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Tamaya Kagiya’s team returns to Kickstarter to fund I Am Succubus!, a gender bending comedy visual novel like no other. The developer asks for $10,000 to fund the project, and with 21 days remaining they have $2,331 to go. However, they’re going to need all the money they can get for some lucrative stretch goals that include routes, animated h-scenes, and voice acting. Furthermore, it only costs $12 to secure a copy of the game by the intended release date of August 2021. A demo is also available for those curious about the game and its general direction. Tamaya Kagiya is no stranger to Kickstarter as they previously worked on Peace of Evil and Kachuna.

What’s the story for I Am Succubus?

Our unfortunate protagonist Saeko, has one big problem in his life: He has very feminine features. Because of this, no one ever takes him seriously. His sister, best friend, and club members, all of them treat him as if he is a girl, constantly teasing him.

One night, Saeko is visited by a strange girl in his dreams claiming to be his lover.  When he rejects her sexual advances, the girl gets enraged and uses a strange crystal on him. This causes Saeko to feel weak, and at same time, hot and bothered to the point of losing his ability to think straight.

Once he comes back to his senses, he notices that his body is different. The single defining feature that helped distinguish himself as a male is missing. Instead, now he has some new… “assets” in it’s place. In shock, he trips over and falls in front of his mirror and witnesses his new form:

A succubus!

This writer believes the game has potential and with your help it could be something great. Don’t take my word for it, play the demo. The release window might be a turn off for some, but it’s realistic. I’d give Tamaya Kagiya a chance. Please check them out and for any questions the Discord is always open.

Diego Hernandez
Diego is an incredibly passionate visual novel enthusiast from an island within the Caribbean. He intends on working alongside Operation Rainfall to inform the masses about the vast library of breathtaking visual literature. As well as spreading awareness of the amazingly talented individuals hard at work on said breathtaking projects.