She can be found in the huge ship called the Langoud. Metalia, the "Jewel Master", the oldest of Meis' dates, over 200 years old as said by herself, this woman was a friend of Jyabil's and helps the heroes find the flames. Combat in Thousand Arms is turn based, with up to three party members to be taken into battle at once.
Kyoka Maharoba, Soushi's sister, a shy and proper Japanese girl who detests her brother's lecherous personality (but is blind to Meis's). Mil Wind, a highly intelligent girl who stalks Meis as a way to research his womanizing personality. However, only the front character is actually able to physically attack the enemy.
Meis, a womanizing "Spirit Blacksmith" with the ability to make magical weapons, finds himself chosen to find the flames before the Dark Acolytes do.
In 1999 the game was ported again to the Game Boy Color in two versions, Tokimeki Memorial Sports Version: Kotei no Photograph and Tokimeki Memorial Culture Version: Komorebi no Melody, dividing 10 of the characters between the two games and adding three new winnable characters, Patricia Mc Grath, Naomi Munakata, and Kyoko Izumi.
The Game Boy Color versions also featured a Beatmania mini-game, compatibility with the Super Game Boy, a screen saver mode, and a two-player versus minigame.
is a dating sim video game developed and published by Konami.
The first game in the Tokimeki Memorial series, it was first released on the PC Engine in May 1994.
Along his journey, he meets a colorful cast of characters, including girls to date and allies to join his party.
Meis Triumph The 16-year-old heir to a family of Spirit Blacksmiths, Meis learned from his father how to be a womanizer.
In 2004, the game was ported to mobile phones in Japan, and in 2006, was ported to the Play Station Portable portable system, which is virtually identical to the Play Station version.
In 2009, the Play Station version of Tokimeki Memorial was released in Japan on the Play Station Store to celebrate the franchise's 15th anniversary.
It was remade as Tokimeki Memorial: Forever With You on the Play Station (1995), Sega Saturn (1996) and PC (1997) with a new opening video, improved graphics and sound, and new minigames.
In 1996, it was ported to the Super Famicom as Tokimeki Memorial: Densetsu no Ki no Shita de, and although drastically reduced in graphic and sound quality (the only voice clips were available during loading), included an exclusive CD with a radio drama and new arrangement of the ending theme, "Futari no Toki", this time sung by the majority of the girls, instead of just Shiori Fujisaki (the heroine of the first game).
The key feature in this game which distinguishes it from most other RPGs is its built-in mini-dating simulation.