Funny dating sims
They are always so sweet and fluffy and some scenes were so funny, that [I] was laughing so hard that my tears would come out.(*ﾉ∀｀)ﾟo｡ｱﾋｬｬ I think it’s just the perfect combination between romance and comedy,” wrote a reviewer on Word Press in 2012 about .For many Deviant Art lurkers in the late 2000s and early 2010s, the name Pacthesis brings to mind a specific image: a yellow background with a grumpy-looking coffee cup, the logo of a particular Deviant Art dating sim maker.And more than that, the name recalls a specific time in these young, female fans’ lives: when they discovered a world of games developed by, and made for, people just like them.
Keeping personal details close to the vest was common during the nascent days of social media, when signing up for a service did not require using a full name.
People drew fan art, and not just of her characters — but of her, based on her own sketched avatar.
She engaged regularly with fans at first through journal updates on her Deviant Art and then through Tumblr posts.
The mechanics were simple: Talk to characters to progress through their dialogue and reach their happy ending.
The games shamelessly indulged in girlish fantasies. “I wonder why Pacthesis’ games are always making me go ･*:｡゜萌。*(＊´∀`＊).*ぇﾟ*･｡・so much.
Search for funny dating sims:
She still has around 37,000 Deviant Art watchers (or followers).