The heroine of the story. She has no memories from before she awoke, not even of her own name. Famiglia Oz takes her in, saving her from a sword-waving man. She’s a cheerful, optimistic girl who’s honest to a fault.
The Courageous Lion: Caramia
The don of famiglia Oz. Kind and magnanimous, he’s beloved by the townspeople. He invites our hapless protagonist to live at the Oz estate. He carries two pistols, but his greatest weapon is the undying loyalty of his subordinates.
The Sly Scarecrow: Kyrie
The consigliere of famiglia Oz. Don’t let his gentle demeanor fool you; he’s a calculating man with a heart black as soot. He is universally recognized as a sadist. While he’s a crack shot with anything he puts his hands to, he prefers not to dirty his own hands if at all possible, especially when others are so easily manipulated.
The Taciturn Tin Woodsman: Axel
The brusque caporegime of famiglia Oz. Generally speaking, he lacks personal interests and would prefer to follow orders rather than act of his own initiative. He carries a shotgun, but he’s more likely to swing it as a club than to actually pull its trigger.
Little Red Sniper-Hood: Scarlet
One of famiglia Grimm’s caporegimes. He’s level-headed, polite, and conscientious. He has no interest in the constant conflicts, and would prefer to solve disputes with words rather than combat. The sniper rifle he always carries on his shoulder never seems to see use. In fact, it seems to weigh him down in ways far beyond its size...
The Stern Puss in Boots: Pashet
The don of famiglia Boots. A knight with a strong sense of justice, she’s stern and serious about everything. She leads her famiglia as a disciplined army. The sword she wears at her waist is just like her: steely, keen, and unyielding.
The Hedonistic Proprietor: Dorian Gray
Manager of the brothel on Oscar Wilde Street. An elegant and decidedly ’adult’ man, he values pleasure above all else and lives only for the present. As the custodian of the town church, he also acts as a priest.
The Happy Masochistic Prince: Alfani
The most popular male prostitute at the brothel, Oscar Wilde. He has a beauty that enthralls both men and women alike. He’s a natural-born masochist, but as a service-minded fellow, he’s equally capable at sadism should the client ask. While he has absolutely no skills outside the bedroom, he’d gladly risk his life to protect his friends.
The Devoted Sparrow: Manboy
The concierge of the brothel Oscar Wilde. Faithful and sincere, he has the full confidence of Dorian Gray, caring for the proprietor’s affairs whether they be financial, personal, or deadly.
The Masked Doctor: Robin Hood
He’s the town’s only doctor, running Sherwood Clinic for the benefit of the people. Contrary to his mysterious appearance, he’s a rather simple man. He treats everyone equally, regardless of famiglia affiliation or social status. He rarely goes out into town except on house calls, eschewing personal entertainments to remain at the clinic.
The Big Bad Wolf: Caesar
The leader of the band of outlaws, the Wolf Gang. Cruel and cunning, he has no qualms about hurting people with his two swords. He’s the first one to discover our heroine, and is very persistent about capturing her.
The Pure-Hearted Pacifist: Soh
A member of the Wolf Gang and Caesar’s right-hand man. A strange companion to the scary Caesar, he’s a kind, cheerful, and affable young man. He sets up shop in the center of town on the weekends, running a café so he can share the joy of cooking with everyone else.
Direct Sound Compatible
Amazing characters and story!
This game is great. The characters have amazing and fun personalities with very good backstories and their interactions with Fuka (who's also nameable) are very amusing. Another thing I like very much is Fuka because, while she may be a little ditzy and happy-go-lucky she's still not your stereotypical otome heroine and is very lovable!
The story in most of the routes is very cute and simple and there's no bad endings. When you finish those you can play the Epilogue and Grand Finale where most of the story is explained and that is just done amazingly well. I was so drawn in I couldn't stop playing.
The art is also super appealing and the soundtrack really fits the mood! There's also a lot of side-characters!
I'm a huge otome game fan and this is probably my favourite one ever.
A wonderful story
This game is great. There are so many interesting characters and I love listening to them all.
A lovely, optimistic main character, and a lovely town with a fairy tale motif. I enjoyed Ozmafia very much.
Every route had a different feeling: some of them felt light and cute, others were funny and maybe a even little twisted, and at least one of had a much darker story (I was surprised since most of the good otome games are very tame.)
Very well written and well translated. I whole-heartedly recommend it to anyone that loves visual novels. : )
Worth the money!
First I want to thank MangaGamer for translating the game and giving us a chance to play it in English! I had so much fun reading Ozmafia and I still feel very emotional about it even though I finished it a some days ago.
The characters are all very charming and the heroine Fuka has a surprising amount of personality herself unlike most otome game heroines. If there is a misunderstanding or a fight she won't sit around moping and feel sorry for herself like they usual do, instead she says "I need to go talk to them and sort this out!". She speaks her mind and is a very honest which I liked a lot.
Unlike most visual novel games Ozmafia is split up into smaller scenes. Often you will be reading a scenario only to have it suddenly stop and change scene to the next day without any conclusion. This is because Ozmafia is set up to be re-played from the start every time you're going for a different ending. When you play a route a second time you will unlock a ton (and I really mean a ton) of new scenes that explains what happened while also giving you an insight to what the others characters were thinking and feeling at the time. It might sound tedious but it really adds to the replayability instead of just agonizing skipping to the choices.
I also wanted to adress one thing as this game for some reason has gained reputation of having a lot of NTR. While there is a switch route mechanic between the three main guys but it never ends with any bad feelings between them. The four of them stays friends no matter what happens and in most cases the person you were switching from even encourages you to do it! In the same way that you wouldn't stay in a unhappy relationship in real life the game offers you the choice to either keep trying to patch things up or end it. Don't listen to people comparing it to Diablolik Lovers etc - its not even close to being that bad.
Overall I had a great time with the game and I hope MangaGamer translates more otome games in the future!