Japanese dating sim app
And since Voltage established its San Francisco branch back in 2012, they're slowly but surely climbing up the charts here, too.After releasing both localized versions of its Japanese apps, as well as some U. originals, Voltage said it was one of the top three publishers on Google Play (excluding games) by revenue as of May 2014.Hundreds of women (and reportedly some men) lined up to get a piece of that action at Voltage's booth.And their reactions were completely emblematic of the experience Voltage hopes to provide for their 26 millions users, with bright eyed women grinning from ear to ear, swooning, or just covering their mouths with scandalized delight.Or, if you're more of the girl next door, you might be more partial to Our Two Bedroom Story, a game about becoming flatmates with a hot guy from work.Then there's a Metro PD: Close To You, designed to please those cop drama fans, or if you're feeling a bit risqué, you could agree to be sold off in an auction at an illicit casino in Kissed By The Baddest Bidder.
Meanwhile, 'Challenge' refers to all the challenges one faces in life." But while you spend a little time building relationships with co-workers and/or friends in these games, the heart of Voltage stories is—of course—fulfilling female fantasies with everything from beefcakes to artsy types.
Their target audience is just about any woman who owns a phone and enjoys romance.
"At Voltage, all content is produced under the theme of 'Drama on Love and Challenge,'" the company's fact sheet reads.
While contemporary in style and plot similar to Western rom-coms, the apps reflect a lot of Japanese culture, particularly the often uneven gender roles in Japanese society, and can be quite an eye-opener to the East.
Voltage has 60 apps under its belt, with only a third of the titles translated into English smartphone apps since 2011.