Never 7: The End Of Infinity Arrives On Android With Bonus Apps

By Spencer . August 28, 2012 . 10:55pm

never71One of KID’s classic visual novels is now on Android. Never 7: The End of Infinity starts with someone dying and the last thing you remember is a tiny bell in their hands. Then you, a college student, wake up from a dream on summer vacation. Never 7: The End of Infinity is a story driven game where players interact with other characters and use a sixth sense of sorts to prevent bad things from happening.


Never 7: The End of Infinity is connected to the Infinity series and Ever 17: The Out of Infinity is a spiritual predecessor to Chunsoft’s hit Zero Escape: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors. Ever 17 follows seven people trapped in an underwater amusement park as they try to escape.


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New for Never 7: The End of Infinity is a series of Android apps. You can unlock these freebies by earning points when playing the game. Each app allows players to pick a girl of their choice, so you can have a Haruka calculator and a Yuna alarm clock.



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Alarm Clock

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Princess Escape (puzzle game)

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Sliding Puzzle

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  • pentarou

    Disappointingly region locked.  Please mention these important details next time.

    • Kevadu

      Yeah, articles like this just make me sad because I know I won’t be able to play it.  And yes, I’ve tried Market Enabler and what not…it doesn’t work.

      • Craig

        Cross your fingers that someone uploads the apk. 

  • SupaPhly

    I know there’s a fan translation for the pc version, I wonder if they could take that translation and release an english version on android

    • Luna Kazemaru

       Because its a fan translation which me there will be inconsistency why would they want to do that.

      • SupaPhly

        there has been fan translations being used for actual releases before (ofcourse with the permission of the translator) like the Ys series and some other games I forgot.

      • Mark Fate

        Fan translations in the visual novel scene are often very good.

        In the case of this particular visual novel the translation patch was only released a few weeks ago. It was originally translated AND edited several months ago however the translator wanted to check the entire translation again and (I believe) have it edited again in his attempt at doing the game a service.

        I just finished reading Little Busters!, a Key visual novel (see the Air, Kanon and Clannad anime) that was also fan translated and the writing was fantastic and hilarious throughout.

        Plan to start reading Never7 soon. Would love it if someone managed to insert the fan translation into the Android version.

  • You wrote this article as if it was readily available for us….

    …. why do you mock us…..?

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