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NTR Visual Novel The Edge Of Now Available on Steam and Itch.io


Hangover Cat Purrroduction’s self-published netorare visual novel, The Edge Of, has been released on Steam and itch.io.

Hangover Cat Purrroduction, the developers of Her Lie I Tried to Believe and The Spell, has released The Edge Of, an NTR story with two different perspectives to experience the story from and two endings.

When Sam, the story's protagonist, returned from a week-long business trip, he immediately noticed something was off. His wife, Beth, wasn’t there to greet him at the door after being away for so long. Instead, she was sound asleep the entire time. When he asked her about it, she even avoided giving him a straightforward answer. Sam wondered if maybe he was being paranoid, until he looked again at the selfie Beth sent him while he was on his trip. He was too focused on the beautiful woman in lingerie to notice the three unfamiliar fingers at the corner of the picture. Just what was going on while Sam was away? The couple are still newlyweds, but could Beth already be cheating on Sam; if so, then who could she doing it with?

Features

- 120k+ Words

- 2 Different Perspectives

- 2 Endings

- 18+ CGs

You can buy The Edge Of on Steam and Itch.io for $9.99. There's also a demo of the game available, so you can try the game out before you buy it.

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