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Foto Flash Now Available on Steam and Game Jolt

Studio Gamaii has published Foto Flash, an ecchi pixel-art adventure game, on Steam and Game Jolt.

Studio Gamaii is a relatively fresh independent game development studio. Last year, they brought us Sweet Seasons, a puzzle game with lots of undressing. This time, they have published Foto Flash, an ecchi pixel-art adventure game about solving girls' problems around town and hoping to shoot some sexy pin-up photos.

The gameplay of Foto Flash is inspired by the likes of Frank’s Adventure, though with a much more modern execution and bringing a lot of its own elements to the table. The game features heavy musical themes, a unique art style, ten girls to get photos of, and a fair share of breasts and butts, albeit within Steam’s content guidelines. You can find the game’s trailer, official description, and some screenshots below.

Foto Flash is an adventure game about two things: HOT BABES and FUNKY TRACKS. If you're into that then this is the game for you! Can you get enough photos in time to save the pin-up magazine? Explore the streets of Sala City, meet a cast of quirky characters, and save the day in this tongue-in-cheek adventure.


- Become the world's greatest pin-up photographer.

- Encounter unique and quirky characters.

- 10 girls to meet and photograph.

- Assure your friends that you're playing it for the "story".

- Funky, upbeat soundtrack.

You can buy Foto Flash on Steam, Game Jolt, Itch.io, or Nutaku for $2.99. As of this writing, the game is currently on sale and available for $2.70 on both platforms until February 8th.

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