Shall we date?: Angel or Devil+ – NTT Solmare

NTT Solmare - Shall we date?: Angel or Devil+  artwork Shall we date?: Angel or Devil+
NTT Solmare
Genre: Entertainment
Release Date: May 13, 2014

“Shall we date?: Angel or Devil+”, hereafter referred to as “the game”, is a novel type dating simulation game, depicting a romance between you (a player) and a hero (an angel, devil or reaper). The game is the first one among the series, which has been developed with Shojo (girls) Manga like illustrations that successfully make the game a romantic fantasy.

===Main features===
– Play basic story for FREE: A fantasy romance game set in current Japan; heroes are an angel, devil and reaper
– Choose your favorite character: There are three men (characters) available in this game. You can choose among the three men to begin your romance.
– Multiple-endings: The choices you make will determine how each story ends.
– Beautiful still graphics: Check out the beautiful artwork by the Japanese illustrator.
– Decorate your own avatar: More than 70 cute items available to choose from including seasonal outfit . The avatar feature is a great opportunity to show off your creativity!
– The basic story plot is the same as the paid version "Shall we date?: Angel or Devil".

=== Story ===
The game depicts your (a player’s) 7 days with an angel, devil and reaper. The story started with a scene where you found yourself in bed at the hospital when you opened your eyes-you had been involved in a car accident. All of a sudden, three strange men appeared in front of you-the angel with shining wings; the demon with deep black wings who was smirking; the reaper with a scythe in his hand whose eyes were cold. They asked for your soul because you had only a few days left to live.

=== How to buy coins ===
Once the tutorial is cleared, you will see a Menu button at the bottom of the page,
Tap Menu > then tap Buy Coin, here you can buy Coins that can be used for all in-app items.

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