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Corona Blossom Indiegogo Campaign Launched


Frontwing’s new visual novel Corona Blossom has appeared on the Indiegogo crowdfunding platform.

The developer is looking to raise $30,000 through the campaign. As of writing this article, the campaign has already earned $10,015 towards that goal. The campaign is utilizing Indiegogo’s “flexible funding”, meaning that the project will be funded, regardless if the goal is met or not. According to the IG page, all versions of the game will be a dual English/Japanese release, and will feature Japanese voice acting. Corona Blossom will utilize the “e-mote” system, which is the engine used in the immensely popular Nekopara series, as well as Maitetsu, to make the sprites appear animated. In addition to this, the art direction of the game is being handled by Yuji Kaneko, who is known for working on the hit anime series Puella Magi Madoka Magica and KILL la KILL.

The adult content for Corona Blossom will be accessible with an 18+ content patch for the Steam release that will add it in, uncensored. For those of you looking for an all-in-one adult release, as opposed to the Steam and patch model, an 18+ physical copy of the game is available for those who pledge $40 or more to the campaign. Currently, it appears as though the physical edition will only be available for purchase to Westerners during the campaign as a reward. However, the 18+ patch will continue to be sold after the campaign is over. For your reading pleasure, you will find character profiles, synopsis, and trailer of the game below.


Characters

R-Ne

Voice: Hana Akino

A metallic life form that attached itself to a meteorite. In her original state, she resembles a large droplet of liquid metal. After coming into physical contact with Keiji, however, she adopts the form of a human girl by default.

She can return to her ‘slime’ form if it’s just for a few minutes, and she can even shapeshift to imitate the things around her.

Like a baby duck, R-ne imprints on Keiji the moment they meet, and is thereafter always by his side. She sits on his lap and sleeps next to him whenever she gets the chance.

Able to develop communication skills in just a few days, she demonstrates a frightening capacity to learn. While she doesn’t feel “emotions” yet, they seem to show signs of awakening…


Shino Akune

Voice: Yukina Fujimori

Has been like an older sister to Keiji since they were children. She’s the daughter of the owner of Tatsumi Baths.

She’s been helping her family out since she graduated from college, and has an honest and doting personality.

Good-natured and eager to help, she gets along with everyone straight away; Keiji calls her a “Communication Demon.”

She seems to have a brother complex, but denies it outright.

She’s a spirited, yet maternal, type of girl. Her reliability is often on show, especially when she gives her friends romantic advice.

Despite this, she’s bad at dealing with matters of the heart, and she goes bright red when her love life’s in the spotlight.

Having known Keiji since childhood, she’s one of the few who know about his secret past.


Kumiko Kirishima

Voice: Mao Tachibana

Freeloader/poster girl at Inui Baths. She’s the same age as Keiji.

She has a cheerful disposition and boundless positivity.

Her one flaw: her personality does a 180 when she’s piloting a robot.

She’s a mecha athlete, who’s even appeared in national tournaments.

She’d been thought of as the hope of the Mecha sporting world, but had to go on hiatus after sustaining an injury during a match. She’s currently helping out at her cousins’ place, Inui Baths, and recovering through physiotherapy.

Kumiko has known Keiji for a few years, and decided to work as his assistant at the workshop to get more hands-on experience with work mechs.

She’s thinking of making her big comeback in the world of combat mechs someday.

She’s also searching for a “place she can return to.”


Lily Lucalusa Shamony

Voice: Mia Naruse

A lively space pirate.

She brought her crew to Earth in a whale-shaped stealth ship.

Upon her arrival, however, an important part of the ship gets destroyed.

After worrying about what to do, she decides that earning money as a maid would be the best option, since she wouldn’t have to hide her cat ears.

She dons a maid outfit as her space pirate uniform, and she is equally adept in both roles.

She loves her big sister, but acts like she doesn’t in front of others.


Yunie Mariette Panini

Voice: Ryoko Teduka

Space pirate Lily’s cool, sharp-tongued subordinate.

She hates trouble, but loves seeing Lily in a frenzy.

It’s Yunie who suggests to Lily that they should run a maid caf?.

As Lily’s aide, she is entrusted with everything related to their piratical enterprise.

She loves Japanese otaku culture.

However, she also loves tinkering with machines; she even gave the spaceship’s engine a name, “Mignon.”

If someone dares to put her beloved Mignon or her underling robots in danger, she’ll fly into a burning rage.


Kanade Hioki

Voice: Ryoko Teduka

Space pirate Lily’s cool, sharp-tongued subordinate.

She hates trouble, but loves seeing Lily in a frenzy.

It’s Yunie who suggests to Lily that they should run a maid caf?.

As Lily’s aide, she is entrusted with everything related to their piratical enterprise.

She loves Japanese otaku culture.

However, she also loves tinkering with machines; she even gave the spaceship’s engine a name, “Mignon.”

If someone dares to put her beloved Mignon or her underling robots in danger, she’ll fly into a burning rage.


Synopsis

Meet Keiji Osaki: a young man who hates dealing with machines, despite being very skilled at working with them. That’s just the kind of guy he is.

After failing his college entrance exams, he begins helping out at his grandfather’s workshop, which specializes in repairing VORKS, heavy-duty industrial robots. For a while, he enjoyed a quiet life in the countryside, doted on by the workshop’s regular patrons.

One day, however, his life suddenly takes a turn for the strange, when he encounters a metallic lifeform attached to a meteorite that fell from the sky.

To make things even more complicated, the organism he rescues takes the form of a forgotten girl from his past.

This is how his life with the metallic organism known as R-ne begins. But after a while, R-ne learns how to speak, and tells Keiji that she wants to go back to her home planet. Moved by her words, he sets his mind on sending her back into space, no matter what.

This may prove difficult, though, when a female space pirate – also known as a rare metal hunter – appears out of nowhere, and gets in his way.

Caught up in this whirlwind, will Keiji and his friends be able to send R-ne safely back to her homeland?


The digital edition of the game is slated to release on Steam July 29th, with the physical edition coming out sometime in August. For those of you interested in finding out more information about Corona Blossom and its campaign, you can check out its Indiegogo page.

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