As the chaos and suffering of the pun-demic reign, Ann can’t help but drag more and more into this world of her unintentional making. All because voices in her head have begun to control her every action.
You don’t like aquariums. They freak you out. When it’s your friend’s birthday and everyone else is going to be there, though, you don’t really feel like you have much of a choice. As the sleepover progresses, things start to get a little…strange. Certainly it’s all in your head, though. Right?
As a young professional, you have an interesting guilty pleasure: a cute character mascot for a stationary company. When you attend a convention for the aforementioned mascot with one of your online friends, you’ll soon come to find that extremely awkward romance is in the air.
From new developer ShibaList, Yrsa Major is a fantasy adventure romance made for Otome Jam 2021. Woodcutter Yrsa’s only concern is protecting her small village from the monsters that threaten to destroy it. An encounter with a mysterious alchemist leaves her bonded with an ishim, an elemental being. Uribel, however, is a pacifist, more a healer than a fighter. Working together, can they still find a way to protect that which she holds dear? Can she learn to see herself in a new way through Uribel’s eyes?
When college student Mona with ulterior motives joins a club dedicated to the discussion of yuri media, she doesn’t expect to be so overwhelmed by these two juggernauts of media dissection. As she listens to Hana and Riley go at it verbally, she finds time to self-reflect on her own relationship with her sexuality and neurodiversity.
It’s a future where man and machine have been combined to create a new race of cyborgs. When a group of natalists break into a research facility for important files, they uncover more than they bargained for.