Not only is Friday a day to celebrate the oncoming weekend, get a takeaway and go out for a couple of bevvies with your friends and family, for us here at GameSpew it’s time for #FreeGameFriday. That’s right Spewers; it’s the best day of the week.
I’ve been hesitant about naming Yandere Simulator for a while, despite having a piece saved up, because it’s still in verrrry early development. However it’s finally gotten to the point in which it’s fun to play regardless of its status and the fact you can’t actually win yet. You can slash and poison and learn and perform horrendous, satanic rituals… but Senpai still cannot notice you yet.
Bear in mind that this isn’t an official demo, but rather a debug build, and as such things are changing pretty much on a weekly basis. Compared to how empty the game was when it first started gaining popularity, Yandere Simulator has sure come a long way in that space of time.
The main thing to take from this week’s slightly disjointed Free Game Friday is that it’s just silly. You play as Yandere, a sensationally disturbed girl who wants nothing more than her Senpai’s affections, and she isn’t afraid to kill to get them. From torturing someone to the point of which they go mad enough to kill your love rival for you, to gaining their trust and then murdering them horribly in a secluded room, Yandere Simulator is a game filled with family fun – clearly.
It’s worth keeping an eye on the developer’s blog as time goes on. Once completed, Yandere Simulator is bound to be an utter laugh – it’s the anime version of Lucius in a way. Considering how much it’s already taken the internet by storm I can’t wait to see the finished result. Until then enjoy the various tasks, methods and mods you can play around with.
So if you’ve got an hour to spare, click the link below and get going. All it takes is a little download of its most recent build and off you go. Apart from that, let us know how you get on in the comments or on Twitter by using #FreeGameFriday, we always love to hear your views, and I’ll speak to you next week, folks.