Whether he does the right thing, wrong thing, stupid thing, or funny thing is up to you.

(You must be 18 and over to play.) Dec 04, 2015 • 100,000 words • You play as Kelvin, who lives happily at a remote village, or does he?

Actually not, since he lives under his skilled, popular brother's shadow... However, he is saved by a young soldier, who treats him as his little brother despite Kelvin's reactions to him.

Feel free to vote anytime.) HARU: 61 votes DAICHI: 39 votes KAI: 27 votes Click here for a short comic based on this game: [link]sorry to bother u but i read this thing is scary... ONCE THERE WAS A LITTLE GIRL CALLED CLARISSA, SHE WAS 10 YEARS OLD AND SHE LIVED IN A MENTAL HOSPITAL, BEACUSE SHE KILLED HER MUM AND DAD.

SHE GOT SO BAD SHE STARTED TO KILL ALL THE STAFF IN THE HOSPITAL SO THE GOVERMENT DECIDED THAT THE BEST IDEA WAS TO GET RID OF HER SO THEY SET UP A SPECIAL ROOM TO KILL HER, AS HUMANE AS POSSIBLE BUT IT WENT RONG THE MACHINE THEY WERE USEING WENT WRONG.

That game was too easy so now I'm gonna challenge you!

And uh, I'm having trouble with some of the link buttons...

for the last scene, it has a red button that's supposed to go here: [link] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------SPECIAL "EASTER EGG"After you wake up at the beginning, exit your bedroom and re-enter it to find a suprise...

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Where the game tells a story, but the player may make choices to change how the story flows. While in the Western industries, those games can be considered as visual novel, this Japanese market for Bishōjo games have its own growth unrelated to the Western world.

They form a sizeable fraction of the Japanese market: the most popular have sold over a million copies, and they make up the majority of offline PC games in Japan.

The first bishōjo game commercialized in Japan appeared in 1982 as Night Life by Koei.