Someone re-created the entire game in flash version.

The translation does get a little rough every now and then, though, and there's quite a few non-intuitive elements here too (Relevant choices aren't presented in the conventional prompt format at times and even when they are, there's pretty much no telling what will be their consequences.

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The story is about a boy whose parents took off after leaving him ten thousand dollars and with no home.

His aunt Chidori takes him in and tells him to choose one of her girls to marry.

All 5 chapters deal with familiar angsty themes, but skillfully written.

It's actually 2 **games** containing 5 overarching stories in Pulp Fiction structure.

Their sister company Comix Wave provides a brilliant score by composer Tenmon (aka the Clint Mansell of Japan) and fantastic montages by director Makoto Shinkai.

That's a powerful staff behind a single franchise right there. One day, he sees numerous paper planes flying all over the sky.

The rest of the routes range from above-average to fairly good.

Guy quits violin after a scandal in Germany, returns to Japan, finds new passion with rock and starts playing in his new band Dear Drops.

If you want no reading, try the Zone **Games** Listing.

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