Amber, a girl trying her best to be alone on the road, stumbles upon a young hitchhiker and the journal of a prospector from long ago...
The gold rush has struck the west for a second time. Highway Blossoms is the story of Amber, a girl trying her best to be alone on the road until she stumbles upon a young hitchhiker and the journal of a prospector from long ago.
*NEW HD UPDATE 1/11/2019*: HD Remaster, Full English voice acting, one additional hentai CG, small fixes and Chinese/Russian translation!
“The characters are all likable (the ones meant to be anyway), the presentation is top notch, the gold rush and road trip aspects are very enjoyable and Amber X Marina’s love story is heartwarming. Highly recommended to yuri fans who want to experience something special.”
Great – The Yuri Nation
“AlienWorks [is] a developer to keep an eye on in the future.”
4/5 – Hardcore Gamer
“Going in to Highway Blossoms, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Despite this, it wasn’t long before I entrusted my time to the characters, enjoying both the physical and emotional ride that they were taking.”
3.5/5 – We Got This Covered
Highway Blossoms is a short yuri kinetic novel set in the American Southwest. After an old gold rush miner's journal is discovered, supposedly detailing where he hid parts of his stash, a nationwide craze begins as would-be prospectors try to solve its clues and strike it rich.
Amber couldn't care less. Wandering the desert in a recently-inherited motorhome, she mourns the loss of her grandfather - indifferent and unaware of the hunt happening around her. It's not until she meets Marina, a young hitchhiker lost in New Mexico that the girls get swept up in the rush.
At least tens of words, maybe even hundreds. Although the last word count puts it around 90,000, so expect 6 or so hours of reading.
Grand, hand-painted vistas of actual landmarks in the western United States, all in glorious 1080p detail.
*A huge soundtrack featuring the works of Anna Logue, Jake Abernathie, Able Kirby, and other friends of AlienWorks. Sounds right at home on your in-dash cassette tape player.
*Accessibility options for days, including the ability to skip through everything in less than five minutes. But who would wanna do that?
*Achievements, although to be honest, they might be stretching the definition of "achievement."
*Alternate silly content for second readthroughs that AlienWorks let the programmer write. This may or may not have been a good idea.