From the article, "The best, new April 2013 release has arrived. Which is why I’m going to do a brief playthrough, right here and right now, so you can see just how awesome it is.
I have to say, if The Pulse Pounding, Heart Stopping Dating Sim Jam were a contest, Jurassic Heart would win.
However, I really wanted to make a ‘dating sim’ for the Pulse Pounding Heart Stopping Dating Sim Jam and instead of making it about weird and wonderful sexual experiences I wanted to make it about the heart stopping drudgery of being heterosexual in a world where heterosexuals are conditioned not to talk to each other, or listen to each other, or really have any idea what they are doing. However, I famously have somewhat manic-depressive tendencies, and therefore it takes place in a red-hot club atmosphere where your eyes are being singed and music is forcing its way into your skin and you love every second of your descent into hell.
Help Janie learn more about her relationship by investigating her room and her memories. You are a second year high school student who’s about to go on a date with your classmate Taira.
Only if you find sufficient information and make the proper choices will you have a successful conversation with your friend. Enemies drop blood when defeated, which can then be acquired and used to fuel special attacks or to upgrade your default weapon.
– Tim W The game won first place in Two Weeks Game Contest at You have been trained by The Center to be prepared for ‘the true battle’.
If you've ever watched a male pigeon puffing up, cooing and dancing in front of a lady pigeon and sadly thought to yourself that you'd love to be romanced that way, you probably haven't yet played Hatoful Boyfriend (Steam link), the game where you're romanced by pigeons (also based on an April Fools' project). You can play it here, but it's Japanese-only and doesn't seem to work in the Chrome browser.
You're the only human student at a high school for pigeons, and you have to find love among the feathered denizens of the school halls. You won't be able to play PSP game Princess Arthur unless you go to or live in Japan and can read Japanese, but I would absolutely play an English translation if it were available.