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Russ Chizek
World End Economica Wants To Be On Steam
And with your help, its dreams could become reality.
01.17.14 - 1:18 AM

World End Economica is a Japanese visual novel about a boy named Haru. Like most normal kids, Haru lives on the Moon and wants to chase after his dreams. Unfortunately, he needs money to do so. Where does a young boy go when he needs some money? The stock market, of course! Where does the story go from there? Well, you're just going to have to play to find out.

While the game is already available to play in English, Sekai Project are trying to bring the game to Steam via Steam Greenlight. If this sounds like something that you'd be interested in, you'll find a link below where you can vote for it.

World End Economica is written by Isuna Hasekura, the author of Spice and Wolf and is available to purchase now. However, it is worth noting that if the game is released on Steam, that version will apparently feature a new translation.


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