Pulse pounding dating sim jam
Also I have renamed it a 'sexagon'."I re-read those sentences.
I hit delete and start again."I am playing something adjacent to interactive romantica or possibly erotica for work."Still not right."Maybe you could come over to mine instead and help me hit on the contents of the internet's imagination from the safety of a slightly odd article premise? Maybe next week."Call Me Maybe is blaring from the speakers of my laptop and I am doing the best dancing of my adult life. In my excitement I accidentally attract a lady Riflebird and the game asks her to rate my performance. I get rid of her as quickly as possible (we have a perfunctory disco branch liaison and she flees the scene).
Outside of the obvious gimmick of romancing a ukulele-loving T-Rex, is an incredibly sweet dating sim.
Taira is incredibly shy, with some social hang-ups about performing in front of an audience.
, a miniature Japanese-style dating game created last year, you play as a young woman entering into a blossoming romance with a Taira, a talented ukulele player. was created as part of the Heart-Pounding Pulse-Stopping Dating Sim Jam early last year by developer Thongrop Rodsavas.
While right now you only have one character to romance (the shy Taira), the plan is to continue developing the game to have five romanceable characters.
Overall the game is cute and sweet, and I’m excited to hear more about it.
" that lets you date Taira-kun, who is a ukulele playing T-rex! The game is created in English and posted as a part of entries for The Pulse Pounding Heart Stopping Dating Sim Jam.
The story and the programming was done by Hima, and the artist is Piti. Meeting up with Taira-kun in front of a Japanese train station. I don't suppose I had a hard time spotting him there. After shopping for an ukulele, Taira-kun is asking me to stay a bit longer....what's a girl to do?
I easily became invested in the characters and story, and I found myself tearing up with three of the four endings.
I also really liked the sprite art that the creator used.It reminded me a lot of the sprites in Love Academy.Final Thoughts: It’s short, free, and definitely worth playing. The fact that it was scripted, coded, and compiled in three days is amazing.I say this because – presumably like most of you – I don’t really play dating sims.