Tokimeki Memorial: Densetsu no Ki no Shita de (Tokimeki Memorial: Beneath the Tree of Legend) was released for the Super Famicom on February 9, 1996, and re-released under the "Nintendo Power" label on September 30, 1997.

The initial release included a CD featuring a short radio drama and a version of Futari no Toki featuring all of the girls instead of just Mami Kingetsu.

The Super Famicom edition is compatible with the Super Famicom mouse in addition to the regular Super Famicom controller. However, the regular Super Famicom controller is necessary for certain minigames.

The first game in the series is particularly notable for its "bomb" feature, where neglected, infrequently-dated girls would eventually become angry and gossip to their friends, severely reducing love meters across the board. In the middle of the game, when the number of known girls was high, these "bombs" became the primary concern of the player, forcing careful planning and strategies like round-robin dating. Although the feature was still present in the later games, it was considerably reduced in importance and the difficulty in avoiding it.

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