A Summer’s End: Hong Kong 1986 follows Michelle and Sam and how they find themselves getting closer after a chance encounter. If the name of the game didn’t give it away, the game is set in Hong Kong in the year 1986 and tells a story with themes of love, family, and culture.
The story focuses on what it means to find identity in a changing world where conflicting worldviews and cultures may collide. The game’s tone is based on Hong Kong cinema, 80s anime, city pop, and contemporary Asian literature as the design is a homage to the retro art and fashion.
A Summer’s End: Hong Kong 1986 allows players to make choices during the dialogue that will affect the game with two different endings. There’s also a point-based system that unlocks bonus scenes. The story features 400 hand-drawn art assets, including backgrounds and character art. Furthermore, the soundtrack features music from Timecop1983, Crystal Cola, and Stevia Sphere.
The developer reveals the mature content as: This Game may contain content not appropriate for all ages, or may not be appropriate for viewing at work: Reference to and/or images of alcoholic beverages, Nudity or Sexual Content. General Mature Content.
You can check out some screenshots and the trailer below:
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