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Charms of Lavender Blue

Charms of Lavender Blue by Waffrus and Clara is a sweet visual novel about a girl whose love life is a bit more complex than most. She's just discovered her family is under a curse, and without a pair of magical pendants, anyone who loves her will ultimately try to kill her. Not that she's got love on her mind now that she's back at school... but gosh her old friend Pierce sure is acting coldly to her all of a sudden. To play, just click the text box to advance the story, and click any options to make your choice when they pop up. Despite lacking some of the more basic functions of visual novels, like the ability to scroll back through text or manually save and load whenever you please (which would have been handy since at least one of the choices is poorly worded based on the text that comes before it), Charms of Lavender Blue is still a sweet little story that's well told and beautifully illustrated. Since the story jumps ahead so often, it does tend to feel rushed, so Nabi and Pierce never really get the character development they need considering the subject matter, which is all wrapped up very abruptly, making this a light snack instead of a meal of a tale even with its multiple endings. Still, the game definitely has cute and sweet in spades, and it'll likely appeal to anyone who's a fan of lighthearted romcom anime-style plots, making Waffrus someone to keep your eye on.

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Cute little snack. Any idea how many endings there are? I found three and am wondering if there are any more. Can't think of what else there could be, lol.

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hyperspeed100 March 3, 2015 2:52 AM

Okay so there's one part that needs to be made clearer because its misleading:

When Pierce leans in a second and time and asks if he can kiss you then asks "Is that a no?", your options are then Yes/No.
It is not clarified that saying no meant "No I don't want to kiss you" instead of "No, my answer is not a no." I wanted to accept the kiss, but instead rejected by accident as the result.

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