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Trap Genesis


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After settling out the ban on love imposed by Tamaki and Subaru, peace returns to the life of our favorite group. Finally, it's time for the festival... unless a certain kluts of a goddess called Hinowa has a say in it! As luck, would have it, Hinowa turns out to be an ancient goddess of chaos!
As the world as we know it is about to be engulfed in chaos and darkness, our lovely hinky goddesses make a final stand!
Will they be able to save the world?! Will their love finally be acknowledged?!

Find out this and more, in Trap Shrine trilogy's riveting finale!



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5 minutes ago, Vulkandrache said:

Upon seeing the "male only" tags i was confused for a moment.

The description just didnt sound like that.

Name of game should give you a clue.

 

TBH, I have no idea how to treat games featuring traps/femboys etc. - technically it's male on male sex, but putting it in Yaoi section would feel wrong too.

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