If My Heart Had Wings mixes romance with comedy in the story of Aoi Minase.
After tragedy strikes, this young boy meets a special girl, Kotori Habane, and works with their friends to reunite their Soaring Club and build the world’s best glider so they can live every kid’s dream — being able to fly around the world.
During the grand opening of a new theme park in Japan, a shrouded figure forces an ultimatum on the crowd: play his seven-day game or he’ll blow up the park.
You get to be Saki Infaune, the woman who volunteers and rescues the hostages. Add the word “free” to something, and it often makes that something more desirable.
“It’s time to sail on the sea of love” is the description for Pirates in Love, which has 4 1/2 stars in The App Store.
Recommended for those 12 and older (because of situations like drug use and mild fantasy violence), Pirates in Love is where you accidentally become a crew member of a pirate ship with six handsome men.
Or — if you’re more into fantasy games — you can play Knights and Brides and duel other players online.
URL: Most of us are on our phones what like half the day, if not more?
Published by Aksys Games and developed by Idea Factory, the Hakuoki franchise is compared to “choose your own adventure” books where you’re presented with a bunch of options that change the outcome of the game.
URL: Sweet Fuse At Your Side plays off the young-heroine-saves-the-day theme that’s made movies like “The Hunger Games” so famous.
When he’s forced to spend his summer at a farm, he learns all about making new friends, keeping relationships with the old ones, and discovering what real love is.
URL: There are five different versions of the Hakuoki boyfriend simulator, with the most recent being Shinkai Kaze no Shou, so try them all out until you find your favorite.