VitaminX-Sleepy Boy- Hajime

Playing otome games is not a chance that every fangirl gets. But if you have been scouring Google Play for this type of game, then I’m sure you’ve come across the Sleepy Boy apps released by Visualworks.

The Japanese mobile app developer released several characters for their Sleepy Boy series which is aimed at women who just want a companion that whispers sweet and romantic lines at night.

And I’m telling you, these are no ordinary apps. The developer features seiyuus who have lent their voices to popular anime and games. Their latest offering for Android users is the VitaminX-Sleepy Boy- Hajime voiced by Daisuke Ono (Sebastian Michaelis from Kuroshitsuji).

I’ve been on the lookout for otome games released by Visualworks since last year. This app came out today and I had the chance to install in my phone. Unfortunately, the first version of VitaminX-Sleepy Boy- Hajime doesn’t work. So if you plan on getting this app because of your love for Daisuke Ono’s voice, you might have to wait a little longer for the next update (or leave a review to compel the developers to release an update).

In this app, you play as the teacher who is in charge of a class full of handsome but not so smart students.

Currently, Google Play has two characters under the VitaminX-Sleepy Boy series. The first release was VitaminX-Sleepy Boy- Tsubasa voiced by Tatsuhiza Suzuki (Yuji Sakamoto from Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu). The upcoming releases will be voiced by Kousuke Toriumi (Hajime Saitou from Hakuouki), Hiroyuki Yoshino (Hallelujah Haptism from Mobile Suit Gundam 00), Kishio Daisuke (Shintaro Natsume from Beelzebub) and Hisayoshi Suganuma (Jiang Wei and Sun Quan from Dynasty Warriors).

VitaminX-Sleepy Boy- Hajime is based from the dating simulation game originally released for PlayStation 2.

Source: Otalab and Google Play


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