Raising Sim Games

True tho I loved the whole aspect of the game I found a little bit of questioning material nothing to bad.

I’VE heard of process maker is it really that good?

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Thanks for the suggestion!:smiley: I’ll definitely try this out in my spare time, so far from what I’ve seen I really like the medieval aspect of it.

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It is.

As in 'She climbed a Stairway to Heaven to meet the God of War and her patron Saint’ good. As in “She danced the fairy ball of Easter eggs before meet the talking cat from Final Fantasy” good
As in “She climb down to the deepest of hell to meet Lucyfer Prince of Darkness in a Soirée. He offers her a drink” good.
As in “She read so many romances and poetry that now she can literally speak the language of the elementals, monsters and animals of the hidden forest, they invited her to Tea” good
As in “This freaking game has about 40 different endings some of them sor hard to achieve that the game can tell you are cheating” good.

Well the art is Good. And Gainax is the soft-house that made it. What more you want baby!

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Damn how did I miss something that amazing?

The worst raising sim game I’ve ever played was the virtual family/villager games I was unable to connect or have them for longer than 4 days because they aged 10-11 years every time I went to sleep and came back to check on them.

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Because until very recently, it wasn’t available legally. It’s on Steam now, fortunately.

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I talked about this a while ago but I would love to see a reverse raiser where you play as The Apprentice. And then eventually we’ll switch were you become the master do you have to have your own Apprentice going to full circle of a raising sim.

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As much as I love that game it abused your soul. The grind of it was painful. That and a game like that and cute knight is example where the player in the protagonist are one in the same. Versus Princess maker and Prince maker were you play as the mother or father figure. Also side note I think in Prince maker you actually play as a mom.

Academagia?

I tried that game out; I honestly wasn’t a fan, which is a shame because on paper it seemed so fun. It didn’t help that in my first playthrough I ran into some kind of glitch where, after getting detention, the game wouldn’t register me as going to detention every once in awhile and I would get even more detention because of it. I was only supposed to have it for something like four weeks, and by the time I quit I was going to have detention for half of the game.

I’ve heard of and I remember playing it but not exactly what happened if that makes sense

The dubiously legal one is much better than than the legal one. The translation was better and I liked the ending better where the daughter writes a letter to the father. In the steam version she just talks to him a bit in a speech/letter than is not as good as the letter. I also liked the ability to cheat.

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I agree the translation was better. The only downside is it seems like a good chunk of the endings weren’t translated yet when the company went bankrupt, which is a shame because reading about her future job is my favorite part.

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They got bankrupt? No wonder Shinji Ikari was such a loser…

I looked up at the YouTube. Seems like there is a bunch of amazing raising sima who never were launched in the Ocident. That is a shame…

I played a mostly raising sim called chinese parents. Here is the synopsis:

In this casual sim set in China, you step into the shoes of an average kid from birth towards the end of your high school. Study hard, have fun, make friends and face your ultimate challenge, the “Gaokao”. What will your life be after that? And when you have a child, will you be a Tiger Parent?

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Hey guy check it out:

Is more Activision’s Alter Ego than Princess Maker to be sure but still…

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I still count it. :slight_smile: Thanks, it looks neat!

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Ciel Fledge was just released on Steam:

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Nice I’m definitely gonna play this. Hopefully its difficult and challenging. The immersion is gonna be nice

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I love Raising Sim games :smiley: It’s kind of sad that there isn’t as much of a market for it. Princess Maker was the pioneer for this genre and to this day, it’s still the best example for it.

I found a free short game named Ikusei Nikki.
It’s about a scientist raising a boy who’s a “synthetic lifeform”. It’s more of an otome dating game but you can still choose to play without going through the romance routes.

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