Although most of her games are dating sims, the first one I’ve ever played was a visual novel with a point and click adventure (it has a sort of mystery too, so I added it to my mystery list). Basically, everything starts when very serious Detective Xolga, unwillingly receives a new assistant (aka Mr. Only to be thanked later with a punch :lol:, poor Mr. When they finally get to the last room, Xolga discovers the locket nearby and OH NOES WHAT’S THIS, something unexpected happens! Toko starts having fun with poor Teddy Xolga but stops when he finds a round pendant by his feet. Out of curiosity, I checked them out and needless to say they got me so hooked that I started searching for more dating sims on the web.
Toko) who literally ROFL to avoid getting bored However, things get complicated when a shooting sets off out of the blue. In the end, I discovered that they are actually pretty common in Japan, but are better known as ‘otome games’. All of them have pretty much the same structure, in the sense that something happens and you’ve got to do this and that until the time limit runs out (which is always 30 days).
I loved it so much that of course I immediately played most of the others. To replenish your HP, you go to sleep and start another day. And most of the others have some aspect of stats building like charm, talent, wit, stuff like that.
is a Dating Sim by Pacthesis that you can find here.
Rose Urwin (or whatever you call her) is the princess of the Lunar Kingdom.
My favorites are between Lunar Days and Chrono Days, but I will always have a soft spot for Idol Days because I am a musician. The conversations with the guys consist of making a choice between responses.
If you pick the correct one, then you progress in the conversation.
Problem is, he immediately departs for an unknown destination just the day after, leaving behind only a note saying he'll be back before the wedding, which takes place in thirty days.