Leap into the world of magic, sorcery and the unknown in Unison Shift: Blossom’s A Clockwork Ley-Line: The Borderline of Dusk. This is a Japanese modern fantasy adventure visual novel. Featuring gorgeous artwork and great voice acting, the story unravels as you join the journey into the world of Ley-Line.
In a mysterious academy where day and night are two separate worlds, a mismatched trio work to resolve magic-related incidents. A world of magic, intrigue, mystery and the occult awaits you!
Koga Michiru is a newly enrolled first-year student at a boarding academy with a notably large clock tower located deep in the mountains. Unfortunately, on his first day, he gets caught up in some sudden trouble and accidentally breaks an expensive-looking statue.
In order to compensate for the broken statue, the principal orders him and the boy who caused the incident to work for the academy’s “Bureau for the Investigation of Special Affairs.”
When they arrive at the Bureau’s headquarters, a room situated in the academy’s enormous underground library, a girl is waiting for them there with an apathetic look on her face.
The girl informs the confused pair of the situation: Magic exists in this academy.
When the clock tower chimes, the “Realm of Night” appears, and merges with the academy building. The Bureau’s job is to take care of the supernatural problems that arise. And so, Koga struggles to protect the academy from troublesome magical items known as “Mists”…
- Full Japanese voice acting featuring talents such as Moriya Misono, Kawashima Rino, Kadokura Souichi and Moka Choko
- Branching storyline points, allowing the player to seek new routes each playthrough.
- Artwork by prolific industry artists Pero and Urabi
- First title in a trilogy, followed by Daybreak of Remnants Shadow and Flowers Falling in the Morning Mist
- OS: XP/Vista/7/8/10
- Processor: Pentium4 1.3GHz
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL compatible card
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Storage: 4 GB available space