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Kokonotsuboshi Girls Academy of Commerce, a school built on the site of an old castle, known as "Shirojo." Toomi Yuna spends her time here on her own, until one day her lunch on the roof is suddenly interrupted by a pair of ghosts. Enoki Sachi, who died in an accident before the war, and Nagatani Megumi, who died of illness thirty years ago. These "kindred spirits" died with unrequited feelings in their hearts, met, and fell in love. They hold an ardent wish to experience their "first time" together before their eternal rest...But they dont know how. The two haunting spirits enlist Yuna to help them foster more "yuri" couples at the school, to assist girls struggling with their hidden feelings, and with the hope that their successes will help them glean the insight they need.
A beautiful story that often made me laugh heartily or moved me to tears! The game takes time to slowly build up the individual characters, which are as endearing as they are varied, and occupies itself with them in depth. The introduction, which lasts...
for a few hours, is correspondingly long, but it is worth keeping up this phase. After more than 40 hours of play I was really sad that it was over. To call it a sex game is wrong in my opinion. Such scenes occur in the later course of the game (after all it is about several love stories), but they are quite harmless in the way they are depicted. The focus of the game is rather on telling a story worth remembering. For a better understanding it is recommended to get to know the meaning of the Japanese salutations chan, san, senpai, sensei and sama in advance. It should also be mentioned here that in Japanese first the family name and then the 'first name' is mentioned. So, in Toomi Yuna, Yuna is the first name. In summary, I enjoyed every minute of the game and recommend it to anyone 'who can warm up for romantic comedies (refined with a touch of drama). The names Yuna, Sachi, Megumi, Umi, Youka and many more will remain in my memory for a long time to come
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