Yu-No: The Girl that Chants Love at the Edge of the World Elf, MAGES. Inc. / TLWiki, Spike Chunsoft Co. Ltd. 2000

Takuya Arima is a young student whose father, a historian who has conducted various researches, disappeared recently. During a summer vacation Takuya receives a peculiar package from his missing father, along with a letter containing information about the existence of various parallel worlds. At first Takuya doesn’t take it seriously, but soon he realizes that he possesses a device that allows him to travel to alternate dimensions. Is his father alive, after all? If so, where is he? This is a Japanese-style adventure (still screens viewed from first-person perspective, a lot of dialogue) with a unique feature: multiple story paths are shown on a special map and can be accessed within the same playing session, by using orbs like the one Takuya finds in his home at the beginning of the game. If a path leads to a dead end, the player can opt to use a stone, go back, and investigate another place to lead the story into a different direction. The interaction with the game world does not involve menu commands, as in most Japanese adventures (except in the prologue); instead, a point-and-click interface is used. The game's original PC-98 and Windows releases feature explicit sex scenes. In 2011, the Windows version of Yu-No was fan-translated into English by a group gathered on TLWiki (chief translator Phar). Besides translating all the text, the patch released by them also allowed playing the game with full voice-overs from the Saturn version, removed some censorship in the erotic scenes, and imported higher-quality music from the PC-98 CD release. A hentai anime OVA as well as a manga and several novels were later released. In 2019, an official English version was released.
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Japanese ISO Demo + English text and voice patches 556MB+653MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
Full Demo with voice patches and updated music (provided by Delacroix & upped by Scaryfun) 1.79GB

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