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Instead, Webkare will display a short cartoon clip if you click on the boy you like (some of the clips include voice samples such as “What’s up?
”, “Do you always stay in the class room until dark? ” etc.), driving the love story forward step by step.
The dating simulator genre has some strange entries - which is to be expected, since it has a lot of DNA from the anime-inspired visual novel.
For example, earlier this year we covered Hatoful Boyfriend, in which a human high school girl is courted by various pigeons.
Palette Parade, a currently in-development smartphone and PC game from developer Silicon Studio puts the player in the role of a woman who answers a help-wanted ad from the Palette Art Museum, and who ends up working alongside a reverse harem of handsome young men based on some of history’s most influential Western painters as they attempt to turn around their underperforming institution.
So far, four characters have been announced, starting with Vincent van Gogh, “The Painter Who Burns with Passion.” ▼ Van Gogh, naturally, has a hairstyle that covers his left ear.
The humor comes from Umako's awkward revulsion and attraction, and the general ridiculousness of the premise.
While Umako and Yuuma are lovingly drawn in full anime style, the farmer, who's more or less the straight man in this farce, is a cartoon scribble.
The story starts weird and continues as such, but never gets into the truly disturbing territory that's only vaguely hinted at by the context.
Another obvious option is internationalization, but here the question is if such an idiosyncratic way of curing loneliness 2.0 could succeed in the US or Europe as well.
Reportedly, 52% of members are Japanese females in their twenties, with thirty-somethings accounting for 18% of the user base.