An action adventure game developed by Aquaplus that was sent to members of the Leaf Fan Club as a free New Year's gift in 2002.


Abyss Boat (アビスボート) is a an action adventure horror game developed by Aquaplus, parent company of Leaf, and released for the PC in January 2002. The title was directed and written by Akihide Takebayashi, under the name "Blue-Purple," and was the first game published by the company to feature polygonal 3D graphics. However, Abyss Boat was not released at retail stores but instead given away for free to members of Leaf's fan club, who received the game as a New Year's gift in 2002. The game was not well received at the time and lines from its story eventually became in-jokes within the Leaf fandom in Japan.

External Links

  1. Abyss Boat Information (Nico Nico Pedia).
  2. Abyss Boat by buisochan (Retro PC Games Reviews and Related Topics, 2006).