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Guide Miley through idyllic Cherry Tree Town as she makes new friends and endeavors to persuade them to join her high school comedy club.
Release Date: Nov 8, 2012
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About the Game

Comedy fanatic and high school student Miley Verisse has decided to set up a comedy club in her school, but her nemesis and the head of the student council, Octavia Richmond, isn’t about to make things easy… The school rules require a minimum of 5 students to set up a new club and Miley is 3 people short! Spring break has just started and Miley has until the end of April to recruit the 3 new members she needs to start the club or Octavia will have the last laugh!

Guide Miley through idyllic Cherry Tree Town as she makes new friends and endeavors to persuade them to join her high school comedy club in this anime-style comic adventure game.

Explore the town and level up Miley’s repertoire of conversational topics by reading books, watching TV, etc. then apply them to persuade potential recruits to join your new club. Some topics require money to build up, so you will need to find part time work such as cleaning the local temple and making jewelry accessories.

Developer 773’s game features a host of quirky characters, catchy music, and is a must-play for fans of anime and manga. Laugh and the world laughs with you!

Key Features:

  • 6 characters to recruit and many more NPCs
  • 12 conversational topics to polish and upgrade, such as video games, romance, news, cooking, sports
  • All original, high quality graphics and catchy music
  • Fun dialogue and memorable characters
  • Colorful, warm anime-style tone and accessible game mechanics

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP
    • Processor:Pentium 3 or better
    • Memory:128 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive:95 MB HD space
    Recommended:
    • OS:Windows 7
    • Processor:Pentium 3 or better
    • Memory:128 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive:95 MB HD space
Helpful customer reviews
181 of 210 people (86%) found this review helpful
132 products in account
20 reviews
3.4 hrs on record
8/10, loved the game, but friends saw me playing it.
Posted: June 16th, 2014
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47 of 50 people (94%) found this review helpful
87 products in account
1 review
7.7 hrs on record
This was a charming little experience! It could be described as Persona 3/4 without the drama and battling, or as a platonic dating sim, if you're into that sort of thing. Expect some routine anime shenanigans, with characters deep enough to be interesting. It's a very lighthearted, easy-going game, but all the characters feel "real" enough to give it sufficient depth.

My first playthrough took about four hours, and my second around two and a half. It's not a long game, but it's full of characters and personality, like a town from Paper Mario: tTYD, you can keep coming back to people for new looks at them. The game emphasizes making friends and being a well-rounded individual, which I think is as good a moral as you could get. I do wish there had been some forewarning about some aspects of the relationship-building dialogues. For example, you can only discuss a topic once with a "target," for the entire playthrough. Of course, this isn't a huge obstacle, and it only makes the game have stronger replay value.

Don't count on much action, or even multiple dialogue options. All of the gameplay focuses on skill-building, time management, and selecting good topics of conversation. This is simply a great game for those looking for solid characters and friendships in a quirky, somewhat-cliche anime setting. If there's a sequel coming out any time soon, as the end of the game implies, I'm very excited for it!
Posted: June 2nd, 2014
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23 of 27 people (85%) found this review helpful
143 products in account
14 reviews
5.5 hrs on record
This isn't just a game about high school antics and comedic integrity. It's a game about the importance of friendship. This game taught me that you should always follow your dreams, and that's a lesson everyone should learn.
Posted: June 25th, 2014
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17 of 24 people (71%) found this review helpful
93 products in account
8 reviews
5.2 hrs on record
enter our protagonist, miley verisse. miley is the sole survivor of the verisse clan, but soon miley stares face to face with a deadly ultimatum: rebuild the legacy of the verisse family name by starting an ultraviolent gang consisting of at least 3 of her classmates or be killed by the hands of a rival gang leader named octavia richmond. you must help miley establish the most powerful and feared gang in cherry tree town. miley devotes her mind body and soul to her mission even though miley will have no time to enjoy the comedy club because she's graduating high school so by the time she gets the club set up she'll have graduated high school so ok then miley interesting priorities

miley has funny friends such as elise but there is no option to recruit her because miley insists on recruiting people who are unfunny and have no interest in joining her club and these people repeatedly decline miley but miley doesn't give up because when you need a job done you obsessively try to recruit every person you find that lack all ability and interest to do whatever it is you need done

i like it
Posted: March 13th, 2014
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
73 products in account
11 reviews
8.6 hrs on record
Think of those old dating sims - you level up various abilities so you can talk to girls (or boys) better. Except instead of dating, you're trying to get them to join your comedy club. It sounds ridiculous, but it works!

Miley's a hyperactive girl frantically trying to get three more members to join her club. The downside is people here actually read before they sign stuff, so she needs to get really friendly with them before they join up.

The game is freakishly difficult for a dating sim the first time around: unless you have a walkthrough or know exactly what you're doing, you will probably fail. This is not a bad thing. But before you can get New Game+, be prepared to really slog it to just succeed.

What kept me hooked was the writing and translation. The dialogue is hilarious; every character has charm and personality, and there are lots of great zingers during conversations. The translators have done a great job bringing this to a Western audience: think of the Samurai Pizza Cats, and you know the way they tackled this.

Things I would change: skipping cutscene dialogue - there's a LOT of talking, which makes replaying the game tedious - and making it clear that if you use a conversation topic, it's only good once.
Posted: April 29th, 2014
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