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Trivia / SHUFFLE!

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  • Adaptation First:
    • The Shuffle! Days in the Bloom manga premiered one month before the visual novel's release.
    • The anime adaptation was released in North America in 2007. Two years later, MangaGamer would release the original visual novel worldwide.
  • Directed by Cast Member: In the English dub:
    • Carrie Savage was the ADR director for the first four episodes, as well as the voice of Kaede Fuyou.
    • Leah Clark, who directed episode 5 through 8, provided the voice for Momiji Fuyou in episode 19.
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    • Todd Haberkorn not only voiced Itsuki Midoriba, but was also the ADR Director for the rest of the series beginning with episode 9.
  • Late Export for You:
    • The PC version of the visual novel had a worldwide release in 2009, five years after its original Japanese release.
    • YumeHaven released the PlayStation 2 version on Steam in 2016, eleven years after it was released in Japan.
  • No Dub for You: The visual novels retained the original Japanese audio for the worldwide release.
  • Written by Cast Member: In addition to directing the first four episodes as well as voicing Kaede Fuyou, Carrie Savage wrote the scripts for episodes 1, 2, 4, 5, and 7.


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