This Wizard of Oz otome game lets you romance the Cowardly Lion, et al. - destructoid

This Wizard of Oz otome game lets you romance the Cowardly Lion, et al.

10:00 PM on 06.30.2014

Kyle MacGregor

Associate Editor

Ozmafia localization in the works for English speaking audiences


It's a rare day that an otome game gets announced for a western release. Visual novels appeal to a pretty select audience, and those targeting a female demographic certainly aren't any less niche. Every once in a while, though, a title like Ozmafia comes our way.

As the moniker suggests, Ozmafia blends themes from The Wizard of Oz and organized crime stories. Players take on the role of an amnesiac girl who has the opportunity to romance a harem of pretty boys inspired by the Cowardly Lion, Scarecrow, and Tin Man. Sounds amusing, to say the least.

After receiving numerous inquiries and request, developer Poni-Pachet has started work on an English language version of the game. The studio promises further updates down the road.

Dear our English-speaking friends [Poni-Pachet via Crunchyroll]




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