Sony Ponys and Xboners together at last


Cypress Zeta’s erotic visual novel, Snow Daze, has received a new public update up to version 5, adding new features to the game.

Independent developer Cypress Zeta has released a new version of their hypnosis eroge visual novel, adding a lot of new features and replacing some of the old art with new samples. Full voice acting has been added to the title all the way through day two of the story, along with replacement art for a few scenes drawn in the artist’s old style.

For those new to Snow Daze and its premise, Cypress Zeta has prepared a quick run down, which you can read below.

The main character is a young musician named Jason that is rejected by his family and lusts after his milfy mom and three hot sisters. Stuck in the attic he lives mostly to play his cello. There’s an older smart sister named Kira, his sporty twin sister named Jane, and his flirtatious and carefree younger sister named Sarah. A blizzard happens and they’re snowed in – he takes advantage of this and puts his musical talents to use. He plays subliminal audio files through the floor of his attic room at night that will let him put the girls into a trance during the day. This doesn’t give him unlimited power, however – he still has to gradually break down their inhibitions to get them to do what he wants. Will they do what he wants? That’s up to you.


You can read our preview of Snow Daze by following this link right here . The PC, Mac, and Linux versions of the game are now available on Cypress Zeta’s Patreon release post.

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