1bitHeart is a friend-making adventure game by △○□× (Miwashiba) made in WOLF RPG Editor.
It's a story-oriented game with a focus on making friends in town.

Nanashi is a young, reclusive boy in a high-tech world governed by programs.
One day, a girl suddenly appears in his room, and proposes that Nanashi go out and make friends.
He decides to give it a try, but just as he does, odd things start to happen around town...

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Download 1bitHeart 1.05 | (Mirror)
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1bitHeart is now available on Steam and Playism for $3.
The game will remain free here, but you can show Miwashiba your support by purchasing it.

Supported Platforms
The game's engine is made for Windows only, with no native support for other platforms.
To play on Mac, you can try a general-purpose tool like WineBottler.


Make sure to extract the game to its own folder instead of running directly from the ZIP file.
If you don't do so, any saves made will be lost the next time you run the game.

If the game freezes your computer on startup, it's likely caused by a problem with auto-installing fonts.
Go into the Data folder, install all of the fonts, then delete the font files and try running the game again.
It's supposed to install them automatically, but this seems to freeze some systems - deleting the fonts will stop it from trying.

If dialogue doesn't show up or uses the wrong font (which may cause cutoff text), manually install the fonts in the Data folder.

The parts where you must enter a sequence of buttons have had input issues, though they should be ironed out now.
If Z, X, or C do nothing, alternative buttons should work: use Space or Enter for "Z," Escape or Backspace for "X," and Shift for "C."




A straightforward plot walkthrough. Click or highlight the black boxes to show spoiler text.


Friend Guide

A guide to befriending people during Free Time.
May contain some spoilers regarding who can be befriended and what presents people like.

Friend Guide


Below is a list of songs and their sources.
There may be minor spoilers with regard to where songs are used.

The oo39.com songs don't really have proper names, but I put their "tags" in the hover text.

Some songs are from commercial CDs called Free Music Cluster Vol. 1 and Vol. 2.
Thus, only previews are freely available for these tracks.

The SENTIVE songs come in a big pack; download from one of the mirrors at the bottom.

Do not reupload these songs elsewhere without permission from their respective creators.
This especially applies to the ending music.

Song List

Translation Notes
(These contain spoilers for all aspects of the game. Only read after you've beaten it fully.)

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