Winter in Fairbrook - guide!

Dating / farming sim with scheduler: http://www.winterwolves.com/theflowershop.htm
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Re: Winter in Fairbrook - guide!

Post by Chrartah » Sun Apr 01, 2012 8:14 am

Okay, so I've opened all the endings. And you know what? I think it's the coolest dating sim ever =) Especially at the time chibis are involved =)))

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Re: Winter in Fairbrook - guide!

Post by jack1974 » Sun Apr 01, 2012 8:58 am

Cool, thank you 8)

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Re: Winter in Fairbrook - guide!

Post by cloud0103 » Thu May 31, 2012 9:29 am

ok... i was really trying to avoid asking but I have played for 4 hours straight for Trent and I get the alone ending each time after reading your walkthrough
I got his relationship to excellent, got culture above 80 and empathy above 60, rested for one day each week, got above $600 dollars of profit
I have no idea what else to do and its just making me frustrated :( please help!

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Re: Winter in Fairbrook - guide!

Post by jack1974 » Thu May 31, 2012 1:50 pm

You got them reversed, you need Empathy >= 80 and culture >= 60 :)

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Re: Winter in Fairbrook - guide!

Post by cloud0103 » Wed Jun 06, 2012 1:19 am

oh! that was the problem! thank you so much!! ^-^

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Re: Winter in Fairbrook - guide!

Post by thesleepykitten » Wed Jun 20, 2012 10:11 pm

Potential spoiler warning for Winter in Fairbrook, etc etc >.>b

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Having played through it and got all the endings, have to say this game was *very* impressive. The boys were all likeable in their own way (I thought Ryan was my type, but in the end Steve turned out to be my favourite. That dinner scene was so adorable~) CGs were clean, the dialogue fun and cute, and the endings were very satisfying - especially the snowball scene. I also thought it was clever that the highest stat was the one that wasn't directly associated with the character himself (like Ryan didn't mind if you didn't know how to derive... or even know what deriving was). I hope to see more games similar (and yes, absolutely adored Summer in Fairbrook/The Flower Shop.)

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Re: Winter in Fairbrook - guide!

Post by seienhananosei » Sun Jul 01, 2012 8:19 pm

Although I do like dating sims, I admit that I was a bit prejudiced against the Flower Shop games before I played them-- I prefer sims that have a lot of character development and story as opposed to ones where you spend most of your time "grinding" to raise stats. Because of this, I somehow decided that Planet Stronghold and Loren would be interesting (because the romances are secondary to the main plot and because of the battles) but didn't think that the Flower Shop series would be something I was interested in. I think I was associating it with Farmville, haha.

I ended up buying them because they were on sale and I figured that I might as well support Winter Wolves and have all the games. After playing the demo of the Flower Shop and Winter in Fairbrooks I was really surprised! The writing was excellent, the art was gorgeous, and you got to interact and meet with a host of really interesting characters. Even the main character was her own person, not just a player insert, and the main character from the first game was shown in greater depth as well.

Just wanted to say that I am super impressed with these games, and just because there isn't fighting doesn't mean the story wasn't really engaging! Thanks for the awesome games!

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Re: Winter in Fairbrook - guide!

Post by jack1974 » Sun Jul 01, 2012 8:55 pm

Thanks :) and yes, since the demos are free I would recommend everyone to take the time to play them at least a bit, you might be surprised :wink:

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Re: Winter in Fairbrook - guide!

Post by doodleshock » Mon Sep 17, 2012 10:56 pm

Hi, I know this seems like a dumb question, but what are the names of the songs/pieces used in the game? I know they're not available for public use, but I'd still like to know.

Thanks!

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Re: Winter in Fairbrook - guide!

Post by jack1974 » Tue Sep 18, 2012 7:02 am

Hmm don't remember the actual names, but were from a site called freshmusic.com I believe. Sorry, have a big collection of royalty free music so hard for me to remember the exact songs :mrgreen:

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