American Developer Sekai Project, known for their visual novel games, has announced two new titles at the Animation on Display Convention in Santa Clara, California.

The two games announced by the publisher were KARAKARA 2, by developer calme, and Neko-Nin Ex Heart, by developer whirlpool. KARAKARA 2 (pictured above) is the sequel to the visual novel KARAKARA, which was crowdfunded last year by Sekai Project on IndieGoGo.

The game features two new characters; Rebecca=Valentine, who is described as calm and possessing a “gentle disposition of an older sister”, and Mari=Mizuno, a younger girl who is training to become an idol-ninja.  Several returning characters will also be in the game, including Aisia, Lucia and Cullen.

Sekai Project announced the game would be released in the Fall of 2017 on Steam and Denpasoft.

Neko Nin Ex Heart screen

Artwork showing off characters from Neko-Nin Ex Heart.

The second game, Neko-Nin Ex Heart, will deal with demi-humans who are crosses between humans and animals, who possess magical powers. The game will focus on two of these demi-humans, the cat girls known as Yura and Tama, who will be at the hero’s mercy as they struggle to find a use for ninjas in the modern day.

Sekai Project noted that Neko-Nin Ex Heart will be available in April on Steam, Denpasoft and Nutaku. They also noted that the Denpasoft and Nutaku versions will not have mosaic censorship attached to them.

Project Lux Screen

Project Lux Screen, courtesy of Sekai Project.

A previously announced game, titled Project Lux by developer Spicy Tales, had its release date revealed. The game is set in a futuristic world, where humans have complex cyberbrains, and the setting a court trial. The defendant on trial is an agent who coordinates with artists to create the data for cyberbrains to interact with people’s emotions, investigating the memories of a girl named Lux.

Project Lux does contain VR compatibility, but can also be played without the use of VR. The game is slated for release on March 31st only on Steam.

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Robert Grosso

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