What I like most is how realistic everyone is, how down to earth the story manages to remain. Hell, I actually managed to learn a couple of things about relationships. I don't know if that means it's very well written or I'm just super clueless (most likely both).
The execution is very good, the only problem I found was that the change in art styles for Ceri was pretty jarring, although that's to be expected when the sprites and the CGs are done by different people.
It convinced me to try and get voice acting for my project as well. Amber did a great job, especially for a non-commercial project.
Haven't yet played the continuation, it's on my to-do list for today.
Initially I wasn't very interested in Chemically Bonded but, now that I've seen what you can do, i'll follow the project. Keep up the good work!
For me it's the other way around. Getting friends came with the added clause of having to become an anime fan. Still not sure if it was worth it.
It was fun! The chemistry between the main duo was endearing, and there was even some progress shown in their relationship so it also brings something story-wise.
Some lines were also absolutely hilarous, the
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I can do nothing but echo the kind things the preceding posters have said about this story! I greatly enjoyed it, although having gotten the romantic ending the first time through, I was less inclined to go back through and find the less happy conclusions. I will look forward to your next effort.
"Finish what you start"
EDIT: 'really enjoying it so far! I'm not the most people person, but the interactions and development feels natural.
The warm colors and the presence of Welsh and British culture contribute in giving the game a true identity.
However, a proofread of the script should be done, as it is easy to spot a few typing errors that stand out like a sore thumb in an otherwise good narrative.
As someone who wants to find more Dating Sims, I'm glad I found this one.