Otaku’s Adventure Now on Android and iOS

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Have you always imagined what it means to be an otaku? You now have that chance with Otaku’s Adventure. This manga-style point-and-click game is now available on Android and iOS devices. It’s also a good time to get the game now since there’s a seven-day launch week discount.

The game has been released on PC through Steam back in 2019. For mobile, there is exclusive content to enjoy like the optimized English translation and the new character voice acting. It also has The World Just Keeps Turning, a free expansion to Waifu's route. In this one, the main character needs to uncover her hidden past and travel through space and time to come face-to-face with more chaos, laughter, and tears.

Otaku’s Adventure puts players in the role of a young otaku. His rather boring existence is disrupted by the arrival of three mysterious girls. There’s Waifu, who is a not-so-common art student with a dark secret. Second is Gohard, a gamer girl with anger issues. Finally, there’s (´ ・ ω ・ `), a witch with a name no one has been able to pronounce.

Based on the choices made, players can have different adventures with these girls. There’s a secret operation to save the world or an unexpected space trip to escape from alien kidnappers. Regardless of which route players choose, they get to develop deep bonds with one of the girls while experiencing diverse gameplays.

While it may appear easy, it’s anything but that. That’s because a wrong move could lead to death. However, those able to survive have the chance to unlock that happy ending.

Key features of the game are:

  • Solve funny puzzles like in a modern version of Takagism’s Crimson Room and beat more than 10 wild mini-games.
  • Meet three romanceable characters, each one having unique thrilling stories.
  • Unlock more than 35 endings in a story defined by the choices of the players. Includes a new free expansion that completes Waifu’s route.
  • ​Enjoy the journey in six languages: English, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Russian and Portuguese. There’s been an improvement in the original English translation.

What do you think? Ready for the otaku life?

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