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Kanon

Kanon

1999  Visual novelErogeFantasy - Sega Dreamcast Android iOS Microsoft Windows PlayStation Portable Sony PlayStation 2
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Kanon - Wikipedia Kanon (カノン?) is a Japanese adult visual novel developed by Key released on June 4, 1999 for Windows PCs. Key later released versions of Kanon without the erotic content, and the game was ported to the Dreamcast, PlayStation 2 and PlayS ...   more on Wikipedia
Comic Party

Comic Party

1999  Eroge - Sega Dreamcast Microsoft Windows PlayStation Portable
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Comic Party - Wikipedia Comic Party (こみっくパーティー, Komikku Pātī?), sometimes abbreviated to ComiPa, is a romantic adventure and dating sim video game by the Japanese game studio Leaf. It was first released on May 28, 1999 for ...   more on Wikipedia
Amagami

Amagami

2009  PlayStation Vita PlayStation Portable Sony PlayStation 2
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Amagami - Wikipedia Amagami (アマガミ, Amagami?, lit. "Gentle bite"[FN 1]), is a Japanese dating simulation game for the PlayStation 2 and the spiritual successor to KimiKiss, both of which were developed and published by Enterbrain. Amagami was released ...   more on Wikipedia
Nichijou

Nichijou

2011  Visual novel - PlayStation Portable
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Nichijou - Wikipedia Nichijou (日常, Nichijō?, lit. Everyday) is a Japanese comedy manga by Keiichi Arawi (あらゐ けいいち, Arai Keiichi?). The manga began serialization in the December 2006 issue of Kadokawa Shoten's manga magazine ...   more on Wikipedia