Yuri Visual Novel Cafe Deux Femmes Now Available on Steam and Itch.io

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A young woman rediscovers herself in Double Peach Productions’ Cafe Deux Femmes, a yuri visual novel published by Little Black Book Entertainment on Steam.

Cafe Deux Femmes is a visual novel set in the city of Los Angeles, just around Thanksgiving. The protagonist of the story is Hannah, a college student visiting her sister in the City of Angels. While there, Hannah wants to do a lot of sightseeing but quickly realizes that she doesn’t have enough money to visit all the tourist spots she wanted to. Hannah’s sister comes to her aid by introducing her to a friend, who offers Hannah a temporary job at the titular cafe. It's through her experience at the cafe that Hannah discovers who she really is as a person.


While visiting her sister in Los Angeles for Thanksgiving, Hannah finds that she doesn’t quite have enough money to do all the sightseeing she’d like to do. Fortunately, her sister’s best friend offers Hannah work at her café for the three days before Thanksgiving. Those three days become crucial as Hannah discovers who she truly is while working at the “Café Deux Femmes”.

“Café Deux Femmes” is a coming-of-age, slice-of-life Yuri Visual Novel and Dating Sim where you play as a recent college grad who is trying to find out where they belong in the world and what they should do with their life.

Featuring -

• A charming storyline with touches of drama and comedy

• Beautiful Anime influenced character art

• Classy Modern Jazz Soundtrack

• Multiple endings based on your choices

You can purchase Cafe Deux Femmes on Steam and Itch.io for the promotional price of $4.49 until the 1st of October, at which point the game will cost $4.99. Adult content for the Steam version of Cafe Deux Femmes must be installed separately and is available as free DLC for the game.

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