A curious simulator where we operate a smartphone
Most of the social and communicative flow of our lives today goes through mobile devices. With them, we perform all kinds of actions ranging from purely communicative ones, such as instant messaging apps, to entertainment with games or streaming apps, to information or personal management apps. All with deep psychosocial implications, and this is what Touch Himawari is about, or comes close to being about.
Manage a smartphone inside your smartphone
It is a simulation game where we will have to use a smartphone with elements of role-playing or conversational adventure. The interface is simple since what we are going to see is the screen of a smartphone with installed apps that we will have to manage to advance through the story. The messaging app is mainly interesting because thanks to it, we will advance in our social relationships, as well as the games, providing not only entertainment but also progress in personal status.
Note that this game is oriented to adults, with the aesthetics of anime and manga designs, so some scenes will be quite explicit, both in the games we will play and in the chat conversations. Of course, it is very important to know Japanese, otherwise, there will be no way to make progress in the conversation.
With a degree in History, and later, in Documentation, I have over a decade of experience testing and writing about apps: reviews, guides, articles, news, tricks, and more. They have been countless, especially on Android, an operating system...