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MangaGamer Announces Release of If My Heart Had Wings from MoeNovel

June 28th, 2013--We at MangaGamer are proud to announce the release of If My Heart Had Wings to our lineup!

Winner of 3rd place in the 2012 Bishoujo Game Awards (and 4th place for scenario), If My Heart Had Wings marks the first game published by MoeNovel, a new visual novel publisher. We wish them well in their new endeavors into this market, and hope all our visual novel fans will enjoy the translation provided by Active Gaming Media (AGM), the same company who translated popular titles like Demon's Souls and No More Heroes!

This game has been rated T for Teen (and 12 by PEGI standards).

If My Heart Had Wings
Aoi Minase, a boy whose dreams were shattered has returned to his hometown of Kazegaura where there, on top of a hill lined with windmills, he encounters a wheelchair-bound girl, Kotori Hanabe, and a large, white glider soaring through the sky.

Before long, they will begin to revive Keifuu Academy's Soaring Club, which is on the verge of having its club status repealed, in order to ride the “Morning Glory”, a phantom cloud brought by the wind which blows across Kazegaura.
This is a tale of youth, a tale of those students who loved the sky.

If My Heart Had Wings
Manufacturer: MoeNovel
Genre: Adventure
Price: $29.99 Digital
OS: Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
Text Language: English
Voice Language: Japanese
Age Rating: T (ESRB), 12 (PEGI)

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