I hadn't heard about Element Girls. Seems to be either a real life organizer, or perhaps a virtual life game about fashion.
Papillon said, "That'd be so awsome to finally have [an H] game for GIRLS that wasn't yaoi." Well, well. Here's a link from the Boys Love Games Headquarters message board which will help: http://blgames.proboards25.com/index.cg ... &thread=13
It will take some time to scroll through the list, since it mentions just about every Japanese otome/BL/gay game ever released on Windows. (Elsewhere in the forum, there's discussions about console games in those genres.) But be sure to search for the phrase 18+ Girl. You'll find several adult otome games, going back as far as the year 2000.
I imported Freshly-Picked Tingle, and it was... not quite as awesome as I'd hoped. The oddest combat I've ever seen. Very few indications of what to do next (should Tingle go for broke when talking to people? should the character gradually build up resources?). Even though it had slightly dirty humor, and was interesting-because-it-was-different, it didn't hold my attention.
Anyway, back on topic. N0UGHTS was annoyed because My Boyfriend "...looks like it's aimed at the same demographic that enjoys Barbie Horse Adventures." Perhaps. But at least it's a start. Ain't too easy to publish crazy artsy games without first creating something commercial. Games and money are a One True Pairing (Games x Money OTP!), and companies which focus on obscure genres tend to fold.
A relevant product link from DTP's own page: http://www.dtp-entertainment.com/en/gam ... 9&landid=1
EDIT: I double checked the BL games forum link, and it didn't work. If it won't work for you, then 1) wait, or 2) just go to http://blgames.proboards25.com/index.cgi
and hope you don't get the "Failed to connect to the WWW server" message that I got.
2nd EDIT: I kept browsing the DTP site, and stumbled across a game called Kiss After Midnight. Not an adult game. The graphics are Sims 2-inspired, but the page promises "...several episodes which tell the story of the game`s main characters. The individual storylines are intricately interwoven but open-ended." That's different. Their two graphic adventure games, both with female leads, could be unique.
...The company's also publishing a game called Red Ocean, which is amusing, because it's a term about corporations that compete over a small set of customers. Neither graphic adventure games nor casual, girl-oriented games are part of the "red ocean." See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Ocean_Strategy