Independent developer and publisher Blue Sky has put their RPG simulation game Material Girl up on Steam Greenlight.
Blue Sky, also known as SakuraGame, has put their RPG simulation game Material Girl up on Steam Greenlight. The game revolves around the protagonist Sakura, a high school girl who finds herself needing to pick up a part-time job after her parents stop giving her money.
For your reading pleasure, below you will find sample videos, synopsis, character bio, and sample images from the game:
Synopsis / Character Bio
“I have no money…” Sakura’s parents used to give her only a little money for her living costs. Now they don’t give her money anymore, so Sakura has no choice but to find a part-time job. She has to work part-time to earn money and meanwhile goes to school. All of her classmates think that Sakura doesn’t like talks, and they don’t know what she is thinking about at ordinary times. In fact, there is always a dream in Sakura’s heart, that is, to get out of poverty and become rich. She has been striving to realize her dream all the time.
High School Girl: Sakura CV：凉贵 She usually has worries in her mind, and doesn’t speak often. Therefore, her classmates believe that she is unpredictable. As a born beauty, she is busty. She could have become a popular beauty in the school. However, she is not so popular, because she is not good at social contact. She only has some fans who admire her secretly. She is able to peacefully accept things unacceptable to ordinary people, which probably results from her father’s job, a war photographer. She often followed her father to many places when she was very young, and also encountered dangerous situations. Therefore, she has excellent physical fitness, which is enough for her when she deals with hooligans. She is somewhat insensitive, so it’s hard for her to understand how others feel. A neighbor, who is a childhood partner of her, often comes to her house to have dinner with her, but she has never perceived the boy’s admiration for her.
You can check out the game’s Steam Greenlight page here. The title will be compatible with PC and Mac systems and will be released in English, Japanese, and Traditional Chinese. Magical Girl is slated for a July 2017 release.
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