Nenshou! For Girls
ねんしょう！ for Girls
|Title||Nenshou! For Girls|
|Original title||ねんしょう！ for Girls|
|Developer||Creative Freaks Inc.|
|Publishers||Creative Freaks Inc.|
“Burn your fat with me!!” series is a fitness app/dating sim that provides players with the motivation to work out through moé, a Japanese term describing that heart-melting feeling you get when you see an adorable female anime character.
|Katsuragi Kei桂城 敬|
|Voiced by||Jon Bullock (English)|
Namikawa Daisuke (Japanese)
One grade above the player. Kei is the star actor at "Kiageha", Ootori Academy's prestigious theater troupe. Top-notch acting skills coupled with beautiful features and extraordinary physical prowess has made him a darling of the industry despite still being a student. Kei is also a skilled cook after spending time helping out at his family's restaurant in the countryside.
|Kujou Shinobu玖条 恣伸|
|Voiced by||Kobayashi Yuusuke (Japanese)|
Michael Kovach (English)
Attends Ootori Academy’s rival, Suzaku Academy. He’s the star performer in the Suzaku theatre troupe and a friend of Kei’s. He is also the heir to his family’s zaibatsu corporation, Kujou Group. Due to his wealthy upbringing and being raised to believe we was the best at everything, he’s very lax so he tends to spoil himself and others.
|Maizono Touma舞園 統馬|
|Voiced by||Howard Wang (English)|
Kimura Ryouhei (Japanese)
Same grade as player. Handsome, smart, and athletic to boot, Touma was born with a multitude of talents and can seemingly do just about anything with natural skill. A particularly talented dancer, Touma has represented Japan at several international junior dance competitions, returning home with excellent results on each occasion.
|Shiba Ryuuji司馬 龍司|
|Voiced by||Curtis Arnott (English)|
Konishi Katsuyuki (Japanese)
Teacher at Ootori Academy and director of Kiageha theater troupe. Ryuji was highly sought-after in his youth for his talent as both an actor and playwright, but retired from theater for reasons unknown. He got the job teaching and directing at Ootori through the influence of an aquiantance.