DMM’s newest browser game based on popular anime and manga Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou has been released in Japan.
First conceived as a manga and later adapted into an anime, Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou or Everyday Life with Monster Girls has finally been released as a game. If you’re wondering what the game is about, you can read the short press release below (courtesy of Gamer ) below or read our previous coverage of the title.
DMM games will be opening up their service for their new browser game, Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou Online starting December 21st.
You’ll be playing as the head of the household, as you go around and go on dates, help out, and generally converse with these monster girls, raising their bonding level with you.
As in the original work, all the monster girls will be overflowing with individuality and unique personalities, including characters directly from the work itself, along with original characters created specifically for the game.
Get close and bond with the girls and you can get special reward events such as “Care Drama” and “Care Anime.”
The players are able to collect all kinds of cute monster girls and make them members of your household, building parties with their favorite characters and going on outings. “Outings”, similarly to “sorties” found in Kantai Collection, will be done randomly. Players will be able to acquire new female companions through a gashapon system and through special events. The player’s housemates will, of course, need a lot of care even when you don’t take them out for outings. All monster girls have varied and specific diets, so in order to keep them happy and healthy, you will need to buy food and serve it to them. Since living in the human world comes with all kinds of stressful situations attached, managing your girl’s stress levels will also become a necessity.
By far the most interesting system in place is the “Affection System”, in which the player has to touch his selected monster girl in specific places on her body. By successfully completing these game sections, the player is rewarded by a special bonding event between them and the monster girl.
The game is now available to play for free over at DMM.
Even though Musume no Iru Nichijou Online isn’t available in English, small communities of players have already sprung up and created a few helpful guides to get new players into the wonderful world of monster girls. First of all, you should check out the guide from the Monster Musume Wikia page on how to connect to any browser game hosted on the Japanese DMM services. If you are having difficulties navigating the in-game menus, there is also a handy image guide available to spare you a lot of trial and error-induced headaches. Additionally, a small community for Musume no Iru Nichijou Online has appeared on the Himeuta Channel forum. If you wish to join a helpful community centered around fantastical beauties, check them and their channel out on Discord.
We also recommend a look at our previous coverage on the Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou multimedia series. As always, thanks for reading.
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