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Indie Wonderland: Sakura Clicker

And so reach we the end of Sakura Month. Sakura Indeterminate Stretch Of Time, if we’re sticklers for accuracy. And what a ride it’s been! We’ve watched angels battle ancient sorcerers, high school swimmers work out their emotional baggage, voyeuristic battle maidens go on a quest for a fallen star, and childhood beachfront friends be awful at each other. And I don’t know about you readers, but I can definitely say I’m no longer the man I was when I started this.

There’s only one Sakura-brand left in Steam’s store. One final hurrah. It’s the largest breaker of the mold, too; the reason I saved this particular game for last is because it’s not a visual novel at all. But rather… a clicker. A Sakura Clicker.

(Spoiler levels: Narrative, it’s a clicker game. Mechanical, it’s a clicker game. NSFW levels: some bikinis — quite a lot of bikinis, in fact — but nothing major.)

(Game source: I’d love to blame Patreon one last time, but this one’s free-to-play.)

After the break: Sakura Clicker. Curious how I’m gonna write a full review on a derivative softcore clicker game? Ha, so am I!