miszou wrote:I read about planetarium here, so I think I'll at least go fot that since I haven't go it. I saw an all ages version, is that the only version?
Planetarian was first released on the Internet in 2004 by Key, a Japanese software studio whose previous works include Kanon and Air. Unlike those two games, Planetarian did not contain adult content, and was the second of Key's products to do this, the first being Clannad. It was later re-released on April 28, 2006 on CD-ROM with full voice acting for the female lead. A limited edition version was sold for pre-orders and early buyers; in it included a 243-page book of short stories set in the world of Planetarian and some included a bonus shitajiki, or pencil board. A PlayStation 2 port published by Prototype and a portable version of the game produced by SoftBank Mobile were released in 2006. The mobile version was used on FOMA cellular phones. A drama CD based on the "Snow Globe" short story from the promotional book was released at the end of 2006.
It is May 1, 2017, 12:51 p.m.
Seven people find themselves trapped without warning in the marine theme park LeMU, 167 feet underwater. Water, air and food are in short supply, and worse yet, a mysterious virus lurks deep in the ocean. The park is relentlessly assaulted by water pressure, and the protective bulkhead will collapse in the next 119 hours.
Time is limited for the people trapped in LeMU. Asthey fight to escape, the bonds between them grow stronger - bonds of friendship, and bonds of love. But time waits for no one, and your time is close to running out. With an ending that packs the ultimate surprises, what will happen to you? What will you gain when you finally discover the secret of LeMU? And what will you lose?
A great new interactive PC game that offers the ultimate in suspense, now available in English. In this unique love-sim, each of the female characters has a unique set of circumstances that develop through five scenarios that you, the player, try to unravel as one of the two protagonists. To solve the game's puzzle romance is essential, and more specifically, if you succeed in realizing romance with one of the other characters, you will move a step closer to solving one part of the game. Only after succeeding at completing all of the five complex game scenarios will a player be able to savor a sense of having succeeded at this unique story-based simulation game.
This game is called a "love story," but the goal of the player is not to find love with one of the female characters. The true objective is to attain an understanding of the entire scenario of the game and explore the possibilities with each character. How can you escape? Who will be sacrificed? The story develops based on the choices you make as you proceed through it. Your decisions dictate a unique story scenario for your character and the others who are trapped underwater with you. What will be your fate?
Henduluin wrote:Another good game I've had the pleasure of playing is Yume Miru Kusuri. An Eroge but it has a seriously good story. Scarily realistic too (well, ignoring the porn part anyway). Not exactly a happy story though, so you'd better avoid it if you're depressed. (Aeka's path especially is heavy stuff)
Henduluin wrote:A little bit? I don't want to know what you think of as truly depressing then >.>
Henduluin wrote:Meh, maybe it's because I'm a victim of bullying myself, but Aeka's path gave me nightmares. In fact, after a while the music alone was enough to make my stomach twist and turn. It's a good thing Aeka is so damn cute or I would never have made it through the story >.>
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