Clover Day’s Trial English Translation

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ALcot‘s 10 Anniversary game. Shares settings with their first game Clover Heart’s.
Complete Version Release Date: 2014/03/28 (Master up is done, no delay)
The trial version is not 18+

Here is 2-3 hours of the trial version translation (6 parts).

part2  part3  part4  part5  part6

There are 2500 lines translated. And I am done with this game, will not translate it any further. I need to move on and translate my next game.

If you want to read at your own pace and control, you can access the translation with:
Visual Novel Reader and
For Trial game download try: here, here, here, or here.

OP (with English subs by Edmond)

Story:

It was, a buried memory
It was, an eternal oath
It was, a wish from the heart
It was, a regret kept for eternity

And, a promise of childhood—

Yuto who was left behind by his parents and raised up in an English nursing facility, became the retainer of the business operating family Takakura, and came to Japan.

Yuto, who couldn’t speak Japanese, was supported by the twin sisters in law: the bright and shy Anzu, and the cool and reliable(shikkari) Anri.
His classmates from elementary school: the innocent and gentle Tsubame, and the showy and devious Izumi.

The young boys and girls, unaware of love; they laughed, cried, cultivating irreplaceable bonds.

And 10 year later—

The street scenery had changed so much, and so did Yuto and the others.

–But there are also things that remained the same.

“Do you remember… That day’s promise?”

They had moved overseas 10 years ago: my other set of twin childhood friends.
Hekiru and Hikaru are joined again with Yuto, and those memories/thoughts of 10 years ago move again.

Those rich and satisfying days: Clover Day’s start here—-

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Trivia: Some characters have black hair, but is it black?
It seems that as a matter of drawing, coloring, it is not very practical/desired to make the hair entirely black. So that’s the explanation. Source: Radio de ALcot!

So, ok enjoy the game.

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