Erase Story: Love the Girl is a visual novel game for the iPhone and iPad. The game has you follow the story of a young man who is in love with a girl but is unsure of how to tell her. The game has very simplistic graphics and controls but is surprisingly addictive and can be quite frustrating at times.
The game is played by tapping on the left side of the screen to go left and the right side of the screen to go right. You can also tap on the characters to see their thoughts. The game consists of three different parts: the introduction, the dating phase, and the confession phase.
In the introduction, you are introduced to the characters and learn about the protagonist's dilemma. In the dating phase, you have to take the right steps to make a girl like you. If you make too many mistakes, she will dislike you, and the game will end. In the confession phase, you have to confess your love to her. If you don't, she will break up with you.
The graphics are quite simplistic and don't really add anything to the game. The graphics in the game are good, but they are not the best that I have seen. The character designs are cute, and the backgrounds are pretty, but they are not overly amazing. However, they are not really detrimental to the gameplay and don't really affect the overall experience.
The controls are quite simple and easy to use. They are not really responsive at times, but they do the job. The only issue that I had was that the character sometimes moved too fast for me, but that was easily fixed by adjusting the speed in the options.
The game is surprisingly addictive and can be quite frustrating at times. I really enjoy replayable games, and this one is definitely one of them. There are a lot of different things to do in the game and different ways to approach the story, which makes it really fun to play again. However, the game is not really replayable, and there is not much incentive to play it again.
Overall, Erase Story: Love the Girl is a simplistic but addictive game. The graphics and controls are quite basic, but they don't really detract from the experience. The game is not really replayable, but it is a fun experience while it lasts.
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