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FAKKU has opened pre-orders for the hemorrhoid hijinks visual novel My Little Sister Can’t Possibly Have a Hemorrhoid?!

Developed by Lyricbox and published by FAKKU, My Little Sister Can’t Possibly Have a Hemorrhoid?! is a ridiculous visual novel about Atsushi, a man that’s trying to help his little sister Miu with her hemorrhoid problem. Unable to insert the suppository herself, Miu asks him to do it for her. Being in such an intimate position and seeing his sister looking so defenseless, Atsushi can’t stop himself from turning a helpful act into a sexual one. As things get more out of hand, Miu’s best friend, a big-breasted girl who likes to chastise Atsushi, somehow joins the insanity.

My kind, beautiful little sister has a hemorrhoid?! It all begins when the protagonist's little sister opens up to him about her awkward dilemma, leading him to buy a suppository for her. However... She fails to put the suppository inside on her own. Surprisingly enough, suppositories are pretty difficult to insert without someone else's help. She gathers up her courage to make that embarrassing request, shaking all the while with her face beet red. Her brother's sense of reason nearly shatters when he sees his adorable sister in that helpless state! How will he respond?! Well... things rapidly escalate, reaching a point where even his little sister's best friend gets caught up in the ensuing craziness...

If you are interested in My Little Sister Can’t Possibly Have a Hemorrhoid?!, you can find it for pre-order it on FAKKU for $19.95. It's set to release this May, 2019.

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