Watch The Opening Movie For Flowers By Innocent Grey

By Ishaan . March 4, 2014 . 1:40pm

Innocent Grey have shared the opening movie for Flowers, their next visual novel. As previously reported, Flowers is an all-ages mystery game that takes place at an academy for girls. You can read more about the game’s story and characters in this report.



Flowers will be released in Japan on April 18th for PC. We’ll have more news on the game as it is shared. Kara no Shoujo director Miki Sugina is working on the game as “Genga”. Translated literally, the term means “original picture,” but just what this position involves differs from company to company.

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  • raitouniverse

    Well that sure got to the point rather quickly.

  • Juan Andrés Valencia

    As anything made by Innocent Grey it looks utterly beautiful but I’m still weirded out at the all-ages thing and the yuri themed mystery.

    • Kumiko Akimoto

      Well I can play it in the daylight which will be a treat

      • Juan Andrés Valencia

        And at least I know I won’t die since Innocent Grey LOVES killing you after the sex scenes.

        • Kumiko Akimoto

          and heroines, well a light mystery this time around shouldn’t be too bad.
          >Makes the mistake of thinking that all ages means it can’t have violence or depression
          >Soul gets crushed

          • Juan Andrés Valencia

            I just remembered that Clannad exists. That one isn’t a VN or a game, it’s a crying test. If you don’t cry you are a sociopath.

            That one is soul crushing in terms of sadness.

          • Kumiko Akimoto

            That’s how all key games are generally.

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  • Albel

    Well, all the power to Sugina Miki for doing what HE likes and thinks will make his company money, but releasing it under their murder-mystery-established Innocent Grey brand to garner some quick interest is still something I won’t support. Escpecially since we’re probably losing out on a non-KnS murder-mystery title, considering they did Caucasus between KnS 1 and 2 and they’re doing this one now. Oh well, 2018 it is then <_<

    Anyways, gonna get this one for my collection sometime after release, used.

  • Nanaki

    I give kudos to Ishaan for writing this article and separating it from the bias that media tends to almost always focus on rather than the entirety of the project, or in this case video game.

  • Abysswalker90

    For some reason, in Japan it is accepted, even welcomed, to open up the subject of girl-on-girl action to children…?

    If only I could be so grossly incandescent.

    • KoRLumen

      It’s children game? o:

      Also… Since when is it a bad thing to introduce homosexual relationships to children?

      • Juan Andrés Valencia

        All Ages doesn’t mean a game for kids, it’s usually for VN’s without gore and sex scenes. There might be blood or harsh themes though.

      • Abysswalker90

        There’s a difference between introducing relationships to softcore porn.

        • KoRLumen

          Refer to Juan’s comment.

          • Abysswalker90

            Yeah, I saw it. Still, I wonder what the target audience is…
            Girls with lesbian tendencies, and creepy middle aged men?

          • KoRLumen

            I like to think it’s geared towards people who enjoy VN’s for their vanilla.

  • Ladius

    An All Ages Innocent Grey novel could be a fantastic opportunity for Mangagamer, considering the success they just had with Go Go Nippon! on Steam.

    While the rest of IG’s lineup could never be released there because of its contents, this game could be a good fit for that platform and bring a new audience to know the developer and its previous works.

  • DyLaN

    The OP looks so beautiful and relaxing. But then again, this is IG so I’m being cautiously relaxed XD

  • ChiffonCake

    My hype is at unprecedented levels. Yuri VN developed by IG with Sugina’s beautiful art? YES PLEASE.

  • psfam

    Looks beautiful, but I’ll be careful watching future trailers at work.

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