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Canary (visual novel)

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Genre  Eroge
Initial release date  4 August 2000
Publisher  Interchannel
Released  March 22, 2002
Developer  Front Wing
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Genre  Hentai, Romance, Comedy
Released  August 4, 2000 (Windows) August 23, 2001 (Dreamcast) November 22, 2002 (Windows) - re-released April 10, 2003 (PS2) November 27, 2005 (Mobile Phones)
Platforms  Dreamcast, Microsoft Windows
Similar  Front Wing games, Other games

Canary (カナリア 〜この想いを歌に乗せて〜, Kanaria ~kono omoi o uta ni nosete~) is the first eroge game made by Front Wing, and has also been adapted into an anime OVA, which is not hentai. The game was re-released for the Dreamcast and PlayStation 2 in non-adult content.



Mika Katagiri wants her band to perform at the upcoming local festival. However, complications arise. Their keyboardist, Jun, refuses to play, and their stage has been cancelled. Refusing to give up, Mika and her band strive to find a way to play at the festival, using any means necessary.


On release, Famitsu magazine scored the Dreamcast version of the game a 30 out of 40.

THEM Anime gave the OVA a negative review, stating that it relied too much on sight gags while have poor plotting and no character development.


Canary (visual novel) Wikipedia

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