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Dating sims are supposed to be played by yourself, preferably in your room, where you can properly reflect upon your secret shame in private. But Feel Online is a different kind of dating sim that has you attempting to woo other players around the world. The Korean online game has recently launched its global service, which means that westerners can try the romantic MMO for the first time.
Above: Ten gamers looking for nub in Feel Online, a ‘romantic MMO’
Above: So many options...
In addition to offering otaku around the world a chance to meet their cel-shaded soul mate, developer ANGames says “the user also can experience the feeling as NPC.” Since the game is designed with the goal of hooking users up, ANGames also points out that Feel Online includes safeguard functions since “it is highly likely that there may be some unpleasant happenings among users.” These anti-creep abilities include the ‘hiding’ function and the ‘ending friendship’ function to prevent repeat run-ins with anyone you find offensive.
Above: Someone’s about to get hit with the ‘ending friendship’ hammer