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The player moves to a small town in Japan, and is due to start at the local junior high school. However on his/her first day they are somehow transported to a school in the UK, where they were 'expected' as the new exchange student. How they choose to act and how well they use the English language will affect their outcome, and possibly their survival.

This is a game aimed at Japanese students learning English, and so there is a lot of Japanese used. This particularly occurs at the start of the game where the character is still in Japan.

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Downloadable from RMN

Hi folks,

I've just uploaded the files to RMN so the game can now be downloaded from the download page right here.

I hope you enjoy it.
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  • Simulation Visual Novel
  • 09/12/2013 02:33 AM
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When I read " how well they use the English language will affect their outcome, and possibly their survival. " I was like, wow, i know the English Language. Then I looked at one of your screenshots...

I guess the game isn't aimed at me.
author=hiromu656
When I read " how well they use the English language will affect their outcome, and possibly their survival. " I was like, wow, i know the English Language. Then I looked at one of your screenshots...

I guess the game isn't aimed at me.

Hi, it is true that the main target of this game is Japanese students who are learning English. But it is still playable (to a certain degree) without any knowledge of Japanese. Some of the testers were native English speakers with limited/no knowledge of Japanese.

I've had a few people ask about a reversed version, so perhaps that's something I'll tackle dowwn the line.
i might give that "reversed version" a try if you make it some day. i've always wanted to learn japanese (speaking it isn't too hard and i have anime to thank for that mostly) but whenever i see kanji its completely alien to my mind and i can't understand it in the slightest. plus, i don't really know anyone who speaks/reads japanese either so that doesn't really help.

darn you japan, always getting so many more games that us here in usa. :/ as well as a number of titles left exclusive to japan and never ported or translated. :(
author=treos
i might give that "reversed version" a try if you make it some day. i've always wanted to learn japanese (speaking it isn't too hard and i have anime to thank for that mostly) but whenever i see kanji its completely alien to my mind and i can't understand it in the slightest. plus, i don't really know anyone who speaks/reads japanese either so that doesn't really help.

darn you japan, always getting so many more games that us here in usa. :/ as well as a number of titles left exclusive to japan and never ported or translated. :(

Hi Treos,
Sorry for the delay in replying ^_^;;
I'm toying with the idea of the reversed version being a sequel, so keep an eye out for that one. Nothing set in stone yet though, just kinda playing with possible ideas.
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