Okay, I just discovered this game today while searching for other games to feature, and I fell so deeply in love with it I am going to give it its own feature rather than listing it among others~
Fairy Doll on iTunes!
A cute cinematic at the beginning of the game details that fairies came to the human world, but many people could not see or interact with them. So, fairies took the form of dolls, so that they could live among people.
You get to name your personal Fairy Doll as well as input a name for yourself as well. None of the pronouns are gendered, so you are allowed to imagine yourself as any gender. And while all of the customization options for your Fairy Dolls are feminine in appearance, again, there are no gendered terms used, so you are allowed to think of your Fairy Doll as any gender as well~
Gameplay is mainly in the form of doing Work and Study tasks to increase certain personality traits for your Fairy Doll. It is a bit like Princess Maker in that regard. However, you are allowed to look at what the requirements are for each of the target personalities, so you are free to see beforehand what personality stats you need to be building toward and schedule your Work and Study tasks accordingly.
Additionally, Fairy Dolls have not one, but two personalities – one to act as their main type, and the other to be a secondary one. I am working on making mine a Sweet Angel, so she needs a ton of Kindness! Other personalities include Tomboy, Tsundere, Cool, Gentle, Demon, Princess, Warrior, and Yandere, among others. You are even allowed a preview of what kind of dialog your Fairy Doll will use when they are attributed to any of those personalities!
Fairy Dolls talk a lot, not only specifically in conversation when you choose to chat with them in their room, but they will also comment on whatever tasks you are currently working on. A lot of the dialog is cute, cheerful, encouraging words! It just feels really good and happy to be playing this. Such a good feel-good, pick-me-up game!
The game is free to download and it seems that it is very generous about rewarding you with currency, outfits, accessories, and upgrades, without requiring you to put real-currency investment into it, but the option is there if you choose to. I am surprised by the customization options available for free and after only playing it for a short amount of time today! I’m pleased with the presentation of my cute pink-haired Fairy Doll in a frilly fantasy maid outfit, surrounded by flowers and magical mushrooms – which is a goal that would almost certainly require days of grinding or shelling out for premium items in other mobile games. And several gacha items are available every day, too – and I’ve managed to get some valuable, cute items from them, not just junk!
That’s about all I have to write up about Fairy Doll for now~ I’m enjoying it, it’s just so cute! It’s really exciting seeing adorable anime fantasy fairies in the itunes marketplace, and the fact that it’s actually a decent game experience is sugary sweet icing on the cake.
Do look into Fairy Doll on iTunes if you are as smitten with this cuteness as I am!