Cover to the PS2 Clover Heart's: Looking for Happiness limited edition version featuring Rea and Rio Mikoshiba.
Dennō Club (DVD game)
|Release||JP November 28, 2003 (PC)
JP August 26, 2004 (PS2)
|Genre(s)||Eroge, Visual novel|
- Hakuto Nagumo (南雲 白兎? Nagumo Hakuto)
- Voiced by: Ryōko Tanaka
- Itsuki Nagumo (南雲 夷月? Nagumo Itsuki)
- Voiced by: Aoi Kisaragi
- Rea Mikoshiba (御子柴 玲亜? Mikoshiba Rea)
- Voiced by: Kana Fumiduki
- Rio Mikoshiba (御子柴 莉織? Mikoshiba Rio)
- Voiced by: Suzune Kusunoki
- Chimari Komamiya (駒宮 ちまり? Komamiya Chimari)
- Voiced by: Mahiru Kaneda
- Madoka Sakaki (榊 円華? Sakaki Madoka)
- Voiced by: "Yuki"
- Kenji Sakaki (榊 賢治? Sakaki Kenji)
- Voiced by: Tsukasa Madera
- Yūki Hayama (葉山 雄基? Hayama Yūki)
- Rin Asuka (飛鳥 凛? Asuka Rin)
- Kuon Nogisaka (乃木坂 久遠? Nogisaka Kuon)
- Robert Ichimonji (ロベルト＝イチモンジ?)
- Voiced by: Ayumu Nakazawa
- Saionji-sensei (西園寺 先生?)
- Airi Momose (桃瀬 愛理? Momose Airi)
- The PS2 exclusive character.
Voiced by: Mia Naruse
Clover Heart's was first released for PC on four CDs on November 28, 2003. On June 25, 2004, a DVD edition of the game was released.
The game was ported to the PlayStation 2 as Clover Heart's: Looking for Happiness. The PS2 version has the pornographic elements removed, but features the new character Airi Momose. Looking for Happiness was released in three versions: a limited edition, standard edition, and Best version (budget release). The limited edition came with a bonus drama CD.
Another port for FOMA mobile phones was released on December 28, 2004.
Lastly, it was ported as a DVD TV game on January 26, 2006.
- Page for the original version(Japanese)
- Page for the DVD version(Japanese)
- Page for Clover Heart's: Looking for Happiness(Japanese)
- English review of the game
- "Clover Heart's". The Visual Novel Database.
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