Love Hurts; it's messy and a mathematical nightmare where only a few can come out happy, never mind unscathed.
One of its worst injuries is perhaps the plainest one pining away at someone because All Love Is Unrequited, and in the end never even holding them because I Want My Beloved to Be Happy.
The game seems interesting and well designed, but if you save and restore you lose the girls` popularity rating.
Bob likes Alice, and he makes several increasingly obvious hints that he's interested, he'd like to ask her out, and wants to be her boyfriend.
Alice (though gender reversals are common) will usually be oblivious enough that his stuttering overtures aren't heard or followed up on, and on top is usually blind to Bob as a love interest because she: Expect Alice to say things like "I wish there were someone out there for me" and Bob to respond with "He might be closer than you think." Of course, she'll think he's being vaguely hopeful rather than literal.
Takes a little too long for the casual player,good rpg feeling overall so that means its addictive;) I liked the ironic undertone on the end also, would b nicer when it was a nude undertone though.. and with ami the dates work only for increase something.... You talk to the friend, Ami, go to the classroom, look at the hot girl, "talk" to the teacher, and that`s it. There was a demo of a fight portion the author was working on adding before I guess real life became too much to continue the game.
Last thing i can think of is updating this version to either 5.0 or 5.2 i was playing this and the update and there are some slight differences like the to do list is updated Xmas eve Valentines day, there are also scene differences like skits with other characters very beginning, Tomoko walks by the first day entering the school nice game. tomoko it no my interest because i get her in the past game.