Guide Mairu through idyllic Cherry Tree Town as she makes new friends and endeavors to persuade them to join her high school comedy club.
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發售日: 2012 年 11 月 8 日


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"Familiar to the last two Persona games in gameplay, minus the combat and greater plot. Manage your time as a HS moeblob and get some laughs."

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11 月 26 日

Now Updated with 'Dewesternized' Version!

Apologies for the late announcement, but let's make this official!

Due to popular demand, we have released a 'dewesternized' localization of Cherry Tree High Comedy Club which uses the original Japanese setting, Japanese character names / place names, etc.

This new localization is now the ‘official version’ (the Japanese continuity is preserved in the sequel Cherry Tree High I! My! Girls!) and is immediately available to anyone who already owns Cherry Tree High Comedy Club, but we have kept the original ‘westernized’ version available for anyone who owns or purchases the game in future.

Following this update, when CTHCC launches, you'll be prompted to select between 'Play Cherry Tree High Comedy Club' (the dewesternized version) and "Play Westernized Localization" - just pick the one you'd like and you're good to go! (Save games carry over between both versions!)

We hope you enjoy the new CTHCC!

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11 月 20 日

Cherry Tree High I! My! Girls! is Available NOW!

Cherry Tree High I! My! Girls! is now available on Steam as a standalone game priced $3.99, and together with the original game Cherry Tree High Comedy Club in the Cherry Tree High Complete Pack, priced $9.99.

As promised, the new, 'dewesternized' localization of the original Cherry Tree High Comedy Club that uses the original Japanese setting, Japanese character names / place names, etc. is now available. This new localization is now the 'official version' (the Japanese continuity carries over to CTHIMG) and both the new and original ‘westernized’ versions are now available to anyone who already owns Cherry Tree High Comedy Club on Steam and to anyone who purchases the game in future. (& for the record, save games carry over between both versions.)

Once again, thank you to everyone who has supported CTHIMG on Greenlight and THANK YOU for supporting us and developer 773 by purchasing the game!

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

Guide Mairu 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 Mairu’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
  • Japanese setting AND westernized localizations available!
    * Trailer and screenshots above are from the westernized version


    • OS:Windows XP
    • Processor:Pentium 3 or better
    • Memory:128 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive:95 MB HD space
    • OS:Windows 7
    • Processor:Pentium 3 or better
    • Memory:128 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive:95 MB HD space
15 人之中有 14 人(93%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
3.1 記錄時數
張貼於:10 月 10 日
First off; I am going to say it is like a dating sim, in that you build relationships and meet people.

The game is simple and doesn't try to be anything else, it doesn't shoe-horn in mini games to pass time, it tells a story and introduces you to interesting and funny characters; the more you learn of, the more you discover how deep they all are.

The game can be tough, you play a highschool student and have to maintain homework, limit fatigue and all while also trying to maintain knowledge of various topics to discuss with potential friends and peers.

If you want a visual novel type story with plenty of interaction and decent length of gameplay, pick this game up
12 人之中有 11 人(92%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
0.3 記錄時數
張貼於:11 月 7 日
EDIT: In the last few weeks since I played this game a dewesternised version has come out, which I have yet to play. I will update this review once I've played the new version, but I think most of my points are still valid.

+ Free demo!
+ No bugs whatsoever!
+ You can transfer your Repertoire plus Targets' likes and dislikes to the next save file.
+ ...So if you didn't make it the first time, you'll definitely get a good ending with the next playthrough.
+ There is a sequel, which is out now!

+/- 2 hours per playthrough.
+/- Sugary sweet story, very innocent.
+/- Perfect for kids.
+/- In the westernised version, the translation is aimed at Americans who don't (necessarily) know anything about Japanese culture, even though there are shrines and cherry blossoms - but it works nonetheless.
+/- In the westernised version, there are lots of references to (American) pop culture.
+/- Simple art style, quite nice but not eye poppingly awesome.

- Repetitive gameplay.
- Not very original in its genre, both with gameplay and characters.
- 2.5 playthroughs needed for full completion and no way to skip the last week or two (which is annoying if you've finished both your Repertoire and your Target list halfway through April).

Conclusion: not very original, but still enjoyable. Get it on sale.

(I played it while offline, so Steam didn't register my gaming time. :< )
43 人之中有 25 人(58%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
4,937.9 記錄時數
張貼於:09 月 23 日
I love this game. Octavia Richmond is my favorite character.
9 人之中有 7 人(78%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
0.1 記錄時數
張貼於:09 月 12 日
this is a cute Non Dating Sim. instead of meeting guys and choosing your "love" you make friends for your comedy club, i snagged this on sale.

also there is a FREE DEMO OF THIS GAME , so just give it a try. thats what i did and i fell in love with the demo. XD so i gots it!!
4 人之中有 4 人(100%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
12.5 記錄時數
張貼於:11 月 22 日
Warning: Lengthy review incoming!

Cherry Tree High Comedy Club is an interactive visual novel with the gameplay of a dating simulator.

Before I get into the review, I want you to know, that I played the westernized localization of the game. I’m going to talk about this in a little bit more detail at a later point of this review.

You play as Miley Verisse, a young comedy fanatic, who’s planning on forming her very own Comedy Club in her school. Miley’s roommate has already been compelled to join the club, but the problem is that school clubs have a minimum number of required members, which means that Miley has to find three more people to join her club until the end of the club trial period. That means you’ve got two months to manipulate and befriend as many people as possible.

This is where the dating simulator gameplay comes in.
There are six different characters that can be recruited and you befriend them by talking to them about different topics. You raise your skill levels by reading magazines or visiting places and occasionally you can also find random stuff on the ground that raises your skills as well. The higher your skill for “fashion” for example is, the more the friendship level of a character will be raised when talking to them about this topic.

This type of gameplay can get a bit repetitive, since you do the same thing every day. You get up, talk to a character, talk to another character, watch some TV and the day is over. Repeat until some special event happens or until the friendship level of a character rises.

To get a character to join your club you have to get them to friendship level 5, which is pretty much impossible to do for all 6 characters in the first playthrough. Fortunately there is a new game+, which allows you to keep all your skills and only resets your friendship levels.

The whole game has a lot of jokes, because, you know… Miley’s a comedy enthusiast and stuff.
There were some jokes that are right up my alley that I found really amusing and then there were some others that just fell flat for me.

The characters are rather diverse and even though some of them seem pretty spineless in the beginning, you find out that they have a really interesting background story after befriending them. On the other hand, there are also some characters that still seem rather spineless after you convince them to join your club and their background story is by far not as interesting as you’d expect.

A big problem I had with the game is, that it only supports a resolution of 640x480 and if you want to play it in fullscreen mode, the game window gets stretched to fit the height of your screen and you get two beautiful black bars next to the game to fill your screen. The settings of the game are also pretty limited, but hey, it’s a visual novel and not some fancy AAA game title, so I guess that’s expectable.

At the time I bought this game, no original version was available in English, only the westernized version, with different names and locations.

With the release of the sequel of Cherry Tree High Comedy Club on Steam we finally get to play the game in English with the original names and the same places as in the Japanese version of the game.

For example, Miley turns into Mairu and Cindy suddenly is called Haru. Also, chilli dogs turn into rice omelets, because, you know, western people only know chilly dogs and can’t comprehend rice omelets or something.

All those extremely western sounding names feel a bit out of place, because everything feels so Japanese and all those cherry trees in the background for example definitely don’t make me feel like I’m in the US either.

I’m going to be completely honest with you: Cherry Tree High Comedy Club was the first visual novel I ever played, so I might judge this game a lot differently than some of you visual novel veterans out there but for someone new to this type of medium, this game was a really good entry point and even if you’re usually not a big fan of those type of games, you might still enjoy all those cute characters and the nice setting.

The multiple endings and the new game+ give the rather short game some replayability, since you will not be satisfied with only knowing the background story of for example 3 of the characters but you will want to know the background story of all of them, even though they might not be as interesting as you’d expect.

All in all, Cherry Tree High Comedy Club is a pretty decent visual novel for veterans and casuals in this medium. It might have its flaws but it is still a really enjoyable game to waste some time with.

If you’re a diehard action fan who needs explosions, headshots and a lot of gore to enjoy a video game, or someone who detests reading and dislikes games that heavily rely on text in general, you might want to sit this one out.

Everybody else:

Should you play Cherry Tree High Comedy Club?

Yes. Yes you should.
10 人之中有 7 人(70%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
2.3 記錄時數
張貼於:11 月 1 日
This game has lot of fun!
The story
Artwork,i love it
No fullscreen (tell me please if you know how)
Music need more variation
3 人之中有 3 人(100%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
10.8 記錄時數
張貼於:12 月 27 日
A shrine maiden asked me "Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?"

10/10 almost died laughing
2 人之中有 2 人(100%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
7.9 記錄時數
張貼於:09 月 5 日
Cherry Tree High Comedy Club is an almost "dating sim" kind of game, as such its target audience, especially in the way this one is written seems to be women/girls. I however can't fault it for that, and what it does offer in my opinion is some quality gameplay for that genre combined with great dialogue and a decent size city to explore. My grievances are the limited and random statements made by characters, often causing them to repeat the same thing throughout intervals and the somewhat grindy nature of some conversations, provided no in game events are occuring (needed more in my opinion in this regard to detract from the basic gameplay). All in all it is a game of good value if you like the genre, that does even despite these listed flaws keep itself interesting through humor and the odd friendship/life lesson.
4 人之中有 3 人(75%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
3.4 記錄時數
張貼於:07 月 2 日
This is a light-hearted game that offered me the change of pace that I was looking for. You can say that it is somewhat of a social simulator. You play as a high school senior named Miley who is determined to start her own school club. She decides to make a comedy themed club. In order to do so, she needs to recruit at least three other studens, or else the school will not allow the club to form. You spend your time roaming around town learning new skills and studying certain topics in order to hold a conversation with potential recruits. Simply put, you have to become good friends in order to get them to join your club, and the best way to do so is to learn about the things that they like and talk to them about it. The game is very short, for me about three hours, but it felt right. The graphics are a blend of SNES and anime, which works perfectly for this game. I wish there were more games like this.

Weird note: Looking at the art for this game (buildings and shrines), it's clear that this game takes place in Japan, but in the English version of the game, they say that it is in America. It's nice to see that the developers were kind enough to try to be inclusive with the American audience, but unnecessary. Modern day Japan is not a foreign as it used to be. I would not feel out of place there.
4 人之中有 3 人(75%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
4.8 記錄時數
張貼於:08 月 17 日
This is one of those games that never gets the attention and thanks it deserves. Its by far one of the best games ive played, its a great visual novel. But visual novel isnt the best word to describe it. I would more so say, Indie or...well, Comedy! Its a light-hearted and fun game that you want to suceed in. Did you fail? Restart! The characters stick with you and make you want to know what else that they have to say. It isnt the longest game ou there but for a medium-short time game its really impressive. Just a fun little gem that should get the credit it deserves.

If you get it, have fun! :D
1 人之中有 1 人(100%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
5.0 記錄時數
張貼於:08 月 14 日
Very nice game! A very nice pixely RPG style anime game, with a very rich plotline to compliment the genre. If you like any RPG anime games such as Corpse Party, I highly reccomend this game. If you play mainly anime fighting games like Street Fighter or Vanguard Princess, and are new to games like this, it might not be the best for you, but you never know! Aside from that it comes with a badge, its own set of cards and a rock bottom price! The jokes in it are easy to get, and can be hilarious at times. I think this game got me laughing about 75% of the time I was playing it! Very Highly Reccomended
1 人之中有 1 人(100%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
1.4 記錄時數
張貼於:12 月 22 日
Worlds unfunniest girl tries to create a comedy club. Hilarity doesn't ensue.
3 人之中有 2 人(67%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
5.4 記錄時數
張貼於:12 月 4 日
- Cute and charming characters and art
- Overall I found the writing cute and amusing
- A visual novel that's about making friends instead of getting a date with hot anime grills
- You have control over where you visit, who you talk to, and when

- Native 480 resolution, I found it hard to get immersed this way
- You cannot click to interact / select options, only arrow keys and space / enter
- The timing is bad on dialogue progression and causes you to accidentally re-trigger the conversation sometimes
- The mechancis of the game are complicated and not well-explained. I thought I was doing stuff right then didn't get any recruits at the end so apparently I am missing something. I would recommend looking up a guide before playing if you don't want to play the game over and over to figure out how to actually recruit people.

The characters are pretty enjoyable and the pixel art is lovely, but the clunkiness of the game was too detracting for me. After I finished my playthrough and getting "closer" to a bunch of characters many times, I got 0/5 recruits I am very confused on how I was expected to play this game.

I think if you're looking to try out a visual novel game there are better ones out there. However, if you really love visual novels and play them all the time you could very well still enjoy this one.
2 人之中有 1 人(50%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
3.7 記錄時數
張貼於:08 月 25 日
Interesting and complex enough for me as an adult.

Simple, entertaining, and innocent enough for my 5 year old to play.

Enough said.
2 人之中有 1 人(50%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
6.1 記錄時數
張貼於:07 月 14 日
Cherry Tree High Comedy Club was a great experience for me. You play as a girl named Miley who's a bit of an oddball among her peers. She's a Senior in high school but still enjoys children's shows such as the "Hero Rangers". The objective of the game is to recruit at least three other people from your school to join your Comedy club by a certain date. I found each character to be pretty fun to get to know. With a game like this, who needs to go outside or socialize with real people? There are plenty of video game references and pop culture, and lots of funny moments (Your trying to set up a comedy club after all) This game left me with a really good feeling, and I enjoyed every minute of the experience. Oh, and the music is great! As well as the 2D art style. You have the ability to move your character around in certain areas too which was nice, not something you get to do in most of the visual novels I've played. I highly recommend this game to somebody who likes slice of life and school themed anime's and wants to play a game with a positive and happy vibe.
2 人之中有 1 人(50%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
7.5 記錄時數
張貼於:09 月 23 日
I would recommend Cherry Tree High Comedy Club to anyone looking for a succinct and refreshing bit o’ honey. Notice the usage of succinct there: I did not use brief. While I only clocked three hours, I would not consider it brief. Brief too often implies something is short in the nasty way one would address inadequate bedroom performance. Succinct fits here. It’s warm in its passing, all bundled into a small but complete package. I’d especially recommend Cherry Tree High Comedy Club to anyone who found themselves delightfully surprised by Recettear—even those who would typically scoff at the styling therein. It isn’t a masterpiece; it isn’t even close. But it’s a good game, and that’s enough for me.
2 人之中有 1 人(50%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
3.8 記錄時數
張貼於:09 月 28 日
While it becomes a tad bit repetitve, the characters are sweet and fun, and there are a lot of people/places/items to interact with. This game is light and enjoyable, good for a relaxing break from more complex works.
2 人之中有 1 人(50%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
5.5 記錄時數
張貼於:12 月 24 日
watch anime high school girls do anime high school girl things

1 人之中有 0 人(0%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
1.6 記錄時數
張貼於:02 月 12 日
Nice Game, recommended
293 人之中有 245 人(84%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
3.4 記錄時數
張貼於:06 月 16 日
8/10, loved the game, but friends saw me playing it.