As always, I played the one with the catgirls. lol
This VN is a kinetic novel from the makers of Karenai Sekai, Sweet & Tea. At this point (the third game) the pattern the makers of these games are following has become apparent, though this game is not really on the same level as Karenai Sekai or Kemono Musume. The protagonist is generally amusing (he is the type that constantly sends conversations off track by saying random crap and then forgetting it ten seconds later), and his surrounding situation is interesting...
However, I thought this VN was a bit poorly handled. There is a major genre switch about four-fifths of the way through the game, and that genre switch makes me go 'eh? Seriously?' i was left feeling that this game needed multiple paths, at least partially because at least half the cast of characters wasn't explored at all (though delicious hints were dropped here and there). In my mind, this makes the game something of a half-assed failure, since a well-designed kinetic novel should leave you with the feeling that 'this is how it was meant to be' rather than the feeling that 'they must have cut the other paths for some reason'.
As amusing as the game was at times, the actual story was badly handled and the romance was so-so, at best.