After completing the implementation of the game's first rival character, “Osana,” the plan is to launch a crowdfunding campaign to gather enough funds for a team of professionals to help finish the game. If an executable is signed, it is possible to trace back to the creator and hold them accountable for any malicious actions. Can players develop a crush on the protagonist or stalk them? If I become tired of Yandere Simulator before it is completed, there will be no motivation for additional content. This approach has caused a lot of trouble for independent developers in the past. Big companies have the luxury of purchasing a digital certificate to sign their software, but it's not the same for independent developers working on freeware applications. If the game is financially successful (many purchases) but critically disliked, there would be no demand for more content. On the other hand, if the game is a critical success but a financial failure (few purchases), there wouldn't be a budget to create additional content.
A character would only be willing to wear an earpiece and follow Yandere-chan's instructions if they were deeply in love with another character and desperately desired a relationship. Currently, it is highly unlikely for players to make any two characters fall in love using the existing matchmaking system. There is a trash can positioned between the two drink machines, serving as a hiding spot for large weapons and body parts. Will players be able to matchmake any two characters or only predetermined ones? This might explain why a book titled “How to Hentai without Hentaining” was written by Taro Yamada and featured in old builds of the game before being removed in later versions.
In other words, I would consider the possibility of adding crushes and stalkers to the game if it can address a design flaw. However, I wouldn't simply include this feature without a good reason. You can't expect a random stranger to put on an earpiece and follow instructions without a compelling motive. It's possible that these files were automatically deleted by your antivirus program.