Malaysian studio Weeev has big plans for its first ever game. It’s called Purrfectly Ever After and the studio hopes to “bridge the gap between Japanese-centric otome games told in a not-so-Japanese point of view and storyline.”
The hope is that removing some of the more Japanese elements of a typical otome dating sim the rest of the world may be more receptive to the genre, and contribute to its spreading popularity.
And what better to attempt that with than the universal love of the internet – cats? The story goes that you play a food-loving burglar cat who ends up feeling sorry for herself after getting down on her luck but is rescued by kind strangers. At one point, she wishes that she could become human so she can earn her food honestly, and this is overheard by her fairy godfather, who is eager to make it happen.
Purrfectly Ever After will have five romance options, Japanese and English language voice acting, and multiple endings to pursue. If has already been successfully Kickstarted so it’s on its way to an episodic release on iOS and Android. Now there are stretch goals to reach such as adding a hidden character giving minor characters voice acting. And if it is Greenlit then it will also come to Windows and Mac on Steam.
Find out more about the game on its website.