A Summer’s End – Hong Kong 1986 Yuri Visual Novel Announced

An 80’s urban themed Yuri Visual novel set in Hong Kong. Visual Novels truly are a medium for limitless possibilities of lesbian love stories. Bless them. Anyway, on to hyping up the VN brought to us by Oracle and Bone Studio.

 

A Summer’s End – Hong Kong 1986 is a visual novel game set to release on Steam for PC. Follow the story of Michelle and Sam, and how their chance meeting evolves into a deeper romantic relationship. Set in vibrant Hong Kong in the year 1986, it is an original story about love, family, and culture.

A Summer’s End – Hong Kong 1986 is about seeking identity and meaning in a rapidly changing world where conflicting world views and cultures collide. Inspired by Hong Kong cinema, 80s anime, city pop, and contemporary Asian literature, A Summer’s End – Hong Kong 1986 is an homage to the past and a visual delight for fans of retro art and fashion.

FEATURES

► Interactive character dialogue and two unique endings

► Point-based system to unlock bonus scenes

► Over 400 original and unique hand-drawn art assets, vibrant backgrounds and character art inspired by 1980s anime and media

► Original vaporwave and 80s inspired soundtrack

► Featuring music from Timecop1983, Crystal Cola, and Stevia Sphere

The game is set for an April 23rd, 2020 release on Steam with mobile and console ports to follow in the near future.

  • Visit the Steam page and add it to your Wishlist HERE.
  • Visit the “A Summer’s End homepage HERE for previews CGs, story info, the cast and more.
  • Oracle and Bone Twitter

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5 Responses to A Summer’s End – Hong Kong 1986 Yuri Visual Novel Announced

  1. Jack Cactus says:

    1980s?
    Hong Kong?
    80’s Techno music?
    LESBIANS?

    YEET!

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  2. qorl says:

    I think this is the first time I knew about a yuri VN before OGman 😀
    It looks amazing doesnt it? The pastel colors remind me kimagure orange road art

    Like

  3. Red says:

    Michelle already got me sweatin’.

    Like

  4. yurimylove says:

    wow, I grew up in HK! and the 80s were exactly my impressionable high school years… though I didn’t run into any gorgeous lesbians like these two ^_^;

    just added to my steam wishlist. April should be a much better month.

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