Good story, a few bugs. The story and writing and environments and all of that are very nice. I've gotten three and a half endings, and have been enjoying the characters. I think the app should be a little more polished in order to really be worth its $5 price tag, however. It doesn't correctly adapt to my screen's aspect ratio, so the menu button is only barely on the screen. The field where you enter your name is white text on a white background, so you can't read what you're typing. The fast forward button disappears randomly.
Okay Honestly after playing I don't feel it was worth my money. Stories are short, and while its funny, nothing outstanding. Not to mention the thing crashed and all of my endings data were deleted and saves wouldn't work properly since. Makes me remember why I'm usually really against buying games.
Hatoful Boyfriend Game is very interesting and so fun, I really enjoyed this. Good for a few days worth of gameplay. I recommend saving frequently as some bugs towards the end (save files were wonky).
TLDR: Birb school for birbs, fantastic game. 10/10. Play completely; all ending scenarios. This game. I have been hooked for a couple weeks now. Adorable and hilarious premise, I rate this game 10/10, but not for the reasons you think. Like most great anime, it has an adorable and unassuming first impression, and you spend most of the game blissfully unaware of the murky deep feels that lurk beneath the cute feathery surface. If you start playing though, you must finish the game in its entirety. All 10 endings. The final ending explains EVERYTHING and plays out with a PHENOMINAL story arch.
It's OK. It in no way justifies the current price or deletion of almost everything on your device to fit it though. As some have said it IS far more than initially expected, but unless you already have a fixation on pigeons or this type of convoluted story, repeating your steps over & over & trying to figure out which choice you need to change to get a different ending? It just gets kinda tedious.
Just This game. It's got such a ridiculous premise so it's hard to get people into it? But if you want a story that starts out fun and silly and as you go through each route you start to become suspicious that there's much more to this game then it seems - here you are. Each route has a different kind of laughter, excitement, confusion, tears, and terror. And then when you unlock the long answers arc???? Its better than most horror/mystery movies you'll find. I hope the sequel comes out for the phone soon.