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Yuri visual novel The Wilting Amaranth is available on Steam and MangaGamer.

The Wilting Amaranth is a yuri visual novel developed Reine Works and published by Top Hat Studios Inc. This tale follows the lives of three women who are trying to find their place in the world and the acceptance they long for. Struggling through their own unfortunate circumstances, the threads of fate lead them together to the infamous witch’s tower. When they live in a society that rejects them, will these women find their place in the world or something better?

This visual novel features a fairy tale-like setting with uncensored art, two character routes, and thirteen different endings.


ABOUT THIS GAME

The Wilting Amaranth is a short yuri (GxG) visual novel based on a fairy tale about themes of love, rejection, and finding your place in society.

Story

Three women, bound together by the threads of fate, overlap paths within the infamous Witch's Tower. Each of them, with their own unfortunate circumstances, are merely struggling to live within a society that rejects their true selfs.

Can there really be a happy ending when they are going against the very nature of society...?

Features

- 2 character routes

- 13 Endings

- 3 to 5 Hours of Gameplay

- 10 Unique CGs, with variations

- Custom, Beautifully Crafted OST

If you are interested in The Wilting Amaranth, you can buy it on MangaGamer for $4.99 or get the Steam version for the discounted price of $4.49. The 10% discount on Steam lasts until June 11. After that date, it will return to its original price of $4.99.

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