Der Sommer geht zu Ende. In den Bergen trifft die Studentin Han Hui auf ein mysteriöses junges Mädchen. Nach dieser zufälligen Begegnung begeben sich die beiden auf eine wunderbare Reise.
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22. April

Ver 1.30

Remade voices of all characters, except He Jia. For old players, we hope you still willing to retry this game.
Also, we will have a -50% discount at Apr 27 10am (PDT).

重做了全角色配音,除了贺佳。对于那些老玩家来说,我们希望您还能够愿意重新尝试下这款游戏。
同时,4月28日凌晨1点开始新一轮5折。

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31. März

Ver 1.29

Engine updated to Renpy 6.99.1.

This update will fix most of the crash when launching game.
After this patch, game language can be set directly through Steam - Shan Gui - properties - language.
We removed April Fool's Day content today (Apr 2), such as "Legal Notice" or Gov Certificate #.

引擎已升级至Renpy 6.99.1。

此次更新将解决大部分的游戏启动报错。
更新后游戏内语言可通过Steam上的游戏属性中的语言选项卡设置。
我们已于4月2日移除愚人节内容(比如“健康XX忠告”和审批号)。

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Über dieses Spiel

Der Sommer geht zu Ende. In den Bergen trifft die Studentin Han Hui auf ein mysteriöses junges Mädchen. Nach dieser zufälligen Begegnung begeben sich die beiden auf eine wunderbare Reise.

Shan Gui ist eine kurze, gradlinige und lebendige visuelle Erzählung, die in Nanjings wunderschönen Purpurbergen spielt.
Sie erzählt das Abenteuer zweier junger Mädchen, die auf ihrer Reise durch die Natur versuchen, verblasste Kindheitserinnerungen zu wecken. Han Hui ist launisch und niedergeschlagen, bis sie sich schließlich von He Jias überwältigender Wärme und Fröhlichkeit bezaubern lässt.
In He Jia findet Han Hui eine Ruhepause von ihrer Traurigkeit und eine neue Freundin... eine Freundin, die mehr sein könnte, als sich auf den ersten Blick vermuten lässt.

Systemvoraussetzungen

Windows
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    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP or better
    • Processor: 1.2 GHz Pentium 4
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Integrated Graphics
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X 10.6 or better
    • Processor: Any 64 bit processor
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Integrated Graphics
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB available space
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    • Processor: 1.2 GHz Pentium 4
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Integrated Graphics
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB available space
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10 von 11 Personen (91%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. Januar
Hübsche Musik, süsser Zeichenstil und 2 tolle Charaktere! Ein kurzes, kleines aber feines Visual Novel, indem es ausnahmsweise mal nicht um Liebe und Sex geht. Hmm, ob es die 5 Euro wert ist, kann man schwer sagen und da denkt wohl jeder anders. Ich jedenfalls bereue den Kauf nicht.
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8 von 11 Personen (73%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. November 2014
German / English below.
Was soll ich sagen;

nach 19 Minuten "Spielzeit" habe ich das ende dieser Visual Novel gesehen. Die Story ist vernachlässigbar, aber mit ganz interessanten Wikipedialinks gespickt.

Angenehm: Die Errungenschaften lassen sich in einem rutsch "erspielen". Dann noch die Credits im Extras Menu und alle Errungenschaften geschafft.

Ob einem das 5€ wert ist ? Das muss jeder selbst entscheiden.

English:
What can I say;

After 19 minutes of "play time" I have seen the end of this visual novel. The story is negligible, but full of very interesting Wikipedia links.

Pleasant: The achievements can be earned in one run. Then watch the credits in Extras menu and u got all the achievements.

5 € for this ? Everyone needs to decide for themselves.
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3 von 3 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 8. März
Shan Gui ist ein netter kleiner all ages Visual Novel mit viel Gefühl.
Es ist kein Dating Sim, kein Love/Romance genre (zumindest nicht wirklich, obwohl man eine yuri (Frau x Frau) beziehung in den beiden Mädchen sehen könnte, ist es eher eine Schwesternliebe unter fremden)

Pro:
- Schöne harmonische Chinesische Voice
- Background
- Musik
- Geschichte (Shan Gui besucht eine Stadt in der sie früher mit ihren Eltern war um Erinnerungen an ihren Vater wieder aufzufrischen und verändert dabei die sicht zu ihren Eltern komplett. ; Nicht die beste Geschichte, aber dennoch schön zu lesen)
- Deutsche Sprache möglich (wobei ich nicht wusste ob ichs auf Englisch spielen sollte oder auf Deutsch lassen ^-^, die Übersetzung enthällt keine - wenige fehler die einen nicht auffallen)
- Wikipedialinks eingearbeitet zu den Sehenswürdigkeiten die sie besuchen, sowie Links zu den Entwicklerprofilen. Es ist sehr interessant Hintergrundinformationen zu den Sehenswürdigkeiten sich durchzulesen und sodurch mehr über die Chinesische Kultur zu erfahren. Sehr Kreativ eingearbeitet und benötigt da die meisten ja doch nicht so viel von China wissen werden.

Con:
- Preis etwas zu hoch für ~45 minuten Playtime. Wartet auf einen Sale vllt, ist öfters mal 50% off.
- Männer nicht voiced. Die Spielen zwar nur eine ganz kurze Rolle und haben nur wenige Zeilen, aber die hätte man jetzt doch auch noch voicen können iwie. (aber ist ja nicht so wichtig)

Tipp:
Indiegala und Humblebundle store haben das spiel oftmals für 66% off im Angebot, dort ist auch ein Steamkey inbegriffen.


Bewertung: 9/10
Eine gute möglichkeit mal ne knappe Stunde zu entspannen
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4 von 5 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. Februar
Vorab möchte ich sagen, dass mir durchaus bewusst war, um was für eine Art "Spiel" es sich hier handelt. Normalerweise bin ich auch für solch nette Geschichten durchaus empfänglich und kann mich sehr wohl darauf einlassen.

Shan Gui hat mir dennoch nicht wirklich gefallen. Die Story war sehr kurz, nicht wirklich anspruchsvoll oder fesselnd. Das Chardesign hat mir überhaupt nicht gefallen. Die Stimme klang wie auch einem Dosentelefon und die Musik war nett, aber keineswegs sonderlich charakteristisch.

Ich habe mich des öfteren dabei erwischt einfach die Leertaste gedrückt zu halten, habe es aber dennoch durchgezogen dann. Vielleicht resultieren die ganzen guten Stimmen auch einfach von Leuten, denen der Manga Style so dermaßen abgeht, dass sie der Rest auch geflasht hat, aber meinem Anspruch hat diese Story nicht genüge getan.

Positiv (Für Leute, die es interessiert) zu erwähnen wäre noch, dass man alle Errungenschaften mit einem Playtrough erreicht. Wenn man Alles überspringt sicher in Minuten geschafft, ansonsten eine gute Stunde.
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21. Februar
Bilder: 10/10
Musik: 10/10
Story: 10/10

Auszeichnungen:
insgesamt gibt es 8 Auszeichnungen nach beenden der Story hat man 7/8 Auszeichnungen da eine Auszeichnung versteckt ist, um diese Auszeichnungen zu bekommen geht im Hauptmenü auf Hilfe bewegen sie dann mit den Pfeiltasten den kleinen roten Ball nach oben bis er verschwindet, drücken sie dann die Eingabetaste --- Sie werden etwas Schönes sehen :)

Shan Gui ist ein wunderschönes visual novel.
Die Bilder sowie die beiden Hauptfiguren Han Hui und He Jia sind sehr Herz voll gezeichnet und auch die Melodie im Hintergrund lässt Perfekt die Emotionen mit spielen.

Am ende war man leider doch ein wenig enttäuscht da man nur 1 - 1,5 Spielstunden hatte die einem bei der guten Story wie im Fluge vergehen :D
im Spiel selbst gibt es zu vielen begriffen Wikipedia links um unverständliches zu erklären :D

Wer auf Anime und Visuel Novel steht sowie eine wunderschöne Geschichte haben will für denn ist Shan Gui auf alle fälle ein muss!

Klare Kaufempfehlung 10/10
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. Januar
This is a visual novel. You don't have a choice you just follow an awesome sweet story with a perfectly matching music and artworks in the background. This is a game you could enjoy with a tea next to you, to spend about an hour of total playtime in an atmospheric little world.

This is a game for all who love reading, enjoying short stories and just want a little aesthetic enjoyment.

I loved it.
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. Februar
8/10

Nette, kurze Geschichte mit liebevoll gezeichneten Bildern und stimmigen Soundtrack.
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2 von 3 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. Januar
Music: 9/10
Story: 7/10
Pictures: 7/10
Feels: 8/10
Action: None

A short, cute and beautiful visual novel about a sad minded girl. She tries to find a old place from her memories and cheer her up. Together with a young and realy cute girl she just met she spends a nice day together to find herself again.
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53 von 54 Personen (98%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
1.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 7. März
For a travel guide, the sexual tension is pretty impressive!

Shan Gui is a really short visual novel (a visual short story maybe?) with lush artwork and beautiful music. Beautifully voiced entirely in Chinese, the translation isn't perfect but it isn't so bad that it becomes a distraction. The story is simple and engaging, and I thought it was interesting that the game actually links to wikipedia entries on the actual locations and lore mentioned in the story. I do use "game" in a loose sense here, because this is definitely more of a novel than a game. There aren't choices to be made, you just click to progress the dialogue through the linear story.

For the completionists, Shan Gui has strong Steam integration with super easy achievements and a game that can be completed in a very short amount of time. I didn't actually see the short story and lack of replayability as a bad thing, but I got the game deeply discounted and I feel like the content was worth what I spent. The extras include a gallery of the gorgeous artwork found in the game, as well as the soundtrack.

Shan Gui does really feel a bit like a travel and cultural guide though. With more panties and larger boobs.
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35 von 38 Personen (92%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
1.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. November 2014
- Gorgeous artwork
- Great soundtracks
- Sweet story
- 100% achievements for one playthrough
- Achievements are so cute! (Well, I bought it, because I wanted to decorate my profile with the achievements.)
- Emoticons are also cute!
- Trading cards are beautiful!

Shan Gui is a 45-minute visual novel game. Too short for the price in my opinion. Better get it when it's on sale if you can. Voice acting is not so good. Anyway, I have such a cute Achievement Showcase, so I'm good!
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30 von 32 Personen (94%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
1.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. Januar
Sweet and atmospheric.

Be sure you know what you're buying (it's short, there are no choices, and there's no epic plot) but if you want to relax into a short story between girls it's a nice experience.
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29 von 31 Personen (94%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. Dezember 2014
Distancing yourself from your parents is an unavoidable part of growing up. Eventually, most of us come back around from the rebellious phase and learn to listen to what parts of our tradition and culture may be worthwhile additions to our own identities. But what if we're already too late?

Shan Gui is a short, Chinese-developed visual novel about finding one's familial and spiritual roots in a society that increasingly shuns both.

During its one hour of playtime, the reader follows lost and disillusioned Han Hui on her way to revisit a vacation spot from her youth. She meets and befriends little He Jia, who guides her through the mountains and shows her around the various nature sites.

Let's get the formulaic part of this review out of the way first: It's a kinetic novel without any player choices or branching paths, the story is pretty unique in its thematic focus but extremely slow when it comes to pacing, the background and character art meets a high quality standard and retains a distinct visual style that I would not mind seeing more of, the soundtrack, relying heavily on solo piano pieces but branching out here and there, is nice (if ultimately forgettable), and the very authentic voice acting adds a lot of charm even though it suffers from the use of lackluster recording equipment.

Alright, now let's get to what makes Shan Gui actually interesting.

The textbook approach to structuring a story is to establish a setting and a premise, create some tension or conflict, then construct a dramatic arc that resolves the conflict and guides the reader to a satisfying conclusion. This curious little thing, however, does very little of the sort. Even though it uses the elements and mechanics of storytelling, its mood and deliverance probably have more in common with those of a poem or even a painting.

I can only imagine that the theme of modernization and technocratization of everyday life clashing with filial piety, tradition and spirituality might resonate with young Chinese people even more than it does with me, but at the very least it has the potential to speak to anyone (or at least anyone in a position to be able to play computer games), no matter their cultural roots.

Shan Gui handles its themes with care. It doesn't hide behind opaque metaphors, nor does it beat you over the head with simplistic morals. It simply puts you in Han Hui's shoes on her way to learn more about her past. It's up to personal opinion whether her quest is a worthwhile one, and it's up to interpretation whether she succeeds, and if there ever was a concrete goal to begin with. I was easily able to empathize with her struggle to explore her identity and I am glad to have witnessed this very personal journey.

The one negative aspect that really stood out to me was the sexualization of the main characters in some of the artwork, which is not only unnecessary but also completely at odds with the story itself. Maybe the developers assumed (correctly?) that those screenshots would increase sales, which is a bit of a depressing reality. In any case, I had to roll my eyes and grit my teeth through it.

In addition to that, Shan Gui unfortunately also ticks some other boxes on the "Bad VN" checklist. Still though, while putting my opinion into words I find myself thinking "Sure, there are embarrassing typos in the script that really should not exist in the age of spell checkers, but..." and "Yeah, the sightseeing web links in the middle of the in-game dialogue are pretty immersion-ruining, but..." and I just have this positive gut feeling about it as a whole. It seems like whatever it tried to do, it succeeded with me.

Many Steam users have yet to make their first contact with a visual novel, and I have to say that I can not generally recommend Shan Gui as a starter VN, simply because, for all intents and purposes, nothing much happens. So unless you specifically enjoy slow and meditative mood pieces, there's a decent chance you'll just find it boring.

Generally though, with the above caveats in mind, I'm going to take a bit of a leap and recommend that if you think it could be for you, you should sit down (preferably with a cup of good tea) and give Shan Gui a chance. If you're lucky, maybe you'll even learn something about yourself in the process.
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11 von 11 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. Januar
Sometimes "less" can be "more", and the simplicity of Shan Gui is what counts here in my opinion. The voice acting borders on average, the music is touching and the scenes are breath-taking. The plot itself involves a female tourist being guided by her mysterious friend (another girl) to real locations in the mountains. (Think "Go Go Nippon!" but in China).

The whole experience is like reading a short romance comic while listening to classical music in the background.

Personally, I can only wish that the friendship (relationship) between the two main characters was explored in greater detail. This can be somewhat of a disappointment especially for Yuri fans, unless the writer intends to make a continuation!

All in all, it's as short and straight-forward as a kinetic novel can get. There are no choices to be made to influence the story. Depending on how fast you read, you can finish the entire novel in an hour or less, at the same time, take in all the achievements with no effort. These factors may be pros for some, and cons for others.

Considering the novel's length and it's price (it's better when on sale!) then Shan Gui is a good deal.
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11 von 13 Personen (85%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
0.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. Februar
Sweet yuri and another good chinese VN: buy if u want
-sweet story
-child molesting
-achievements


cons are the very short time and the tortillas eyes
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10 von 13 Personen (77%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. Februar
Well, this game came close to being your stereotypical, Japane4se over sexualization of teens, but it stopped just barely short of that, which I was thankful for. Anyway, basically, this was an interactive novel wherein the heroine was wandering lost after a life changin event (revealed later in the game) and comes upon another girl who shows her around the area they are in, visiting sites and teaching the protagonist how to deal with that life changin event in a way that made her feel some joy rather than sadness, and gave her a means of connecting with the world around her as well.

This one could have turned bad quickly with the aforementioned over sexualizing, but tey managed to keep it just within the lines of what can be considered acceptable, and it ended up being more a tale of sisterly love and coping rather than....well something more than that.

Very pretty backdrops with all the locations in the area the story is hosted, with real life places which some of the dialogue is wiki linked to (within the game) for your perusal on your browser.

All told, I think I give this a 9 out of 10 for graphics, and a 6.5 out of 10 for a story that almost makes you cringe....almost. If they had distanced themselves a bit further from that aspect, the story would have been more like an 8 out of 10.

'nuff said
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10 von 13 Personen (77%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11. November 2014
This is a mixed review:

There are a number of reasons to recommend this game:

* You can 100% it in a couple of minutes by holding 'Space'.

* The card drops sell for a good price. (Why? See screenshots+below)

* If you find pleasure in lesbian erotica you chose the right game.

* The artwork is pretty.

Apart from that, there are some negatives:

* The game is a strictly linear Visual Novel. No choices are given.

* The dialogue is mostly tedious.

4/10
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6 von 6 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21. Februar
"Shan Gui is a short, linear, kinetic visual-novel set in Nanjing's gorgeous Purple Mountain." This is the admirably honest description on the Store page, a kind of honesty not easily found on the official description.
First things first: a kinetic visual-novel is one in which the player can't interact with the (linear) story, so don't expect this to be a VN proper; in other words, this is not a game - rather, it's a non-interactive mixed-media experience, and a rather good one at that.

It takes about an hour to complete, more if going through the Wiki links (more on this later), and even more if you'll take your time to sit (sometimes quite literally) and enjoy some of the little... "atemporalities" (pardon me) it offers. The replay value is absent - because this is not a game, bear with my redundancy - but this doesn't mean you won't find yourself drawn to re-experience some of the aforementioned time bubbles.

The story may appear a little plain/slow to the Westerner's eye, especially in the very beginning, but it catches up quickly; on the other hand, those acquainted with the East Asian cultural sphere and its peculiar mindset will take great pleasure on the many references - some rather obvious, others less so. This is why I strongly suggest to break the immersion and check out the Wikipedia links provided in-game (and perhaps follow up on those when the story is over).

The translation is decent both in English and German, there are some grammar errors and there's a certain ingenuity in the choice of words, with some nuances irremediably lost in translation. Both characters display some degree of naïveté, however, which makes that ingenuousness somehow fitting. The voice acting is fine as far as I'm concerned; 'tis certainly not the best I've ever heard, but it serves its purpose well enough. Another reviewer said that "the protagonist is consistently lacking any sort of enthusiasm", which can hardly be denied - but, given the plot, I think it may have been intended.

As to the "art" department, I found the soundtrack remarkable, the sound effects rather good and their timing effective. The backgrounds are gorgeus, and most of them can be "visited" using Google Earth's street view; the artwork is solid, although some scenes have the protagonists overly-sexualised, and while I realise that some if not most will welcome such a thing, I found it rather out-of-place. An utter buzzkill, actually, although that's pretty much the only real downside I stumbled upon during the whole experience, and it is an understandable marketing (and cultural) choice. Thankfully such buzzkills are not that common, and they ultimately had little impact on my enjoyment.

What else can be said? The controls are smooth and so are the transitions; the game can be run in fullscreen up to 1920x1080; 16:10 isn't supported, resulting in movie-like black bands on the top and bottom - not an issue due to the nature of the product (as in, a kinetic VN as opposed to a game). I suggest using headphones for a better experience, if only for the cicadas and thunderstorm.

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Did I enjoy it? Far more than I would've expected
Will I go back to it again? Yep.
Would I recommend it? Absolutely, and quite frankly I felt it was a steal at a 1,69€ sale, given that even with its shortcomings I'd still buy it at its full pricetag (4,99€), retrospectively.
But do keep in mind that this game is not for everyone, although I think I made that rather clear in this review.

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20 von 33 Personen (61%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
1.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15. Februar
Holding down the space button to get achievements simulator
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6 von 7 Personen (86%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
3.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. März
Hall of Fame

I freaking love Shan Gui. This game is gorgeuos. It really touches my heart, not the story exactly, but overall aspects of the game.

The art and music are really beautiful. I was quite immersed in it in that short about an hour gameplay. I listen to the music of this game for quite a while. It is quite relaxing. I enjoy different scenarios of the game too.

This game is short. It does not dragged on unnecessarily. The story is innocent and beautiful as well as the characters.

The translation isn't that good though when I first play it. After the patch, it is better and I come play it again. LOL.

There are some funny conversation if you have a dirty mind. But please don't. Really.

What I like about this game is that it doesn't really have stupid fan services. I'm quite sick of those sometimes to be honest. There might be some parts in the game that people may consider it as a fan service, but I don't think it's for you guys. It's for Han Hui. XD. This game is quite bitter-sweet and innocent, it wouldn't go along well with the fan services. But I don't know the dev true intentions, of course. But for people who really crave for these things, at the very least, it's not the same old breast-planting-operation or accidental-entrance-to-bahtroom/dressing room-operation either.

This review is subjected to my own opinion, of course. As I can see I might overhype it a bit for some people. (Meaning, personally, I think Shan Gui deserve every compliment I give). So this is here just in case.

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

5 stars
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7 von 9 Personen (78%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
2.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. Februar
This was such a treat, I couldn’t help but smile at the end. A simple, beautifully crafted story with an impressive amount of emotional depth and plenty of charming details. Do yourself a favor and make yourself some sweet (and I mean sweet!) tea while playing this.
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