Let’s Talk About Yuri Visual Novels [List of Yuri Visual Novels]


It’s not the first time we’ve republished this post, but this time, the list has undergone a MASSIVE update. Around 300 more visual novels have been added to the list, giving us nearly 450 visual novels in total~

When it comes to visual novels, my knowledge is pretty limited, since I have just not spent that much time on playing many. Of course, part of the reason why I haven’t done so is the fact that there are simply not that many translated visual novels available that trigger my interest, so my knowledge is almost solely limited to yuri VNs.

In this post, I decided to write about my experiences with yuri visual novels, tell you which ones I liked the most, and also name some yuri titles for you that are either already translated or that are being worked on right now. And finally, I would also like to list just a few of the most interesting looking yuri visual novels that still no translation group has picked up yet.

We plan to regularly update the list, so keep an eye out for more visual novels to be added! If you find a mistake or feel like there are titles that are missing, do let us know.

Please note that by clicking the titles, you’ll get redirected to either the game’s VNDB entry, official website, or in some cases, my own review of the game. Also, the release dates and publishers listed refer to the English translation unless otherwise specified. For some of these VNs, it’d be a stretch to call them yuri visual novels, but they all have some semblance of yuri in them, so you could say that the term still applies.

The visual novels on the list will be broken down into three categories. You can click on which of these you’re looking for and skip ahead to that portion of the list.

First of all, which more or less popular yuri titles have already been fully translated/released?

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Visual Novel Review: Lonely Yuri

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Just a few days ago, as I was looking through the internet checking the translation statuses of some yuri visual novels, I came across a title that I have never read before.

Lonely Yuri is a title that tells you its genre without even having to go through the description to find out. I was more than surprised that I have never heard of this before, especially when there is an English translated version out there. As you can see, this title is still very unknown, which is why I hope my review will get some of you to look it up.

The visual novel was developed by Yuro no Hitsuji and released on June 19th, 2012. It received an English translation just a few month after its release. Click here, to get redirected to the developer’s homepage.


First with a kiss… the girl is etched in the protagonist’s mind.

It was first year in high school. The budding of summer. Fusa Konno met a shut-in girl named Seri. Persecuted by her yearning eyes, her heart gradually opened… Awkwardly, the two girls gave each other a hug, joined hands, and looked into their eyes. They learned a comfort of being with and touching someone they love, and wanted to know more about each other… (Source: Yuro no Hitsuji)

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