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I've been playing with the idea of designing one myself with some tile laying mechanic for farm management, but sort of hope someone else gets to it before I get the free time together Not very "Japanese dating sim", and admittedly not out yet, but Fog of Love seems pretty unique in the 'relationship' genre.
Disclaimer: I am a KS backer of this game but have no other affiliation with it.
Dating sims (or dating simulations) are a video game subgenre of simulation games, usually Japanese, with romantic elements.
The most common objective of dating sims is to date, usually choosing from among several characters, and to achieve a romantic relationship.
These games often feature a day-night cycle with a time scheduling system that provides context and relevance to character interactions, allowing players to choose when and if to interact with certain characters, which in turn influences their responses during later conversations.
While bishōjo games make up the bulk of dating sims, other types of games exist.
Games that try to simulate real-world activities (like driving vehicles or living the life of someone else) with as much realism as possible.
Simulators generally require more study and orientation than arcade games, and the best simulators are also educational.
This game was basically trying to create a perfect date for couple, kinda like set collection and a little bit of take that to ruin other player's date. I'm doing some research on other dating sim board games...
The gameplay involves conversing with a selection of girls, attempting to increase their internal "love meter" through correct choices of dialogue.
The game lasts for a fixed period of game time, such as one month or three years.
This can lead to confusion, as visual novels are considered a subgenre of adventure games and are not technically included in the dating sim genre.
While the two genres often share a common visual presentation, dating sims are sometimes considered to be more statistically based than the "choose your own adventure" style of visual novels.