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A Summer’s End – Hong Kong 1986 just announced

a summer’s end - hong kong 1986 new visual novel game just announced for linux mac windows pc

A Summer’s End – Hong Kong 1986 is a new visual novel game coming to Linux Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to the creation of developers Oracle and Bone. An independent game studio founded in Vancouver, Canada. Due to release next month on Steam. Although the Steam page may be temporarily unavailable.

A Summer’s End – Hong Kong 1986 is a unique new visual novel adventure. Due to release on April 23rd. Available on Linux, Mac and Windows PC. While following the story of Michelle and Sam. And how their chance meeting also evolves into a deeper romantic relationship.
A Summer’s End is a romance story between two women. Taking place in vibrant Hong Kong in the year 1986. It is also an original story about love, family, and culture.
Since certain choices may affect outcomes in A Summer’s End – Hong Kong 1986. These could be changes in dialogue, viewable scenes, or specific story endings. All while following the point of view of Michelle. And how she navigates her day to day life one summer in Hong Kong, back in 1986. With a true reflection of the 80’s in a unique art style.

A Summer’s End – Hong Kong 1986 Launch Trailer


  • A compelling romance story set in Hong Kong, 1986
  • Interactive character dialogue and two unique endings
  • Point-based system to unlock bonus scenes
  • Over 400 original and unique hand-drawn art inspired by 80s anime and media
  • Original vaporwave and 80s inspired soundtrack
  • Featuring music from Timecop1986, Crystal Cola, and Stevia Sphere

A Summer’s End – Hong Kong 1986 takes inspiration from Hong Kong cinema. Also a flashback to 80’s anime and city pop. Due to create a visual experience for fans of retro art and fashion.

The release for A Summer’s End – Hong Kong 1986 is coming to Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Due to be priced at $14.99 USD. Launching on April 23, 2020.

Also due note, gameplay features mature subject matter. Which may not be appropriate for all audiences.

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