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The Flower that Symbolizes Small Happiness and Love… Review of [140829] Harenochi kitto nanohana biyori

Foreword: So when you have a Parasol game, you’re pretty much thinking: “Oh, a loli charage? My body (and tissues) are ready!”

… Okay fine, that’s how I thought.

and Oh shit was I wrong. I did NOT expect a game like this. From the first hour, I was slapped with the game’s great flow and gentle pacing that was literally shouting, “WHAT IS THIS BLACK MAGIC?!”

But in all seriousness, this was a great game. Yes, you do have your loli in here, but the story is something I really have to commend this one for, and even when there’s one critically negative factor that’s prevalent in all of Parasol’s games, you’ll see how this “negative” element was completely missing in one of the routes.

Despite all these positives, the game is STILL considered incomplete due to both the protagonist being really insignificant (or at least really shallow) in most of the story, as well as the story not making a full conclusion (it makes one to a certain extent, but it was done unsatisfactory)

But don’t let that scare you away. Some players will comment how Parasol is like a last-resort game for when they have too much free time (you know who you are), but this game should be on the top of your list!

P.S. Sorry that due to exam week (on the 3rd week of school!) and work has pushed me to be relatively slow with finishing games. I try to finish games as fast as possible, so please be patient! I promise to make at least two reviews a month… hopefully!

Title: 晴のちきっと菜の花びより (Harenochi kitto nanohana biyori) [Lit. Trans: The clear “skies” is certainly nanohana weather]
Producers: Parasol
Release Date: August 29, 2014
VNDB Link: http://vndb.org/v14886
Getchu Link: http://www.getchu.com/soft.phtml?id=805379
Game Type: Slice of life romance novel with fantasy themes

Summary: Haruma recently got discharged from the hospital. As he comes to school a month late and unable to make friends, a girl named Amane reaches out to him and offers to be his friend. Finding this strange but grateful, he accepts her friendship. Back home, his childhood friend Konomi awaits him at the flower shop, and soon, an upperclassman named Karin will join in the group of friends.

However, everything changes with the introduction of a small girl named Nanoka, who sits close to Haruma. He originally mistakes her for a classmate’s younger sister, but it turns out that this girl barely half his height is the same age as him! (ロリきったぁぁぁ!)

With another friend, Haruma soon finds out that this strange girl wants to reform the Gardening Club. Already having knowledge of flowers already, Haruma offers his help and advice, and with the various friends around him, the two will try to revive the club that once died down.

At the beginning of the story, Jun (the guy on the left) makes some really nice jokes that’ll make you laugh.
He’s acts both the comical and the “reliable oni-san” character.