If it feels like you're playing an RPG, trying to keep track of everyone's feelings about you and giving out presents, that's a Dating Sim.
In recent years, there have been many Role Playing Games that incorporate dating sim elements.
If you don’t keep your score up during these sections, your date might become disinterested.
It’s been met with high praise, so all dating sim fans should give it a try.
If you like this game, try the sequel, on Steam (Free)The above five games make dating the focus of the game.
If you’re looking for something lighter and want to pursue a relationship in games that offer other elements, these should interest you.
The game features over 30 episodes, each with multiple endings and different scenarios for you to discover.
You’ll meet new characters along with way, and must juggle the drama of school with the challenge of starting and keeping a relationship.
This free popular dating simulator lets you play as a female protagonist who’s just moved to a new high school. These include Nathaniel, the class president; Castiel, the “bad boy;” and Ken, a geek.
As you progress, you decide how you treat these boys and other people at the school.
More linear than the others, this visual novel takes you through five chapters that represent five years of your player’s relationship with Emily.
Using a Windows XP and AOL Instant Messenger-styled interface The game offers you dialogue choices regularly, but aside from a few minor differences, the ending is always the same.
Note that Hunie Pop contains strong language and explicit material.