Shoujo City update 1.4

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Update 1.4 for Shoujo City 3D is released on Steam, Google Play, and the App Store.

☆ Magic wand mini-game ☆

A new VR mini-game can be played in the Summer Town map. Using a magic wand (sold near entrance to the area of the game) you’ll have to shoot 3 portals and enemies appearing out of them (ghosts and bats). Teddy bear can be obtained after completing the mini-game.

☆ Bats ☆

Sleeping bats can be found in empty buildings in the Shinto shrine map. Use water gun to shoot them and collect. Bats can be released in the squirrel enclosure (3,000 Yen for each) or placed on head of characters.

☆ New dakimakura ☆

Contributed by Annesa Wolf from the Aqua De Vida comic webtoon.

☆ Other Improvements ☆

  • Rain effect was reworked and now uses two times less particles (improved FPS on weak devices).
  • Camera control script was rewritten to solve several collision/clipping issues which happened when camera was navigating close to ceiling and walls.
  • Fixed idle animation for cardboard cat enemy.
  • Fixed a minor issue with speed of diagonal movement while operating a water gun.
  • Fixed a minor bug with girlfriend’s behavior which happened if you served food in apartment room after 3 PM.

☆ New clothes and items ☆

  • Baseball cap with cat ears.
  • Paintings for room decorations (5 pieces).
  • Bunny hairpins.
  • Rainboots (two colors).
  • Tights with cat print.
  • Improved meshes for all house slippers.

(all these items are sold in the convenience store)

7 thoughts on “Shoujo City update 1.4

  1. questiongoni

    hey i saw what you said on twitter about the pocky game not being accepted… but how come games like sims have kissing and stuff and also other games similar to yours. i am not questioning you btw i am questioning the appstore. are they inconsistent?

    1. Laika Post author

      When the App Store don’t like something, they send you a notification, offering a choice to publish an updated version complying with their requirements, or appeal their decision. One day they notified that the word “Shoujo” in the game’s title is offensive and insulting, and should be removed. I thought that this request was ridiculous, so instead of complying, I sent an appeal and attached a long list of links to other romantic anime games published on their store with the word “Shoujo” in title. Two days later my appeal was rejected without any explanation, and my game was banned and removed from the store.

      Since then, I never argue, never ask any questions, never appeal anything. They can request any random and absurd changes they want, and I have no other choice but complying. That’s how it works.


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