Nutaku Launches Himeko Maid, By The Devs of My Neighbor is a Yandere!?

Marital Maid

Recently, Nutaku.net launched a new title, Himeko Maid, which is by the developers of one of their most popular titles, My Neighbor is a Yandere!?

Himeko Maid is a Visual Novel Adventure Dating Simulator, with its plot focusing on a contest where the player will have to decide between two girls, the first being Harumi, a friendly, cheerful, and energetic Maid who may be clumsy but makes it up with her determination and willingness to do anything her Master desires in order to win the Himeko Maid contest. And by anything, the description stresses that she is wants to be the best at Night Service Training, which is good news for the player at least.

The other maid is Saeko, the complete opposite of Harumi. Where Harumi is fun and outgoing, Saeko is serious, polite, and mysterious. She's good at everything but not good at showing her emotions due to a lacking childhood, but she's willing to go against the odds and win the Himeko Maid Contest and become a master of the Night Service Training.

Himeko Maid includes four unique girls to romance, two unique routes for each maid, more than eight fully uncensored and interactive Yuri Hentai scenes, three different endings for each route, a relationship meter for each maid, Visual Novel style interactions, partial Japanese voice acting (three guesses for where this voice acting is and the first two don't count), and no DRM, which is nice.

Himeko Maid is available for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android for $4.49 at 10% off until March 6, so you can take your girls on the go and forever scar the public with your... doubtlessly very interesting and complex choice of girl. At least if you are torn between choosing said girl you can solicit the public in helping you choose, which includes describing each girl and what they do in endless detail, which everyone will appreciate.

What do you think of Himeko Maid? Are you Team Saeko or Team Harumi? Let us know in the comments!

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Patrick Perrault

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