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|Japanese Release Date(s)|
January 1, 2000
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Gameplay[edit | edit source]
The game is mainly text based and consists of few choices for the player to make. The game also includes a number of dance scenes. The player has sex with the 3 female main characters as well as two others (Naomi and Miori) in the storyline.
Storyline[edit | edit source]
The game starts showing the words "PiPiT gonna move..." and a group of three women begins signing on a stage. After the starting movie the game begins with Kazuhiko Kagayama a talent manager of an Entertainment Agency that specializes in J-Idols entering a studio. He gets to manage the group "PiPiT" which consists of three girls Ai, Kaori, and Kikuna. Kagaya consults with various individuals in the studio to determine to setup a concert. The show Kagayama gets a chance to setup an event of TV performance. The players relationships in the game is dependant on the decision he makes and the results of the concerts.
Software problems[edit | edit source]
Dancing cats has a problem in which the sound is disabled on any computers with Windows NT (i.e. Windows ME, NT, 2000, and XP)
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