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ChronoClock

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PrefaceNext in line to manage a multi-million dollar corporation is our protagonist, Rei Sawatari.
He inherited one very important heirloom from his late grandfather: a single pocket watch that grants him a mysterious power—

'The power to go five minutes back in time.'

It's an ability he can use as many times as he wants. Convenient as that might sound, with five measly minutes, it's not exactly easy to make the most of it.
There's no telling what he could accomplish if he manages to make good use of his newfound potential. Should he be so inclined to, he could even save the world...
But what's the point in doing something so cliché and grandiose?

Meet our protagonist once more... a boy who wields his time-traveling powers to indulge in fun adventures, talk to cute girls, and maybe even find a girlfriend. Thus marks the beginning of his ridiculous school rom-com adventure.PrologueUnbeknownst to his fellow classmates, Rei Sawatari has spent his years putting together a list of cute girls.
One after another, he would confess to these girls to gauge their interest in him, before using the power of his pocket watch to turn back time.
An ingenious strategy that is virtually free of risk.

After school, on a day just like that...

A girl falls to her death from the school rooftop. Panicked screams erupted, as her innards splattered on the pavement.
Turning back time to see for himself what in the world happened, he frantically made his way up to the roof and threw open the door. He was greeted by a scene he never expected.
Suzuki Miu, a first-year girl, was right in the middle of confessing her feelings to his best friend... as Rei waltzed in at the worst possible moment.

Not only is Miu painfully shy, but luck never seems to be on her side. Naturally, it took her everything she had and more just to work up the courage to convey her feelings.
In contrast, Rei is only able to confess his feelings with the help of his pocket watch — something he admits himself. Moved by the strange girl and her determination, he decides to do everything in his power to make her second confession succeed.
That is how their bizarre three-way relationship came to be.

Meanwhile, our protagonist has to somehow gather up the courage to confess his feelings to one of the other heroines.

This is only the first page of Rei Sawatari's story.
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Purple Software
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Sekai Project
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Website
https://sekaiproject.com/products/chronoclock/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7 or above
  • Processor: 1.2 GHz Pentium 4
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1280 x 720
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectSound-compatible sound card
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Microsoft from Italian
IT I apologize for not addressing users in English, but I prefer to speak correctly in Italian. ChronoClock is a Japanese Visual Novel, the story focuses on a young boy who from one day to the next, finds himself in his hand the power to go back in time of 5 minutes (as long as you spend at least an hour if you used it previously). The Protagonistra will end up interacting with as many as 6 girls, with the possibility to decide which one to attend (through the system "dating sim" and the related "routes"), however two of these (those of Cro and Miu) are unlockable only after having undertaken the other 4; In my opinion is an incentive to the player to enjoy all the stories to get to the conclusion to 100%, a note of merit (since in other VN once traveled a route, the others leave them in oblivion) especially if in this case Cro and Miu arouse you s Impathy as well as curiosity. Only thing, the system "dating sim" is very limited, and the actions to be performed (that compared to the total time of play, are an infinitesimally small part), you immediately understand who you want to stay and what route to undertake. Character design: At an excellent level-excelled, nothing to say, the characters are drawn well, each of them has different characteristic signs, both on a physical and behavioural level; The protagonist impressed me very much, proves very intelligent, thoughtful, empathetic and thoughtful but also sarcastic and prankster (and sometimes with perverse thoughts), making it a type that represents the classic "student, as well as being a" versatile "type In all the routes, also doing a little ' shoulder ' to the girls; I note that the author likes "The Strong sizes", not that it is a bad point, but it is right to make it clear that most of the girls are well "gifted". Setting and Design: At an excellent level-excelled, even here I know a work not indifferent, with environments sometimes animated as during the train journey, the waves of the sea or, speaking of animation of the characters, the fluctuation in the air of Cro; I would say overall, design of places and characters I loved. OST: I appreciated it very much, certainly has well accompanied the various scenes, giving that Pizzicco of emotionality, and sometimes, catalyzing the emotions that arose from them. My favorite BGM are "Their Chronicle (Instrumental)" and "Maid in the U.K.", of course the others are also very pleasant, but these I have appreciated in a particular way, especially in the key scenes. Favorite character: Although at the moment I completed a single route (that of D.D.), just she caught my attention: a non-ordinary character, of English origin, moved to Japan to meet the boyfriend that his grandfather wanted to marry, Dedicated to his role as a maid, passionate about Japanese food but also of video games, anime and manga, literally a otaku... Besides this there are further problems (whose signs are noticed slightly during the history and that only towards the end will make sense, showing us also the seriousness of them-no spoiler-)... All this, along with the reflections and thoughts of the protagonist, made sure that I was literally caught on his wheels, feeling very involved in the last chapters, and especially in his Ending. Among the things that impressed me is also the jokes of his sister Michiru, who with his timing manages to snatch a smile several times, with his perverse claims to his brother (even in the presence of other girls), especially because it proves contrastive with The personality from "Yamato Nadeshiko" which often maintains; I also carry out attitudes such as Misaki's reactions to teasing or Makoto's reaction to rabbits. Note: The game on Steam is in version + 17, so it is not the full version that encloses the scenes hentai, let's face it, are the Ciliegiena on the cake, are boys, are young, there is to scandalize... Overall, I consider it subjectively a masterpiece in many respects (as above above); The price is feasible for this version, while for the complete one, depending on where you search, it could be somewhat prohibitive, so I recommend to buy it during the sale periods, or to take this version in the hope of finding the "DLC + 18". "ChronoClock" is a title that I highly recommend, both to the hardened eaters of VN, and to those who have just overlooked.
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