99 USD. For the first week, there is a 20% discount on the game. The rest of the game can be downloaded in a free 18+ patch hosted by JASTUSA. All of the CG images have been increased to 1280 x 960 resolution and all of the mosaic censorship has been removed. There has been one CG removed from the game entirely that depicted bestiality, but no lines of text were altered during this process.

You find out more information about the game over on the Steam Page, or if you need information about the 18+ patch you can find that here.

Visual Novel “Wonderful Everyday” Released On Steam by Publisher Frontwing

Tokyo, Japan – July 17, 2017 Tokyo-based visual novel developer and publisher Frontwing has released visual novel “Wonderful Everyday ~Diskontinuierliches Dasein~” on Steam.

“Wonderful Everyday ~Diskontinuierliches Dasein~” is the English localization of developer KeroQ’s title “Subarashiki Hibi ~Furenzoku Sonzai~”, commonly abbreviated to simply “Subahibi”. “Wonderful Everyday” is an adult-oriented visual novel, produced and written by SCA-DI, which features dark themes and heavy philosophical explorations. The story follows the lives of Yuki Minakami, Zakuro Takashima, Takuji Mamiya, and others, during the weeks leading up to a significant event in their lives. The English release of “Wonderful Everyday” is hotly anticipated, and the original Japanese “Subarashiki Hibi” won the “Best Story” prize at the 2010 Moe Game Awards, and consistently ranks among the top titles on visual novel databases and ranking sites.

The first chapter of “Wonderful Everyday”, “Down the Rabbit-Hole”, is available now on Steam in late August with a regular price of $29.99 USD. For the first week, there is a 20% discount on the game. The Steam store page for the game can be accessed from the following URL:

The remaining content of the game is available at no cost in the form of a free adult content patch, which expands the Steam release to the full version of the game. The resolution of the game has been increased from its original release to 1280 x 960; additionally, the game will feature no mosaic censorship, and assets have been redrawn to accommodate this change. All details regarding the adult patch can be found at the following URL:

Frontwing ran a successful Kickstarter campaign for “Wonderful Everyday” with the purpose of making physical copies and a wide array of related goods for the game available to fans overseas. The campaign surpassed its initial goal of $80,000 to reach a final total of $105,928, and a $90,000 stretch goal was funded to create an English translation of an official “Wonderful Everyday” spinoff manga. Frontwing hopes to fund a further $120,000 stretch goal, allowing for the translation of the “Wonderful Everyday” artbook, through addons and preorder sales on BackerKit. Most rewards from the campaign are currently available through public BackerKit preorders, which can be accessed at the following URL:

This release marks Frontwing’s first collaboration with KeroQ for overseas audiences, and further collaboration is currently being considered for potential future projects.

About Frontwing Frontwing is a developer of Japanese visual novels. Since the company’s founding in 1999 as a bishojo games developer and the release of Frontwing’s first title, “Canary’ (Canaria: Kono Omoi o Uta ni Nosete) in August 2000, we have published a number of titles in the visual novel genre. From school life love stories to hardcore adult games, as well as titles which utilize 3D computer graphics, our creations cover a diverse range of genres. Our products, as well as the characters they feature, have come to represent the world of bishojo games. Frontwing marked its first venture into the overseas market May 29, 2015, with the English release of ‘The Fruit of Grisaia’ on Steam. Since then, we have self-published the Grisaia: Phantom Trigger and Corona Blossom series, as well as three ‘Grisaia’ series side stories. Further localized titles are in the works, including simultaneous English releases of new upcoming Frontwing games.

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