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Always The Same Blue Sky…

THIS IS NOT YOUR TYPICAL VISUAL NOVEL. Always The Same Blue Sky approaches the medium from a fresh new angle, a gripping tale with no filler, no pretence. Complemented by breathtaking artwork and an addictive soundtrack, you can't afford to miss this amalgamation of young talent!

You play as a thoughtful young soul, bumbling your way through late adolescence; you've been through a lot for your age and consequently are a little numb. This is why you don't bat an eyelid when, out of the blue, you're transferred to yet another school, in yet another remote location. Little do you know that this small island is nothing like the others, that the events that occur on it will change everything.

In an already niche genre of storytelling, Always The Same Blue Sky stands out as a truly unique seaside adventure; a timeless tale of love, mystery and humanity.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

You play as a foreign student in some oversea college, where you meet Kira, the blonde, green-eyed chick. The remaining of the game spins around your relationship with her.
As usual, no spoilers shall be given. The art is kinda subpar, though you might be into it it if you enjoy 90's shoujo drawing style (e.g. Sailor Moon). The writing is good and has the correct amount of verbosity. The plot is confined to its realm a.k.a. no teenagers saving the world through the power of friendship and characters are believable a.k.a. no teenager super spy agents geniuses with IQ 380. The game is also short, which fits the plot, and the price matches its length.
Achievements are okay, but most choices leading to "Blue Skies" and "Stormy Skies" are not intuitive at all. Linux port was flawless, since it is using Renpy (and its current version seems to be working rather well).
This game does everything in its correct dosis.