A lot of people claim that they love sushi, but do you love sushi enough to take it on a date? This is the premise of 'Love! Sushi Rangers,' a dating simulator where players have the chance to romance six guys who have been magically turned from pieces of sushi into human beings.
The guys each have quite distinct personalities, hobbies, likes and dislikes, which borrow from their identities as sushi. Tamaki Marui for example is based on Tamagoyaki or grilled egg sushi and his character is known to be easily "spoiled." Similarly, friendships and rivalries between the guys seem to take cues from food pairings that either work, or don't work well together. The funny, slightly bizarre sushi dating app is free to download and has 12 different endings.
The Love! Sushi Rangers App Simulates Dating Six Types of Sushi
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3. Technology - Opportunity for app developers to create and market quirky dating platforms that appeal to users seeking unconventional dating experiences.