Sakura Dungeon, Monster Girl Ecchi RPG Launches On Steam
(Last Updated On: June 3, 2016)

Winged Cloud and Sekai Project have decided to elevate their their game by taking the standard ecchi visual novel trope and turning it on its head by adding adventure elements to it. They’ve tried out this new method in their recently released dungeon crawler called Sakura Dungeon.

The game sees players building a party of up to six characters consisting of scantily clad, buxom, smooth-skinned ladies, and traveling about dangerous dungeons, collecting loot, defeating enemies and capturing up to 50 different monster girls to use in battle.

You can check out the trailer for Sakura Dungeon below to get an idea of what the game is like, courtesy of Operation Rainfall.

Players will experience a first-person dungeon run, equivalent to the titles of old on PC where you ventured through medieval-fantasy lands, defeating monsters and attaining loot.

According to the game description there’s about 25 hours worth of gameplay. Players will have to reclaim a dungeon that was taken from a sleeping beauty, as she attempts to regain not just her dungeon but her magical abilities as well.

As mentioned in the game’s description, players will have to get good, avoid traps, fight off enemies, defeat bosses and face off against the dungeon lord who took the dungeon from the fox spirit.

As is standard with most Winged Cloud games, the community seems to really enjoy Sakura Dungeon and they’ve already given it a positive rating. If you like games with HD backdrops, beautifully drawn anime girls, and enough monster girl waifus to make Monster Musume No Iru Nichijou look like a cheap brother by comparison, then you’ll easily take a liking to Sakura Dungeon.

You can grab the game right now from off the Steam store for $19.99, or get it during the first week for 10% off the normal price for only $17.99. For more info on the game feel free to visit the official website.


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