Shan Gui

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About this app

It is the end of summer. Han Hui, a university student, meets a mysterious young girl named He Jia in the mountains. After this chance meeting, the two embark on a delightful journey.

Shan Gui is a short, linear, kinetic visual-novel set in Nanjing's gorgeous Purple Mountain. It follows the adventure of two young girls as they tour the park, attempting to recount faded childhood memories. Han Hui is moody and depressed until she eventually becomes enraptured by He Jia's overwhelming warmth and happiness. In He Jia, Han Hui finds respite from her sadness and a brand new friend... a friend who may be more than she suggests.

Visit here to learn more about Shan Gui 2:
https://store.steampowered.com/app/952420/

ZiX Solutions has developed this visual novel in collaboration with Magenta Factory and is licensed for distribution on Google Play. For any doubts or questions, please contact Magenta Factory via email: mf@zixs.team

© 2022 Magenta Factory. This item is not authorized for posting on Steam, except under the Steam account named "MagentaFactory".
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May 27, 2021

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4.1
5.7K reviews
A Google user
February 5, 2019
It didn't leave off at a good cliffhanger, maybe not even one at all. The story ended off abruptly and I still long for knowledge about their future. It's a nice short visual novel. The designs are super duper fantastic! Although, it's just their eyes that are bothering me. It seems that most characters in this story will have "lazy eyes". Gameplay is good, just as a visual novel should be. The ability to increase text speed and auto speed is very convenient, let alone the auto reading function.
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A Google user
November 23, 2018
Lovely short visual novel. The story was easy to follow and flowed well. The soundtrack was wonderful and I really enjoyed the handful of voiced lines (Japanese was definitely more effective at setting the atmosphere than an English dub would have been). The graphics were beautiful and fitted well with the story. I'd have liked to have seen more character development as I found them so intriguing! The main improvement I'd ask for (and it's a small thing) is to make the back button bigger as it's hard to press with it being so small.
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Isabelle
February 9, 2021
Nice story, He Jia's voice was really weird sounding though, maybe a mic problem when recording it. Otherwise I liked the story. The art is okay, not great, just because of the way the characters are drawn and are not to my liking much but the backgrounds and scenery are really great ! A beautiful little kinetic novel, we need more like this.
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