Akabeisoft2 (あかべぇそふとつぅ, Akabēsofutotsū) is a Japanese adult visual novel producing company, emerged from the former doujin circle Akabei Soft. Some of Akabeisoft2's games have had consumer port releases. For example, 5pb. released W.L.O. Sekai Renai Kikō to the Xbox 360[1] and Yeti brought Tamayura onto the PlayStation 2[2] and is no longer porting Sharin no Kuni, Himawari no Shōjo.[3]

TypeKabushiki gaisha
IndustryComputer games
Founded2005; 18 years ago (2005)
ProductsVisual novels

Akabeisoft2's G Senjō no Maō was very well received and was awarded the Bishōjo Game Award gold prize in the scenario and graphic categories in addition to the grand prize in 2008.[4] W.L.O. Sekai Renai Kikō was awarded the Moe Game Award silver prize in the character designer category in 2009.[5]


  • Akabeisoft3
  • Cosmic Cute
  • Effordom Soft
  • Applique
  • Akatsuki Works

Former brandsEdit

  • Akabeisoft2 TRY
  • Applique Sister (all members joined Akabeisoft3)
  • Akatsuki Works Black (all members joined Akabeisoft3)
  • Shallot (all members joined Akabeisoft3)
  • Spermaniax (all members joined Akabeisoft3)
  • Syangrila (all members joined Akabeisoft3)
  • Syangrila Smart (all members joined Akabeisoft3)
  • Team It's (all members joined Akabeisoft3)
  • Wheel



  1. ^ "『W.L.O.世界恋愛機構』いまから恋愛を始めよう!" ["W.L.O. Sekai Renai Kikō" The romance begins now!] (in Japanese). Famitsu. 9 November 2009. Archived from the original on 13 January 2010. Retrieved 4 January 2010.
  2. ^ 『魂響 ~御霊送りの詩~』主人公とヒロインが妖魔と戦う! ["Tamayura ~Goryō okori no uta" The battle of the hero and heroines with spirits] (in Japanese). Famitsu. 7 February 2006. Retrieved 4 January 2010.
  3. ^ 車輪の国、向日葵の少女 [Sharin no Kuni, Himawari no Shōjo] (in Japanese). Yeti. Archived from the original on 10 January 2010. Retrieved 4 January 2010.
  4. ^ "美少女ゲームアワード2008 結果発表特設ページ" [Bishōjo Game Award 2008 result announcement page]. Archived from the original on 6 January 2010. Retrieved 5 January 2010.
  5. ^ "萌えゲーアワード2009 結果発表特設ページ" [Moe Game Award 2009 result announcement page]. Archived from the original on 31 December 2009. Retrieved 5 January 2010.

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