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A Guide to Koyonplete Cell Phone Novels

If you’ve searched “otome games” in the mobile app store, you’ve probably run across multiple free “games” by Koyonplete. They are not actually games–instead, they’re cell phone novels that you can either pay to read or read for free by earning “jewels” every day.

I’ve read…more of these than I’d like to admit. I haven’t gotten incredibly far in all of them, but I’ve at least tried most of them and can give you a run down on what to start with if you’re interested. Continue reading “A Guide to Koyonplete Cell Phone Novels”


Game Review: Lured Into Your Trap

Following my last post with another Koyonplete cell phone novel listed as an otome game on smart phone devices. This time, I’m here to give you my opinion on Lured Into Your Trap! Continue reading “Game Review: Lured Into Your Trap”

Game Review: My Ex’s Brother – May I Love You

My Ex’s Brother – May I Love you is a cell phone novel listed as an otome game on smart phone devices. Don’t be confused–it’s strictly a cell phone novel, and there is no gaming element to it. Still, it provided me with enough entertainment that I am here to recommend it! Continue reading “Game Review: My Ex’s Brother – May I Love You”

Game Review: Shall We Date? Blood in Roses+

Shall We Date? Blood in Roses+ <– Yup, that’s the full title. It’s a mobile otome game by NTT Solmare Corp. that is built on the free to download and play model, but pay more and we’ll give you more sexy vampire lady porn romance scenes!

It’s not amazing, but it’s not bad, either. At the hard-to-pass-up cost of Free, you can’t really go wrong. Continue reading “Game Review: Shall We Date? Blood in Roses+”

Game Review: Midnight Cinderella

Midnight Cinderella is an app by CYBIRD designed for smartphone devices that is an otome game! And the best part? It (can be) entirely free to play!

I decided to check out otome games on my iPhone one day because there are so many of them, but it was clear from the few that I tried that the quality and content is generally smaller than the console games I have played. However, Midnight Cinderella turned out to be surprisingly fun to keep up with, and the story is generally interesting (although frequently cliché). I also expected it to be childish based on the artwork, but the creators aren’t afraid to write sex scenes. Also, if you’re wondering what the Ikémen part is, it means “good-looking” guy characters. Continue reading “Game Review: Midnight Cinderella”

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