Do you have too many otome mobile games on your smartphone like me? Well, try not tire yourself out as we usher in the New Year with even more otome mobile games.
Say goodbye to 2019 as we take a look at three upcoming otome games coming to mobile in 2020.
Singing in a Twilight World with You
Singing in a Twilight World with You is an otome mobile game developed by GCREST. Digisky has gained the publishing rights to the game for Europe, the US and Southeast Asia and will be releasing it in 2020.
Combining otome genre with match-three puzzle elements, the game has gained popularity in Japan, Korea, Taiwan and China. The game also includes more than 60 game characters featuring Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, Hiroki Takahashi, Kohsuke Toriumi, KENN, Takahiro Sakurai, Toshiki Masuda, Shouta Aoi, Yuuichirou Umehara as their Japanese voice actors. If you are looking for a game that includes RPG elements as you romance handsome guys, you can definitely look forward to Singing in a Twilight World with You.
Tokyo Debunker is a dark-fantasy otome game by ZigZaGame Inc. Originally to release in 2019, delays have caused the game to be pushed back to release in April 2020 instead. Tokyo Debunker’s official theme song is sung by kradness.
You play as a reporter covering on urban legends. When your brother, a member of the Unregistered Creature Removal Crew (UCRC) disappears under mysterious circumstances, you investigate to uncover the truth.
The game includes voice acting, featuring Japanese voice actors such as Yoshimasa Hosoya, Makoto Furukawa, Yusuke Nagano and many more. Tokyo Debunker will also support multiple languages, including English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Français and Deutsch.
If you have yet to pre-register for the game, it is still open for pre-registration. You can pre-register the game here.
Chou no Doku
Chou no Doku, also known as Chou no Doku Hana no Kusari, is an otome game available on PC, PSP and PS Vita platforms in Japanese. The game was originally launched in May 2011 by Aromarie. Under AbracadabraGames new Ripple Effect Stories brand, which will see PS Vita games converted into smartphone games, Chou no Doku would be the brand’s first mobile localization.
You play as Yuriko, a noblewoman from the Nomiya family living in the Taisho Era. The Nomiya family holds a birthday party for Yuriko in guise of trying to marry her off for money. However, the party gets disrupted when a group of men breaks into the house and targets her. As she tries to defend herself, she is saved by a man…
Like many of AbracadabraGames other titles, the free-to-play game uses a ticket mechanic, allowing players to read chapters for free using petals. Considering that the game is free, don’t go expecting to play the M18+ version of Chou no Doku.
Chou no Doku is currently available for pre-registration here.