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ATOM GRRRL!! Has Been Released on Denpasoft and Steam

Cosmillica’s yuri visual novel ATOM GRRRL!! has finally been released on both Steam and Denpasoft.

Cosmillica’s “Tarantinoesque” visual novel, which we’ve previously covered, has finally hit Steam and Denpasoft. Scroll on down for a detailed plot synopsis, as well as some screenshots, of ATOM GRRRL!!

Returning to Las Vegas after studying abroad on the island nation of Yamato, Jessica L. Huster comes back to lead her gang, “The 99th Floor,” only to find out that her family is in big trouble with the dominating mafia boss, Big E. Jessica and her friend Anna come together to face trouble head-on, however Jessica’s cousin, Very could turn out to be a “very” big problem for the both of them.

This adventure is unlike any you have previously experienced, and the girls in Atom GRRRL!! are anything but sweet. On the rough streets of America, scum emerges from the shadows at night, and so do these naughty girls as they go to reclaim their territory.

The humor is raunchy; the style is right out of a Tarantino film. In Atom GRRRL!!nothing is sacred and there is no right or wrong, it is simply just hardcore, in-your-face America. The twists are many, and these girls will paint you with their crosshairs faster than you can say “apple pie.”

Follow Jessica L. Huster as she returns home to the crime-ridden streets of America in Atom GRRRL!!

The all-ages version of ATOM GRRRL!! is now available on Steam for $8.99 (currently discounted by 10%). An adult, DRM-free version can be purchased from the Denpasoft store for $9.99. Unfortunately, the adult version does not include a Steam key, nor is there a patch to place the 18+ content back into the Steam version. Both versions, however, are the same pricing prior to the current Steam discount.

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  • Mike

    Don’t refer to this as a game. Not even one choice can be made.