Gin'yuu Mokushiroku Meine Liebe is a series of dating sims by Konami for the Game Boy Advance and PlayStation 2.
Meine Liebe has been adapted into an anime series produced in 2004 by the studio Bee Train, which was broadcast across Japan by the anime television network, Animax. In 2006 a sequel was produced by the name of Gin'yuu Mokushiroku Meine Liebe wieder, which was also broadcast across Japan by the Animax.
The entire story takes place in a country called Kuchen, a fictional country located in the Atlantic Ocean, to the coasts of France and south of Britannia. The word kuchen is the German word for cake, and most of the places and people are also German-based. Other notable cities are Kirsche (cherry), Erdbeere (strawberry) and Mürbe (shortcrust).
Kuchen is a monarchy. The king of Kuchen decided that his country would not get involved in the disheveled politics of a world between two world wars. The king is aided by several scholars with strong backgrounds and logical minds, who earned recognition from the Kuchen church. They are men with a noble rank who graduated from the prestigious Rosenstolz academy.
The main hero of the anime is Orpherus, a young man who believes in a country ruled by its people and whose sister was killed in an act of terrorism two years prior. Orpherus, nicknamed Orphe, is surrounded by his friends and rivals and together they struggle to make their dream come true being the king’s advisors.
The story follows the lives of students at an elite academy of the fictional European country of Kuchen in 1937.
Other adaptations consist of a 4 volume Meine Liebe manga and a novel. Also, several drama CDs have been released.
Produced by Hirotaka Reizei, Meine Liebe - Yuubinaru Kioku is a love simulation game based on the Game Boy Advance hit. The year is 1935. Set in the beautiful kingdom of Kuchen, in the Rosenschutz School, the player assumes the role of a young girl with an eye for love. Gameplay covers two years in the school and is mainly communication based, much like other games in this genre. Konami prides itself on gorgeous character art and the addition of unique filters and camera angles. The game utilizes a LoveLove Filter, a MellowMellow Filter, and the Dramatical Eye System to bring the game's young cast to life. "Meine Liebe" is German and translates to "My Love."
GBA of the "Mein Liebe", the teenager temptation simulation which gave improved surface enhancement of production and graphics, such as full voice support of a character. Set in prestigious school of boarding young elite gather, a Rosen Stolz Technical Academy, at the school life of two years, with the goal of confession, to draw a figure which go brush your daily myself from a man of intention as a girl in love.
- First person perspective.
- 2D graphics
- Cartoon graphics
- Medieval Fantasy theme.