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Visual Novel / Passport to Romance

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Passport to Romance is one of the many books from the Choices: Stories You Play collection.

You've just landed an opportunity to travel to Europe! What will be awaiting you there?


  • Bi the Way: As with all Choices games, you can date all love interests regardless of gender.
  • Camera Fiend: Charlie is a little bit of one, given that they must take pictures for the blog.
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: Elliot is the foolish to William's responsible. In response to their parents' deaths, the former travels around while abandoning his responsibilities in the family company, and the latter continues working in it.
  • Glad I Thought of It: While Wanderlust is the default name of Charlie’s travel blog, regardless what name they give it, Yvette acts like it was her idea.
  • Hello, [Insert Name Here]: Like every Choices game, you can name your character. In this story, the default is Charlie.
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  • How We Got Here: Chapter 1 has Charlie tell their story to Elliot about how they got their travel blog started and on the flight to Paris.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: Bronwyn Alby may be an Insufferable Genius towards Sumire when it comes to art, but Charlie can tell the latter that the former has a point that art has to make at least some impact on the world, which Sumire can take while still staying true to her enjoyment of art.
  • Multinational Team: All members of the main cast come from different countries. Charlie's from the US, Elliot's from the UK, Ahmed's from Oman, Marisa's from Brazil, and Sumire's from Japan.
  • Plug 'n' Play Friends: Charlie is remarkably lucky: they made four friends willing to travel the world with them in under 48 hours.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech:
    • In Chapter 13, a premium option to goad Bronwyn into a draw-off with Sumire results in the latter winning and delivering a speech on how Bronwyn's focus on her art has made her bitter and condescending.
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    • In Chapter 15, there's a premium option to help Marisa deliver one to her ex-boyfriend Tristao.
  • Separated by a Common Language: Ahmed is a football player as in soccer while Charlie can say they prefer American football.
  • Shout-Out:
    • Charlie was the editor-in-chief at Hartfeld's newspaper.
  • The Teetotaler: Ahmed, being a Muslim, doesn’t drink alcohol.

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