Every Day's Different
A downloadable visual novel for Windows, macOS, and Linux
"Every Day's Different" is an English voiced visual novel that focuses on slice of life with a more realistic depth. It ranges from romance to heavy topics such as eating disorders and self-worth. The people around you will either benefit or suffer due to your actions, so please choose carefully
Welcome to Okoshin Academy, one of the few pre-college academies created with the intention of preparing high school graduates for the hardships ahead of them.
Unfortunately, your parents' messy divorce has just been finalized. You've Decided to live with your mother, forcing you to relocate halfway through the year. Making new friends while keeping your grades up seems impossible, but with the help of a long-lost friend—and a little luck—you may just be okay.
With four wonderful ladies to get to know, each with their own flaws, secrets and desires. Your choices within the game will either help or hinder them - will you go the extra mile to help them achieve their dreams?
Back us today to ensure your accept your enrollment at Okoshin Academy!
Spending all your free time with one of the characters will help you grow a strong connection with them, but may hurt your other friendships in the process. Will you branch out to help as many people as you can? Or will you focus on one and grow close to them?
Each weekend you will have the opportunity to set up a date or activity with one character of your choice. Keep in mind there's only so many weekends 'till school's over. Think of the dates as a mini-game: if it goes smoothly, you gain affection points. If you say the wrong thing or ask the wrong questions, this could also change the course of your story.
- Four heroines to fall in love with, each with a distinct personality and variety of outfits
- Build relationships naturally and change the story with your choices
- Cell phone feature to text your favorite characters
- Fully voiced in English (if funded)
- HD artwork - 1920x1080 screen resolution
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the MC hates his father for no reason
(is this a misandrist novel?)
the clock in the bedroom is wrong, both times
the characters have Japanese names but are voiced by English people
Yoko doesn't care that you knocked her over
MC doesn't know it's Yoko until she stands up, so instead of a "Yoko" tag we get "???" when we knock her over.
MC calls her "dear friend" but then says it's been ages.
"I can't believe it's honestly you." - when is the last time you heard someone honestly speak like this?
Yoko's words are delivered "softly-spoken" yet she uses exlamation points.
The school building is one of the oldest in the area, yet it looks futuristic.
What makes MC hilarious to Yuika, considering he only walked into the classroom?
The classroom music sounds like a cabaret, which isn't a good thing
When introducing yourself to the class, the choices seem like jokes. Then MC replies in a normal tone. WTF?
Yuika is more annoying than seductive
"Two newly familiar faces" - yet MC doesn't know one of them, so how is it familiar?
Yuika's leg has an extra joint above the knee
Katsuki mentions the phrase "safe space." Yup, this is a misandrist novel.
Yuika and Katsuki assume MC is judging Haru for being concerned about the way she ate lunch. This is also misandrist
Arakawa-sensei seems to be Japanese, yet has western stubble. Maybe he's half Japanese? It seems to be a design flaw.
The MC is male, yet cannot understand basic words in class. He reacts emotionally by chewing his pen. This is not realistic.
The teacher gets onto MC for shouting, yet doesn't mind a full-blown conversation from him immediately afterward.
First off, Thanks for playing! Some of these we agree with, others not so much, thanks for the input!
MC has reasons that arn't discussed in the demo, part of the mystery of the game.
Clock Will be fixed
Our Novel takes place in Japan, voiced In English as we're native English speakers (with that said we will make sure the grammer of names is correct if funded)
Yoko rarely gets mad unless it involves people being mean to others, not herself.
We used ??? to indicate you not knowing their name
MC has moved away and hasn't seen yoko in a couple years. (explained in the back story - they moved to a new school halfway through the school year.)
Schools old however, it has been converted. you learn this later on. It's one of the most expensive schools to go to, back story with MC's Father.
MC is hilarious because he was just standing up while everyone is sitting / following yoko to her desk.. Yuika is teasing him.
That music is used only when yuika is teasing you.
To each their own on Yuika.
They're familiar because they're in his class, he just never met them yet.. only noticed them.
Katsuki has reason for this - wont go into it tho. (spoilers)
I don't think Yuika is judging him... only Katsuki for reasons above^
Arakawa's sprite is being re-worked
Being male makes you automatically smart? - not sure I understand.. Anyway he doesn't understand because he's a Japanese student learning English grammar.
Thank you for taking my criticism seriously. I think I was a bit too harsh on some things.
Your answers make a lot of sense so thank you for responding. I am still a little bit concerned with some anti-male parts, but I think you have a good reason for including them, so I'll let those slide.
I think I didn't understand or remember that he was confused because he was learning English. Maybe it is more clear than I remember. The main gripe I had was, he reacts very emotionally / neurotically which is very atypical in general, for a male. Not to say that it's impossible for a male to be this way, just that it might be 2% of the male population who would be this neurotic.
I'm looking forward to playing the full game!
I realy enjoyed the demo. I did encounter one bug but it was an engine bug specific to Linux multi monitor setups. If I put the game in fullscreen mode it would always go to my monitor on the right not my left monitor regardless of which was set as primary. This was a bug with the Ren’Py engine not specific to Every Day's Different as it happened various Ren’Py games I tried. It was fixed with the most recent version of Ren’Py (7.2.1). Just letting you know, not sure if it is feasible for you to upgrade the engine version the game is using.
We're gunna try uploading a linux version, maybe give that a go.. Hopefully it helps!
im bota play it