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The full adult version of G-senjou no Maou - The Devil on G-String, as well as the 18+ DLC for the Steam version, is available on Denpasoft.

G-senjou no Maou - The Devil on G-String is a visual novel developed by AKABEiSOFT2 and published by Sekai Project. The censored version has been on Steam since November 5th, 2015, but the 18+ content is finally available from Denpasoft.

As the son of an infamous gangster, Azai Kyousuke is a boy who knows what he wants and gets it no matter what. He is referred to as a god by his classmates and likes to listen to Bach while he does “work” for his family. When Usami Haru and the international criminal Maou arrive in his town, they intend to begin a game of cat-and-mouse involving schemes, conspiracy, and gang violence.

You play as Azai Kyousuke, the son of an infamous gangster. Kyousuke knows what he likes and lets nothing stand in his way in getting what he wants.

Referred to as God by his classmates, he often enjoys listening to Bach and "working" part time for his stepfather. But when a beautiful girl named Usami Haru appears in town along with an international criminal known as "Maou," they bring with them their cat-and-mouse game of plotting and intrigue.

For a limited time, you can purchase the adult only version of G-senjou no Maou - The Devil on G-String on Denpasoft for $40.49 or the 18+ DLC for the Steam version for $4.49. When the sale ends on May 27th, the prices will return to $44.99 for the game and $4.99 for the DLC. If you want the game on Steam, you can buy the voiced edition for $39.99 or the voiceless one for $19.99.

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