Happy Valentines Day!

Wait, what!? What Isabella just said? this is craaaaaaazy!

Happy Valentines Day to everyone!

As you can see from the funny screenshot above, Isabella likes to joke. There are many other embarrassing/crazy/hilarious situations like that one thorough the game. Want to find out more? You can now preorder the game here:


And if you don’t mind a few bugs and are eager to play the game, you can participate to the beta testing currently going on in my forums: http://www.winterwolves.net/viewforum.php?f=34

Promo sale with 30% discount

To celebrate Valentine’s day, until Sunday (included) you can use the coupon VALENTINE in the shopping cart to get a 30% discount on all the games!

(This discount doesn’t include Roommates since it is just in beta!)

The discount doesn’t override the automatic bundles discounts either. For example, if you want to buy the Flower Shop bundle, you need to purchase The Flower Shop: Summer in Fairbrook and The Flower Shop: Winter in Fairbrook individually for the 30% Valentine’s Day discount to work.

Sorry about that, but I didn’t have time to make a fully automated discount!

Coming soon

Once Roommates beta ends, I’ll focus on the RPG Seasons Of The Wolf which hopefully will be available on beta around April. Meanwhile, next week we will begin talking about a new game in the works that features awesome people like these:


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9 Responses to Happy Valentines Day!

  1. 0xrenx0 says:

    Sorry, OCD (and I used to proofread text for a living): it’s Valentine’s day with an apostrophe. 😉

    • admin says:

      Damn and I even checked on internet!!! INTERNET LIES!! 😀

      • 0xrenx0 says:

        I had the same experience with “bare” and “bear” in “bear with me” (“abbi pazienza”). I was talking to whom later became my boyfriend and told him “Bare with me” because I saw it on the Internet. 😛

        Mind, it worked for me, he had a laugh and explained it to me.

        As a rule of thumb, if you need that kind of spelling for a blog post or DLC offer or similar, the Wikipedia article for Valentine’s day has the right spelling and you can also do this kind of check on Google: “Valentine’s or Valentines” – this gave me the right result right away. 🙂

  2. David Crist says:

    That coming soon game, that girl in the middle. Beautiful…

  3. Ryocchi says:

    Those games seem so beautiful and lovely, you’re doing a wonderful job, keep on please, I only wish there was more boy pursues boy, anyway I wish you all the best.

  4. Elvia says:

    I wish they can do more yuri games, this was awesome with Isabella and Anne, I wait for more games like that 🙂

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