Riva Celso, programmer/designer of Tycoon Games stated "I am very happy about the result we obtained with Summer Session.It is a fun game with hilarious dialogue and intriguing characters, and very replayable thanks to the multiple endings." Summer Session is available for Pc and Mac platforms, and was made in collaboration with Hanako Games, a well known site for anime games fans.This experience is certainly present in the full version of , although the game they've wrapped around it is so simplistic, repetitive, and ultimately boring that it's not likely to have much of an impact beyond that brief novelty. Pick a vague "lesson plan" (math, logic, history, etc.) from a menu, looking over at a chart of Hikari's progress to see how that lesson will affect her stats. Now it's time to select a piece of random small talk from a few options: What are your friends up to today? Every now and again, there's a bonus scene that replicates the close-and-personal experiences in the demo: You and Hikari listen to music via the same pair of earbuds, for example, or various other excuses to have your face in closer proximity to hers.
falls, from a purely mechanical standpoint, into the "simulation" game genre—you're the tutor of a high school girl who's preparing for an exam, so you choose from a menu of lesson options in hopes of boosting her statistics high enough so that she comes home with an A at the end of the week.In the game you play the role of Julius, a socially-awkward young guy taking summer classes at his university.During his time at the campus he'll meet several characters, from his cute classmates to his sexy biology teacher. Every choice you make affects Julius's skills and his reputation with the other characters.It uses anime-style graphics and is written in English. Players must balance their schedules in order to raise their character's statistics and pass school examinations.During play they encounter non-player characters and befriend them, aiming to find romance.