Coming Out On Top (COOT) is the story of college student Mark Matthews.After coming out as a gay man to his two best friends, Mark must navigate through his final semester of college, while hopefully finding love along the way. ) bachelors to pursue and a variety of humorous and harrowing situations to experience, will Mark finally be free to live his life the way he wants? COOT features an extremely hilarious and heartfelt script by Obscura, founder of Obscurasoft.The money will go to our team members beside kickstarter fee and the rewards.Here is the rough percentage for how the money will be split from the original funding goal: We are currently on alpha development, and will need 2-3 months from now to finish the game, including the polishing stage.For details and information on how to donate, please check out our “I don’t think I’m very good at being a girl,” I admitted to a friend sometime in 2012.I was seventeen and in my last year of high school, and I’d never been kissed.It's also the first gay dating sim to be commercially developed in North America, and only the second gay dating sim commercially released in English ever.
Also, please note that any links in the OT, while not directly, might potentially lead to NSFW material. Coming Out On Top Developer: Obscurasoft Publisher: Obscurasoft Platform: PC Genre: Visual Novel/Adult Gay Dating Sim Release Date: Dec 11th, 2014 [Worldwide, English version] Steam release TBA! Coming Out On Top is an adult gay dating sim/visual novel for the PC developed by Obscurasoft.“That isn’t the kind of thing you can be bad at,” he said, as if things really were that simple.Tokimeki Memorial Girl’s Side — or, to be precise, TMGS First Love, the DS remake of a PS2 game — is all about performing femininity.[This essay was funded through Patreon under the ZEAL project.ZEAL aims to provide high quality criticism of rarely discussed games and comics, and showcase the talents of exciting new writers and artists.It is often viewed as a way for low self-esteemed nerds to escape the real world and that pesky little activity known as socialising' and hiding from the horrors of rejection and failure.