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Otaku's Adventure is an anime-style point-and-click game about finding true love in wacky places, coming to mobile next month

Otaku's Adventure is an anime-style point-and-click game about finding true love in wacky places, coming to mobile next month

XD Inc. has announced the upcoming release of Otaku’s Adventure, Spacelight Studio's humourous point-and-click anime-style game on mobile. The adventure game tasks players with finding their one true love as an otaku, with more than 35 different endings and a wide variety of mini-games players can get into while progressing through the narrative.

In Otaku's Adventure, players will choose among three girls - Waifu, Gohard and (´.ω.'). The romantic adventure isn't all sunshine and butterflies, however, as you'll need to solve puzzles, showcase your precision shooting prowess and even take down foes in turn-based RPG combat.

According to the official press release, adventures may be "a dangerous mission to save the world, a trip to the ends of the Universe, or even an exciting monster hunt in a new world. How far will you go to achieve the ultimate otaku romance?" The game also features an untold story for Waifu as a DLC, as well as a wide variety of Easter eggs and references for eagle-eyed players to discover.

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Otaku’s Adventure will be available on May 17th in the US and May 18th in the EU. It's a premium title that costs $2.99 a pop or your local equivalent, but it's currently priced at a discount while the game is still in pre-order status. You can pre-register on the iOS App Store for $1.99, or have a go at the free 30-minute exclusive demo on TapTap.

You can also have a look at the embedded clip above to get a feel of the game, or head on over to the official Twitter page to stay updated on all the latest developments.

Are you on the hunt for more similar titles that will put your skills to the test on your mobile device? Why not take a gander at our list of the top 25 best point-and-click adventure games on Android phones and tablets?