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* AllThereInTheManual - The backstory of the game and its characters can only be found in text files created in the game folder. More text also appears when clicking on images in the CG gallery -- this is also how some of the text files are created.

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* AllThereInTheManual - AllThereInTheManual: The backstory of the game and its characters can only be found in text files created in the game folder. More text also appears when clicking on images in the CG gallery -- this is also how some of the text files are created.



* BunniesForCuteness - Irisu! [[spoiler:[[DarthWiki/IrisuSyndrome Or Is It?]]]]
* ExpansionPack - Metsu, an updated version with an alternate gameplay mode and updated graphics.
* FallingBlocks - You have to use your mouse to get the falling blocks to hit another of the same color before they're "set" on the ground. Alternately, get two or more falling blocks to touch each other in midair, and they'll glow and give you a bigger bonus.
* GameOverMan - Irisu greets you every time you get a game over.

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* BunniesForCuteness - BunniesForCuteness: Irisu! [[spoiler:[[DarthWiki/IrisuSyndrome Or Is It?]]]]
* ExpansionPack - ExpansionPack: Metsu, an updated version with an alternate gameplay mode and updated graphics.
* FallingBlocks - FallingBlocks: You have to use your mouse to get the falling blocks to hit another of the same color before they're "set" on the ground. Alternately, get two or more falling blocks to touch each other in midair, and they'll glow and give you a bigger bonus.
* GameOverMan - GameOverMan: Irisu greets you every time you get a game over.



* MultipleEndings - Just two in the initial game, the ExpansionPack adds another.
* NintendoHard - If you don't know what you're doing, your game will end very, ''very'' fast.

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* MultipleEndings - MultipleEndings: Just two in the initial game, the ExpansionPack adds another.
* NintendoHard - NintendoHard: If you don't know what you're doing, your game will end very, ''very'' fast.



* OlderThanTheyLook - Although the characters are university students, the art style makes them look as if they're still in junior high.
* PuzzleGame - Incredibly simple, but still ''very'' hard.
* ScarySurpriseParty - [[spoiler: Happy birthday, Ageha! Haha, that sure was some prank, huh? [[DarthWiki/IrisuSyndrome There's more to it than that.]]]]
* SequelHook - Some plot threads don't seem to be concluded properly, so it's possible that a sequel may appear.
* ScoringPoints - The game is based around doing this - many events, including unlocking Metsu mode, are only triggered by reaching certain scores.
* ThreeAmigos - Edogawa, Uuji, and Ageha, the three university students.
* WidgetSeries - If you can't read Japanese, you can still play it, but you will miss out on the story. Fortunately, someone already made a project to translate this game in this [[http://archive.easymodo.net/cgi-board.pl/jp/thread/6480296 link.]] Here is the [[http://www.mediafire.com/?nlujzb91wjl0bu7 latest patch.]]

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* OlderThanTheyLook - OlderThanTheyLook: Although the characters are university students, the art style makes them look as if they're still in junior high.
* PuzzleGame - PuzzleGame: Incredibly simple, but still ''very'' hard.
* ScarySurpriseParty - ScarySurpriseParty: [[spoiler: Happy birthday, Ageha! Haha, that sure was some prank, huh? [[DarthWiki/IrisuSyndrome There's more to it than that.]]]]
* SequelHook - SequelHook: Some plot threads don't seem to be concluded properly, so it's possible that a sequel may appear.
* ScoringPoints - ScoringPoints: The game is based around doing this - many events, including unlocking Metsu mode, are only triggered by reaching certain scores.
* ThreeAmigos - ThreeAmigos: Edogawa, Uuji, and Ageha, the three university students.
* WidgetSeries - WidgetSeries: If you can't read Japanese, you can still play it, but you will miss out on the story. Fortunately, someone already made a project to translate this game in this [[http://archive.easymodo.net/cgi-board.pl/jp/thread/6480296 link.]] Here is the [[http://www.mediafire.com/?nlujzb91wjl0bu7 latest patch.]]



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* WidgetSeries - If you can't read Japanese, you can still play it, but you will miss out on the story.
** Fortunately, someone already made a project to translate this game in this [[http://archive.easymodo.net/cgi-board.pl/jp/thread/6480296 link.]] Here is the [[http://www.mediafire.com/?nlujzb91wjl0bu7 latest patch.]]

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* WidgetSeries - If you can't read Japanese, you can still play it, but you will miss out on the story.
**
story. Fortunately, someone already made a project to translate this game in this [[http://archive.easymodo.net/cgi-board.pl/jp/thread/6480296 link.]] Here is the [[http://www.mediafire.com/?nlujzb91wjl0bu7 latest patch.]]



[[quoteright:265:[[DarthWiki/IrisuSyndrome ... Wait, where'd Edogawa go?]]]]

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[[quoteright:265:[[DarthWiki/IrisuSyndrome ... Wait, where'd Edogawa go?]]]]
go?]]]]


* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: There are hints that [[spoiler: the murdered rabbit's spirit]] could be responsible for the events of the game, but these hints are faint enough that a totally mundane explanation also works just fine.


* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: There are hints that [[spoiler: the murdered rabbit's spirit]] could be responsible for the events of the game, but these hints are shaky enough that a totally mundane explanation also works just fine.

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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: There are hints that [[spoiler: the murdered rabbit's spirit]] could be responsible for the events of the game, but these hints are shaky faint enough that a totally mundane explanation also works just fine.

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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: There are hints that [[spoiler: the murdered rabbit's spirit]] could be responsible for the events of the game, but these hints are shaky enough that a totally mundane explanation also works just fine.


* FanTranslation - A patch that translates everything (even the names of the text files), courtesy of [[ImageBoards 4chan's /jp/ board.]]


* [[GameOverMan Game Over Woman]] - Irisu greets you every time you get a game over.

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* [[GameOverMan Game Over Woman]] GameOverMan - Irisu greets you every time you get a game over.


* WhiteHairedPrettyGirl - Irisu!


See also ''VideoGame/AiToYuukiToKashiwamochi'', another puzzle game by the same creator.

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See also ''VideoGame/AiToYuukiToKashiwamochi'', ''VideoGame/AiToYuukiToKashiWaMochi'', another puzzle game by the same creator.


See also AiToYuukiToKashiwamochi, another puzzle game by the same creator.

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See also AiToYuukiToKashiwamochi, ''VideoGame/AiToYuukiToKashiwamochi'', another puzzle game by the same creator.


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* EverythingsBetterWithBunnies - Irisu! [[spoiler:[[DarthWiki/IrisuSyndrome Or Is It?]]]]

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* EverythingsBetterWithBunnies BunniesForCuteness - Irisu! [[spoiler:[[DarthWiki/IrisuSyndrome Or Is It?]]]]


[[DarthWiki/IrisuSyndrome http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/phpdLJbEwPM.jpg]]
[[caption-width:350:''Meet Irisu, Bunnygirl Witch Extraordinaire!'']]

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[[DarthWiki/IrisuSyndrome [[quoteright:350:[[DarthWiki/IrisuSyndrome http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/phpdLJbEwPM.jpg]]
[[caption-width:350:''Meet
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[[caption-width-right:350:''Meet
Irisu, Bunnygirl Witch Extraordinaire!'']]

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