DEADFACTORY's Yohjo Simulator has been removed from Steam. After successfully being voted up through Steam Greenlight, the game made its appearance via Sekai Project on November 17, and as of November 20 the game has been taken down.
It's not the end of Yohjo Simulator, however, as DEADFACTORY has posted via Twitter that the game will be available again soon, though no date was given.
Yohjo Simulator doesn't appear to promote racy content, and its description is as follows:
"This is a little girl simulator. You become a 3rd grade elementary girl and wander around town. There's no goal in this game. You need to decide the goal for yourself. It's the same as in life. This is an amazingly realistic simulator."
It looks just like a takeoff on Goat Simulator, except you're a third-grader and there are tons of strange men wandering around that you can punch into next Thursday.
More information will hopefully be revealed soon regarding the removal from Steam and the game's comeback.
[via Anime News Network]
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