If you come across any issues while playing Yandere Simulator, it's important to know how to troubleshoot common problems effectively. To avoid compatibility issues, make sure you have the latest drivers installed.
Here are a couple of tips you can try:
1. Compatibility Mode and Administrator Access: If the game fails to run correctly, try launching it in compatibility mode or as an administrator.
2. Customize Your Character: The game takes the “jealous woman” stereotype to the extreme, allowing players to deconstruct and analyze the trope. At the beginning of the game, you can customize your character's gender, skin tone, hairstyle, hair color, eye color, eyewear, and facial hair. However, if no changes are made or the process is skipped, your character's default appearance will be used.
In the second intro, your character does not appear outside of customization. Be prepared for a quick jump scare before the game starts.
Jokichi shares a story that happened the day before Ayano's second year of school, where Ryoba expresses her confidence in Ayano being able to take care of herself, just like her mother. She hopes that Ayano will meet someone special and have a boyfriend by the time they come back. Jokichi initially disagrees, but quickly changes his mind after being intimidated by his wife. This is one of the factors contributing to the game's long development time.
If any NPC witnesses a murder or sees a corpse, they will take a photo and send it to the police. If Ayano is in the picture, it's an instant game over. If she isn't, it triggers a police timer. Going to class helps you develop new skills, joining clubs gives you access to specific items, and making friends allows you to ask for favors. Since the April 1st, 2016 Build, players have the option to give panty pictures to Info-chan in exchange for special items that can be used for various purposes, including eliminating rivals. By default, Ayano wears the school uniform until customized by the player. However, NPCs will avoid interacting with the player after discovering their involvement in crimes to avoid becoming an accomplice.