I wrote about how Mystic Messenger's main mechanic was emotional labour, flattering the boys in the particular ways they require flattery. And you have to calibrate yourself to his seriousness when you meet him in real-life.
However, Kotaku writer Heather Alexandra has spent the last few weeks on her own Mystic Messenger quest. So one of the most compelling parts about Mystic Messenger is that it simulates the incredibly modern, relatable and — frankly — sexy idea of falling in love with somebody online. Online, he's a trickster, a happy, go-lucky hacker. Heather Alexandra: Dual identities are a big facets of online interactions and relationships.
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Your character stumbles upon the fictional Mystic Messenger app under strange circumstances, and, over the course of 11 days, gets to know potential paramours online and offline.
Mystic Messenger is brilliant, and there's a lot to unpack about how its fake interface best shows each character's flaws and charms.
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