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The World God Only Knows Author’s Game Industry-themed Manga 16bit Sensation Gets Anime Adaptation



The official Twitter for the 16bit Sensation: Watashi to Minna ga Tsukutta Bishoujo Game (Bishojo game made by me and everyone) manga series illustrated by Tamiki Wakaki (The World God Only Knows) announced on December 31 that its anime adaptation is now in the works. Details on the production company and broadcast schedule have not yet been confirmed.  


The manga is a collaboration project by Wakaki and two members of Japanese visual novel/game company Aquaplus, Misato Mitsumi and Tatsuki Amazuyu. The two are legendary creators in the bishoujo game world who have designed and illustrated characters for the Utawarerumono series, and are credited as the manga’s original concept writer. It was originally published as their doujinshi work, then its commercial edition has been published from KADOKAWA for two volumes since September 2020.


The story of the first volume is set in 1992 and centers on Meiko Uehara, a college student who begins a part-time job at a PC store. However, the store’s management is only a temporary form. The main business of the store is a maker of bishoujo games. When one of the staff members ran away, Meiko, who can draw, is suddenly appointed as a sub-grafficker. But she has never drawn an illustration for 18-rated games before…? Will she be able to complete the game successfully?





Tamiki Wakaki also announced the news on Twitter:




Manga 1st and 2nd volume covers:



Source: “16bit Sensation: Watashi to Minna ga Tsukutta Bishoujo Game” official Twitter