The Expression Amrilato - kouryuu9

When you wish upon a star, dreams can come true!

As a child, Takaya loved the world and all the possibilities within it, weaving fantastical tales about the world around him, filling it with princesses, robots, rabbits in the moon, and more. Yet as he grew up and learned the truth - that none of those were real - he grew disillusioned with reality and retreated into books. His childhood friend Yua was the only one to stick with him, telling him stories and inviting him to gaze upon the stars with her. Yet once he wishes upon a shooting star, the stars rain down upon his world, transforming it to fantasy. Will Takaya stick with Yua when the chance to live out his fairy tales awaits? Will he try to confront the mystery of the fantasies laid before him?

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The Expression Amrilato - kouryuu9


From the masters of localization at MangaGamer comes a stunning linguistic achievement - a yuri visual novel that will teach readers Esperanto - The Expression: Amrilato!

At first glance, The Expression: Amrilato is an all-ages yuri tale of a girl named Rin who's suddenly whisked away to another world, a rather common tale in anime, manga, and games. Yet what truly makes The Expression: Amrilato so unique and wonderful is the language barrier Rin faces. Though the girl who takes Rin in, Ruka, speaks a small spattering of Rin's language, the language of this other world is entirely foreign and unknown to Rin. Lost in a world where she's unable to communicate with others, Rin and the reader both must struggle together to learn the language of the world she finds herself in, which is represented with the actual language, Esperanto.

Players will be thrust head first into Rin's predicament, surrounded by a world that communicates only in Esperanto, with her savior Ruka struggling to teach her their language. As the story unfolds, The Expression: Amrilato introduces language lessons that teach Rin and the player how to understand Esperanto, with the text in-game constantly evolving to show Rin's incomplete knowledge of the language, whether it's none at all, solely pronunciation of words, or whole words and phrases. As the language barrier falls, so too do the barriers keeping Rin and Ruka apart.

The game even features an extensive quiz-style study mode for those who are dedicated to learning Esperanto! Those looking to use The Expression: Amrilato as a legitimate tool for learning Esperanto will not be disappointed either. All the Esperanto text in game was officially supervised and approved by the National Esperanto Association in Japan, and English experts on Esperanto have further reviewed the localizations for accuracy as well.

This heart-warming tale and amazing educational tool is now available on Steam, so order your copy today and get 20% off!
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