Mirai no Kimi to, Subete no Uta ni

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Title: Mirai no Kimi to, Subete no Uta ni
Creator: Supplement Time
Date(s): December 31 2007
Medium: Visual Novel
Fandom: Vocaloid
External Links: http://doubleegg.blog89.fc2.com/blog-entry-14.html
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Mirai no Kimi to, Subete no Uta ni (Japanese: "未来のキミと、すべての歌に―") is a visual novel fangame starring Hatsune Miku from the Vocaloid franchise.

There are two sequel games: Rin ga Utau, Mirai no Neiro, and Mirai no Uta to, Tsunagaru Hitomi.


The game was originally sold at Comiket 73 on CD-ROM in December 2007 by the Japanese doujin circle Supplement Time. Supplement Time released a downloadable version on April 4, 2008.

A Russian translation patch ("С песней по жизни") was released by Honyaku-Subs in September 2009.

An English translation patch ("To You of the Future, I Give Every Song") was released by Project Zoom909 in October 2010.

A partial Spanish patch was released in 2013 by the group Noberu Visual.[1]

A Vietnamese translation patch by Hoshi Translation and a French translation patch by Yarashii were released in June 2017.


The game is rated 6.95 out of 10 on VNDB, with the mode vote being 7 out of 10. On Erogamescape, the mean score is 67 out of 100 and the median score is 73 out of 100.[2]

The storyline of finding an android girl has been compared to Chobits.

Miku + Chobits

The theme of the story: guy wants girl, guy finds girl, girl is actually an android, guy loves girl, girl loves guy. This novel has a great story that is one of its own. After finding a girl left for dead in the streets, you quickly bring her to your home to nurse her back to health. You soon learn that Miku is actually an android (Voc*loid) that was designed to sing. After regaining her sense of speech, yo quickly become friends with the little diva as she reminds you of your lost love for music. In time, you begin to love Miku as well. The story is quite heartwarming and the ending is actually one of the most emotional endings I've not only seen in a visual novel, but in any game I've played in my many years of a gamer. This game is a pure gem and a must have for any Voc*loid fan![3]
I have to say, I really wish this game was voiced. That should have been the main selling point, she's *voice* software lol.

Making her voice everything might have sounded awkward and choppy, but that's exactly why it should have been included. I think the strained speech would have contributed to the whole "she's an android" thing.

Also, the auditory stimulation would have been nice. Oh well.[4]