It is a short tale of a boy learning where he is in the social structure, and breaking the norm. It was short but sweet, and very much straight to the point. It felt a bit rushed and I would have liked for it to be longer. However this visual novel is pretty darn good for how short it is. The art is charming and lively, the music however falls a tad bit short. Composition wise its fine, but it ends really suddenly between changes, which I find distracting. A nice fade out to the music would have made it so much smoother. I really enjoyed this little VN though, give it a try yourself!
Awww A delightful and short little novel that I liked. The graphics are amazing and the sound and short plot....it really was something to take to heart. Really I wish this was longer yet I see the problem on how to work your way through it after this....still, a pretty sweet VN that everyone should read. I salute whoever made this. ~^-^~
Well-written, but has some minor issues This game was frustrating for me because I kept losing my progress unless I saved after every few lines of text in order to load my game after it suddenly quit. Otherwise, the story was a lot shorter than I expected (one sitting), but it was well-written and has a good message.
Short, Good, needs a little more though I downloaded this in impulse (based in good reviews) and loved the general plot! The effects are a bit lacking; add music....and reader interaction please! Although I do like how it was based on stopping bullying!! Their should be more novels like this ~
A nice story It's a nice, short visual novel which deals with an important and sad reality: bullying. The story was quick to play through (I finished in just over ten minutes) with pretty character sprites, good music and an interesting premise. It's worth a few minutes--check it out!
Awesome The characters are really likable and easy to relate to. At least two out of four people have been in Rody's position, and sadly much more in Cecile's. My only problem is that it's too short. Maybe a sequel?
If there was a robot that could laugh, cry and smile. ...Does it have a soul?
An interactive story in which you meet a mysterious girl on the moonlit beach.