十手黎明 ～ Jitteh Dawn
Premise: You are Hogi Hasekura, an eager student who wants to find out a secret about the once-glorious Ippongi family.
Yes, I know that the proper spelling is "jitte," but I wanted to make it easier to pronounce for those who aren't familiar with Japanese pronunciation.
Here are some screenshots, as well as the program itself.
UPDATE: Mac OS X version now up.
UPDATE: Linux version now up, at the request of Barz. Should have done this sooner, but the other two just took so long to upload that I didn't even bother.
My favorite aspect was the story-line. It was a fascinating mystery. Only one gripe:
Overall, this game was really good! Great writing, an original idea, and an overall great VN! :3
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Anyway, it was entertaining and an interesting break from chasing girls.
Ivlivs wrote:So, PrettySammy09, you got the best ending on the first go? Well that's good to hear.
Oh no! I did all the endings in order -1,2,3,4! XD I just played nonstop to get them all!! That's how much fun it was!
(Pfft....me? Get the best ending on the first try? Yeah right. Talk to chromulnaire about Elven Relations... I'm the worst ending-getter on this forum!)
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Are all the resources original?
(When was the last time you backed up your game?)
Software > Drama
Art is like music, you always remember the first time you encountered them (e.g. you hear a tune while driving through a cornfield, the next time you hear the song you are reminded of cornfields).
I must say the use of the art was very effective, they do not seem alien to this project.
I was still thinking about the story afterward, trying to figure out the way in which the events were related. Let's see...
From those five facts, I concluded that the family, including the teacher and the boyfriend, were all (secretly) descended from the half-demon. Is that a logical conclusion?