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A young man finds a new door in his house that leads to a cute Grim Reaper’s room in The Grim Reaper who reaped my Heart!, a visual novel developed and published by KamuoGame.

The Grim Reaper who reaped my Heart! is a short, animated visual novel that begins with the protagonist realizing that an unusual door appeared on one of the walls in his house. Unable to contain his curiosity, the man looks inside to find a young girl playing video games. She eventually explains to him that she’s a Grim Reaper named Vel. She was sent to kill him, but he'll have to wait, as she’s currently busy playing video games.

Speaking to her, the man realizes that the girl has no understanding of human anatomy, and decides to use her curiosity to get himself off. By praising the girl’s impeccable looks, and pleading for her assistance, he eventually persuades her to let him enjoy her body at least a little.

The visual novel was made by Kamuo, an independent animator making short hentai videos on Patreon. Some time ago, they decided to branch out and create video games under the name KamuoGame, with The Grim Reaper Who Reaped My Heart! being their first project. We've covered the title before, back in March.

The censored version of The Grim Reaper who reaped my Heart! is available for free on Itch.io. If you’d like to see the uncensored version instead, for now, you’ll have to support KamuoGame on Patreon with a pledge of $5 or more. If you’d rather avoid that route, the developer plans to add a one-time purchase option for the uncensored version to Itch.io in the near future.

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