Hello, everyone. It's Kou from FHW.
The STEAM Store Page for
Japanese Delinquent Tactical Simulation RPG
, developed by Bangkok, Thailand based game studio「SECRET CHARACTER」,
is now available!
●STEAM【BANCHOU TACTICS Store Page】
●Game Studio「SECRET CHARACTER」 Twitter Account
「BANCHOU TACTICS」 is a strategy turn-based role-playing game set in a Japanese Gangster (Banchou) High School.
- High-quality 2D Pixel Art in 3D Stages
- Turn-based strategy combat system
- Inspired by『Crows (manga)』、『River City Ransom（Kunio-kun）』、and『Final Fantasy Tactics』.
In a city in Japan, a bloody war has been raging for several years between three high schools: Sakae High School, Nakamura Technical High School, and Minato High School. These three schools play out the madness.
「We run this city」
The delinquents who believe this are disputed and wage war every day without a sense of honor or humanity.
After last year's graduation of the demon king of Minato, Seiichi Kitagawa, the balance of power among the three high schools began to collapse.
The story revolves around Taiga Arashi, a student attending Minato High School, which serves as the game's setting.
A message from the developer
Ping from SECRET CHARACTER STUDIO
We are a small team based in Bangkok. We love Japanese games, manga, anime, culture, and everything. We want to create the same kind of Japanese games we have played since we were kids. Several years ago, we developed a game for iOS called「Zombie Hero: Kiki strikes back」. It has over 1 million downloads. Our investor, ITSARAAMATA, also likes Japanese culture. They are good at creating concepts and stories. We at Secret Character share the same vision, and we appreciate all the support given to us during game production. We are still in the middle of production of Bancho Tactics, but we would be grateful if everyone would add this to their Wishlist！
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