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Remake of Aru Kanrinin no Koi spring+summer released!

A quick yet important update:

Mirin-san has completed the remake for the original Japanese release of Dormitory Love spring+summer!!!!

Download Aru Kanrinin no Koi spring+summer for Windows here

(throws confetti and has a round of Japanese tea as well as wagashi!)

The new release is completely remade from the inside and out with new stills, graphics (sprites and UI) and best ever, it’s fully-voiced.

Jun Minase (default name, customisable) is suddenly in charge of Shirakaba House, a dormitory full of foreign exchange students after the former manager is unable to resume his duties.

How would all these foreign exchange students manage with each other under one roof? Would there ever be peaceful days for Jun?

Trailer for Aru Kanrinin no Koi spring+summer (Dormitory Love spring+summer, in English).

The game is suitable for those aged 16 and up (some topics mentioned/referred to in the game will be unsuitable for those under 16) and is absolutely free to play.

Playable on Windows and made with TyranoScript, there are SIX love interests with plenty of extras, giving it excellent replay value.

It begins with a prologue followed by the choice of a character route. Multiple choices will lead to a good or bad ending. There are also seasonal events where residents of the dormitory would interact with each other.

There is also a tipping function at NovelGame with the use of Amazon Japan giftcards if you are keen to show your appreciation.

To celebrate this absolutely wondrous occasion, Mirin-san is uploading audio comments from the game’s main voice cast on Youtube 🙂

Nashinosuke voicing Minase Jun (MC/Heroine)
Konoe Yoritada voicing Felix Scheider
Inuzaki Pochi voicing Guillaume Dubois
Noki Yuusei voicing Joshua Raynolds
Narumi Shuuji voicing Ling Wei
Yayoi Yamato voicing Sasha Lebedev
Hashiba Ryo voicing Sean Orwell

and a super special addition, an audio comment from the creator herself!!

Will be updated with links as it goes live. You can find Hase im Haus’ channel here.

If you need a walkthrough, Mirin-san has it here.

Let her know what you think on her Twitter or on her website’s contact form 💕

Translations

BRAVO by Hirokawa Nanase (The World Standard), R!N, Hiiragi Yuka (Girls Mode 4)

I can’t remember how I bumped into the Girls Mode series but started giving it serious thought after we got a Nintendo 3DS and FabStyle.

Translation is after the cut!

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Books · Manga

REVIEW: Stories from 311 vol.1 and vol.2

Stories from 311 is a series of anthologies that see manga authors bringing stories of their own or individuals who were affected by the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami into a visual medium, manga.

I still remember what I saw on the news that day and how the it all unfolded.

It’s been 10 years since and the anthologies are a good reminder, giving a more personal insight as to how the disaster has affected residents of the area.

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Books · Guides · Magazines · Manga

Where next after ebookjapan? It’s BookWalker

I definitely learned several lessons when ebookjapan decided to flip the tables on us, the kind of people where you don’t live in Japan, don’t have a Japanese phone or isn’t familiar with ways to circumvent region-restrictions for apps – but still want to buy and read manga. Or if you like to read them for free (legally!).

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Books · Manga

Tendou-ke Monogatari vol.9 Commemoration: Twitter Icons, Smartphone Wallpapers

Volume 9 just released and the series’ official Twitter has posted four Twitter icons and smartphone wallpapers to celebrate!

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