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Visual Novel Eroge Secret Pie Is Available on Steam

Three attractive women and one apartment manager get intimate in Momentum Games’ Secret Pie.

With art done by Kidmo, Secret Pie is a slice of life story by Momentum Games. Compared to their previous games such as WISH - Beyond Fate and WISH - Paradise High, which were small match-three puzzle games, Secret Pie is a visual novel.

Before his parents disowned him, Ian was a hikikomori who spent most of his time in a dark room, playing a MMORPG with his raiding party. Now, he is the new manager of a mansion where three beautiful ladies live. There’s the sophisticated business woman, Airi; the charismatic content creator, Mika; and the quiet art student, Mei. Earn their favor and start a secret relationship with them. The tenants will soon get interested in and pursue Ian sexually. All three women are voiced and the game contains roughly 23,000 words.

◆ Story

Secret story between the mansion manager and three women

◇ Ian

"The three girls who have the different characters and love in the different worlds."

"They were so impressed and made me expect the next encounter."

◇ Airi

"Let's exchange numbers."

"Huhu, fine. I have a gift for you."

‘Mr.Ian will know soon I'm getting fond of him…….’

◇ Mika

".........Don't you really know the name 'Mika'? It's mine."

"Now, I have a request to Mr. Owner~ hehe!"

"Therefore! The theme of today~! Ta-dadadadadada..........."

◇ Mei


"..... What do you think of me, mister?"

"......Sleep here, bro."

You can purchase Secret Pie on Steam for $5.99.

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