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Name: PeroPero Candy (77.78% in 9 votes)
Type: ADV
Platform: WINDOWS
Company: Mink
Release date: 1996
Reviewed by: Helmut

In the game I'm a usual guy. One day when a date has been blown up, in the street I meet up a agent who introduces me into a H shop (Image Club). I'm unwilling because it may be coarse, but he confidently says to me that there's a pretty girl in the shop, so I change my mind and get in. Yes! A beautiful and nice girl CANDY welcomes me. From now on the story's simple. We talk familiarly for a while and take a H situation-play. It's repeated so every time I visit the shop. From time to time I meet up a girl in the street who resembles CANDY in appearance but she says she doesn't know me. Who's she? You can get known it as you clear the game.

GAMEPLAY: It's too easy to call it a game. It's like a visual novel. There're no commands such as look, talk, move. You can only go to the shop or save, load, quit game. In conversation with CANDY she puts me a few questions about hobby, favorite, opinion etc. According to my answers CANDY's love points increase or decrease. The situation-plays are various. I take the role of a patient or a doctor in Hospital, a student or a teacher in school. And we play in a train or a home also. In addition I have other options about her role, tool, H position etc. I've viewed just 10% of all possible patterns when I've ended the game and cleared 97% of CGs. Each choice of the situation affects the love points. Maybe to get points isn't difficult. I've cleared the game when I've got 91% points.

GRAPHICS: The CGs are various and good. But they all are of one girl CANDY. You can enjoy them easily. Colors and outlines have been well drawn. Each play consists of several H CGs.

MUSIC: The music is of usual level. It's refined. It offers lively voices also, when you give it system-commands such as save, load, or quit and so on. The voices mean "Do you want to save a game?" "Yes, I will." "Cheer up!" etc.

I'm not fluent in English and Japanese, so please forgive and correct me if there's any error in this review.
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