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The censored version contains far more endings and new added scenes due to the absence of sexual scenes.

Dating sims such as Tokimeki Memorial often revolve almost entirely around relationship-building, usually featuring complex character interactions and branching dialogue trees, and often presenting the player's possible responses word-for-word as the player character would say them.

Dating sims such as Tokimeki Memorial, and some role-playing games with similar relationship based mechanics to the genre such as Persona, often give choices that have a different number of associated "mood points" which influence a player character's relationship and future conversations with a non-player character.

The degree of sexual content varies, but may often include intercourse.

Sexually explicit dating sims may fall into the category of H Game or Eroge.

Mystery Date is a board game from the Milton Bradley Company released in 1965, conceived by Marvin Glass and created by Henry Stan.

Marketed to girls 6 to 14 years of age, it has been reissued in 1970, 1999, and 2005.

If the player's outfit does not match the date behind the door, the door is closed and play continues.

The book Timeless Toys described Mystery Date as if it was the result of crossing "Barbie in all her high-fashion glory with 1965's biggest game show, Let's Make a Deal".

The player must assemble an outfit by acquiring three matching color-coded cards, which then must match the outfit of the date at the "mystery door".

The date is revealed by spinning the door handle and opening the plastic door on the game board.

The gameplay involves conversing with a selection of girls, attempting to increase their internal "love meter" through correct choices of dialogue.