Not actually twins

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#1 by mrkew
2020-05-19 at 06:47
Despite the title, the two girls are not twins, or even sisters. They just live in the same orphanage. This is said in the prologue - link "We don't have a family, so we think of friends as our family. Tomari is my friend, so she is my family."
I completed the whole game and there's no further information about the family situation, just that they were both (separately) abandoned as babies. I downvoted heroine twin sisters and shimaidon with twins, but it needs to be downvoted more to cancel out previous votes.

Also, since there's no GD for this, let me just mention how great this game is. I don't know why the circle decided to market the game with this description (their site is same as on DLsite), but it's a bit more serious than that. Three damaged individuals striving to become a family. A few more points:
-the girls are erokawaii all the way through
-the whole piano OST is absolutely amazing
-the only disappointing thing is that the protagonist is not a virginLast modified on 2020-05-19 at 06:47
#2 by erohatasensei
2020-05-19 at 14:54
Big lolicon!!!!!!!
#3 by literallolicon
2020-05-19 at 17:59
ughh... sounds generic to meLast modified on 2020-05-19 at 17:59
#4 by mrkew
2020-05-19 at 18:40
#2 Yes
#3 If by generic you mean generic loli nukige, then no.
Here's a small excerpt from the game link - an abandoned child wanting to die from depression because she will never be on equal ground to others. Orphans and unwanted children feel like sick people. "If only I would get better", "If only this was just a dream", "If only I was normal". She is destined to be viewed with pity as a lesser individual, so her only way forward is to find an equally damaged person and make it so they can never go back.
Someone here made a review of the whole series a few months back, give it a read link
#5 by lunaflina
2020-05-21 at 14:21
Aye, love to see some other views on the series

Don't remember why the girls were introduced as twins either and it really wasn't a thing to bother about after reading for me, but that serves as a marketing point for some. It could perhaps be a change after drafting the project, seeing how religious viewpoints also affect these games quite a bit, but only the writer knows.

Should also mention that the series is completely opposite from being generic. Those who can see the problems of being alive will see the appeal of it. If you are happy with your life, there are no reasons to sit through and read the game really.


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