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okay so i've decided to make a dating sim with a few of my friends.My question is do more people prefer realistic dating sims (based in real life, like real responses awkwardness and strangeness) or fantasy (random shit obvs scifi or mystical beasts and beings) ? I don't like the ones that don't make any sense, because it knocks me out of the story and then I have a hard time getting back in because I'm too busy being stuck on the part that didn't make sense. But I like realism to the fantasy, if that is understandable?At the end where you can choose a partner, I chose all of them to see what would happen.I picked the brunette, and it said that Lisa was hotter, so I couldn't date her. I, myself, personally prefer realism, but i know people who prefer it the other way. no experience with dating sims,or dating in general,really,but as far as my story/setting preferences go, I really like fantasy and/or sci-fi,however,with a sense of normalcy.Just because something is one genre doesn't mean you have to fling its' elements in the reader/watcher/player's face.
If you use Unity (for 3D games) or Flash or even Unreal (overkill), you will need to build a visual novel user interface on top of the engine, which required advanced programming and advanced knowledge of the game engine.I would like to thank the following NG members: zigs_dk for his AS help, Vaught for regarding me as his favorite artist and all his support, sathkyboypruductions for being a cute fanboy, dark_vampyress for being the coolest NG chick, and llxll_Dylan_llxll for loving my flash since the beginning!And to all my NG fans-- there are only a few of you, but I love ya!If you don't want to get frustrated with programming or game engines, use Ren'py or other visual novel engines.You get a working visual novel system with scenes and saving/loading.