Mobile BL Game ‘NU:Carnival’ Reveals Olivine’s Voice in New Trailer

Developer Infinity Alpha and publisher SGArts have shared a new trailer for NU:Carnival. This time the video focuses on Olivine from the Water Territory. He seems to be cute at first but hides secret desires. The boys’ love RPG will be released on mobile systems -via Erolabs– in the first quarter of 2022. A specific date has yet to be announced but we already know its subtitle options will include English.

NU:Carnival tells the story of a young sex toy maker called Eiden, who ends up in another world after finding a gemstone at his workplace. In a mysterious fantasy setting, he’s treated as the descendant of a hero of yore known as Huey. Now it’s up to him to unite forces with men of multiple elemental tribes to protect Klein Continent from the influence of evil spirits that resurfaced.

In order to bring harmony again to the world, his group will have to fight against monsters. However, part of saving the world also involves them getting down and dirty because of the magical properties of bodily fluids, a classic eroge excuse we all know and love.

The newest character to get a trailer is the holy priest Olivine, who has lived in a temple for his entire life. He’s loved by many people, from those who are part of his church to the local children. At first he may seem very childlike and naive thanks to his gentle demeanor, however he’s actually hiding another side.

He’s filled with steamy desires which he has never shared with anyone. Considering the protagonist’s nature, he’ll definitely use this information very well in the game. As for the voice actor, the video reveals Olivine is voiced by One Night Love, who’s also done Kaoru Agatsuma from otome game Fxxx me Royally!!.

We’ll keep you updated on the latest news of NU:Carnival as developer Infinity Alpha and publisher SGArts share more videos and informations on it.

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Ivanir Ignacchitti

Random Japanese games are my jam. Handhelds, RPGs, VNs and PC banzai.