Nicole is thrilled that she managed to get into her first choice school and is looking forward to experiencing college life there. However, as soon as she moves into the university dorms, she finds out that there’s been a series of mysterious disappearances going on around the campus!
So far, three girls have already gone missing and Nicole could be next if she’s not too careful – not quite the ideal college experience Nicole had in mind.
Nicole is a dating sim that revolves around your day-to-day life as a college student. You can take up part-time jobs to earn money, explore various locations, do recreational and extra-curricular activities, and meet intriguing characters like Darren, Kurt, Jeff and Ted. You might even get to date the culprit!
- Four different boys to date: Jeff, Ted, Darren & Kurt with 10 different endings
- Discover the true identity of the culprit. Careful, you could be dating him!
- Life simulation gameplay with several places to visit and activities to choose from
- Classic dating sim with several statistics and items to buy
- Added Retina highres font support
- Built against the latest RenPy
Ratings and Reviews
I had problems with this game, not with the mystery part or doing actions, but the dating part. I was done with this game before I even met the last guy (the one with dark hair). The first two guys (the pharmacy guy and the southern one) both had anger issues and would get mad at the main character for stupid reasons, and it was a crazy, scary anger. If I met a guy like that, I would have avoided him, but the main character just brushes it off as if it’s nothing. I feel like it’s teaching girls to put up with toxic relationships and people with anger issues. The other guy (football player) was super arrogant and the main character even says he said her name as if she was an object, but he is still considered a love interest. I haven’t played the game all the way through and would if it didn’t have all these toxic guys. Maybe their personalities get better as their love for you grows, but that just teaches girls that their supposed to put up with this toxic behavior and it’ll get better in the future, but that’s not always the case. I feel as if it’s teaching girls it ok to nurture abusive relationships. Oof
One of my all time favorites
Nicole is by far one of the best romance visual novels I have ever played. The characters are unique and I love each and every one of them. My two personal favorites are Ted and Darren, they’re so lovable! I would recommend this to anyone looking for any type of otome game. The price of $6 may deter some from buying the full game, but I assure you that it’s worth every penny. Not to mention the absolutely fantastic music! I have played through each route countless times and still continue to do so. Nicole is 100% deserving of 5 stars!
I really enjoyed playing the game even though it's a bit difficult to get the true endings. For all those people complaining about having to buy the game to continue, at least it's only a one-time payment of $6! I bet a lot of work went into making this game, so the price is justified. It's rare nowadays to find games where you pay once and don't have to worry about stupid in-app purchases to progress in the game.
- Celso Riva
- 84.7 MB
- Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Riva Celso
- In-App Purchases
- Unlock all male romances $5.99
- Add 100 units of in-game currency $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.