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Without any murders or chapters, the player may freely interact with other characters in events similar to the Free Time mode of the main game. Danganronpa 1.2 Reload added School Mode to Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, which was basically the same as Island Mode.
The game starts out identically to the beginning of the main story, where Hajime Hinata wakes up on the beach, and meets Nagito Komaeda who tells him that Usami is waiting for them at Jabberwock park. The two then head there and find the other students, along with Usami yelling at someone to come out. Once again, Monokuma appears on top of the statue, however this time, Usami is ready and attacks Monokuma before he can finish his introduction and defeats him, forcing him to leave the island. Without Monokuma, the group is free to bond together over the course of 50 days, while building the assigned objects for Usami.
On day 51 the students say their goodbyes, discovering the strong bond they have built over the time together.
Construction will display all owned materials and what you have created from them, along with the next goal. It's divided in four categories: Goal, Tools, Consumables and Processed Goods. "Goal" will display the materials needed for the goal received from Usami. Tools is a collection of tools which can be built to increase the students' stats such as reduce health cost, increase cleaning effect and increase gathering yield. Consumables are food you receive from Usami herself or cook by using your own materials. They can be used to refresh the students' health, increase levels and automatically clean the island. Processed Goods are materials created from others and are used to further proceed in building your goals.
The goals Usami assigns you during the game are:
- 1x Flower Pin
- 2x Gorgeous Flower Pin
- 1x Usami House
- 8x Usami Strap
- 10x Usami Coin
- 2x Jabberwock Bling
- 1x Good Ship Usami
- 1x Mecha-Monomi
Shot Through The Heart
Shot Through The Heart is a minigame in island mode. It uses mechanics used in the Rapid Fire Debate trial minigame in the main plot. After gaining a "Trip Ticket" from Usami and using it to go on a trip with another student, Hajime is given an insight into their mind, and is given the ability to reply to the student's thoughts by shooting a "Affirmation" or "Negation" bullet. Replying to the right thoughts with the right responses will earn a step forward towards getting their ending. Unlike the Rapid Fire Debate, there is no time limit.