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"NEEDY GIRL OVERDOSE" Surpasses 1.5 Million Sales, Spin-Off Mini-Game Collection Now Available on Steam

From Cult Hit to Mini-Game Mania: Indie Phenomenon Crosses Sales Milestone

TOKYO, Jan 22 (News On Japan) - WSS playground, an indie game label has announced that their streamer life adventure game "NEEDY GIRL OVERDOSE" has surpassed 1.5 million sales worldwide. In addition, the spin-off mini-game collection "Petit Game Collection vol.1" has been released on Steam starting today. They have also released a new song "Tsukikochou" inspired by the game's world and its music video on YouTube.

The "Petit Game Collection vol.1" is a collection of mini-games based on "NEEDY GIRL OVERDOSE". Let's meet Chou-chan in a retro game world! The collection includes various games, such as a waku-waku date game with Ame-chan, where players can enjoy a rare dating scene not seen in the main game, and "Chou Ten Survivor", a roguelike shooting game where Chou-chan arrives at a convention only to find it swarming with unhealthy otaku! Players must defend themselves and the convention by taking down the otaku.

The new song "Tsukikochou" by the unit has been published. The key visual is by BerryVerrine, illustrations by Maikichi and Mito, and video editing by the person known for "Hatsune Miku's Senbonzakura Original Song PV", Mie no Hito.

Song Information - Tsukikochou Composer: Aiobahn Singer: KOTOKO Lyricist: Nyarura

Music Video Planning/Storyboard: Nyarura Video Editing: Mie no Hito Key Visual: BerryVerrine Illustrations: Maikichi, Mito

Source: Dengeki

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