I really enjoyed this one. Seeing a romance of older girls from Team ANPIM is quite a pleasure. The story is definitely better than N&F and From Salt to Sugar, certainly the writing is getting better and better since One's Lonesome, Two's Company is the same if not much better writing. The art is also a big improvement: less characters but more silhouettes, more facial expressions. The game runs a lot longer than the precious two and that pleases me since ANPIM's games are my favourite, sometimes I wish they were longer but they also would likely work better at this length. The pacing a structure was much more solid than N&F and From Salt to Sugar as well as the character development being much better written and thought out. (Plus the music was so very much better in turns of not being so repetitive
There is one thing that bugged me; the fact that their relationship was never confirmed, no 'we're dating/lovers right' which one's lonesome included. That always makes me a bit sad in yuri when they seem so compatible and it's apparent (or outright said) that they love each-other, but I suppose you can't always get the cherry topping you want.
Thing is, I found this (and the previous two) after having a big urge to go play through One's Lonesome again and realised I had never gone to look at other things by ANPIM so I did and--to my pleasure--found that they had three more games, all promising. I just played through them in order (really wanting to see Kaede's secret in an expansion or something, maybe a senpai she's going out with or something; her character is so charming and fun that I kinda wanna see more of her if ANPIM decide to revisit Salt to Sugar).
More unique premise than One's Lonesome so it gets points there (plus I just love OLs so times that by three or so) but the 'feels' and drama of One's Lonesome are much more... heart throb'y; reckon, I did go giddy and giggly and weird while playing that game as it was the first of it's merit I had read (and still holds it's place for being the best romance VN in my books) so maybe my bridging of these two may be bias (though I did go giddy, giggly, and weird over One's Lonesome again while replaying it a while back and I'm sure again soon). Now that I've rambled on about my love of ANPIM and this game (and strangely a lot about One's Lonesome)... on with a closing!
This will definitely be revisited by me later, great one again from Team ANPIM. 9.8/10 or whatever is really good in the scale. Can't wait for more ANPIM games! Thanks for all the delightful experiences so far~!