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The last three days have been a strange blur as I lead my everyday life trying to finish my Asian Law and Legal Systems assignment and my triple lives in the digital world, attempting to court a total of 26 different digitally simulated men.
I was surprised to learn how many there were in the Apple app store (I peruse the Malaysian version), less surprised that they were all poorly designed, “in-app purchases” cash cows thinly veiled in moe avatars and your stock standard bishounen.
Despite this, a combination of curiosity and the need to procrastinate led me to download not one but three different games all from different developers to better understand why these games make girls’ hearts go doki doki.
This is all You, a linguistically gifted correspondent, go with a client to a party filled with foreign socialites. These gorgeous guys clamor around poor, disoriented you.
You let a prince escort you the rest of the evening, which passes like a dream. You’re about to fly back home, when you get caught up in an investigation! The Cinderella Contract was the first one on my App store search that actually had some star ratings, this was what prompted me to download it in a never-ending i Phone scroll of prince themed visual novels.
Coming to your rescue is a prince from last night…!? The thing to first understand is that because these are all usually English ports of their Japanese counterparts, the language is usually quite terrible.
And what’s more, he demands that you enter a contract marriage with him as thanks… The game begins with a tutorial scenario that basically introduces you to all the princes of these bizarre countries that sound slightly Eastern European and by the end of it, you get to choose which handsome heir to the throne you want to pursue for the rest of the plot.
I was a little disappointed when I heard I only got to focus on one character as I was hoping to whore my way around the block as I do in all of my Harvest Moon games.I later discovered though that there is a competing love interest in all five of the scenarios so that slightly makes up for it, except the one where it’s a father-son rivalry for your affections, which was kind of weird.I end of picking Asena because he was the only one who wasn’t a prince and seemed like a nice guy for all the twenty-ish minutes I got to know him tapping around on my phone.Once the tutorial is over it becomes exceedingly apparent that you’re going to have to make some hefty in-app purchases if you want to actually advance in the game for more than 10 minutes each play.This is because you are allotted five story tickets per day which are only refreshed at 4 am Japan time and each ticket gives you about five dialogue exchanges max.Adjacent to the story component are also these weird mini games called love trials that can only be accomplished if you undertake love lessons (where they set you up with another player and the one with the best ‘Charm’ stats wins).