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Hapymaher (download)
Developer:
Genre:
Adventure
Specification:
Without Mosaics, Full Voice
Category:
Price:
$44.95    MG point:224
On Sale:
Jul 12, 2018
OS:
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
Reviews:
5.0 out of 5 (3 reviews)
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Alice Toriumi
A girl that appears in Tohru’s dreams. She claims to be able to wander from dream to dream, but there’s no way to prove it.

Her words and actions are often frustrating, because she seems to know various things but then it turns out she really doesn’t.

But it’s at least certain that she’s an ally of Tohru’s... Probably.

She is never really on her guard.
Saki Hasuno
Tohru’s childhood friend.

She used to be a good, honest girl, but after a certain point she became Tohru’s little sister,
and turned into a scary girl who entangles her brother in her wiles. (According to Tohru.)

And the scariest part is that she does so almost unconsciously, so her brother is always
troubled.

With circumstances being what they are, it’s not that she has a complex towards her brother.

Incidentally, her family are rich landowners.
Yayoi B. Lutwidge
Tohru’s sempai and the head of the school science club who has returned to Japan.

As her name suggests, she’s half Japanese, and as you can see, she has figure distinct from a Japanese person.

One mustn’t be deceived by her appearance, because she is always behaving in a calculating manner—or so she says, but Tohru thinks she mostly just relys on intuition.

But it’s impossible to know what she’s thinking behind that smile.
Keiko Hirasaka
Saki’s classmate and Tohru’s underclassman. The principal’s niece.

She doesn’t have many friends because she doesn’t talk much and often glares at people. She plays guitar as a hobby, and sometimes sings in front of the train station.

Often behaves coldly, and kept Tohru and co. at a distance at first. She doesn’t like Yayoi because the latter is over-familiar and it’s hard to know what she’s thinking.

It goes without saying that she’s from a well-off family.
Maia Naitou
The worst trauma that appears in Tohru’s dreams.

She’s the one behind him getting trapped in dreams.

But as long as he had lucid dreams, she wasn’t supposed to appear ever again.
Tetsuya Nezu
Tohru is a triple threat with his menacing expression, poor sociability, and tendency to collapse suddenly, but Tetsuya is a friend who tells him not to worry about it, like it’s no big deal.

He’s a thoughtless idiot, but he’s also a good, innocent person.

But it’s a pain when he and his girlfriend Asahi are together. In a sappy couple sort of way.
Asahi D. Lutwidge
Even though her hair and stuff obviously stand out, she is not showy. She is a comforting small animal. Always smiling, and none of her classmates have ever seen her get seriously angry.

She doesn’t mind Tohru’s more troublesome aspects, so she’s another one of his few friends. When she and Tetsuya are together they suddenly form their own world, so that’s a pain.

In a sappy couple sort of way.
Mia Takahara
An employee of the company Saki’s father runs, she is currently under company orders to act as Saki’s chaperon.

Driving away the pesky insects who approach Saki is part of her job, and towards her greatest enemy at the moment, Tohru, she harbors mixed feelings of trust and hostility.

Required CPU: Pentium III 1.2GHz
Recommended CPU: Pentium 4 2.0GHz
Required Memory: 512MB
Recommended Memory: 1024MB
Required Resolution: 1024x576
Recommended Resolution: 1280x720
Required Colors: True Color (32bit)
Required Graphics: VRAM 128MB
Required HDD Free Space: 4GB
DirectX: DirectX 9.0c


Really great story!
UriahKurai
There will be no spoilers in this review. All I'll say is that this game is really amazing, if you're into eroge with longer stories this will be right up your alley. The general setting involves dreams with the main character, Tohru, being capable of lucid dreaming and remembering the exact details of his dreams after a certain incident occured. Unlike the previously localized "ChronoClock" by the same studio, the H-scenes are part of the story and not just limited to the extras.

As for the heroines themselves: My personal favourite heroine from this game is Saki her personality is really interesting and her interactions with the other characters, especially Tohru, can be hilarious. Keiko is also a favourite of mine, I wouldn't call her a kuudere or dandere however she's kinda the lone wolf type and her annoyed personality leads to some great interactions. Alice is something else all together, you can't really talk about her without spoiling the story, although at her first appearance she seems like a token deredere girl there is more to her than that. Yayoi is the older girl heroine of this game and it's hard to judge her personality because you never quite know when she's being her true self, she's quite the tease towards just about every other character. Finally, Maia in the early parts of the story plays somewhat of an antagonistic role, in some routes she continues that role while in others she doesn't really play a part. Maia doesn't really get much screentime in general rather unfortunately.

The story is set up as 8 chapters separated by interludes and the 8th chapter is the main chapter for the heroine who's ending you chose. The first bad end is in the second chapter if you make the wrong choice, and if you fail to enter a route the game ends in the seventh chapter. Also, since the game is so story focused, you may get confused depending on the order you do the heroine routes, another reviewer listed the order he recommended for clearing the routes I followed that order and understood the story quite well in the end, despite the fact the story really does mess with your mind.

I personally think the game is worth the money you have to pay to get it, however if you'd prefer to wait for a sale that's also reasonable.
Really deep stuff...
BlackDuke
This game is certainly not for everyone - only for true connoisseurs.

If you like simple, straightforward stories that merely provide the fillers between tons of H-Scenes or supply a way to spend an hour of leisure time every other day, better turn to other games. But if you are willing to immerse yourself into a twisted, emotional tale full of tragic, moving scenes, multi-faceted characters and lots of great one-liners, you should definitely consider playing Hapymaher. Oh, and it also has a really good soundtrack, by the way - and arguably the best getaway vehicle in the history of entertainment;-)

Someone once told me that the measure of good art is its ability to evoke a true emotional response from you. If that's true, then to me, Hapymaher certainly is great art: there were times I sat on the edge of my seat at the trials of Tohru and his friends. Sure, I used skip during the common route after the first two character playthroughs (the common route is a bit long and mostly uniform), but as soon as the individual routes started, I really got what I paid for.

So once again: if you like games that give you more than the usual fare of the business, then try this one out. Hopefully enough people will buy it to make MG consider adapting the fandisc - I'm anxious to see how the story continues!
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