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I, Too, Saw Dreams Through Air


  • Language: English

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This is a fairy-tale type novel game in two parts, each part written independently -- one by Yuki, the other by Ritsu.

 

The Caged Vagrant -Yuki's story- (branching)

The story of an amnesiac who slowly comes to reconstruct the world through conversations with a very strange and special friend.

 

Plumerai -Ritsu's story- (linear)

The Plumerai, which stretches out from the sky like some gargantuan hand. And the countless number of birds who attack this cloud...

 

[AT2005].exe"]ITSDTASetup[insani][AT2005].exe - 8.6 MB



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