MoeNovel is delighted to publish Adventure of a Lifetime, the third instalment in the Coming-of-Age Collection, which also includes If My Heart Had Wings and A Sky Full of Stars. The setting for the narrative is the World Heritage-listed Ogasawara Islands. Hiroki Mizuno returns to the island during his summer vacation after a four-year hiatus to assist his grandma with her shop. The narrative begins when he meets Emily, a stunning blonde girl, on the boat deck on his way to the island. Emily has fled her home. She is determined to find “sunken wealth.”
Adventure of a Lifetime is a brief yet entertaining visual novel set on the lonely Ogasawara Islands. It has a mediocre plot and some fuzzy imagery, but the game’s location and brief length more than makeup for it.
Hiroki’s old buddy Chisa, whom he reconnects with on the island, offers some insight. “One of the shipwrecks near here is known as the Ghost Ship.” It’s rumoured that the wealth Emily seeks is hidden in a shipwreck that vanishes every time there’s a storm. Emily, the lovely blonde-haired girl. Chisa, a childhood pal with golden, tanned skin. Spend the summer on a tropical island with two gorgeous females, scuba diving, and excitement! The “Ghost Ship” is their goal. Somewhere at the point where the sky joins the sea.
This is a love journey presented in the form of a visual novel, complete with pleasant musical accompaniment and full voice acting for the characters. The storey starts in the Ogasawara Islands. Hiroki Mizuno, the protagonist, returns to his hometown four years after leaving to help his grandmother manage the store. Here he will meet the lovely Emily, who ran away from home in pursuit of a ship that went down in nearby seas, and his old buddy Chizu, with whom he shares fond memories. According to legend, a treasure is concealed in the wreckage of the sunken ship. When the tide buries a treasure, the firm must act quickly to locate its whereabouts.
The player is in for a wonderfully painted narrative of love, friendship, and astonishing events on tropical islands where the water meets the blue horizon. The storey is told through Hiroki’s conversations with the girls. The player may control the characters’ relationships by changing the plot and flirting with both girls: blue-eyed blonde Emily and dark-skinned dark-haired Chiza. The game’s mood is enhanced by the depiction of underwater scenery, which the protagonists will enjoy when scuba diving.
How to Install Adventure Of A Lifetime
- You should be redirected to UploadHaven after clicking the Download option below.
- After 5 seconds, click the blue ‘download now’ icon. Allow the download to begin and wait for it to complete.
- When Adventure Of A Lifetime has finished downloading, right-click the.zip file and select “Extract to Adventure Of A Lifetime” (To do this you must have 7-Zip, which you can get here).
- Run the exe application by double-clicking within the Adventure Of A Lifetime folder.
- Have some fun and play! Run the game as administrator, and if you receive any missing DLL problems, look for a Redist or _CommonRedist folder and install all of the applications in it.
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To begin the Adventure Of A Lifetime Free Download using a direct link, click the download button below. It is the game’s entire version. Remember to run the game as an administrator.
NOTICE: This game has already been pre-installed for you, so you do not need to install it. If you receive a missing DLL problem, check for a _Redist or _CommonRedist folder and install directx, vcredist, and any other apps in that folder. These applications are required for the game to function. For further information, look for a ‘HOW TO RUN GAME!!.txt’ file. Also, if you’re having trouble saving the game, right-click the exe and always pick “Run as administrator.” Always turn off your antivirus software before extracting the game to avoid it destroying the crack files.
- Microsoft Windows 7/8/10 operating system
- Intel Core2Duo or higher processor
- RAM size: 2 GB
- Intel HD graphics or above is required for graphics (VRAM 512MB)
- 2 GB of storage space is available.
- Additional Requirements: A monitor capable of displaying at least 1280720 pixels. Recommended Environment: *The game may not operate if you use display adapters that share main memory. We make no guarantees that this game will work on virtual discs or virtual PCs (including Apple Boot Camp). This product is built with Ogg Vorbis/Lua/tilua++.
Short length: Adventure of a Lifetime is a rather short visual novel, but this works in the game’s advantage. Given the nature of the narrative (an everyday slice of life), the brief length keeps it from dragging on and losing its interest. There isn’t a lot of the deep, “fluff” content (such as the protagonist contemplating human existence for several lines) that fills many of today’s VNs. This VN forgoes most of that and instead gets right to the point. Yet somehow, the character routes still do not feel rushed. It was a nice balance, enough so to hold my interest throughout.
Excellent Setting. The game’s setting is by far my favourite aspect of it, and it is largely responsible for its above-average rating. It basically rehashes the tried and tested generic high school love narrative with a generic main character to match the backdrop of this distant island chain 1000 kilometres south of Tokyo. The plot revolves around this backdrop, which has everything one would expect from a distant tropical island. Diving, wrecking, typhoons, and even a dolphin companion are all possibilities. It was fascinating to witness such a drama unfold in such a setting.
Mediocre Story. Despite its short length and beautiful surroundings, Adventure of a Lifetime is marred by a mediocre plot. It’s the kind of narrative that’s nice to read but will be forgotten in a month or two. As previously said, the location is what distinguishes it from other conventional high school romance novels. Take it away, and you’re left with a typical high school romance, complete with a basic main character. Even considering the situation, the main character isn’t really well developed outside of his future ambitions. This is to be anticipated given the game’s brief length, as the majority of the development is concentrated on the two heroines.
Blurry Art. I was a little dissatisfied with the game’s visuals, particularly the resolution, for a visual novel released in 2018 (both the Japanese original and the English adaptation). The art is nice, nothing out of the ordinary, but not horrible either. However, the resolution at which it is shown is doubtful. Because the game zooms in on many of the many CGs and characters, the blurriness of these assets is fairly obvious. This occurs even at the game’s default resolution of 1280720, indicating that the upscaling is not completely to blame. Furthermore, the on-screen effects that appear during gameplay appear to be a better resolution than the game’s backdrops, characters, and CGs. This provides an odd contrast between the two.