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Lupiesoft’s yuri visual novel, The Stargazers, is now available on Nutaku.

The Stargazers, Lupiesoft’s yuri visual novel in space, has just been released on Nutaku. This title was initially released last year on MangaGamer and Steam, but now there’s one more option for anyone who has been holding off on a purchase. If you’re not familiar with this title from our previous coverage, the story revolves around three space pilots and their adventures into uncharted space. In short, it’s basically “lesbian sex adventures in space.” The story has a Tarantino-esque vibe from the manner in which it switches character perspectives and has occasional flashbacks.

About Stargazers

The Stargazers is about giant robots, star ships and the relationship between three girls. Inspired by 50s and 80s Scifi, Pulp Fiction, and Mecha anime! The Stargazers is a self contained story, and while we’re open to the idea of making more stories in the future, we’re designing Stargazers around self-contained adventures for the Stargazers Squadron in the style of pulp fiction. Stargazers is a yuri game, showing the relationship between a group of 3 girls and their time together.


We already have a review of The Stargazers available for anyone interested in our opinion of the game. Nutaku has this title listed for $16, and it’s available DRM-free on PC, Mac, and Linux.

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