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Lucky Rabbit Reflex is an excellent Otome Game and right now, while supplies last, it can be yours for $2.50 – what’s more it includes several other “story rich” styled games including Evoland, Joe’s Diner, Nightclub Emporium, and some game called Slave Trade (which sounds rather offensive and tacky to me, but hey, it’s free – the other games are worth $2.50 — Lucky Rabbit Reflex alone is worth that!
Lucky Rabbit Reflex is very similar to the Tokimeki Memorial Girl’s Side gaming series, and amazingly, it is an indie game made by fans who love the Otome Genre.
This game typically retails for $19.99 which is why I snatched up this awesome Bundle!
Similar to Tokimeki Memorial Girl’s Side, you dress your character for each of her dates, to impress the guys, by guessing their tastes in style.
It has almost 20 endings for lots of replay value and over 150 clothing items to collect which boost the guys’ affection during the dates.
Also like Tokimeki Memorial Girl’s Side, you must keep your stats up and reach certain parameters to get each guy.
You have to juggle study, dating, and part time jobs and also manage your health and stress levels.
If you like Tokimeki Memorial Girl’s Side do not miss out on this limited edition bundle for your chance to pick up Lucky Rabbit Reflex and many other great games for just $2.50
Only 1,097 bundles remaining at time of this post. Pick it up over on Groupees website at https://groupees.com/mini4
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