Navel's Romantic Visual Novel Shuffle! Will Be Removed from the Steam Store

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Shuffle! will be removed from Steam due to a terminated publishing agreement between Navel and YumeHaven.

On January 19th, an announcement was made on Shuffle!’s news board. Due to a termination in the publisher’s agreement, Shuffle! will no longer be sold on the Steam store after January 31st 7:00 am PST. Though, if you have already purchased the game, you can still download and play the game as you did before.

You can read the full announcement here:

Dear all,

In accordance with the termination of our publishing agreement, Shuffle! will no longer be available for purchase on the Steam store as of January 31st 7:00am PST.

For those of you who have already purchased the game, you will continue to be able to download and play as before.

However, after 7:00 January 31st you will no longer be able to purchase and download the game.

We apologize to all the fans of the title and ask for your understanding on this matter.

Shuffle! Is a dating sim that was first released by Navel in 2004. The eroge version was released on PC and an all ages version was the version was released on the PlayStation 2. The console version was later published on Steam in 2016 by YumeHaven.

The story follows a romantic adventure of a young man who can either become a god, demon, or stay human. When the King of Gods and the King of Demons become his neighbors, Rin Tsuchimi has his life turned upside down. Both kings moved in according to their daughters’ wishes because they’ve been in love with Rin since they were young. Along with these two, even more girls are pining for Rin. While the console had five girls’ routes, there are two more routes available on the Steam version.

For now, you can still purchase Shuffle! on Steam for $19.99. However, it will no longer be available in the Steam store for purchase after 7:00 AM Pacific Standard Time on January 31st, 2021.

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