Dandelion -Wishes brought to you- is a female-oriented game developed by Cheritz. The game was released in South Korea in August, 2012. The English translation for Dandelion was released on Nov, 2012. Dandelion is known as a unique dating simulation with a sensational storyline and charming characters.
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Release Date: Aug 27, 2012

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Dandelion -Wishes brought to you- is a female-oriented game developed by Cheritz. The game was released in South Korea in August, 2012.
The English translation for Dandelion was released on Nov, 2012. Dandelion is known as a unique dating simulation with a sensational storyline and charming characters. You will notice fantastic art work, beautiful music, and you will experience dramatic emotions throughout the game.

Dandelion ~ Wishes brought to you

  • Genre : Dating Simulation Game
  • Platform : PC/Online
  • Rated : E10+
  • Voice supported : Partly supported(Korean).
( CAST : Mira Yoo, Kyungmyung Lim, Nakyoon Choi, Seongil Lee, Myungjun Kim, Kyungtae Lee, Nayoung Kim, Minjae Gang etc. )

  • Release Date : 2012. 08. 27. in South Korea. * English version in December, 2012.


Heejung Kim moved out from her mom's house, who is obsessed with her education. Heejung tries to find her real dream life. Having the impression that everything would go well, she has been living a life obsessed with grades.

Majoring in business administration, average language skills, not that popular, decent school grades.
The only thing she is interested in is the Art Club.
As graduation approaches, she starts to worry about her future...

One day, Heejung wakes up to animal sounds.....?
After she finds these mysterious animals her story begins....

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Pentium 4 3.0 GHz
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel Graphics Card 3000
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 1536 MB available space
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Pentium 4 2.4GHz
    • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel Graphics Card 3000
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 2048 MB available space
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.6
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.6
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
10.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 15
This isn't a terrible game, it's just pretty "meh," and for the price, that makes it one I can't recommend.

This is a stat management game (think Tokimeki series) where you choose different daily activities that affect the main character's intelligence, stress, etc, to build your appeal for the love interests, with the slightly novel spin that interactions with the love interests occur based on choosing rooms of your house they currently occupy (because they are literally your pets and live with you) and engaging in particular activities in those rooms. You can also choose to hang out with a particular love interest on the weekends and there are cut scenes that trigger based on date and level of affection with that person.

It's a solid setup of this type of game. But the interactions with the male characters feel pretty shallow and disjointed; and after a while they become really repetitive too. I can understand the male characters' motivations to a certain extent, and won't get into them for the sake of avoiding spoilers, but it feels like you're kind of forcing the protagonist into a relationship that never seems to pick up steam. It's like you're friends, and there's no romance, and then bam, suddenly you're supposed to be downright Shakespearean.

The ending I received was the only part where it finally felt engrossing, but it took hours of mostly boring repetitive gameplay to get there. I know repetition is the stock and trade of these types of stat building games, but you truck through them for the little rewards you get when you interact with a love interest or get a cut scene. The problem here is that those rewards did not feel...rewarding, so the stat building just ends up feeling like a slog.

The storyline I chose also suffered from the same type of borderline absuive relationship that makes Amnesia a dubious choice--as in, anyone can see this guy is actually a major chode and you'd tell your best friend to run screaming from him if she was dating him in real life. And yet you kind of have to force the kind, shy, unassuming heroine down that road to get anywhere in the story.

All in all, it was an okay diversion for a day, and you might consider picking it up if you have the money to spend and are just curious. But it's not something I'm interested in playing again, certainly not through all the routes-- which is a shame because there is an overarching plot that seems like the completionist playthrough could be really interesting. I'm just not willing to slog through several more hours of stat building for flat cut scenes and bad relationships to find out.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
28.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 13
From the makers of Mystic Messenger comes every woman's dream to date her cats.

In this fun and quirky game you are given the option to give your affections to one of three rabbit-men or one of two cat-men. And these animal men are just that- otherworldly mammals sent to your apartment by a mysterious figure in animal form, only to turn into brooding men with animal ears. The different paths, while nothing revolutionary, are that lovely mix of heartwarming, aggrivating, sweet, and bizarre, with each character being an individual full of surprises.

The gameplay itself relies on a lot of grinding between cutscenes, which is my main reservation about the game. The interface is fine, although it could be integrated a bit more smoothly. Music is charming, graphics are cute, and so on. Each path from the beginning to the longest ending takes 3-5 hours, so possible to complete in a session or two.

Overall, however, the game is cute and charming if a bit weird.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
27.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 13
Product received for free
Cheritz needs to change their slogan because a sweet solution for female gamers is a total lie

10/10 would cry at two in the morning again
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140 of 144 people (97%) found this review helpful
22 people found this review funny
46.3 hrs on record
Posted: September 29, 2014
If pigeons weren't enough, now you can choose between BUNNIES and KITTENS. Well, kind of. Unlike the pigeons in Hatoful Boyfriend, these animals fortunately (?) don't stay animals forever. (I took a bunny with me to the beach; he was not impressed when I put on my $100 dollar bikini, the fruits of MANY nights of labor at the local art gallery. I would've been pretty weirded out if he was.)

Animal jokes aside, Dandelion is a lovely, very professionally done Korean visual novel aimed at a female audience. I think this may be the first Korean visual novel on Steam, and it's gorgeous, with fully voiced Korean dialogue and English text. I believe you can set the text to Korean as well. There are five different possible love interests you can pursue at the start, though at the beginning I swear it plays more like a pet raising simulator than anything else. Steambuns instead of Nintendogs, right?

But no, there's a mystery that slowly begins to unfold--and eventually romance. With people. Human people, I swear. Just ignore the occasional animal ears. Yes, the $30 price tag may seem very steep to a lot of Steam users accustomed to cheaper alternatives, but before brushing it off, try the demo (available on Steam right here: http://store.steampowered.com/app/323760/?snr=1_5_1100__1100). It doesn't take long to see how much work went into it, and how many visual novels on Steam have extensive voice acting? Not enough! I've only noticed a few small translation errors here and there, but they aren't nearly as common, noticeable, or cringe-worthy as a lot of the freemium VNs' rushed translations on iOS and Android. Overall, the translation is very well done.

Hopefully, if Dandelion does well enough on Steam, Cheritz might feel inclined to add Nameless, their latest visual novel set in the same general universe--but with dolls instead of cats and rabbits. Yes, dolls. How can any girl resist?

UPDATE after completing all routes, including Jisoo's absolutely TERRIFYING "bad route" (totally worth it for the extra CGs!):

Yes, I sank 35 hours into Dandelion. Yes, every one of them was worth it. I can't think of another visual novel/dating sim that left me thinking so much after completing it. After completing all 5 routes, make sure to check the bonus content! I was really interested in the mystery behind the story--who left me with these animals and why? The bonus content was the cherry on top of an already delicious sundae--and isn't the cherry sometimes the best part?

First, I have to praise the characterization of Heejung. I know most visual novels/dating sims use "blank slate" protagonists (sometimes without eyes--creepy!), but Heejung is the most relatable, realistic heroine I've encountered in a while. (I may be biased because I, too, wonder where my mysterious new bruises came from and how expensive it would be to install a TV in my bathroom when I take a bubble bath to raise my beauty and femininity stats in real life.) Who doesn't understand the pressures of "making it" and continuously doing things you dread solely to please your parents and loved ones, no matter your culture? Who doesn't fear being left behind?

The love interests are fantastic too, and are much more than their archetypes may make them appear at first glance (pretty bunny, baby bunny, snobby bunny, sweet kitty, glutton/pervert kitty), though of course I had favorites. I started with Jihae, whose route seemed like a good one for beginners (just remember to raise some affection with Jieun too!), and ended with Jieun because I was super stubborn about not pursuing a baby bunny. He's a baby! Heejung is a college senior! ...But his route was one of the sweetest and actually had the best ending. Jiwoo's was great too, especially if you've seen as many Korean dramas as I have and can appreciate how the game pokes fun at kdrama clichés. (Those envelopes of money! Candy Cinderella and chaebol romances!)

There is a LOT of stat-raising, but if you focus first on raising your Stress/Pressure Relief abilities, that helps a lot, and soon you won't even notice your Stress and Pressure stats raising at all. Make frequent use of Quick Save/Quick Reload if you accidentally poke/show love/feed them fruit in the wrong place (sometimes deliberately...!) and get a bad reaction, or if you can't find the bunny/kitten of your dreams anywhere in the entire apartment.

If you're on the fence about getting Dandelion, definitely try the demo first--and then just get it. Unless you really, really hate bunnies and kittens (are you more of a dog and ferret person?), you won't be disappointed.
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190 of 226 people (84%) found this review helpful
13 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
60.4 hrs on record
Posted: May 7, 2015
Let me start by saying that I like this game (obviously, seeing as I clocked 60+ hours on this thing). The various story lines are definitely entertaining with more than one little twist and turn that I honestly wasn't expecting and the characters are surprisingly 3-dimensional despite most of them being cat boys and bunny boys. That's right, ladies; after many long years putting up with the cat girl and bunny girl tropes it is now our turn. But wait, there’s more! Not only do we get eye-candy a plenty, but we also get actual personalities with realistic faults and flaws, (yes, even silver bunny and white bunny have their flaws, though theirs aren't quite as pronounced as the other three's). Even the main character has a personality – or quite possibly a severe mental condition that, in most cases, she manages to overcome without the need for expensive therapy and/or medication (come forth and bear witness to the mighty healing powers of cat/bunny boys!).

As for the actual gameplay: It’s pretty much a matter of grinding states to progress the story (mostly by avoiding a bad end). I know some people don’t care much for this aspect, but to be perfectly honest that was one of the main reasons I bought the game (that and Dodger). It does make the game pretty long, I admit, but for me it was kind of cathartic so I don't really see that as much of a downside.

BTW: Frequent and blatant abuse of the quick save/load feature is a legitimate part of the game. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

So I would love to recommend this game. I really would. The story was quirky and interesting, the characters were great, the typos(which are regrettably frequent) are sometimes unintentionally hilarious, the weirdness is prevalent (which I quite enjoy), and the 'true ending' that you get after you complete all the rest was just amazing. I totally fangirled all over this game for quite some time (don't judge me), but after the most recent update I can't recommend it anymore.

You see, Cheritz seems to have graduated with high honors from both the EA and Blizzard schools of DRM ♥♥♥♥♥♥-baggery. This is a graphic novel. Albeit, it is a pretty good graphic novel, but there is, nevertheless, no possible need for it to require, REQUIRE, a constant internet connection. And yet for some reason you cannot play this game in Offline Mode; some people can't even play it when they ARE online because of all the other little addendums and bugs that have come with it. Oh you can do the grinding in Offline Mode, but the moment a cutscene comes up you're pretty much screwed. I honestly can't understand what logical reason Cheritz could have for this. I always thought that Steam WAS the DRM, but now even that's not good enough for you guys? Really?

I'm sick of it. I really am. This DRM bullcrap is getting into absolutely everything, isn’t it? Even effing graphic novels. Graphic novels, people! But hey, if you don't have a problem with all that and have a flawless internet connection (obviously you do not have the same ISP as I do, lucky) then go for it! It's an enjoyable graphic novel game. I just wish the company would rethink this entire thing and go back to how it was BEFORE the constant connection was necessary. If it ever does I'll change my recommendation and I'd buy their other game, Nameless, in a heartbeat. But, so far, that doesn’t seem likely to happen. Oh well. Guess I’ll just get over it and move on.
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52 of 54 people (96%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
12.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 1, 2015
So, I have finally found time to write a review to this wonderful game. Please, don`t look at the playtime displayed in my Steam account. I bought this game almost immediately after its official release on CheritZ, when it wasn`t available on Steam at all and used a special security server to play, and played it for around 6 months (completing all possible character stories, of course).
I actually love Dandelion. One of the reasons for it is the main character - Heejung. Even though I never was in the same situation is hers, I still can feel her sorrow and pain. She is not some lifeless female protagonist that we can see in many otome games. She has personality and we can see her developing during the game. If you have heart, you WILL want to make her happy, though the road to happiness for this poor girl is a really difficult one.
Now, after I have talked about my main reason to love the game, let`s look in details at what it offers.

1) Characters. There is a lot of different personalities here: timid and dreamy Jieun, tsundere type Jiwoo, dark and "bad-boy type" Jisoo, mysterious and level-headed Jihae, charming Jiyeon (whom I started to hate at some point because....well, you need to play the game to understand what he really is). And of course the Wizard, a crazy person who is obsessed with Heejung in some way (or in all ways). There is also Heejae - Heejung`s friend from the university, but he doesn`t play any major role in the story.

2) Story. This one is quite interesting. As I understood, there are two words – the normal one, where Heejung lives, and the parallel one, where animal-people live. The main two classes mentioned are rabbits and cats: rabbits are royalty and wealthy all in all, and cats suffer from poverty and rabbits` policy. That`s the reason why Jisoo and Jiyeon – the cat-boys - don`t like three other young man (who are rabbits). Developers of the game did quite a good job showing the society of cats and rabbits. As far as the romantic part of the story is concerned, it is also worth mentioning. All male characters are really different and their attitude towards Heejung is different too. Some of them are pretty shocking, to say the least, for example, Jisoo`s one. He scared me at some point. However, I don`t want to write spoilers here, so I can`t add anything else without opening some part of his route. It is also really appealing to me that male characters develop along with the protagonist and that all of them are not what they seemed at first sight. Don`t trust your first impression, dear friends, because it will fail you. Every character is unique, so the game has great replayability. Despite having already completed the game I still decided to start it again in Steam, because it is better than many other otome games, its story is more consistent and it provides something apart from love story. Yes, Heejung has to fall in love with one of them but it doesn`t mean that everything will be in pink colour. There is great social context that will make you think about different things, including how to raise your children (Heejung`s mother is one of the worst possible examples, to say the least).

3) Voices. Something I really liked was that Heejung has her own voice. Yes, she speaks, and I like how she does it. She is emotional and sincere. Male voices are very good too, they suit the characters well and if I have ever to imagine them in real life, I would give them the same ones. Though I should also say that at first I found the language funny, no offense here, people from Korea. It is just so different from Russian, and the way some words are pronounced…that`s fascinating. Nevertheless, I got used to it pretty fast, so there is nothing to complain about.

4) Interface and game mechanics. Both were nice and easy to understand in the non-Steam version of the game, but in Steam it has become even better. I like how the Status of Heejung is shown, I like how simple the stats are that you don`t have to run around the map or house to understand what to do and how to improve the protagonist. Everything is simple and it is good. At the same time I can`t but mention that all this stat raising may become a bit repetitive. By the end of the third route (it was Jisoo`s one, btw) I have already learned by heart what to do and where to go to achieve what I want, so the story is the main feature that makes you want to play, not the process of playing itself.

5) Art and CGs. I love the style all characters are drawn. It`s neither childish nor too realistic. Heejung is not a super model and she never was presented as one, she is just a common young woman who is concerned about her future and current life. It is also worth saying that characters` emotions are well shown with both the art and the voice acting. The CGs are all well-drawn, I can see love of the artists who created them. Some are funny, some are scary, some are mysterious (remember the crazy Wizard?) and some are lovely and romantic. I strongly recommend completing all the routes and opening all CGs, because you will most probably love them.

All in all, Dandelion - Wishes brought to you – is worth its money and your time. I do believe that you will like the characters and the plot and that you will not be disappointed with any of the endings. There is no fairytale here, even though it looks like one. But there are actual problems of the real world that Heejung has to face every day.

I wish you good game and hope my review will help you in any way. ^^

P.S. Don`t forget to complete Bad Endings too, they are more then worth it. As I said before, Jisoo`s one is pretty shocking.
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51 of 61 people (84%) found this review helpful
50 people found this review funny
11.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 20, 2014
Didn't get to screw the bunny (Jiwoo) and instead got a trainwreck of emotions 10/10 would cry hard again.
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38 of 41 people (93%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
10.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 19, 2014
Well, first off, I have to say this is an absolutely beautiful game. If you’re looking for a subpar dating sim, you will have to look elsewhere, because Dandelion is very well put-together and a blast to play. The graphics are very nice and the characters are interesting and adorable in different ways. The stories for the different boys are very cool to learn about over time and the mysterious voice from somewhere is, uh, very mysterious. Very I-don’t-explain-anything-but-I-imply-that-there-is-a-huge-background-here-wink-wink-to-those-who-have-played-the-game-enough. So yeah, very mysterious to me. One of the only issues that I had with it was the typos that popped up sometimes, but overall the translation was well done. They did a very good job of maintaining the sweet, giving nature of Heejung while also revealing her struggles and discontent. She can almost seem too placid, but it is understandable, given her past, and as the game moves forward, she does show signs of a backbone as she comes in to her own (thanks, furry adorableness?), which I whole-heartedly approve of.

It takes some time to recognize the voices and names (very creative, Heejung…lots of J’s @_@) but once you do, it becomes very easy to know who is speaking during scenes that don’t show faces. The different colors help and the personalities are so unique from one another that it becomes clear pretty quickly. The stat system is very intensive if you want to buff them all out, but the options are cute and for some of the boys, it’s important to max out your stats as quickly as possible. Just think of it as primping and sketching your way to the top. I actually do enjoy the grind, because the little illustrations are cute and it’s nice to become beautiful just by taking a bath. Unfortunately there have been no side effects in real life.

The most important thing that you should keep in mind when playing this game is FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THAT IS FURRY AND CUTE DO NOT TRY TO GAIN HEARTS FROM ALL OF THEM. You may think, ‘Oh that’d be nice to be friends with all of them! I’ll just hang out with everyone and become a more well-rounded person!’ That is the quickest path to a bad ending, except in a few special cases, which I'm sure you'll figure out after a couple of hours of playing.


I was there.

Let me lay out the scene for you:
There I was on a different guy’s route, when I thought I would go out on the weekend and have a nice, friendly lunch with Jiwoo, you know? Just two buds hanging out and becoming even better friends. Maybe he’d even stop calling me stupid one day! During lunch, he says something about me feeding him, and being the desperate-for-points-and-new-interactions player I am, I chose the ‘Open wiiiide” option, thinking it was a little weird, but hey, I don’t judge friendships. Then he goes and says something about not dating any other boys. And if I were really Heejung, I would have stopped in my tracks and wondered, ‘You think we’re dating?!?!’ But of course, I am not her, and the game just continued on, unmindful to the fact that it had just rocked my world. When I started the game, I thought that Heejung was very oblivious when it came to boys, which was cute but almost a little much. Now, I know the horrid truth. I am JUST as oblivious and stupid about boys as a main protagonist of a DATING simulator. TT_TT

Let’s just say there is one bad ending in particular which is more than a little traumatizing and I couldn’t stop thinking about it last night. On the bright side, they did an excellent job of unobtrusively sliding you into an abusive and very dangerous relationship, with you torn between thinking there is something very wrong, and thinking that it will turn out okay once he calms down.

He didn’t calm down.

I am still a bit emotionally scarred and I have been hesitant to play his good route (I just need some recovery time…). I recommend you get all the good endings before you try to get the bad endings for completeness—that way you’ll still be able to sleep at night without thinking someone’s going to be hovering over your bed. Following you to the bathroom…not letting you talk to people…scarring the actual player for real…or maybe that’s just me. But, what the heck, do whatever you like! (It’s your funeral)

On a completely random side note, I like to pretend that the silver-haired man in the city panoramic scene that pops up once in a while is actually the main protagonist from Persona 4 (just to spice up the scenery for me). Unfortunately, no matter how many times I click on him, he does not become a dateable furball of cuteness. But I can just imagine him as a large darker gray-haired rabbit, majestically lording over everyone in King’s Game. X3 He’d fit right in with Jieun and Jihae!
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27 of 29 people (93%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
15.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 6, 2014
Amazing, amazing game. Finished it within 6 or so hours. I sat glued to my chair the whole time. This has been my favorite visual novel so far. With my first playthough being with Jiyeon..I think next time i will go for Jiwoo. It had emotions in it that brought me to tears a few times. Highly recommend this game to anime/visual novel fans. 15/10.
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24 of 25 people (96%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
31.5 hrs on record
Posted: May 29, 2015
Dandelion - Wishes brought to you - is a deep, and well thought out Otome game (visual novel and dating sim) for girls. I spent 31 whopping hours on this baby and unlocked all CGs, memories, stamps, endings, etc (which should indicate how much I enjoyed the game itself). I at least got one hour of entertainment per dollar I spent on this item, especially since I got the two pack (both Dandelion and Nameless) directly from their site. I'll lay out in bulletin form the PROs and CONs.

  • Beautiful CGs (special scenes pertaining to which route you choose)
  • Voice acted (though not in English)
  • Intriguing characters
  • An entertaining story that is deeper than it first appears
  • 5 Main routes which have their own unique scenes

  • Typos, misspellings, some grammatical mistakes (But one can easily figure out what they meant, some of this is probably due to the translation process).
  • Some CG body proportions are a bit wonky, but it's not extremely obvious
  • As this is a dating sim, there is a lot of clicking... raising stats, going through the same motions every "day" of the game. Some people might find this a tad tedious. (It's not ultra hard core though, like some others and generally the stats you need are decently easy to obtain once you figure out which areas give you which stats).
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40.4 hrs
Posted: October 23
For me it wasnt nearly as intresting as the second Cheritz game, Nameless which is really deep and well written.
Also I dislike the part of having two minuts of plot for every half and hour of useless clicking the same things (stat raising) which quickly got me bored.

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5.2 hrs
Posted: October 22
Not really a fan. Some of the relationships felt problematic, one character even going as far to say he owned you, and the characters were just overly cliche tropes
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31.5 hrs
Posted: October 6
Great game with a good story... The endings have me on the floor.
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16.0 hrs
Posted: October 4
Enjoyable. Fun. Frustrating. Heartwrenching.
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30.9 hrs
Posted: October 3
Never thought a bunny boy would make me cry.

On a more serious note, I think I can safely say that this is the best otome game I have ever played, one of the the best visual novels out there in my opinion. As an otome developer I have played a regrettable and insane amount of these games and I went into this experience with apprehension to say the leasst... but honestly, as hard to believe as it is, a game about cursed bunny and cat boys tops my list.

The writing was really great, the protagonist was so relatable and well written which is ABSURDLY rare, the characters were very multidimensional and surprisingly stereotype defying on more than one occasion. The story has a surprising amount of depth. All of the routes were enjoyable and surprising, even the one I liked the least (Jiyeun).

However, this is a stat raising game. There is serious stat raising and it can get tedious at times, but is honestly worth it for the story. My major grieviance with the game as a whole is the DRM, purely because I personally have dodgy internet so it interfered with my experience. Usually not being able to play in offline mode is enough to make me not buy/play a game but Dandelion was a definite exception.

From skeptic to Cheritz fangirl, I can do nothing but reccomend this game. And to play Jieun's route last for the most emotional impact. Consensus? If you're a dating sim/otome game fan, this Dandelion is a must play. Honestly even if you're a visual novel lover it's worth a play, although I doubt it will convert anyone who doesn't like the medium. It is what it is, a very well made visual novel and stat-raising sim.

8/10. Easy 9 if not for the damned DRM!
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5.3 hrs
Posted: September 21
Okay, I thought this was going to be a really cute and romantic game. I was totally wrong.

It takes WEEKS to get good relationships with at least one animal. I spent a lot of time working and getting the eye prescription stuff and bathing suit, and yet no one was pleased a lot except Jiyeon.

Warning everyone, you have to CONSTANTLY save your game. If you mess up once, and don't quick save or save in general, you have to start all over. (Wow, they should really have a tutorial or something to mention about this in the game!! I didn't think there were any "bad endings") You have to hear the intro music and your MC talking again and again and again. It took me DAYS to get the "bunnies" and "cats" into humans. I finally did it with Jiyeon just now, but I really wanted Jisoo. And I got a bad ending. Again. With not even the main characters, but her school friend?? Why is he a bad ending? He should not be a part of the whole story.

Another thing that makes me frustrated with this game is that we should have the option, once they turn into humans, it doesn't matter who you talked/played with when they were an animal, you should still be able to romanticize/interact with the others. I just wanted to get to the point where they were finally HUMANS and when I did, they were all angry at me because apparently I spent a lot of time with Jiyeon, even though I talked A LOT to Jisoo?

I also think the MC burns a lot of stress and you are forced to study and nap a lot. That gives me NO time to see the animals and manage to get them happy and into humans.

Do not recommend this game at all. Needs a lot of help.
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8.5 hrs
Posted: September 18
I haven't finished playing through this entire game yet,I've only gotten 3 of the endings, but I DEFINITELY recommend this game! Parts of it really are an emotional roller coaster, I'm so excited to see what the other endings offer.
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