New Clothes and Inventory

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A new video showcasing some clothing/customization options in Shoujo City 3D. Both player character and dateable girls have several equipment slots for changing clothes and accessories. 9 slots are implemented already, with 3 more (choker, gloves, hair accessories) to be added as yet. Apart from making your character to look unique, this feature will be used in the game for cosplay missions, where you’ll have to walk around the city and obtain several cosplay items to complete some outfit of an anime character.

9 thoughts on “New Clothes and Inventory

    1. Laika Post author

      I assume you ask if there will be any paid content? The demo will be free, in the future some content will be paid. This new 3D remake is happening now solely thanks to people who thought Shoujo City 2D is worth three dollars of their money. After saving up the money I got for long time I was finally able to buy a used Mac Mini, install Unity and Blender (my old PC wasn’t even able to start them), and begin working on Shoujo City 3D. That’s how it works, and that’s why nothing can be 100% free. Every bought key is a contribution from people who like this project towards its future development and improvement – and everybody can see with their own eyes now that this game does improve a lot thanks to their contributions.

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  1. Shikha Saxena

    Well, thank you for the reply and i understand this. And i love this games it has everything that i have been searching for and i truly appreciate your hard work for making it and its truly takes a lot of effort. I had loved shoujo city project and bought the game before and if there’s gonna be a paid content in 3d as well then i am gonna buy that as well. Thanks for making it awesome!

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    1. Laika Post author

      Thanks for your support. Earning money in the new version will be possible through catching and selling squirrels (implemented about 50% at this point), and working in a local cafe, where you’ll have to actually cook food according to recipes and serve it to customers. (implemented about 10% now).

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    1. Laika Post author

      I’ll think about it when and if the game becomes popular enough for somebody to actually care to create new clothes. That’s not something I’m even taking into consideration right now.

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    1. Laika Post author

      This game is being developed now, not yet released. The first alpha/demo for PC & Mac should be released around September – October this year.

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