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Date registered: 3. June 2017

Latest posts

  1. Anniversary Sale 2018 — 20. August 2018
  2. Weekly Update #209: How To Plan A Crime — 18. August 2018
  3. Weekly Update #208: Birthday Preparations — 11. August 2018
  4. Weekly Update #207: Plans For August — 4. August 2018
  5. Weekly Update #206: Rei Sprite Progress — 28. July 2018

Most commented posts

  1. Weekly Update #158: One Year Later — 2 comments
  2. Weekly Update #161: Menu Progress — 2 comments
  3. Weekly Update # 165: Planning The Finale — 2 comments
  4. Weekly Update #176: A Look Back At 2017 & Ahead At 2018 — 2 comments
  5. Weekly Update #189: GENBA Page Update — 1 comment

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Jun 21

Summer Sale 2018

As of today, summer has officially started! And with it, Steam‘s annual Summer Sale! Just like last year, we have decided to join in, so if you’re looking for something to help you (or a friend) deal with the incoming summer heat, how about spending your time with a chilling murder mystery?

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Jun 16

Weekly Update #200: (Almost) 4 Years Later

Welp, so here we are… the 200th weekly update. Holy crapperoni. I honestly cannot believe I’ve been doing this for so long now. We’ve recently passed the 1 year anniversary of our website too, the first post on it made on June 3, 2017. As for the very first update I ever made, it was …

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Jun 09

Weekly Update #199: GENBA no Kizuna’s Soundtrack

If you’ve kept an eye on our Twitter or YouTube channel recently, you might have already noticed, but we have finally uploaded another little video, previewing some BGM tracks for GENBA no Kizuna, composed by none other than Solo Acapello! And if you support us on Patreon, you can even download the full versions of …

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Jun 02

Weekly Update #198: Welcome To Jurassic June!

It’s finally time! Jurassic June has arrived, meaning that it has actually been an entire year now ever since we publicly unveiled our next murder mystery GENBA no Kizuna! Because of that, I thought I’ll use the first blog post of this year’s Jurassic June to not only give you an overview of what we …

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May 27

Weekly Update #197: Almost Jurassic June!

Alright, so today we will have one last super short blog post before it’s finally time to say a little more next week, when Jurassic June will have officially begun! I can’t wait to finally reveal and share what I’ve been working on throughout May. If you want to have a little taste of it, …

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May 19

Weekly Update #196: Crazy Scientist Dr. Wu

As mentioned in last week’s blog post, I’ve been away for a little bit, but, ever since my return, have resumed work on our Jurassic June preparations. It’s not even two more weeks to go after all, and there is still quite a bit to do!

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May 12

Weekly Update #195: Warrior Princess Mayana

As I’m currently on a little trip, far away from home, I kinda had to prepare today’s update in advance right after typing last week’s. Because of that, it’s going to be a rather short one with not much in terms of progress to report about, unfortunately.

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May 05

Weekly Update #194: Plans For May

May has finally come around and so I thought that for today’s topic, I’m going to talk a little about our plans for this month. Which I guess could generally be summed up as “preparation for next month”. After all, it’s going to be Jurassic June! And just like last year, I’d like to use …

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Apr 29

Weekly Update #193: Dino Facts

If you’re following my private Twitter account, you might have seen me make this tweet last Saturday, giving a little WIP sneak peek of the Kaseki Residence‘s main hall, which now features none other than the “Tyrant Lizard King” himself: Tyrannosaurus Rex. That’s right, we have a T-Rex! And today, I’d like to talk a …

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Apr 21

Weekly Update #192: Plans For The Remainder of April

So, there has been a lot of stuff going on recently, which prevented me from making as much progress as I would have liked to. Consequently, there sadly isn’t too much of interest to talk about in terms of progress.

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