Tokimeki Check-in!

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No relation to the Tokimeki Memorial dating sim series by Konami.
Tokimeki Check In!
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Developer(s) Crowd
  • JP: Crowd
  • NA: Peach Princess
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
  • JP: January 24, 1999
  • NA: August 9, 2001
Genre(s) Eroge, Visual Novel
Mode(s) Single Player

Tokimeki Check-in! (ときめきCheck in!) is an eroge dating sim developed by Crowd. It was translated later by Peach Princess into English. The game has a multiple-choice interface with a lot of computer graphics.

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