To access the Demo Checklist, players can go through the title screen. In the future, there may be a charge to play the complete game once it is finished. The setting of the game is a fictional Japanese school named Akademi Highschool. The name Akademi comes from the Japanese words “華” (ka), meaning “flower,” and “蓮” (ren), meaning “lotus” or “water lily.” It could also be derived from the words “咲” (saku), meaning “blossom,” and “良” (ra), meaning “good” or “virtuous,” among other possible kanji combinations. Info is the leader of the information Club and serves as an information broker. Interestingly, I'm not particularly interested in MOBAs like DoTA 2 and League of Legends, nor am I into shooters like Fortnite, PUBG, and VALORANT. However, I do find inspiration in video game characters like Alex Mercer (Prototype), Ephraim (Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones), and Tartaglia (Genshin Impact).
In combat, I imitate Alex Mercer's Blade energy with karate-type moves, even without a weapon. I can also feint by raising my weapon as a distraction before delivering a powerful kick. Instead of focusing on individual foes, like with my usual quick attack style, I can rely on hammerfists to overpower a large group of enemies without worrying about their defenses. I once faced a 2-vs-1 friendly fight and despite feeling tired, I pushed through to the end, driven by the desire to impress my coach. In January 2015, I started my formal fight training at Elorde Boxing Gym, named after the famous boxer Gabriel “Flash” Elorde. When that branch closed in 2017, I continued practicing martial arts at Gold's Gym, where I was introduced to Coach G-Force and received my mom's approval.
Even when faced with powerful punches, I withstand them like a champion. It's unfortunate if this standard sounds like a trailer for an amazing movie. I enjoy giving my players a sense of being superheroes. Maybe it's because it feels like just a week before exams when Mida substitutes and wants to do her job properly.
The demo version of the game only includes the first week of gameplay. If I move an unconscious student in front of a door before the teacher arrives, the teacher will call the police, believing there has been a murder. When the police arrive, the game will display the usual “they couldn't link you to the murder” message if the syringe has been disposed of. However, at the end of the day, the teacher will find the evidence as usual. One of the muscular opponents, whom I call “Boulder,” gets terrified after only a minute because I'm able to penetrate his defenses. It's worth noting that not all emulators are compatible with Chrome OS, so you may have to try a few to find the one that works for you.