Hanjuku High is a Private Girls' Academy somewhere in Tokyo. Most of its students come from all over Japan and beyond, and so the school offers student dorms around the campus, including one Boarding House two train stations down the line. The school functions much as any other school, offering high-quality education in most areas as well as private tuition in some classes that aren't generally taught at other schools (nothing dirty - mostly higher-level education courses such as Philosophy, specific musical instruments, etc.)
For some bizarre reason, though, this school hits all the traditional yuri cliches - though not openly, and not to the extent where every single girl is "involved". New students often feel overwhelmed by it, but eventually all learn to regard it as normal. The school itself isn't focused around all this sex and relationships, but it doesn't crack down on it either; officially, the school tends instead to ignore it. Girls explore, meet up, date - openly or not - and experience a relatively normal school life at the same time.
The tone that I want to hit with this game isn't really explicit; rather, it's more shoujo-ai or girl's love
focused. Furthermore, I should also note that the viewpoint I personally am taking with it (this doesn't have to apply to you) is very anime-centric; many of my other games are more 'realistic' and I want to take a bit of a break from that here. Recommended reading includes Hanjuku Joshi and Gakojou Drops (both available here
, as well as many other manga), as well as Candy Boy
and Shoujo Sect
As you can see, I am a guy, I anticipate having other guys playing, and this is an all yuri game, so there will be cross-gender play involved. If you're uncomfortable with that, this isn't the thread for you. Sorry. Also, to reiterate, this will be female characters ONLY, unless I get hit by something really stunning and/or interesting by someone who is really literate.
I know it's also a little similar to the Triangle Academy or the Maid Hotel but I'm hoping the difference in tone (not to mention the different gender roles) is enough to get an audience.