I'm really excited about the fan animation for the game called “Yandere Simulator.” Even though the game is still being developed, I have high hopes for its outcome. The creator of the game, a young student, received voiceover animation training from Bob Bergen, making him the youngest student at the time to take Bergen's course. But before we get into the details, let's go over some important aspects of the game.
The first thing you'll need is the unity assets editor, which will help you extract colors from textures. You'll also need ilspy to edit the game script. In terms of character customization, there are various options available for hairstyles, faces, and makeup. The protagonist, Yandere Chan, usually ties her long hair into a ponytail with a white hair tie, but it can be let down to reach her hips. Additionally, the option for army haircuts is available for those who prefer low-maintenance hairstyles. Now, let's address some popular questions about the game.
Will the final version of the game include easter eggs and debug commands? Yes, they will be present in the full game. As for the storyline, the remaining parts of the Story Mode will be included in the complete game once it's released. Moving on, let's delve into the world of Yandere Chan.
Who is Yandere Chan's best friend? This question is yet to be answered in the game. The developers have kept this aspect a mystery so far. Moving on to the visual aspect of the game, there's a face texture pack available for customization. The pack includes various face textures for Yandere Chan, allowing players to personalize her appearance to their liking. Now, let's address another interesting feature of the game.
If you befriend an evil character in the game and they witness you committing a murder, they may offer to help you dispose of evidence. This could involve getting rid of your school uniform or hiding the murder weapon. You can choose what you want them to assist you with. Speaking of characters, Victim-chan, a character in the game, wears the default school uniform.
In a funny incident, I once went to Akademi High School in the game and used Jean, a character, to throw a dumbbell at another player in the gym area. It was during a practice session of the Drama Club. Now, let's move on to an interesting plot twist in the game.
The Journalist, a character in the game, went to the airport, but Ryoba, another character, followed him and saw him board a plane to America. This event adds an intriguing element to the game's storyline. Lastly, I'd like to mention how mornings play a role in the game.
For some characters, responding to morning messages and commands from friends, loved ones, and authority figures like professors is important. Personally, I'm not a morning person, but for those who are, the morning is a crucial time to communicate effectively. Lastly, it's worth noting that certain email providers have limitations on the size of content that can be attached to emails.