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Jan 23, 2009 | 8:49 AM EST

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College Romance is a visual novel that follows a protagonist (you) as you go through your last year of college. It is a story of love, relationships, and fun. Meet five different young women, and learn about who they are, as well as \"dating\" them. Multiple endings for each means there's a lot of story to be explored.

Click on the text box to move to the next page. Some pages will show several options to pick from, click to pick the path you want to take. What works for one girl may not work so well for another. Click the Menu button on each page to change sound options, start over, or to Save or Load a game.

Note: This uses Mochi's Version Control so if the game appears to "hang" after the preloader, just refresh.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I need to find some college boys


Rated 5 / 5 stars

this game is great! and i love that the game was made one day before my birthday <333

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Really cool game. but i thought if you dated 2 girls they would both et super pissed. xD

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I played this game so many times, I even bought the sequel. Also I love how the writer put his wife in the game (Annette). I wish there was more games just like this that were in English, I wish I could speak/read Japanese so I could enjoy so many other games like this.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

A fine visual novel, but certain points of characterization are either lacking, or outright annoying...

Annette's is flirtatious to the point of feeling not merely absurd, but slightly creepy. Honestly, I felt stalked by her, and wanted nothing to do with her. It felt like a cruel prank that once I wandered into her life, I had no method of escaping. Also... a bit of mood whiplash when I go from screaming 'ANNETTTE!!!' to, 'Oh well. Back in my room, no worse for wear.'

Becky's characterization felt kind of two-dimensional: a stereotypical 'Suthern' waitress looking for sex, and not much else.

Linda seemed... well, kind of bitchy, honestly. The sudden paranoid accusations she throws at you when you claim you 'Walk to school all the time!' are neurotic to the point of absurdity.

That said, I felt Julie and Carla both had rather intriguing personalities, and I found Carla's hand-job scene absolutely hysterical, and Julie's kick was pretty cute, too... Both of these characters' storylines had a good balance of light-hearted, romantic comedy, and painful, sympathy-grabbing back-story. Many writer neglect to give their character positive and negative traits, particularly when they're writing romance. It's genuinely refreshing to find a romantic story that doesn't rely on wide-eyed, idolized Mary Sues.

I haven't played too many visual novels, so I might be being excessively generous, but I found this story to be quite charming, and I hope you will continue to produce visual novels like this one. Well done!

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