Last year, visual novel developer minori revealed their next project as Trinoline. It just launched on March 31 in Japan and on the heels of that launch is great news. Manga Gamer revealed at Anime Boston they’ll be taking charge with an English localization.
Of course, it’s not available just yet. The team hopes to make Trinoline available later in 2017. This isn’t a huge shock given that minori developed this visual novel with both Japanese and Western audiences in mind.
Trinoline offers a sad story where protagonist Shun’s sister drowns during childhood. As years pass, he can’t help but remember her until one day he comes upon a girl who looks exactly like his sister. Trinoline will be available in both 18+ and all-ages versions.