Amagami: A Sweet and Romantic Visual Novel for PC
The gameplay consists in stacking the falling shapes, called "Tetrominos", each composed of four blocks, trying to leave the least gaps as possible, since if a full line of blocks is created, it is cleared and awards points, while if the blocks reach the top of the field it's Game Over.
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Since they're all puzzle games, most of them don't have any kind of storyline, so it might seem not appropriate to consider it a fictional series, however some of them do have a storyline with characters interacting with the tetrominos, such as Tetris Plus, and others feature the Tetrominos as living beings such as Kids Tetris, so we can say that at least at some point, the Tetris series told a story, making it a fictional series.
Many Tetris games have been released in the years, and its difficult to say which is a new game, which is a remake, and which is a port of the same game, as most of them are basically the same game with minor changes or extra modes. Here we listed a total of 102 releases, including four games in the Tris series, which we consider a sub-series of Tetris but it might instead be treated as a separate thing.
Additionally the game Tetris Attack, released in August 1996 for SNES/Super Famicom and Game Boy is often considered part of the series, but since it's actually just the western release of Yoshi no Panepon with the name "Tetris" added to it, we don't consider it a proper entry in the Tetris series.
Despite Tetris being a sub-series of the Tris series, all link pages on this wiki refer to Tetris instead of Tris, because of Tetris being much more popular than Tris in general, because there only are four Tris games that are not "Tetris" and because many people actually consider the other Tris games part of the Tetris series.
Note: due to the abstract nature of the Tetris series, direct crossovers usually count as arguable type 1 links; other interactions generally count as type 1 links when Tetrominos appear as real elements in other series, or when characters from other series directly interact with the tetrominos within a Tetris game; if a Tetris game simply has a theme from another series, it is counted as a type 2 link, considering those themes just images of a fictional series within the Tetris game.
In the game's story mode, Yukiko has become a more accomplished chef, and when she learns that the Midnight Channel has returned, she grows concerned, especially after Yukiko learns from Rise's manager that she has gone missing. She meets up with the others to investigate the TV world which has been reformed to resemble Yasogami High. Yukiko and the others are dragged into the strange tournament devised by General Teddie and finds herself fighting her friends, all the while trying to protect the boxed lunch she made, unfortunately which is later discovered to have been ruined.
Yukiko is a zoning character whose style of gameplay resembles the regular Megami Tensei JRPGs: buffing and using magic while pestering enemies with projectiles. Armed with fire spells, she is typically played at medium-to-long range, shutting down her opponent's approaches, and can attempt to get them off with her Furious Action, Dia, which will heal her, and also act as a kind of less costly burst, throwing the opponent across the screen, as well as healing her. She can also hold down the button(s) she uses for Agi to set up a difficult situation to get out of or fool them into thinking it's safe to traverse.
All the while, Yukiko needs to find opportunities to use Fire Boost/Amp to increase the damage from her Agi spells as well as look for unblockable setups with Fire Break. She is, however, severely limited at short range and heavily dependent on her Persona to maintain her defense and extend her offense. Thus a Persona Break is especially limiting as many of her primary options are lost. She also has poor vitality and though she can heal it, Dia is not reliable as she sits still while using it and, if they read it, can predict when they will use it to punish them. On the other hand, once she reaches Awakening she can be quite a threat thanks to her heightened defense and Maragidyne, and her Instant Kill, In Full Bloom, is known to be one of, if not, the best finishers in the game due to its lack of superflash and ability to punish moves with poor recovery.
Taking place during the Persona Q timeline, immediately following the Yasogami Beauty Pageant, a mysterious clock tower bell is heard by her and the rest of her team members, prompting Yukiko to tell the others about the "Seven Wonders of Yasogami High," including one of its myths stating that if you hear the bells to the end, you die. After the Investigation Team is transported to an alternate dimension school that bears an extreme resemblance to Yasogami, they encounter two "students" named Zen and Rei and a new group of Persona users called SEES, who all agree to leave this place together, dividing themselves into Team Gekkou and Team Yaso. During P4 side's story, Yukiko forms a strong, sisterly bond with Rei, when Rei asks if she can call her "Yuki-chan" (not only a nickname Teddie, Kasai and some others use on Yukiko, but also similar to Yuki, Rei's only friend when she was alive), stating that Yukiko is like a big sister to her, and Yukiko gladly accepts, often acting as moral support for Rei. Yukiko takes great joy in the Evil Spirit Club, finding it hilarious rather than scary like most of the other girls with the exception of Aigis. She also tries to console others during it by telling scary stories while there, scaring them even more, specifically Chie. She is excited to have made many new friends, including Rei and Zen, and forms a tight bond with Team Gekkou as well as securing an even tighter bond with her best friend Chie throughout these many trials. Towards the end of the game, once Rei regained her memories and she and Zen passed on into the afterlife, she is seen wishing her newfound SEES friends farewell and that "she had fun" before passing through a door that leads to her original timeline. With the memories of the adventure she just finished seemingly wiped away, she is seen helping out Chie and others with their studies that afternoon after having just finished school.
Although she does not make an appearance within the game, she and her Amagi Inn are briefly mentioned on the TV station Goro Akechi appeared on, on 12/14. As the host regards the Amagi Inn as a long-standing tradition with delicious food and relaxing hot springs, he describes Yukiko as a "beautiful young proprietress," remarking that it's worth the visit just to see her.
If you are familiar with KimiKiss, there is a big chance that you also know about Amagami. This is a successor of the popular KimiKiss game. You may have played both games on your PlayStation 2 and seeing this right now made you remember the memories of the game. Why not take it a step further by placing this as your computer's desktop background? This desktop background is actually very simple with some of the characters that you have played sitting around in a sort of classroom. The colors are the same with how you have seen them before when you still played the game.
The original game series, which MangaGamer is releasing in English, inspired two television anime series, several video anime projects, two live-action films, and manga adaptations by several artists. Funimation has taken over North American distribution of the first Higurashi television series from Geneon Entertainment, but no announcement has been made yet of future Higurashi anime licenses in the region. Yen Press publishes one of the manga adaptations in North America.
He is an extravagant NEET vampire gamer and has now been living with a pet pig that takes care of his belongings. He is a whimsical and carefree vampire that has a habit of getting carried away. He is a cash-strapped vampire with a strong love for money.
Despite initially debuting as a reserved and suave vampire, the current Kuzuha is a loud-mouth and entertaining individual. He is very expressive when playing games, often shouting or boasting his own genius. He has a characteristic drawl and casual way of speaking which is often parodied by other livers. He is quick to become jokingly aggressive and confrontational to fellow livers, and often says or tweets off-beat things.
These games have hidden menus that allow you to listen to the game's sound effects and/or music. Emphasis on "hidden" - games that have a soundtest that's accessible without a hidden code or hacking (like Sonic the Hedgehog 2), require unlocking via gameplay (some Kirby games) or arcade games that have them in their service menus don't count!