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Name: Koi no Floating Mine (13.33% in 3 votes)
Type: ADV
Platform: WINDOWS
Company: Active
Release date: 1997
Reviewed by: Tabris

Overview:
Life is always hard for a student who have to transfer in to a school, especially the fact that you need to start over. But there are always exceptions...

Story: 65%
Like many AVGs, this game takes place as you being a High school student. You the player, acts as a transfer student new to the school and you are being introduced all around. You enter as an up class man being the last year in school and you think that you would need some time to adjust to the new environment. Nevertheless, you meet a whole bunch of girls (not very surprising) and gets involved with them. Not a very original story but considering this game is released in 1998, it is typical since that time, this type of story is a hit.

H Content: 60%
Very few H pictures for each girl, around 4-5 to a girl. Not bad graphics though.

Graphics: 60%
Very little CGs per character. Although the graphics aren't bad, most of the CGs are H scenes and you only get about 13 cgs per character. This is a bad point since there is not much special events that entices the story.

Gameplay: 50%
A simply AVG meant to be clicked through. There are just choices on where to go after school and where to take the girl on a date. Very simplistic game play. There is so much potential to the gameplay but this game went soft. All there is that you the player does is respond to the weekends. There are much things to do on the week and there arent much special events either. Thus making the game a very very quick game.

Sound: 60%
Well, this game uses midi files so it is not that interesting. Though very original.

Extras: 80%
A lot of extras but nothing really useful. There is the normal BGM and CG mode and then there are three other modes. the first one introduces other stuff the staff did, the second and third one talks about the game and where the girls are located after school and etc.

Rating: 61%
A very easy game to get through. Fairly quick game play, especially with the speed read command. Think of it as a shortened (REAL short) kakyusei.
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