Fun teen character dating games
People drew fan art, and not just of her characters — but of her, based on her own sketched avatar.
She engaged regularly with fans at first through journal updates on her Deviant Art and then through Tumblr posts.
(Amy was the name on her profile, though she never divulged more than that.) She kept her identity secret, which was understandable, considering she was a high school student at the height of her popularity.
Though many wanted to know more, she only revealed her face in drawings.
But Pacthesis’ games catered to a specific audience of tween and teen girls.
Dubbed the Days Sim Date series, the Pacthesis dating sims always had playable girl main characters trying to romance three or more love interests.
Whether hosting a game night or planning for an after school program, there are many great cards and board games that should be included in any teen game collection.
Teens can play alone or in competition with others as they try to catch as many characters as possible, level up their Trainer and earn digital medals.
Teens interested in trying new games that aren't of the board variety will enjoy these options: When the creative juices begin flowing but going to the store and spending your hard earned money on special materials and ingredients seems unappealing, try these craft activities using what you can find at home or at a friend's house.
As she said during a 2010 Q&A session on Deviant Art: “[I] just made sim dates, posted them one by one on deviant ART, people faved them and my stuff tends to come up when you type in ‘sim dates for girls’ on Google.” Though she opened up about her age, her favorite color, and her preference for coffee, Pacthesis never revealed her full name.
Keeping personal details close to the vest was common during the nascent days of social media, when signing up for a service did not require using a full name.