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Critical Point (Windows)

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Description

Early in the 21st century, a sudden shortage of energy and food caused World War III - the most devastating in the history of mankind. The Earth' population was reduced to 15% of its pre-war level. Some years later, four powerful organizations control the Earth and the Moon. Each one of them wants to be the sole ruler of the world...

You are Captain Reiji Osumi of the Free Alliance Space Force. You were a fighter pilot during the War, and your past is shadowed by a terrible incident. You are now sent to the Free Alliance Moon Base, suspecting a sabotage has taken place there. The Base is populated entirely by women, and when you arrive there, you notice their behavior is quite strange.... has this something to do with the sabotage? It's up to you to reveal the mystery in this sci-fi hentai adventure. By selecting choices when investigating and talking to the women on the base, you can influence the course of the game and reach one of the 24 endings.

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Critical Point Windows Lieutenant Elise Triad, a girl with a huge secret
Critical Point Windows Corporal Reiko Shinozuka, Leiji's official support
Critical Point Windows Reiko in her room
Critical Point Windows Captain Lai Wong, head of the base's computer systems

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User Reviews

Has everything that a bishoujo game needs. Extremely good, and a good introduction to the genre. Eurythmic (2610) 4.6 Stars4.6 Stars4.6 Stars4.6 Stars4.6 Stars

The Press Says

Animetric 2002 4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars 90
7Wolf Magazine Sep 09, 2002 5.5 out of 10 55
Absolute Games (AG.ru) Sep 11, 2002 10 out of 100 10

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Trivia

Critical Point writer Kenichi Matsuzaki is a veteran of the Japanese animation industry. He contributed his talents to Macross (better known in the United States as the first part of the '80s series Robotech), Gundam, and Orgus, in addition to writing the screenplay for the classic first episode of Bubblegum Crisis.

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אולג 小奥 (168604) added Critical Point (Windows) on Oct 01, 2003