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MangaGamer has published Alice Soft’s adventure RPG Evenicle on JAST USA.

Evenicle was developed by the same studio behind A Housewife's Healing Touch, Beat Blades Haruka, and Beat Angel Escalayer R. It follows a man who travels around the world with a harem full of cute girls. The game is already available on MangaGamer and it recently received a hardcopy release, but it has finally received a release on JAST USA.

When Mother Eve created the world, she bestowed upon humans two rules: Each person can only have one sexual partner, and killing another human being is forbidden. Those who commit these sins will lose Mother Eve’s blessing, be branded as Outlaws, and shunned by the rest of society. However, Knights are exempted from the first rule. Only the strongest people can become Knights, so in order to pass on their genes, they must have multiple partners. Our protagonist Asterisk wants to marry both of his twin sisters, so he is determined to become a Knight. This was how his adventure began.

In Evenicle, you will be able to fight your way through dungeons, travel the skies via balloon, and sail across the sea by boat; the world is yours to explore. During combat, you can mix and match your skills to find the perfect combination to aid you in battle. There are many monsters to fight, but if you are up for a challenge, you can hunt the Megamonsters, which are giant, ferocious monsters. You can even capture monster girls, and pose them in various sexy ways.

You can purchase Evenicle on sale from JAST USA for $35.96. When the sale ends, the game will return to its original price of $44.95.

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