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0verflow

CountryJapan
IntroducedNovember 26, 1999
OwnerStack
Product typeVisual novels , Erotica, Eroge

Bodyclass vcard 0verflow titleclass fn org imageclass logo label1 Type data1 Private subsidiary class1 category label2 Industry data2 Interactive entertainment Brand novelties class2 category label3 Genre data3 Erotica; Eroge class3 category label4 Fate label5 Predecessor label6 Successor label7 found data7 1997 label8 Founder data8 Akio Onuma class8 agent label9 Defunct label10 Headquarters data10 Kanda, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan class10 adr label11 Number of locations label12 Area serve data12 Japan label13 Key people data13 Akio Oonuma kimihiko Iwasaki class13 agent label15 Products data15 School Days Summer Days Cross Days label16 Production output label17 Services class17 category label18 Revenue label19 Operating income label20 Net income label21 AUM label22 Total assets label23 Total equity label24 Owner label25 Employees data25 12 label26 Parent data26 Stack Ltd. Label27 Divisions label28 Subsidiaries label29 Website data29 0verflow. Com 0verflow italic title 0verflow, erroneously Overflow, is Japanese video game division of Stack Ltd. Specializing in production of mature interactive fiction. The company is best known for its popular game franchise School Days, which has spawned numerous multimedia adaptions and two sequels. Its headquarters are located in Sugisho Building in Kanda, Chiyoda, Tokyo.

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Games

0verflow developed several Visual Novels related to School Days, sharing a game universe. These games include Large PonPon, PureMail, Pleasure Box, Snow Radish Vacation, Summer Radish Vacation, Summer Radish Vacation 2, Miss Each Other. Further games released after School Days include a spin-off called Summer Days, parallel story called Cross Days. Base on the story of the original game, School Days was reimagined as manga, illustrated by Homare Sakazuki and serialized in Kadokawa Shoten magazine Comp Ace from May 26 2006 to September 26 2007. On July 12 2007, 0verflow announced that manga had been collected into its first volume, comprising five chapters set to be release on July 26. Later that year, second and final volume, comprising the remaining seven chapters, was released on November 26. Various artists also produce short manga of School Days that were compiled into two comic anthologies. School Days Comic Anthology was released by Ohzora Publishing on October 25 2005 under their P-mate Comics imprint, containing nine short manga by individual artists. On February 25 2008, Ichijinsha printed School Days Kotonoha Anthology under their DNA Media Comics imprint, Collection of manga primarily featuring character Kotonoha Katsura. In addition to manga, School Days was adapted into other print media. The first of these was School Days Visual Guide Book published by Jive on September 16 2005, artbook of character illustrations, model sheets, screenplay, storyboards and visual hierarchy of choices and corresponding scenes in the game. Separate editions for Anime television series and PlayStation 2 game were also publish, on December 1 2007 and March 21 2008, respectively. Collections of production work from Windows games such as character and environment art, screenplay, artist commentaries and all manufactured promotional items were collected in School Days Official Visual Art work on December 16 2005 and also featured in SummerDays & School Days Visual Collection on August 31 2006. The first of four light novels, all illustrated by Junji Goto, was written by Ryuna Okada and printed by Harvest Publishing under their Harvest Novels imprint. Release on December 1 2005, School Days: Sekai Hen retell original story from the perspective of Sekai. Okada would follow up the book with School Days: Kotonoha Hen on January 1 2006, switching to the perspective of Kotonoha. Two light novels were also published by Jive, first of which was written by Takuya Baba, School Days: Kimi to Iru, Sora and printed on December 16 2005, and the second by Hiro Akiduki, School Days: Innocent Blue, released on April 28. School Days was adapted into a twelve-episode Anime television series by TNK. The series ran from July 3 2007 to September 27 2007. TNK also produces two direct-to-video episodes of School Days. First, title Valentine Days, was bundled with limited Edition copies of School Days LH, and features unrelated comedic romp through Valentine's Day as Kotonoha, Sekai, and Otome try and give Makoto giri chocos.

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