First of all, the Notes section, it contains a monumental spoiler if you so much as even click on it before playing the game - luckily I didn't.
But, it doesn't matter. Basically, technicalities such as the crashing of the game when rolling back in the second story aside, for what this story is, what it says and does, it is simply... perfect.
When I played, I absolutely experienced this rollercoaster of the feelings of its protagonists - at first, being confused by Hazuki, even not knowing why she is like that, and I even thought of stopping reading when I was unable to make sense of it - and then that one thing that happened that completely changed everything and all of the sudden it was the most wonderful story ever written - and then there was the second story, romantic, and then somehow strangely fantastic, up to the point when I thought it was ruining everything, and then that other moment of realization and running away and all of the sudden it made sense again and it was precisely that profound, foolish, clumsy, loveable wonderful story - it was really great.
Some may say it's like one or two al|together releases, but that is not the point, because it's so much different to them in its heart. The two
(Collage and A Midsummer Day's Resonance)
and CPLR, they are all in their ways unique.
And that was my experience. I usually really like anime characters in my works, but does that matter? Yesterday and even today as I am writing this (being able to sleep over it), I can't escape the feeling that with the right viewpoint, this is as good as a ren'ai visual novel can get.
So congratulations on a wonderfully romantic game, I enjoyed it thoroughly, and hopefully you'll make more games in the future.
PS: Can the game be mirrored at the Ren'Ai Archives?
I would put this into BxG games, just to make sure the spoiler isn't revealed.