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In the prologue, he collapses from a major heart attack.
Due to his heart condition, he transfers to Yamaku High School in class 3-3, and although initially resentful of his placement in a school for those with disabilities, he eventually adapts to his new lifestyle.
On June 6, 2015, Four Leaf Studios announced the end of support and development for the visual novel and official translation projects, concluding with a final bug/typo patch.
They released the English script files in full and instructions on how to patch in and distribute any future fan translations into languages not included in the final official version.
Most of the art, sound, and animation assets used in the game are original and were created for the game by a dedicated team of artists on the development forums.
Act 1 has since been updated for several additional languages; as of Act 1's fifth version, English, French, Italian, Japanese, Russian, German, Hungarian, and both Traditional and Simplified Chinese are included.
The French-language version was made available for download on July 8, 2013.
The full visual novel has been released officially in English, French, Spanish and Japanese.
Lilly is the class representative of 3-2, a class composed of students who are blind or partially blind (including Kenji); she has been blind since birth.is a bishōjo-style visual novel by Four Leaf Studios that tells the story of a young man and five young women living with varying disabilities.The game uses a traditional text and sprite-based visual novel model with an ADV-style text box running on the Ren'Py visual novel engine.Hisao feels guilty whenever she pouts, equating her expression to that of a sad puppy.
Emi is Rin's friend and hall mate due to both having extremely passionate vocations and complementary disabilities.
From January 2007, the sketch was discussed extensively on the 4chan image board, and a development group was assembled from users of 4chan and other internet communities, who are of various nationalities; not necessarily Japanese.