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Visual novel publisher MangaGamer is currently holding a sale on indie game titles, aptly known as the MangaGamer Indies Sale.

The MangaGamer Indies Sale features up to 50% off of select indie titles sold on their shop until the end of the month. The sale is jam-packed with various titles ranging from all-ages to eroge, and covers a variety of fetishes and themes from traps, yuri, futanari, otome, tentacles, monster girls, and more. The sale includes titles such as Huniepop, EVE Burst Error, ENIGMA:, Miniature Garden, Moékuri, Ecchi Sketch, and Sweet Volley Academy.

While most of the titles on sale are digital editions, you can also snag a physical copy of Huniepop and 100% Orange Juice. 

For your reading pleasure and convenience, we’ve put together a list of all of the titles we’ve reviewed that are included in the sale to help you pick out an indie title that piques your interest. You can check out the reviews below:

Critical Hit – 2/5

Ecchi Mery and the Perils of the Cosmic Shrine– 2.5/5

Eroico – 3/5

Huniepop – 3.5/5

The Menagerie – 3/5

Quest Failed Chapter One – 2.5/5

The Stargazers– 3/5

You can check out the full list of titles on sale over at MangaGamer’s blog. The MangaGamer Indies Sale runs from May 24th until May 31st. While some of the sales titles are available for purchase on Steam, the sales pricing is only available on purchases from the MangaGamer website.

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