[Game] Mystic Messenger Christmas DLC – Christmas Day: Seven’s Route

CHRISTMAS DAY

**Warning** There is a spoiler in this route if you haven’t finished the main story, or Seven’s route.

NOTE:  I haven’t tested out the calls, sorry. Also, they seem to move around randomly, call at your own risk. 

IMPORTANT TO NOTE! According to other blogs and guides, the chats, visual novels (story modes) and calls change around. Apparently, Cheritz did this so that replay would be more enjoyable and less repetitive. So what you see here may not be what you get when you play.

I don’t really consider this a guide since there seems to be so many variables, but this might help you if you happen to get the same chats and dialogues as me. Also, it might help me figure out those tricky secret endings.

HINTS IF YOU WANT TO TRY ON YOUR OWN FIRST: Choose the options that play along with Seven. Also, choose the options that aren’t that festive, but try not to choose too many of the ones that say you won’t go to the event. Divide hearts for the other characters evenly or try not to get any hearts for other characters.

HINTS OVER

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[Game] Mystic Messenger Christmas DLC – Christmas Day: Unknown Route (Bad Ending)

CHRISTMAS DAY

**Warning** There is a major spoiler in this route if you haven’t finished the main story, or Seven’s route.

NOTE: Dialogue options are copied as they are in the game, spelling and grammatical mistakes included. I haven’t tested out the calls, sorry, call at your own risk.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE! According to other blogs and guides, the chats, visual novels (story modes) and calls change around. Apparently, Cheritz did this so that replay would be more enjoyable and less repetitive.So what you see here may not be what you get when you play.

I don’t really consider this a guide since there seems to be so many variables, but this might help you if you happen to get the same chats and dialogues as me. Also, it might help me figure out those tricky secret endings.

HINTS IF YOU WANT TO TRY ON YOUR OWN FIRST: Choose a character you want for this route and try to get as many hearts for them as possible, try to get hearts for the other members evenly or try to get no hearts at all from other members. Get two white hearts on the 00:01 chat, participate on all chats because there are three chats that trigger important texts. Reply to the texts correctly.

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[Game] Mystic Messenger Christmas DLC – Christmas Eve: Jumin’s Route

CHRISTMAS EVE

NOTE: Dialogue options are copied as they are in the game, spelling and grammatical mistakes included. I haven’t tested out the calls, sorry, call at your own risk.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE! According to other blogs and guides, the chats, visual novels (story modes), and calls change around. Apparently, Cheritz did this so that replay would be more enjoyable and less repetitive. So what you see here may not be what you get when you play.

I don’t really consider this a guide since there seems to be so many variables, but this might help you if you happen to get the same chats and dialogues as me. Also, it might help me figure out those tricky secret endings.

HINTS IF YOU WANT TO TRY ON YOUR OWN FIRST: Try to get mostly hearts for Jumin and either get hearts from other characters evenly or no hearts at all from other characters. To get hearts from Jumin choose chat options that agree with Jumin, follow what Jumin is saying rationally, and speak well of Jumin. Sometimes you might not get a heart for what seems to be the right answer, don’t worry it seems hearts were very limited for these chats.

HINTS OVER

***The character names in color are the choices I made for this route. If both are in dark gray/black it means I chose the answer that doesn’t give you any hearts (Nothing).

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[Game] Mystic Messenger Christmas DLC – Christmas Day: Jumin’s Route

CHRISTMAS DAY

NOTE: Dialogue options are copied as they are in the game, spelling and grammatical mistakes included. I haven’t tested out the calls, sorry.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE! According to other blogs and guides, the chats, visual novels (story modes) and calls change around. Apparently, Cheritz did this so that replay would be more enjoyable and less repetitive.So what you see here may not be what you get when you play.

I don’t really consider this a guide since there seems to be so many variables, but this might help you if you happen to get the same chats and dialogues as me. Also, it might help me figure out those tricky secret endings.

FOR CHRISTMAS EVE CLICK HERE

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[Game] So I’ve been playing Mystic Messenger

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If you play Otome games, then you’ve probably heard about this game. I sort of randomly found it while looking for a different game and initially thought it was another one of those ticket based visual novels where you have to wait 4 hours to get one ticket. Gosh I hate those games – I’m currently playing 3  of them – and how they practically force you to do the “Tapjoy” thing for points and spend money.

To my delight, Mystic Messenger is nothing like that. I find it rather unique in how it takes advantage of the fact that it’s a mobile game.  Basically, the game is designed to simulate a chatting app. It includes a photo album, email, “friend” profiles, chatrooms, messenger, and a call function. It’s really cool! Continue reading

The Reason I haven’t Been Reading #1

I would like to start by saying that I’m not a gamer. When I was young I was too poor to own a console and when I was finally old enough to buy my very own Game Boy, I realized that I didn’t have the patience for video games. First of all, I sucked at them, but I just wasn’t really all that interested in taking the time to get better. I would usually get bored after 30 minutes.

Skip to now, and I still suck at them and 30 minutes is the longest I can go, except when it comes to single-player mystery point-and-click games. A couple of years ago I played The Adventures of Bertram Fiddle and it was surprisingly fun! Unfortunately, my computer broke soon after and the replacement couldn’t handle Steam. No video games for 3 years just when I was finally getting into them! Sad!!

However, I just got a new computer and this one can handle…anything! First thing I did was replay the game.

The Adventures of Bertram Fiddle is a comedy mystery game set in Victorian London. A murder has been committed and a dog has been stolen by serial killer Geoff the Murderer. It’s Bertram Fiddle’s job to follow the clues to find the missing dog and catch the serial killer before he strikes again! But that’s not all, a bet against his rival Sherlock Holmes is on the line!

I highly recommend this game if you’re in the mood for something easy, short, quirky, full of interesting characters and quirky art!

I didn’t think I would make a post about it so I never bothered to take screenshots, so… I leave you with the trailer. I love the art style! Also, the voice acting is on point.