Marriage and the Yandere Simulator game share surprising similarities. Let’s dive into it!
In the game, there is a primary song called “Music,” which plays by default during a mission. Info-chan, a character in the game, can provide Ayano (the main protagonist) with information about any NPC (non-playable character) if Ayano sends a picture of their face.
If Ayano fails to gather this information, her rival will confess her love to Senpai (Ayano’s love interest), leaving Ayano heartbroken and resulting in a game over.
To win Senpai’s love and start dating him, Ayano must improve her skills, defeat other students, and complete quests.
Senpai’s aura, symbolized by a screen turning pink when the player enters, is an important aspect of the game. The game offers an open-world environment where players can freely move, use stealth tactics to defeat enemies, and overcome various challenges.
Yandere Simulator is an indie stealth action video game created and published by YandereDev. Jokichi Yudasei, Ayano’s father and Ryoba’s husband, plays a significant role in the game. Meanwhile, the Rivals serve as the main antagonists.
The game revolves around Yandere-chan, a Japanese high school girl who exhibits Yandere behavior (obsession and violence). The player takes control of Yandere-chan and explores her world.
There is also an alternate 1980s Mode in the game, which includes a tutorial rival and ten fully functional rivals. The demo version of the game features all of them.
Additionally, the game developer, YandereDev, considered renaming the game to LoveSick, and even designed logos for “Yanderu Software” and “LoveSick.” However, the game’s name remained Yandere Simulator.
It’s worth noting that some characters like Muja Kina and Oka Ruto went through changes during the development process. Muja Kina started as the game’s nurse but was eventually replaced by the official nurse character, while Oka Ruto previously featured as a rival.