Using paintings as BGs was such a good idea, the whole game looks so pretty!
This was made so nicely - the art, the bgs, the music, the writing style, it all compliments each other so well.
Everything seemed to fit in with the theme, and I like how polished the GUI was.
I really liked the textbox, it's big enough to fit in a lot of text, which suits the elaborate and more novel-like prose, but it's still suitably VN-y.
However, I thought the navigation links in the preferences menu were a bit too pale, and they don't stand out enough? It was also a bit strange, since the navigation is at the bottom on the main menu, but then at the top on the preferences screen - it might make the VN feel more... cohesive... if the navigation links are in roughly the same place in each screen. But it's nothing major.
The writing is so nice and detailed! It really fits the classical Greek theme (opening with a Sappho poem was nice - I don't know much about Sappho but I know a little bit). There are some spelling errors (not really any tense problems, mostly minor things, like some words haven't been turned into plurals properly, etc), but I didn't make a note of it when I went through so I can't tell you what they are haha...
I'm so helpful.
But the spelling errors didn't detract from the story, I still enjoyed it a lot.
And, since I love classical-ish writing, coupled with literary references and
one-sided romance that can never amount to anything, this is the perfect story for me haha. It's basically everything I like smushed together into one VN. I searched trying to find a happy ending for Ambrosia, but I'm kind of glad there isn't one, since the sadness is so delicious... And opens itself up to some really nice descriptive language haha XD;