Boys’ Love (yaoi) games feature men in relationships with other men -- created by and marketed to women.But the game genre has languished over the past decade.And while their games seem cute, don’t let that fool you: the endings are bittersweet.In Nameless you play as a woman who likes to collect ball-joint dolls, and who recently lost the grandfather she grew up alone with.But you’ll need to focus, as playing the field can result in an unsatisfying ending, and no one likes that.These games are often designed to be played multiple times.“The hardest thing was probably the fact that you have to get both of the guys’ faces on screen at the same time,” she says.“Generally, eroge for men are drawn in POV style, and you do what you can to keep the man’s face out of the shot, but BL is the complete opposite.” “Most of my research was focused on figuring out how far I could push a more explicit approach to sex and still appeal to other women,” she adds.
It sounds ridiculous, and she reacts to the situation as pretty much anyone would.
There's even a talking skeleton adorned with roses who will chat with you on occasion and give you romantic advice.
Compared to similar games on the app stores, this one has extremely good localization and copy-editing.
Generally you meet several characters, and will have to choose one to court.
In Japan, dating sim characters are referred to as “capturable” -- whether that means you capture their hearts or their bodies depends on the game.