X-Change (Windows)

X-Change Windows Crowd company logo and cartoon animation

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Description

In X-Change the player takes the role of Takuya Aihara, an average guy who lives with his father and stepmother, goes to school, and is not really noticed by anyone - until one fine day he accidentally spills on himself a mysterious liquid in a chemistry lab. The liquid turns him into... a girl! Now everybody notice Takuya, and everybody "want" him/her. The question is, will he rather stay like this or return to his normal male self?

This is what the player will have to decide in this game. It is possible to make Takuya an uncontrolled nymphomaniac, or try to do everything in order to help him get his original gender back. Like most other adult visual novels, the game's story development depends on the choices made by the player during its course. There are two main endings and many smaller ones, which are classified as unsatisfying.

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X-Change Windows You seem to be very popular after your "change". A lot of love letter fill your locker.
X-Change Windows Crowd company logo and cartoon animation
X-Change Windows The choices you make will effect the overall ending in the game. There are many possible endings to the game, so save often to see the different possible endings.
X-Change Windows Natsumi Aihara seems to enjoy you being turned into a girl for her own pleasure.

Alternate Titles

  • "X-Change: Школьный роман" -- Russian spelling
  • "X-Change: Shkolniy Roman" -- Russian title

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Animetric 2001 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80

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Topic # Posts Last Post
News 4 Dr. M. "Schadenfreude" Von Katze (584)
Dec 01, 2008

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Cor 13 (173419) added X-Change (Windows) on Oct 01, 2003