Hayabusa - Cinematic novel

Hayabusa - Cinematic novel


New english version released!

Based on a true story, Hayabusa is a cinematic digital novel app. A legacy of one asteroid probe that traveled more than 60 billion km for 7 years in space, and came back to earth June 2010.

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HAYABUSA was chosen No.2 of “Breakthrough of the Year,2011” by Science Magazine.
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Hayabusa, which existed as a real probe, in this app, is illustrated and written in personification.

*** What is a cinematic digital novel?
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Originally from a famous novel in Japan, collaborated with Japan Illustration and soundtrack made specifically for this app.

All you need to do is tap the screen, and enjoy the story with amazing illustrations and soundtrack. If tapping is too much work to do, choose AUTO mode and the story will move forward automatically.

Few specific vocabulary and terminology included in the story, but TIPS will offer you addional explanations to back you up.

Functions on iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, iOS ver3.0 or later.

(c)Copyright
Hands-aid Corporation Ltd.
Sansai Books Ltd.
Shikishima Fugen

Recent changes:
Minro bug fix
English version added
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About Hayabusa - Cinematic novel
New english version released!

Based on a true story, Hayabusa is a cinematic digital novel app. A legacy of one asteroid probe that traveled more than 60 billion km for 7 years in space, and came back to earth June 2010.

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HAYABUSA was chosen No.2 of “Breakthrough of the Year,2011” by Science Magazine.
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Hayabusa, which existed as a real probe, in this app, is illustrated and written in personification.

*** What is a cinematic digital novel?
--------------------------
Originally from a famous novel in Japan, collaborated with Japan Illustration and soundtrack made specifically for this app.

All you need to do is tap the screen, and enjoy the story with amazing illustrations and soundtrack. If tapping is too much work to do, choose AUTO mode and the story will move forward automatically.

Few specific vocabulary and terminology included in the story, but TIPS will offer you addional explanations to back you up.

Functions on iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, iOS ver3.0 or later.

(c)Copyright
Hands-aid Corporation Ltd.
Sansai Books Ltd.
Shikishima Fugen

Recent changes:
Minro bug fix
English version added

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A Google User
Jan 21, 2013
Interesting read While the novel was relatively short for me (~30-40mins), it was a very enjoyable time. The story is done well enough that you become invested into this little satellite. While I did notice a few English errors, they were so small in number and of so little importance that it does not harm the work at all. I would recommend for anyone with an interest in space and captivating stories. English users, click on the Asian characters in the language menu until the English menu pops up and you will be fine.
A Google User
Jan 21, 2013
Interesting read While the novel was relatively short for me (~30-40mins), it was a very enjoyable time. The story is done well enough that you become invested into this little satellite. While I did notice a few English errors, they were so small in number and of so little importance that it does not harm the work at all. I would recommend for anyone with an interest in space and captivating stories. English users, click on the Asian characters in the language menu until the English menu pops up and you will be fine.
A Google User
Aug 19, 2012
Sad but a wonderfull story I love the story. Never give up till the end.
Wijaya
Aug 19, 2012
Sad but a wonderfull story I love the story. Never give up till the end.
A Google User
Jul 10, 2012
Informative The struggles of the engineering team made for a good read. Give your English translator a pat on the back.