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Line Play Free Anime Dressup Game Like Gaia Online for IOS and Android Mobile Devices

This review honestly has been long overdue. I'm sure many of our readers already play Line Play everyday. This cute anime-styled game has been popular for a number of years now. It offers everything you could want in a dressup game, pets, cute outfits, rooms, fishing, minigames, and even chat rooms. There's tons of stuff to do and new items being released constantly into the game which gets updated quite often with new cute things to collect, new minigames, or limited time events. Needless to say, if you enjoy other similar anime dressup games I've reviewed here such as Hello Nikki, CocoPpaPlay, Romantic Diary, Pokemini / Pokecolo or Miitomo then you will also enjoy Line Play, so let's take a closer look below! Title: Line Play IOS Version Here: https://itunes.apple.com... Androi

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Cat President – a More Purrfect Union – Visual Novel PC Game Review

I received this game for free in exchange for writing an honest review. I played through Frisky's route and received his Normal Ending. Title: Cat President Genre: Otome Visual Novel Platform: PC Developer: Oh a Rock! Studios Where to Buy: http://store.steampowered.com/app/474980 Geeky: 3/5 - On the fence with this score... Production values are fairly low and it shows, also not much "gameplay" as is the nature of visual novels. But it does earn a few points for geeky internet "meme-like" humor. Sweetie: 5/5 - High marks for being an otome game (a game with a female protagonist) and for having cute cats. Also has pretty good character development and surprisingly good writing. Concept: 8/10 Cat President is an otome game in which you get to help one of 6...

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Breath of Fire II – SNES Retro Game Review

Title: Breath of Fire II Platform: SNES Release Date: 1994 Publisher: Capcom Where to Buy: Your best bet is Nintendo's Eshop for $7.99 assuming you have a Wii or Wii U. You can go to the Store Page Here. However if you don't have a Wii or Wii U or you want to have the original SNES version for your collection you can find it on Amazon with prices ranging from $199 to $329 depending on the condition of the item. You can browse what's available on Amazon right here. Geeky:  Sweetie:  Overall: 63/80 79% C+ "Good Game for Girls" Concept: 10/10 Breath of Fire II is another one of my all-time favorite games. I loved the cute and colorful graphics, interesting characters who are mostly anthromorphic or furrie in nature, and especially enjoyed the city building aspects of t

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Dandelion: Wishes Brought to You Review

Title: Dandelion: Wishes Brought to You Genre: Otome, Visual Novel, Dating Sim, Raising Sim Platform: PC or Mac Publisher: Cheritz Release Date: August 2012 Languages: Korean or English (text) Get the Demo Or Purchase the Full Version Here: http://dl.cheritz.com Geeky Factor: Sweetie Factor:  Story: A young girl in her new apartment discovers a basket full of abandoned animals and decides to take them in and raise them as her own; however, these are no ordinary animals. These animals have the power to transform into human-like creatures with animal ears. Now her once quiet life is about to change as she shares her home with these strange men. Gameplay: This is standard visual novel and otome gameplay here. For those unfamiliar with the genre, it's less like a game, and more li...

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