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Good news for fans of quirky dating sims, as Monster Prom 2: Holiday Season has now been fully funded on Kickstarter and so it's coming to Linux.

Against their original goal of €32,230 they managed a rather decent sum of €535,251. Thanks to that, plenty of stretch-goals (extra content) have been unlocked like: more love interests, a card game, an additional adventure and more.

You might be surprised to see me writing about a dating sim, since it's not a genre I usually like. However, Monster Prom (the first one) was actually quite good. It was weird and quite funny in many ways and Monster Prom 2 looks to be more of the same. However, Monster Prom 2 is also going to be a lot more varied as it's basically three games in one, each with a different setting.

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The demo is still up, so if you want to try it head here. The demo was actually pretty good, do give it a shot. For the full info take a look on Kickstarter.

Missed the original? You can find it on Humble Store, GOG and Steam.

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HadBabits 7 June 2019 at 8:31 pm UTC
I'm always on the look out for games my partner would enjoy playing with me, so I'll definitely pick this up I'm not much for Visual Novels either, but the writing is funny and the characters are nicely varied, and it's cool to have multi-player games that aren't so reflex focused.

We recently had a decent time with Nine Parchments from FrozenByte; wizardy fun that felt a bit less demanding than the Trine games
Jahimself 8 June 2019 at 4:10 am UTC
I think I woke up too early or my mind is really twisted as I completly missread the first part of the title of the game
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