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Rin was just buying a snack in her hometown’s shopping district一but she gets a shock when her surroundings suddenly transform.
High schooler Rin was just buying a snack in her hometown’s shopping district一but she gets a shock when her surroundings suddenly transform.
“…Why is the sky pink…?”
She should know this area well, but the unreadable letters on the signs and the strange language the people are speaking have made things unrecognizable.
…Just then, Ruka, a girl so cute she could be an idol, appears and extends a helping hand.
Rin, a high schooler who claims to have positivity in spades, and Ruka, a supportive girl who speaks just a smattering of Japanese.
This is the story, pure and sometimes frustrating, of two girls intertwined by their fumbling efforts to communicate.
Features & Specs
- Developer: Sukesuparo
- Rating/Content: All-Ages
- Voice: Fully voiced
- Genre: Yuri, educational
- Language: English text
So you are learning a bit of Japanese with this game? Did I get this right?
You can probably learn a little Japanese by comparing the spoken lines to the written ones, but that’s not what it’s teaching. It’s teaching Esperanto, though in-game they call it Juliano.
I don’t think so. I see no kanji or kana in the screenshots. Seems more like Russian symbols or the like?
The various “odd” looking characters are the script for Juliamo, which is what the language of Ruka’s world is called in-game. That being said though, while the game calls it “Juliamo” for setting purposes, it’s actually the real-world language of Esperanto.
It’s Esperanto, in this case.
In this game, you learn a bit of Esperanto.