Frontwing’s “Labyrinth of Grisaia” and Puzzle/Visual Novel “Purino Party” launch on Steam!
Tokyo, Japan – June 23, 2016
“Purino Party,” visual developer Frontwing’s newest game, is launching on Steam today. The game will be 20% off at launch, of its retail price of $11.99.
Steam achievements and trading cards will be available upon release.
Steam page description:
“Purino Party takes one part puzzle game, and one part visual novel – romancing cute girls included – and combines them for a laid-back yet addictive experience!”
Store page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/483960/
An adult patch is available for free on the download page of the game’s official website: http://en.frontwing.jp/games/purino-party/
Scenario writer Kazuya, of “The Fruit of Grisaia” and “Hatsuru Koto Naki Mirai Yori” (Hatsumira, or From the Future Undying) fame makes his debut as a producer this time round. The game features an all-new stories, written by the same team as “Pure Girl” and “Innocent Girl,” and translated by the Frontwing in-house translation team behind “The Leisure of Grisaia.” The bonus episode was released on Steam earlier this year.
The original voice cast are reprising their roles from “Pure Girl” and “Innocent Girl,” from which the characters are drawn. These games have not yet seen an international release.
“The Labyrinth of Grisaia” is also available on Steam from June 23 at 20% off the retail price ($31.99). It is the second installment of the Grisaia trilogy. The first in the series, “The Fruit of Grisaia,” was released on May 30, 2015.
Store page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/345620/
A developer of visual novels since April 1999. Starting with the release of our (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 high school romances to hardcore adult material, as well as titles which utilize 3D computer graphics, our games cater to a diverse range of interests.
Our products and the characters they feature have come to represent the world of bishojo games.
Our most well-known game series is the Grisaia trilogy, which received an anime adaptation in 2014. Its first installment, “The Fruit of Grisaia,” is widely acclaimed and available on Steam, and the other two games in the series are still undergoing localization into English, with “The Labyrinth of Grisaia” being scheduled to release next week.
We are also planning a joint crowdfunding project with AKABEi SOFT2 to localize “Sharin no Kuni, Himawari no Shojo” (“Wheel Country, Sunflower Girl), and are currently running an Indiegogo campaign for one of our other new games, “Corona Blossom.”