It’s new!!

I’ve made a new blog!
It’s easy to use, and you can arrange pictures and photos layouts; it sure is fun.
Thank goodness I can finally make separate pages for things like Scary Stories That Happened at a Countryside High School and the games!

I rereleased the Scary Stories game and extra book at Animate.
I apologize that the update patches and download links of both versions are still in preparation and will take a little more time.
The patch will include the addition of the long-awaited voice for Y-kun and some strengthening of the stories of the characters who didn’t have much plot.
I hope you will enjoy the newly added stories after the long time it took to produce them.
The story about the new writer’s history is something that they heard from a real source, so it’s scary!
Mr. Clone 13 also put a lot of effort into debugging, embedding and animating the game.

Also, India’s explanation in Jump+ was too simple, wasn’t it?
When I looked at it again, I thought, “there’s definitely more to write about!”
That’s right. Let’s deliver curry to India.

Translation: y4nderenka, don_amoeba
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Happily Ever After

And thus, Mister Prussia was able to read a story that was lovely like blue skies, sparkling brooks, and flapping birds.
And they lived happily ever after.

The late Mr. Sausage, who lived with two of the three greatest gluttons of the fairy tale world.
The difference between the first and seventh editions is funny.
Also, in Mr. Charles Perrault’s stories, the comments that he periodically inserted are stylish and lovely.

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