Good artwork; sweet short story. I was pleased to see a visual novel available for my mobile device and thought I'd check this one out. Although there were no interactive points, the artwork in the novel was very beautiful. I understand this was not supposed to be a very in-depth novel but more of a short story, and I can appreciate that. However, some of the characters just seemed random. I'm sure though there was a purpose for their introductions that will tie into future projects. Overall, I did enjoy it and thanks for sharing for free!
Good but no flags o_O By short. They really mean short. As a VN Gamer, I just happen to notice that this game has no flags to trigger. By flags I mean points. Each heroine needs points in order to get her route. This one is just plain reading. But, I enjoy nonetheless. Soviet Games, I support your VN's! Ever since playing Everlasting Summer, I've really enjoyed your VN! Miku's/Masha's route was really weird. I got the Harem Master 80lv achievement though. I'm still lacking CG's and achievements.
Story The story plot is great! I was totally engrossed in the story. Somehow i can relate it to my old life back then. Well, although im a bit disappointed as i expected more on the romance moment, but overall the story has a happy ending. The bgm fits well too!
Hmm... Asus Nexus 7 In my opinion, this is an okay visual novel. The characters seem well-rounded and are drawn beautifully. The backgrounds are spectacular! But, some of the text either is confusing, or disappears entirely. There is a small mistake concerning Alisa's name: in text, it is fine, but the dialog box says her name is Alice. Please correct these mistakes and it would make it much easier on me. All in all, you just need to fix some bugs. Keep trying, and you'll get it though.
Not really a good start. A confusing story written in poor english. It seems bent on introducing everyone but explains little. The end was cute but ultimately kind of dull.
Synopsis An existentialist emo young man who likes books is sent to a depressing youth camp. He is the only male there, surrounded by preppy, slightly repressed animé chicks. It is New Years Eve, which apparently is celebrated in post-Marxist Russia the way the rest of the world celebrates Christmas. Amid the festivities, despite his best efforts to be miserable, he inevitably feels the slightest stirring of desire which he mistakes for love, or at least a break from the despair of his daily life.
Sequel of self-made GYARUGE NOeSIS, is emergence. Because there is a play volume of about 20 hours, it is perfect for killing time.
Feline furballs are ready to take over the world! Can you feel their PAWer?
The latest that cinematic novel "infinity-S" the novel reads like a movie to send "twilight Wiz - Twilight Invocation -"