I also remember she had another story with that yellow thing (if I recall, we never knew i agree with you in saying that they seem pretty simple looking back on them now.
i'd say the otome scene has come quite a long way since then!
would you say this was around the first wave of otome games in the west, when they were just starting to get popular? Even though there isn't a whole lot of character development in the earlier games, I've enjoyed all of them. Toko series, and it's actually really well thought out, and references the other games she's made.
An otome game is a visual novel that mainly targets the female audience (otome gēmu means Maiden Game).
That's extra odd, because your phone is saying that it has no signal.
You read the message, and chills go down your back.
It wasn't until much later that I learned what otome was and got into it. I actually tried playing her latest game (that she announced YEARS ago) but it was just, you know, a simple flash game.
I got into Vocaloid and song covers due to hearing Rolling Girl by Squadus through one of the links in Idol Days Sim Date. I might go back to it some time though, for nostalgia sake.
It probably fell there when the six of you were throwing pennies into it, even though the park staff kept telling you not to do that. The park is still here, but it's encased in some kind of glass dome...? " You shudder at your own pessimistic thoughts, and notice that your phone is somehow ringing.
You let out a small laugh at the memory, and pick up the wallet. "You turn around to yell at any staff members that are surely coming to scold you, but you don't expect what you see. If only you didn't have that creepy satanic laugh ringtone that your friends somehow convinced you was a great thing; this is the worst possible timing."FUCK-!