Japanese indie publisher Hyper Real is bringing us a 90’s diorama game about collecting creatures, a supernatural horror visual novel, and a game about dating a giantess.
You can view the announcements below, starting with SAEKO: Giantess Dating Sim:
HYPER REAL is delighted to announce that SAEKO: Giantess Dating Sim developed by SAFE HAVN STUDIO, has been added to their portfolio of new publishing titles.
SAEKO: Giantess Dating Sim is an adventure game developed by SAFE HAVN STUDIO which follows the life of Saeko, a girl equipped with powers to shrink people, that shrinks the main protagonist and keeps him in her drawer. A trailer and playable demo will be on display at the HYPER REAL booth during Tokyo Game Show 2023. The main character has been shrunk to the size of a thumb by Saeko trying to survive in her desk drawer while chatting with other tiny people, foraging for food leftovers, and being Saeko’s companion. All seems calm but, beware, if put in a bad mood, Saeko will make sure that your character meets a bad end.
Aojuji Hospital: Tokyo Eidolic Anatomy Division:
A horror novel adventure featuring anatomy, folklore, urban legends and time leaps. In Japan in 1999, there were many horrific incidents caused by paranormals, the embodiment of urban legends. The protagonist joins a mysterious organisation at Aojuji Hospital, and confronts the mysterious events to anatomize the paranormals.
A short visual novel set in the world of a monster-collecting RPG. A cloud-human hybrid named Mush navigates their way to a job interview for the enigmatic title of Dome-King. Prepare to encounter a vibrant cast of uniquely eccentric characters, accompanied by visuals that exude mesmerising charm.
HYPER REAL’s booth will have playable demos for all three games, located in the Tokyo Game Show floor from September 21-24.
SAEKO: Giantess Dating Sim is coming at some point in 2024 to Microsoft Windows (through Steam) Aojuji Hospital: Tokyo Eidolic Anatomy Division is coming at some point to Nintendo Switch and Microsoft Windows (through Steam) Dome-King Cabbage is coming at some point to Microsoft Windows (through Steam).