It is the end of summer. Han Hui, a university student, meets a mysterious young girl named He Jia in the mountains. After this chance meeting, the two embark on a delightful journey.
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"A poorly-voiced anime with big boobs meets a child with a strange face. The child takes her clothes off. Their boobs collide."

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16 Junho

Ver 1.32

Temporarily fixed the voices issue which stops too early.
Fixed the looping issue for few BGMs.

We may redo the post-production for all voices after a period of time.


临时性修复部分配音断尾的问题。
修复部分BGM循环时衔接不畅的问题。

过段时间所有配音的后期将全部重做。

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28 Maio

Ver 1.31

Font and Engine updated.

更新了字体和引擎。

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It is the end of summer. Han Hui, a university student, meets a mysterious young girl named He Jia in the mountains. After this chance meeting, the two embark on a delightful journey.

Shan Gui is a short, linear, kinetic visual-novel set in Nanjing's gorgeous Purple Mountain. It follows the adventure of two young girls as they tour the park, attempting to recount faded childhood memories. Han Hui is moody and depressed until she eventually becomes enraptured by He Jia's overwhelming warmth and happiness. In He Jia, Han Hui finds respite from her sadness and a brand new friend... a friend who may be more than she suggests.

Requisitos do Sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    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
    Minimum:
    • Processor: 1.2 GHz Pentium 4
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Integrated Graphics
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB available space
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87 de 91 pessoas (96%) acharam esta análise útil
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1.5 hrs em registo
Publicada: 7 Março
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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22 de 28 pessoas (79%) acharam esta análise útil
1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
2.2 hrs em registo
Publicada: 22 Março
Pros:
- Bright beautiful art
- Characters are voiced
- Pretty soundtrack
- Visits some places in china which is interesting
- I liked He Jia she was very sweet and cheerful. Besides the art and music He Jia is the only thing I liked about the game.

Cons:
- Bad voice acting, Han Hui has no emotion in her voice whatsoever.
- This isn't really a con per se but you can't make any choices and there are no branching storylines.
- Again not really a con for everyone but the game is really short.
-The story is so simple that there is no interesting plot elements such as a conflict or event. I kept on waiting for something interesting to happen but nothing did.
-This games pace takes a leisurely stroll, very slow and no real plot elements. It reminds me a lot of "slice of life" animes. I love "slice of life" animes but only if they have some sort of impact or message, I felt this had none.
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23 de 39 pessoas (59%) acharam esta análise útil
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0.8 hrs em registo
Publicada: 15 Abril
voice acting gave me cancer
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5 de 5 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
2.0 hrs em registo
Publicada: 5 Julho
I play a lot of visual novels, and in general it doesn't have to be good for me to enjoy it. I liked the art, but this game was jsut boring. It is a kinectic novel, which means no choices, but I do not even remember what the story was about. Quickly I got bored and just started clicking to unlock the achievements.
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2.6 hrs em registo
Publicada: 13 Julho
Shan Gui is only the 2nd VN that i've tried (i didn't like the 1st one i tried), & i thought it was fairly good.
It was very cheap ($1.50 on sale), & it's also on some "Easy 100% Perfect Games" list's that i've seen. So there's a couple of reasons to try it.

The story (which i won't go into), was cute, but nothing special. It did have a little (kinda predictable) surprise at the end though. It was a resonabe story, only lasting around 40min's, but it was a relaxing & entertaining 40min's. The story also had Wikipedia-Links for some of the more famous landmarks & legends mentioned during the story, which i thought was a nice touch, & helped give history & tourist info to the non-japanese reader/player (?).
The art was similarly adequate, but not awe-inspiring. Manga style still pics of character models were nice, but nothing flashy. While oil-paint type background pics, would show the landscapes mentioned in the story.

Overall, i liked Shan Gui, even though it had no direct player/reader (?) interaction other than clicking when wanting to read a new line of text, & advance the story. I'm not sure what the full-price is, but it was definatly worth the $1.50 that i paid. Even though it was under 1hr of play/read (?) time, i liked what i was given, & would even buy a sequel if there is one.
So if ur not sure about VN's, try this with an open mind & u might b as surprised as i was.
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