Planetarian ~Chiisana Hoshi no Yume~Planetarian ~Chiisana Hoshi no Yume~

Planetarian ~Chiisana Hoshi no Yume~
Planetarian ~Chiisana Hoshi no Yume~
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planetarian ~ちいさなほしのゆめ~


Planetarian ~Chiisana Hoshi no Yume~ - Hoshino Yumemi (Onsen Tengoku)Planetarian ~Chiisana Hoshi no Yume~ - Hoshino Yumemi - 1/8 (Flat Sox)Planetarian ~Chiisana Hoshi no Yume~ - Hoshino Yumemi (Stolook)



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Planetarian: Chiisana Hoshi no Yume (planetarian ~ちいさなほしのゆめ~, lit. Planetarian ~The Dream of a Little Planet~) is a Japanese post-apocalyptic visual novel developed by Key, a Japanese video game studio under Visual Art's whose previous works include Kanon and Air. Planetarian was first released over the Internet on November 29, 2004 with a rating for all ages, and was the second of Key's products to do this, the first being Clannad. Key later re-released Planetarian on April 28, 2006 on CD-ROM with full voice acting for the female lead. A limited edition version was sold for pre-orders and early buyers; in it included a 243-page book of short stories set in the world of Planetarian and some included a bonus shitajiki, or pencil board. A PlayStation 2 port and a mobile phone version of the game were published by Prototype and both released in 2006. The mobile version was used on FOMA and SoftBank 3G cellular phones. A drama CD based on the "Snow Globe" short story from the promotional book was released at the end of 2006, and two more went on sale in July 2007.

Key defines Planetarian as a "kinetic novel", since its gameplay offers no choices or alternate endings. Instead, the player proceeds through the story solely by reading. In that sense, Planetarian, unlike Key's past works, is not a game. In addition, Planetarian is one of only two Key productions not to have Itaru Hinoue as an artist, using Eeji Komatsu instead. Key's signature musical composers Shinji Orito and Magome Togoshi arranged the music on the game's original soundtrack. The story centers around a middle-aged man who comes across a malfunctioning robot in a dead city. The man, known simply as "the junker", stays with this robot for a time and attempts to fix the projector of the planetarium where the story takes place. In the February 2007 issue of SoftBank Creative's Gemaga magazine, the PS2 version ranked first for console games in terms of satisfaction; the game had ranked fourth in the previous issue.

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