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  Sekai Project Publishes Sunrider on Steam
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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Sekai Project and Love in Space are proud to announce “Sunrider: First Arrival” will join Japanese visual novels “fault milestone one,” “WORLD END ECONOMiCA,” and “Narcissu 1st & 2nd” on Sekai Project’s Steam lineup.  After publishing freeware indie visual novel Narcissu on Steam, Sekai Project is no stranger to bringing free visual novels to fans across the world.  This collaboration will bring Sunrider to Steam’s 75 million user base and promote indie visual novels throughout the world.

Sunrider: First Arrival is the first installment of the Sunrider trilogy. Join Captain Kayto Shields of the starship Sunrider and his crew on their adventure through the stars.  Command a squadron of elite mecha pilots in tense turn based battles to find victory.  Exploit every tactical advantage in battles against overwhelming odds.  Interact with the ship’s crew and explore a rich galaxy filled with lore between battles.

Sekai Project is a startup based in Los Angeles with the single goal of getting greater exposure to indie creators.  Recently raising over $90 000 to localize “WORLD END ECONOMiCA” on Kickstarter, Sekai Project is currently raising funds to localize and improve Japanese indie visual novel “fault milestone one.”  Both projects will be published on Steam upon completion.

Love in Space is an indie visual novel development team based in San Diego. After raising over $44 000 on Kickstarter to bring Sunrider to the world, the team has successfully released the first installment of the Sunrider saga.  The team’s mission is to create a giant space opera visual novel with an epic story and massive space battles.

Sekai Project and Love in Space are excited to collaborate to bring Sunrider to Steam.  Together, they hope fans from across the English speaking world will soon be able to play many more visual novels on Steam and beyond.