Dating sims for ipod touch


09-Feb-2015 04:45

Pinky Distortion Price: Free Age Rating: 4+ Description: In this visual novel, you help a band manager named Maria make the visual-kei rock band DIS: CODE a success, while also getting close to the various members.

The script’s translation supposedly has some quirks, but it’s free so it couldn’t hurt to try it. Ripples Price: Free Age Rating: 4+ Description: A rather short, boy-meets-girl visual novel.

Your choices affect the story, and influence who Steve ends up with. Phantom Seeds Price: Free Age Rating: 12+ Description: This is a fairly straightforward visual novel by an English speaking developer.

A small village thrives due to its rice paddies, but when a strange child comes to the town, it ends up having a detrimenal affect on everyone’s lives.

Phoenix Wright Price: .99 Age Rating: 9+ Description: This is an i OS port of the first Phoenix Wright game.

Technically, it’s an adventure game, but there’s enough text to sneak it in here.

If you pay attention, you shouldn’t have any trouble finding a Japanese or translated VN to test out. I’ve gone through i Tunes and picked out 11 visual novel games. Some of them are even free, so why not take a look to see if there’s something you want to play.

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Import games are a luxury, and usually come with a hefty price tag.

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to test out a Japanese game without paying ? The i Phone, i Pad and i Pod Touch have become home to quite a few visual novels. The genre is much more popular in Japan than it is in other regions, but now companies are starting to test and see if people are interested in these kinds of games in other areas thanks to i Tunes. Plus, for those who don’t read Japanese but still are interested in the genre, there’s a nice assortment of English-language VNs to try.



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