(Fun fact: Cero, winnable here, is also the protagonist of the prequel to this game).
The plot itself is a bit baroque, but whether this is a good thing or a bad thing may simply be a matter of taste.
On Kaleidoscope dating Sim 1, if you want the best end with Angel, you should give her the hair clip with the heart, the two blue flowers, the hat with the blue ribbon, the "bunnyhat", the black bag and ALL the kind of bubble gum.
I hope I have help you ;) On Kaleidoscope dating Sim 1, if you want the best end with Angel, you should give her the hair clip with the heart, the two blue flowers, the hat with the blue ribbon, the "bunnyhat", the black bag and ALL the kind of bubble gum.
The only game that gives you anywhere near a respectable sum of money is the matching game, and even this averages out at a little over 100 dollars per play.
So, before even bothering to talk to the character I wanted to romance, I sat and played a matching game over and over again.
For best endings: Try to go on at least 5 dates, to the kiss scene. The easiest way to ensure this is to spend the first 7 or so days saving up about 5000$ between games and mushrooms (I prefer games, if your good at matching it's an average of 100$ a game) Buy one of each gift for your partner (which should leave you with half remaining), and befriend them over the next 5 days.
Does all characters have their own best end and neutral end? If there's a third game, I'll certain play that too!
And I noticed a more-or-less important thing about the first game and this one.
By introducing more trust elements you give yourself a better chance of meeting women near you.
Even after membership is terminated, this Agreement will remain in effect.
Once you can give gifts, give them all the gifts, then (depending on money remaining) work for more money to buy the cheapest item about 4 times, then go on 4 dates giving them once each time. Make sure you reach the end of dialogue to where you no longer can choose what to say, and have about 1000 experience.