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YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this World (この世の果てで恋を唄う少女YU-NO) is a Japanese visual novel adventure video game developed and published by ELF Corporation. It was originally released in 1996 for the PC-98 Japanese home computers and later ported as non-censored versions to the Sega Saturn and Microsoft Windows platforms.

The game was written and produced by Hiroyuki Kanno, who is responsible for planning, screenwriting, game design and comprehensive production.

It has been released on PC-9801, Sega Saturn, Windows, PlayStation 4 / PlayStation Vita.

Also, adult animation, mangaization, novelization was done.


The objective is to go around the parallel worlds which are said to exist in myriads and to solve the hidden mystery. Contents of this edition are divided into a contemporary story and different world chapters. Contemporary Japanese lined in countless numbers in contemporary edition Walking around Japan after gathering all the items called "jewels", it was set as a different dimension reminiscent of the ancient Western It is a mechanism to advance to the different world edition. Although the parallel world is not rare as a subject of SF, the unique world view created based on knowledge of physics, mathematics, philosophy, history, and religion gained much support. Also, it has a system for making a map of a branched parallel world called A. D. M. S (Adams, auto branching mapping system) visually easy to understand, and aiding searching. "Bound of this World" is the world in which the hero of this work arrives at the end of the story, "YU-NO" is the name of a girl holding the key of the story. "A Girl Who Chants Love at the_Bound of this World" is the main title and "YU-NO" is the subtitle (it is clearly stated in the notice of SP disc included in the PC - 9801 version package).



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