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Originally released for PC (Windows) under the same title, as an adult visual novel, the game was then ported to consoles with removed adult contents, but additional CG events and story elements to compensate for the lack of erotic scenes. The game follows Makoto Okano (丘野 真) as he returns to his hometown after 10 years away. Before he left, he and Minamo Narukaze (鳴風 みなも) made a promise to each other to meet again. She told him she will keep on playing the harmonic and even though he may be too far away to see it, the wind will carry the melody, hopefully all the way to his place.

Ten long years have passed, and together with his younger sister, Hinata Okano (丘野 ひなた), Makoto returns to his hometown. One evening, after school classes, he hears a melody that attracts his attention, which in turn leads him to the roof where he sees a girl with a purple hair, playing a harmonica. Not realizing at first who she is, the truth soon becomes clear that the girl is none other than Minamo, and promise of their reunion has been fulfilled via serendipity, but that is just the beginning of their story.

The game comes with lost of bonus unlockable elements, from BGM and CG galleries to animated videos, all accessible via main menu. Character animation is limited to talking only while the rest relies on still drawn in different poses. The game also relies on zooming and scrolling to emphasize certain scenes or when introducing new characters to the scene. Voice-acting in the game is present for everyone but the main character.


Wind: A Breath of Heart PlayStation 2 Hikari is looking at the airship up above
Wind: A Breath of Heart PlayStation 2 Wakaba is a bit late to our meeting
Wind: A Breath of Heart PlayStation 2 Talking to Tsutomu, one of your classmates
Wind: A Breath of Heart PlayStation 2 Following the sound of harmonica

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MAT (193782) added Wind: A Breath of Heart (PlayStation 2) on Dec 13, 2015