"It’s more like you sit down and immerse yourself in a love story." A love story that often ends up with cartoon men taking their shirts off, that is.
Voltage titles are pretty tame, but the erotic, escapist themes parallel those found in romance novels.
You don’t know much about yourself, except that you’re an attractive young career woman living in San Francisco.The LGBTQ friendly app lets players choose their appearance and pronouns as well as who, or even if, they would like to date any of the 5 dateable characters. " "This is by far my favorite game on the App Store. It has an interesting plot, loveable and relatable characters, and the story just keeps getting better and better!!Honest and authentic, the game has a story for everyone.- Make new friends and deal with bullies- Flirt, ask out your crush and go on dates- Find clues and solve mysteries- Make plans and text your friends "I rarely write reviews but I just had to for this game because it is so cute. "Episode 1 Locker 1224: As a new student at Weasel Heights you must navigate the social landscape, make new friends and face old enemies while trying to solve the mysterious disappearance of the owner of Locker 1224 Episode 2 Hanna's Notebook: When you find yourself involved in some serious conflict and drama between Hanniferjane, you must decide whether or not to help.You’re standing in front of your burning apartment, where five hunky men who claim to be "soul collectors" have given you 10 days to live.One of them will accompany you until your death, to make sure you don’t run away.Voltage’s romance sims are similar to "dating sims" in which you can create a virtual girlfriend or boyfriend and then interact with it as if you’re dating (or have it talk so dirty to you that it gets banned from the App Store).Hi everyone, I want to have my own dating sim game.Drawings should be similar to the style of drawings in the game above.In terms of the storyline, I would be the one to provide it.Other romance sims charge players to purchase virtual goods, but Voltage hooks the player with potboiler story lines, stopping at cliffhangers and requiring a payment to go on."You won’t purchase clothes or coins or whatnot," says Shino Imao, spokesperson for Voltage.