Lucy -TheEternitySheWishedFor-

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About this game

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▼ About this game

Lucy -The Eternity She Wished For- is a Visual Novel, about a boy and an android. You play as the boy, who faces decisions and moral dilemmas in this near-future world. This is a story that has touched many hearts and continues to have a strong impact on those who partake in this compelling journey.

▼ Features

■ 'Overwhelmingly Positive' user reviews

■ Beautiful Graphic Arts

■ Heroine fully voiced in Korean and Japanese

■ EXTRA epilogue scenario

▼ Synopsis

In the near future, androids have become the way of the norm. Emotionless husks of metal have become a part of human society, much to the dismay of the boy. The robot he found at the dumpsite though, this one was different. It laughed, it cried, it smiled, it has dreams, just like a human…

▼ Caution

■ Requires at least 300MB device storage.

■ Requires permissions for read/modify the contents of your USB storage.

■ When running an application, a network connection is required to check the version of the application.

■ Depending on device specifications, it may take some time to get to the title screen after version check sequence.

▼ About Developers

Project Director / Scenario : S.R

Graphic : Defender

C.V : Yume Maihara (舞原ゆめ) / Byeol Yi Noh

Developer Contact :
Updated on
Oct 17, 2021

Data safety

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This app may share these data types with third parties
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326 reviews
A Google user
October 27, 2019
Would definitely give a 5 star rating if only the interface isn't as sloppy as it is right now, and if it has an auto save feature. The story is a blast and I legitimately tried my best not to bawl my eyes out. The graphics and music are splendid and the unlikable characters did their job well to improve the overall feel of the story. Truly one of the best VNs out there.
64 people found this review helpful
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Micah Kamaleson
January 24, 2022
This is such a hidden gem when it comes to visual novels. The story is very fun to replay, especially since there are multiple endings. The emotional aspect of the game is done very well, and definitely deserves the TapTap Narrative Award it won. The soundtrack is very catchy and high quality. Full disclosure, I cried my eyes out at the ending. Just get this game, seriously
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Victor Chan
December 30, 2020
The game's appeals are the background arts, emotional songs, the lively but mature heroine which drive the comedy of the story, and the character dynamics. A distinctive feature of this visual novel is the ambiguity on whether the protagonist views Lucy as a family member or a love interest; there is no fanservice despite the sexual appeal of Lucy and the protagonist did not make romantic advancement towards her. The game progress is mainly linear with brief plot divergences, multiple endings, and unlockable game contents. There are side stories that contain plot twist, extent the main story, and provide a happy ending for all characters after the tragic ending in the main story. The seemingly chronicle order of the achievement list misled me on the location of one of the achievement that is needed to unlock the last extra content, but people who are familiar with this type of game should figure out the puzzle more easily. There is no automatic saving so players need to frequently save any scenes that they want to replay. The story takes place in a future where fantasy logic ensure that costly technologically demanding humanoid robots that imitates human is the only technological develop from the present time period while other practical fesible development of information technologies that can perform tasks that is difficult or impossible for humans are negated. The story exaggerates on the performance of androids to convey the technophobic theme. The plot explores the topic of job displacement by robots, technophobic conservatism, and robot rights which intersects with child social neglect and family conflict in the story.
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