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* BigBad: [[spoiler:Yuki is actually a [[GrimReaper shinigami]] out to kill Ai [[{{Yandere}} and keep her for himself.]]

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* BigBad: [[spoiler:Yuki is actually a [[GrimReaper shinigami]] out to kill Ai [[{{Yandere}} and keep her for himself.]]]]]]


* EarnYourHappyEnding: You need to score 200,000 points for Ai to completely get over Yuki.

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* BigBad: [[spoiler:Yuki is actually a [[GrimReaper shinigami]] out to kill Ai [[{{Yandere}} and keep her for himself.]]
* EarnYourHappyEnding: You need to score 200,000 points for Ai to completely [[spoiler:completely get over Yuki.Yuki]].



* SoundtrackDissonance: The same cheery music will keep playing on the title screen, even after Yuki's true nature is revealed. [[spoiler:Even when Ai vanishes, it'll be playing.]]

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* SoundtrackDissonance: The same cheery music will keep playing on the title screen, even after Yuki's true nature [[spoiler:[[GrimReaper Yuki]]'s [[BigBad true]] [[{{Yandere}} nature]]]] is revealed. [[spoiler:Even when Ai vanishes, it'll be playing.]]



* ThirteenIsUnlucky: [[spoiler:Fail 13 times and the usual game over rains medical supplies instead of sweets. And then they fall away and Yuki, now a [[GrimReaper skeleton]], takes Ai away. Also, playing the game after the 12th game over will give you [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/aiyuki.jpg this alternate title screen]].]]

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* ThirteenIsUnlucky: [[spoiler:Fail 13 times and the usual game over rains medical supplies instead of sweets. And then they fall away and Yuki, [[BigBad Yuki]], now a [[GrimReaper skeleton]], takes Ai away. Also, playing the game after the 12th game over will give you [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/aiyuki.jpg this alternate title screen]].]]


Or ''Love, Courage, and Leaf-Wrapped Rice Cake''. It's another cute little puzzle game from the maker of ''VideoGame/IrisuSyndrome''. This game features the same sort of sweet-dark plot as it's forerunner, so be prepared for surprises! Many have even described it as a a crossover between ''Kashiwa Mochi'' and ''Irisu Syndrome!'' in both gameplay and plot.

Ai-chan is a adorable but IllGirl who loves eating sweets and being in love with her boyfriend, Yuki. But it's not as [[NintendoHard straightforward as that]]: [[spoiler:Ai isn't just an IllGirl, but the LittlestCancerPatient as well. As the game progresses, she slips closer and closer to the edge. Scoring enough points will keep her around, though!]] The gameplay itself is pretty similar to [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Yoshi's Cookie]] only with a wicked difficulty curve.

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Or ''Love, Courage, and Leaf-Wrapped Rice Cake''. It's another cute little puzzle game from the maker of ''VideoGame/IrisuSyndrome''. This game features the same sort of sweet-dark plot as it's its forerunner, so be prepared for surprises! Many have even described it as a a crossover between ''Kashiwa Mochi'' and ''Irisu Syndrome!'' in both gameplay and plot.

Ai-chan is a adorable but IllGirl who loves eating sweets and being in love with her boyfriend, Yuki. But it's not as [[NintendoHard straightforward as that]]: [[spoiler:Ai isn't just an IllGirl, but the LittlestCancerPatient as well. As the game progresses, she slips closer and closer to the edge. Scoring enough points will keep her around, though!]] The gameplay itself is pretty similar to [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Yoshi's Cookie]] Cookie]], only with a wicked difficulty curve.



A sequel of sorts, Ai to Yuuki to Kashiwa Mochi Kai (Translated as Love, Courage, and Leaf-Wrapped Rice Cakes: [[OhCrap Unexpected Meeting]]) was later released at a convention, with its gameplay [[spoiler: and storyline, if you take the most obvious interpretation,]] being a crossover between Kashiwa Mochi and Irisu Syndrome. As of 2011, it can be bought [[http://www.dlsite.com/home/work/=/product_id/RJ072113.html here]], along with some Maou Monogatari Monogatari artwork that was packaged with the convention version.

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A sequel of sorts, Ai to Yuuki to Kashiwa Mochi Kai (Translated (translated as Love, Courage, and Leaf-Wrapped Rice Cakes: [[OhCrap Unexpected Meeting]]) was later released at a convention, with its gameplay [[spoiler: and [[spoiler:and storyline, if you take the most obvious interpretation,]] being a crossover between Kashiwa Mochi and Irisu Syndrome. As of 2011, it can be bought [[http://www.dlsite.com/home/work/=/product_id/RJ072113.html here]], along with some Maou Monogatari Monogatari artwork that was packaged with the convention version.



** Even without being told, take a good look at Yuki in the opening movie or the third ending screen. [[spoiler:HIS ARM IS SKELETAL. Ending screen 2 also has a skeletal arm but you don't know who it belongs to.]]
** When the game over sequence starts and all the candy rains down, let it keep going. [[spoiler: A single pill will fall out of the sky in the end. This stops happening after the 50,000 point ending.]]

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** Even without being told, take a good look at Yuki in the opening movie or the third ending screen. [[spoiler:HIS ARM IS SKELETAL. Ending screen 2 also has a skeletal arm arm, but you don't know who it belongs to.]]
** When the game over sequence starts and all the candy rains down, let it keep going. [[spoiler: A [[spoiler:A single pill will fall out of the sky in the end. This stops happening after the 50,000 point ending.]]



* InterfaceScrew: As you progress, the sweets on the title screen become medical supplies. [[spoiler: And Yuki becomes a skeleton. And then there were none.]]

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* InterfaceScrew: As you progress, the sweets on the title screen become medical supplies. [[spoiler: And [[spoiler:And Yuki becomes a skeleton. And then there were none.]]



* MoodWhiplash: [[spoiler:There's no warning that Ai is slowly dying. It looks happy, and then you progress and the tiles on the title screen start turning into syringes and pills while story segments point out how ill Ai-chan is. Also the music played during the game over sequence is rather melancholy considering how bright and cheerful the rest of the music is.]]

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* MoodWhiplash: [[spoiler:There's no warning that Ai is slowly dying. It looks happy, and then you progress and the tiles on the title screen start turning into syringes and pills while story segments point out how ill Ai-chan is. Also Also, the music played during the game over sequence is rather melancholy melancholy, considering how bright and cheerful the rest of the music is.]]



* NothingIsScarier: [[spoiler: After the 13th game over , Ai and Yuki are completely removed from the game. The pause screen and animated introduction also changes to reflect this. Also if you get the 50,000 point ending, but have yet to achieve the 200,000 point ending, Ai looks as though Yuki is still in the scenes- although Yuki does appear in the animated introduction.]]
* ScarySurpriseParty: The ending to Kashiwa Mochi Kai. [[spoiler: Ai's mother disappearing and the various spooky pictures you unlock all turn out to have mundane explanations.]]

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* NothingIsScarier: [[spoiler: After [[spoiler:After the 13th game over , over, Ai and Yuki are completely removed from the game. The pause screen and animated introduction also changes to reflect this. Also if you get the 50,000 point ending, but have yet to achieve the 200,000 point ending, Ai looks as though Yuki is still in the scenes- scenes although Yuki does appear in the animated introduction.]]
* ScarySurpriseParty: The ending to Kashiwa Mochi Kai. [[spoiler: Ai's [[spoiler:Ai's mother disappearing and the various spooky pictures you unlock all turn out to have mundane explanations.]]



* SoundtrackDissonance: The same cheery music will keep playing on the title screen, even after Yuki's true nature is revealed. [[spoiler: Even when Ai vanishes it'll be playing.]]

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* SoundtrackDissonance: The same cheery music will keep playing on the title screen, even after Yuki's true nature is revealed. [[spoiler: Even [[spoiler:Even when Ai vanishes vanishes, it'll be playing.]]



* TimedMission: The entire game is on a time limit and you have to score as much points as possible.

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* TimedMission: The entire game is on a time limit and you have to score as much many points as possible.



* ThirteenIsUnlucky: [[spoiler: Fail 13 times and the usual game over rains medical supplies instead of sweets. And then they fall away and Yuki, now a [[GrimReaper skeleton]], takes Ai away. Also playing the game after the 12th game over will give you [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/aiyuki.jpg this alternate title screen]].]]

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* ThirteenIsUnlucky: [[spoiler: Fail [[spoiler:Fail 13 times and the usual game over rains medical supplies instead of sweets. And then they fall away and Yuki, now a [[GrimReaper skeleton]], takes Ai away. Also Also, playing the game after the 12th game over will give you [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/aiyuki.jpg this alternate title screen]].]]


The computer version can be downloaded [[http://www.vector.co.jp/soft/dl/win95/game/se396806.html here.]] An official [=iOS=] version titled "Love Mochi" was released in 2011 and can be bought from the [[https://itunes.apple.com/en/app/love-mochi/id464653777 iTunes Store]].

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The computer version can be downloaded [[http://www.vector.co.jp/soft/dl/win95/game/se396806.html here.]] An official [=iOS=] version titled "Love Mochi" was released in 2011 and can could be bought from the [[https://itunes.apple.com/en/app/love-mochi/id464653777 iTunes Store]].
App Store, but it has since been removed.


* [[ThirteenIsUnlucky Thirteen Is Death]]: [[spoiler: Fail 13 times and the usual game over rains medical supplies instead of sweets. And then they fall away and Yuki, now a [[GrimReaper skeleton]], takes Ai away. Also playing the game after the 12th game over will give you [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/aiyuki.jpg this alternate title screen]].]]

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* [[ThirteenIsUnlucky Thirteen Is Death]]: ThirteenIsUnlucky: [[spoiler: Fail 13 times and the usual game over rains medical supplies instead of sweets. And then they fall away and Yuki, now a [[GrimReaper skeleton]], takes Ai away. Also playing the game after the 12th game over will give you [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/aiyuki.jpg this alternate title screen]].]]


* LighterAndSofter: Compared to IrisuSyndrome, anyway.

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* LighterAndSofter: Compared to IrisuSyndrome, ''VideoGame/IrisuSyndrome'', anyway.


* ScarySurpriseParty: [[spoiler: The ending to Kashiwa Mochi Kai. [[spoiler: Ai's mother disappearing and the various spooky pictures you unlock all turn out to have mundane explanations.]]

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* ScarySurpriseParty: [[spoiler: The ending to Kashiwa Mochi Kai. [[spoiler: Ai's mother disappearing and the various spooky pictures you unlock all turn out to have mundane explanations.]]


* EvolvingTitleScreen: As you lose more and more, [[spoiler:medical supplies will begin to replace the sweets on the top and bottom. After this, Ai will begin to look at Yuki with a shocked expression, and right after the 12th game over, Yuki turns into a skeleton. After the 13th loss, both of them are missing, but if you manage to score 50,000 points, Ai will return, and scoring 200,000 points will cause her to have a happier expression.]]

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* EvolvingTitleScreen: As you lose more and more, [[spoiler:medical medical supplies will begin to replace the sweets on the top and bottom. After [[spoiler:After this, Ai will begin to look at Yuki with a shocked expression, and right after the 12th game over, Yuki turns into a skeleton. After the 13th loss, both of them are missing, but if you manage to score 50,000 points, Ai will return, and scoring 200,000 points will cause her to have a happier expression.]]


* EvolvingTitleScreen: As you lose more and more, [[spoiler:Ai will begin to look at Yuki with a shocked expression, and right after the 12th game over, Yuki turns into a skeleton. After the 13th loss, both of them are missing, but if you manage to score 50,000 points, Ai will return, and scoring 200,000 points will cause her to have a happier expression.]]

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* EvolvingTitleScreen: As you lose more and more, [[spoiler:Ai [[spoiler:medical supplies will begin to replace the sweets on the top and bottom. After this, Ai will begin to look at Yuki with a shocked expression, and right after the 12th game over, Yuki turns into a skeleton. After the 13th loss, both of them are missing, but if you manage to score 50,000 points, Ai will return, and scoring 200,000 points will cause her to have a happier expression.]]

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* EvolvingTitleScreen: As you lose more and more, [[spoiler:Ai will begin to look at Yuki with a shocked expression, and right after the 12th game over, Yuki turns into a skeleton. After the 13th loss, both of them are missing, but if you manage to score 50,000 points, Ai will return, and scoring 200,000 points will cause her to have a happier expression.]]


* GrotesqueCute: Yuki.

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* GrotesqueCute: Yuki.[[spoiler:Yuki.]]


[[quoteright:350: [[DarthWiki/AiToYuukiToKashiwamochi http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kasiwa00.jpg]] ]]

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[[quoteright:350: [[DarthWiki/AiToYuukiToKashiwamochi http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kasiwa00.jpg]] ]]jpg]]



Her boyfriend [[DarthWiki/AiToYuukiToKashiwamochi Yuki]] is there too! Yay!

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Her boyfriend [[DarthWiki/AiToYuukiToKashiwamochi Yuki]] is there too! Yay!
A sequel of sorts, Ai to Yuuki to Kashiwa Mochi Kai (Translated as Love, Courage, and Leaf-Wrapped Rice Cakes: [[OhCrap Unexpected Meeting]]) was later released at a convention, with its gameplay [[spoiler: and storyline, if you take the most obvious interpretation,]] being a crossover between Kashiwa Mochi and Irisu Syndrome. As of 2011, it can be bought [[http://www.dlsite.com/home/work/=/product_id/RJ072113.html here]], along with some Maou Monogatari Monogatari artwork that was packaged with the convention version.



* MultipleEndings: Three, [[spoiler:one after playing a certain number of times, and two more at 50,000 and 200,000 points.]]
* NintendoHard: Like ''Irisu Syndrome!'', if you don't know the tricks to this game, you're not going to get very far.
* ScoringPoints
* ThirteenIsUnlucky: Your 13th game gives you [[spoiler:the BadEnding]].

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* MultipleEndings: Three, [[spoiler:one after playing a certain number of times, and two more at 50,000 and EarnYourHappyEnding: You need to score 200,000 points.points for Ai to completely get over Yuki.
* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** Even without being told, take a good look at Yuki in the opening movie or the third ending screen. [[spoiler:HIS ARM IS SKELETAL. Ending screen 2 also has a skeletal arm but you don't know who it belongs to.
]]
** When the game over sequence starts and all the candy rains down, let it keep going. [[spoiler: A single pill will fall out of the sky in the end. This stops happening after the 50,000 point ending.]]
* GrimReaper: [[spoiler:Yuki is a shinigami.]]
* GrotesqueCute: Yuki.
* InterfaceScrew: As you progress, the sweets on the title screen become medical supplies. [[spoiler: And Yuki becomes a skeleton. And then there were none.]]
* LighterAndSofter: Compared to IrisuSyndrome, anyway.
* MeaningfulName: Ai mainly means love. Yuki, ironically, means courage. (Alternatively, it means "snow," depending on the kanji.)
* MoodWhiplash: [[spoiler:There's no warning that Ai is slowly dying. It looks happy, and then you progress and the tiles on the title screen start turning into syringes and pills while story segments point out how ill Ai-chan is. Also the music played during the game over sequence is rather melancholy considering how bright and cheerful the rest of the music is.]]
* MultipleEndings: There's 5 ending screens, and three total endings. One [[DownerEnding bad]], one where [[BittersweetEnding Ai just can't let go]], and a [[HappyEnding happy]] one.
* NintendoHard: Like ''Irisu Syndrome!'', Looks easy enough at first, but if you don't know the tricks can't figure out how to this game, you're not going combo correctly, you have no hope of being able to get very far.
enough points to get anything better than the worst possible ending.
* ScoringPoints
* ThirteenIsUnlucky: Your
NothingIsScarier: [[spoiler: After the 13th game gives over , Ai and Yuki are completely removed from the game. The pause screen and animated introduction also changes to reflect this. Also if you [[spoiler:the BadEnding]].get the 50,000 point ending, but have yet to achieve the 200,000 point ending, Ai looks as though Yuki is still in the scenes- although Yuki does appear in the animated introduction.]]
* ScarySurpriseParty: [[spoiler: The ending to Kashiwa Mochi Kai. [[spoiler: Ai's mother disappearing and the various spooky pictures you unlock all turn out to have mundane explanations.]]
* ScoringPoints: 50,000 for the BittersweetEnding and 200,000 for the HappyEnding. Also up to 50,000 points, you get one of three screens that indicate your performance.
* SoundtrackDissonance: The same cheery music will keep playing on the title screen, even after Yuki's true nature is revealed. [[spoiler: Even when Ai vanishes it'll be playing.]]
* SugarBowl: Kind of. There's plenty of sweets, but the main colors of the environment in Ai's dream is [[RealIsBrown brown and orange-ish.]]



* TheStinger: Once you do well enough, Kashiwamochi tiles are added to the game. [[spoiler:Yuki moving away from his usual position in the Bad Ending reveals that a hospital [[HiddenInPlainSight was there all along.]] The hospital will then vanish after getting 50,000 points, replaced by Ai returning.]]
* [[ThirteenIsUnlucky Thirteen Is Death]]: [[spoiler: Fail 13 times and the usual game over rains medical supplies instead of sweets. And then they fall away and Yuki, now a [[GrimReaper skeleton]], takes Ai away. Also playing the game after the 12th game over will give you [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/aiyuki.jpg this alternate title screen]].]]



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->[-Ai-chan, [[DarthWiki/AiToYuukiToKashiwamochi you don't look so good]]...-]


[[caption-width-right:640: Our Heroine and her boyfriend.]]

Or Love, Courage, and Leaf-Wrapped Rice Cake. It's another cute little puzzle game from the maker of IrisuSyndrome. This game features the same sort of sweet-dark plot as it's forerunner, so be prepared for surprises! Many have even described it as a a crossover between Kashiwa Mochi and IrisuSyndrome in both gameplay and plot.

Ai-chan is a adorable but IllGirl who loves eating sweets and being in love with her boyfriend, Yuki. But it's not as [[NintendoHard straightforward as that]]:[[spoiler:Ai isn't just an IllGirl, but the LittlestCancerPatient as well. As the game progresses, she slips closer and closer to the edge. Scoring enough points will keep her around, though!]] The gameplay itself is pretty similar to [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Yoshi's Cookie]] only with a wicked difficulty curve.

The computer version can be downloaded [[http://www.vector.co.jp/soft/dl/win95/game/se396806.html here.]] An official iPod version titled "Love Mochi" was released in 2011 and can be bought from the [[https://itunes.apple.com/en/app/love-mochi/id464653777 Itunes Store]].

Her [[DarthWiki/AiToYuukiToKashiwamochi boyfriend Yuki]] is there too! Yay!

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[[caption-width-right:640: [[caption-width-right:350: Our Heroine and her boyfriend.]]

]]
Or Love, ''Love, Courage, and Leaf-Wrapped Rice Cake. Cake''. It's another cute little puzzle game from the maker of IrisuSyndrome. ''VideoGame/IrisuSyndrome''. This game features the same sort of sweet-dark plot as it's forerunner, so be prepared for surprises! Many have even described it as a a crossover between Kashiwa Mochi ''Kashiwa Mochi'' and IrisuSyndrome ''Irisu Syndrome!'' in both gameplay and plot.

Ai-chan is a adorable but IllGirl who loves eating sweets and being in love with her boyfriend, Yuki. But it's not as [[NintendoHard straightforward as that]]:[[spoiler:Ai that]]: [[spoiler:Ai isn't just an IllGirl, but the LittlestCancerPatient as well. As the game progresses, she slips closer and closer to the edge. Scoring enough points will keep her around, though!]] The gameplay itself is pretty similar to [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Yoshi's Cookie]] only with a wicked difficulty curve.

The computer version can be downloaded [[http://www.vector.co.jp/soft/dl/win95/game/se396806.html here.]] An official iPod [=iOS=] version titled "Love Mochi" was released in 2011 and can be bought from the [[https://itunes.apple.com/en/app/love-mochi/id464653777 Itunes iTunes Store]].

Her boyfriend [[DarthWiki/AiToYuukiToKashiwamochi boyfriend Yuki]] is there too! Yay!




* PuzzleGame
* MultipleEndings - Three, [[spoiler:one after playing a certain number of times, and two more at 50,000 and 200,000 points.]]
* NintendoHard - Like IrisuSyndrome, if you don't know the tricks to this game, you're not going to get very far.

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\n* PuzzleGame
* MultipleEndings -
MultipleEndings: Three, [[spoiler:one after playing a certain number of times, and two more at 50,000 and 200,000 points.]]
* NintendoHard - NintendoHard: Like IrisuSyndrome, ''Irisu Syndrome!'', if you don't know the tricks to this game, you're not going to get very far.



* ThirteenIsUnlucky - Your 13th game gives you [[spoiler: the BadEnding]].
* WidgetSeries

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* ThirteenIsUnlucky - ThirteenIsUnlucky: Your 13th game gives you [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the BadEnding]].
* WidgetSeriesTimedMission: The entire game is on a time limit and you have to score as much points as possible.
* WidgetSeries: Cute, Japanese ''Yoshi's Cookie''-esque puzzler [[spoiler:that has a dark side]].



->[-[[DarthWiki/AiToYuukiToKashiwamochi Ai-chan, you don't look so good...]]-]

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->[-[[DarthWiki/AiToYuukiToKashiwamochi Ai-chan, ->[-Ai-chan, [[DarthWiki/AiToYuukiToKashiwamochi you don't look so good...]]-]good]]...-]


Ai-chan is a adorable but IllGirl who loves eating sweets and being in love with her boyfriend, Yuki. But it's not as [[NintendoHard straightforward as that]]:[[spoiler:Ai isn't just an IllGirl, but the LittlestCancerPatient as well. As the game progresses, she slips closer and closer to the edge. Scoring enough points will keep her around, though!]] The gameplay itself is pretty similar to [[SuperMarioBros Yoshi's Cookie]] only with a wicked difficulty curve.

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Ai-chan is a adorable but IllGirl who loves eating sweets and being in love with her boyfriend, Yuki. But it's not as [[NintendoHard straightforward as that]]:[[spoiler:Ai isn't just an IllGirl, but the LittlestCancerPatient as well. As the game progresses, she slips closer and closer to the edge. Scoring enough points will keep her around, though!]] The gameplay itself is pretty similar to [[SuperMarioBros [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Yoshi's Cookie]] only with a wicked difficulty curve.


* FanTranslation: [[http://www.mediafire.com/?x3l9iipbr2txd3e here,]] but it's an ObviousBeta.

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