Cute dating sim
Trust me, if you've been in a relationship long enough, you know what I'm talking about.
Knowing whether you can see love in those beady, alpaca eyes, or whether your partner would let you ride on their alpaca back, is something all couples face sooner or later.
Saeki Kazuma, just your normal highschool student, has a good life, good friends, and a loving relationship with his girlfriend, Izumi Yukari.
However, things take a turn for the weird when, after a fun day at the Alpaca Kingdom, Kazuma awakes to find his girlfriend transformed into a fluffy, flirtatious alpaca. No one else seems to notice Yukari's wild 'n wooly exterior.
It was 12 years ago, after your mother died during surgery due to an unreported error, that you first hatched your vengeful plot.
You would study in the medical field, get hired as a nurse at the hospital where your mom died, find whoever it was that let her die due to negligence, and murder him yourself.
If love can bloom on the battlefield, then by God, it can bloom anywhere it damn well pleases.
Regardless of race, creed, species, plane of existence, or definition of "alive," your perfect match is waiting for you somewhere in the great cosmos.
It's up to you whether you want to court heartthrobs like the smug King Jean, a steampunk zombie named JJ, and a flamboyant socialite by the name of Orlando.
They're good for a laugh, but typically one-note gags, with little substance beyond the ridiculous premise. The intro movie alone justifies the existence of this game, but let's face it - we've all been longing for a dating sim that lets us court Idris Elba and Charlie Day in the Shatterdome cafeteria. can be finished in 15 minutes or less, ends on one heck of a cliffhanger, and its download link sadly seems to be lost to time.
But to pretend like Hannibal Chau's romantic hardships never happened would be a disservice to true Supports the love between: Man and alpaca Paca Plus begins the way most dating sims end.
That's easier said than done, however, since the gods made her leave her body behind and appear as nothing more than a head in a flowerpot.
Personally, I think is a better disembodied love story, but this is a close second.What you account for in your master plan was falling in love along the way.