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The latest release on Nutaku’s Adult Store platform will take players to the magical world of a magical academy in Highschool Romance Magi Trials. Developed by Dharker Studio, Highschool Romance: Magi Trials has you take on the role of Shaun as he goes to the Royal Academy of Magi for trials to get admitted when a dark ritual goes wrong, transforming Shaun into a teenage girl. With no time to spare, Shaun has to pass as Sophie and conceal his secret identity.

Highschool Romance: Magi Trials plays as a visual novel with a lot of choices, multiple endings and various routes in the game. Unlike most titles distributed on Nutaku.net, Highschool Romance Magi Trials doesn’t have any nudity in it, although there are plenty of fanservice heavy shots. Highschool Romance Magi Trials focuses heavily on romance, humor, and building its unique world in its writing. There are over 100 images in the CG Scene Gallery, and there are eight different endings that are possible to achieve through play. The trailer here provides a quick glimpse at some of the characters you’ll meet in Highschool Romance Magi Trials. It is, as one might expect, NSFW.

Dharker Studio has previously released titles like (these links are all NSFW) NegligeeHighschool RomanceClub Life, and more, meaning this is a genre that they have a lot of experience in, with Highschool Romance: Magi Trials being only their latest release. It is available right now on Nutaku (NSFW), for $10.00 or 1000 Nutaku gold – which is what our Pack Hunter members got in November as a special offer from them.

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Are you interested in Highschool Romance: Magi Trials? Do you like seeing games without nudity on the Nutaku.net platform, or do you want to see them keep to only games that couldn’t be done on other platforms? Share your thoughts in the comments below!


Don Parsons

News Editor

I've been a gamer for years of various types starting with the Sega Genesis and Shining Force when I was young. If I'm not playing video games, I'm often roleplaying, reading, writing, or pondering things brought up by speculative fiction.