We're having trouble displaying this Scratch project.If you are on a mobile phone or tablet, try visiting this project on a computer.Jen, skimpily clad in mini-shorts and a tanktop, was my latest “love interest” in the app My Virtual Girlfriend. Next you select the attributes of your ideal girl, with similar category options.I quickly pressed the thumbs up button and then scrolled through my list of potential “Actions” before deciding to do a magic trick for her. The app then serves you five different potential ladies, providing you with their likes and dislikes, where they rank in each aforementioned category, and their “type” (MVG lumps girls into five stereotypes: Geek, Modern Hippie, Urban, Alpha, or Diva). For example, I could date Stephanie, a geek who likes unicorns and 8-bit retro but dislikes blue screens and Nascar.We were only on level 2 of our relationship, after all. Or I could choose to court Tiffany, an urban chick who digs cash and Hennessy, but hates reading and snitches.After ), I wanted to test out what it would be like to date someone who isn’t real. Once I picked my future boo, the wooing process began.
Love Plus, a Nintendo DS game, is only available in Japan, so I browsed virtual dating apps in the Google Play Store. Here’s how the game works: First you rank yourself, both physically and personality-wise, in a handful of provided categories (are you a bad boy? You can pick things to do or say to her, give her gifts, react to things she tells you, physically "touch" her by pawing your smartphone screen, take her on dates, or make her changes clothes. Pretty much all the girlfriends have cliche "babe" bodies, with enormous racks and itty-bitty waists, and they use the kind of cheesy lines that even an awkward, hormonal middle schooler would pass up.
Well, technically, her hand was reaching towards the front screen of my cellphone.
“You know, Jill, if you catch me when the mood is right, I’m willing to try anything,” Jen said, one hand resting on her hip, the other reaching towards me.
The girls can respond to your actual voice and you can kiss the screen to show affection.
But, try as I might, I just couldn't find anything with more in-depth capabilities than My Virtual Girlfriend.