(18+) Trinoline Releases on MangaGamer and Steam

Thursday, April 18th, 2019

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MangaGamer has released Trinoline on both Steam and MangaGamer.com. This tale comes to us from Minori the creators of eden*, Supipara, and ef – a fairy tale of the two.¬†The story is about android that is faced with mortality of a mankind. Knowing Minori’s other work you can expect your feels to be completely destroyed by the end of this one.

Trinoline
One hot, midsummer’s day, Shun Nanami’s sister, Shirone Nanami, drowned at sea. It’s a memory he will never forget; one that will forever be etched into his heart. He vows to live in her stead from then on and to make up for the life she never got to have.
Time passes and Shun currently spends his days attending school like any other student. Yet another sultry summer bears down upon him, reminding him of the sibling he had lost all those years ago…
¬†However, that summer was different. Shun hears a piano’s melody far off in the distance–a tune Shirone always adored. He follows the sound to its source, only to find… his sister, Shirone.
“Please take care of me from now on, Onii-chan.”
The being that stood before him was not of his own flesh and blood, but an android who looked exactly like her. Her name was…
“TRINO.”
Trinoline, available now on MangaGamer and Steam! The game will set you back $29.74, and this includes a limited time discount of 15%. The Steam versions is all ages, but you can download a free 18+ patch from MangaGamer if you want to add the 18+ content to that version.

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