is a 1987 dating sim developed by Square, and published by Nintendo on December 1, 1987 for the Family Computer Disk System. The four expressions (straight face, laughter, sadness, anger) must match the content of the response being given, and any incorrect responses immediately lead to the "game over" screen.
Do you remember the high school love story of Lisa and Nick?
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Miho Nakayama, a popular actor and singer in Japan during the 1980s, is featured on the game's cover and makes a cameo appearance in the game itself.
Sakamoto, then in his fifth year at Nintendo, was excited at the prospect of making an adventure game, but came up with an idea of using a real life celebrity instead of creating a new character, to make the game feel like an "event" or a "kind of festival".
You’ll meet new characters along with way, and must juggle the drama of school with the challenge of starting and keeping a relationship.
Your choices will affect how each episode goes, so make a plan and follow your heart for success!For those that prefer to flirt with a virtual person instead of navigating the crazy world of online dating, these awesome games will touch your heart.This free popular dating simulator lets you play as a female protagonist who’s just moved to a new high school. These include Nathaniel, the class president; Castiel, the “bad boy;” and Ken, a geek.Though most compatible games used the Disk Fax network to upload high scores or time trials onto the official rankings system, Nakayama Miho no Tokimeki High School was the only game where players used the network to register that they had completed the game to receive prizes.The game also contained a phone number which players could call to hear hints concerning the gameplay or listen to a personal message voiced by Miho Nakayama herself.The game has two different endings, depending on the choices made during the game, and the prizes receivable via the Disk Fax network differed for each ending.Nakayama Miho no Tokimeki High School was the first bishōjo game featuring a Japanese idol.However, once they reach Over The Moon, they will not advance any further. Once you have earned all five roses for Over The Moon, you can still send your characters on dates. In order to send classmates on dates, you will need to own the Isle of Love building, which can be found in the Store under the "Buildings" tab for 1,000 coins.It is unlocked during Level 4, after you complete the quest, The Party Girl.This increased the game's difficulty considerably in comparison to other text adventure games where there were fewer incorrect choices.Some scenes specifically require that the dialogue not match with the expression.