If it's a hole, it's a goal.


A young man aims to find love in SMEE’s Sugar * Style, a slice-of-life visual novel published by NekoNyan on multiple storefronts.

Sugar * Style tells a romantic slice-of-life story about Oribe Kazuki’s time at a vocational school. The young man has just gotten out of a series of misfortunes in his life, having had to spend much of his time on the road after his parents got scammed. With how bleak his life was getting, he gave little thought to his future, but fortunately, his relatives helped him out.

With their aid, Kazuki got accepted to a vocational school. To his surprise, he also happened to be the only man there. This made the girls around him initially distrustful, but he remained undeterred. This might be the best chance he’s going to have at finding love and he won’t let it pass him by.

The impending release of Sugar * Style was previously mentioned during NekoNyan’s latest announcements of upcoming titles. The visual novel is now fully available, featuring a lengthy slice of life story with four lead heroines: the kind and romantic Ichika Morisumi, the kind and sporty Hare Kusunoki, the proud, but caring Kaname Fuyutsuki, and the young and bubbly Mao Minami.

Sugar * Style is now available on Denpasoft, FAKKU, JAST USA, Nutaku, and Steam for the promotional price of $26.99 until the 7th of May, at which point it will cost $29.99. The visual novel is also available on MangaGamer for $26.95, where it will later cost $29.95.

Adult content for the Steam version of Sugar * Style has to be installed separately using a free patch available on NekoNyan’s website.

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