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Graduation Photo Records
Graduation Photo Records
by TRI Fol:um -Repens- (2017)
Player Count
2 to 4

Player Ages

Playing Time
15 minutes to 1 minutes
  • Abstract Strategy
  • Party Game
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  • Tile Placement
  • Area Control / Area Influence
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  • Rating: 4/10 from 1 users


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    Graduation Photo Records (??????????????????) is a photo-placement game by the Japanese publisher TRI Fol:um -Repens-. The game was released for the Game Market 2017 Kobe in Japan.

    In this game, you play students about to graduate from high school. They have little time before their graduation to get ready a photo album with memories of their days as student friends.

    A tabletop game where your objective is to collect photos of your youth life and create your student yearbook. Gameplay itself is simple: draw a photo, and mount them on the board. Though, each player character has hidden objectives (like which kind of photo they like, or who they are in love with), and since so, their interests should have some conflicts.

    There are no special events in the game, but with many beautiful photos in a common Japanese school days settings, the nostalgic atmosphere should be appealing to many.

    You play as one of eight character, and each character has hidden objectives. The deck of photos is like printed photos shot on film, not digital prints. Each turn, you may 'shoot a photo' (draw a photo from the deck and place it face down in front of you), 'develop/print' (turn one of your face-down photos face-up), or 'layout on board' (place your printed photo on the shared album board).

    The board doesn't have a grid, you may place the photo anyway you like. You may overlap any previously placed photos with just one restriction: at least one character's face must be fully visible from the underlying photos.

    When the 'endgame' photo is drawn (it is loaded somewhere near the bottom of the deck), you tally points based on your hidden objectives.

    The gameplay itself has low language dependencies, but the 8 student ID cards (with the face of the character and their hidden objectives) have Japanese on them. The photo itself has some handwritten Japanese scribbles with their character names, and some objectives refer to the other characters by these names ("4pts: have 2 or more photos with Miki at the end"). Therefore, if you cannot read JP letters well, you might struggle to properly recognise the names as they are presented. So the game needs a little more than a crib-sheet or memory, you need to be able to spot these names easily.

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