The meter increases by the amount of times you communicate or are around this person, by sending messages, hanging out, etc.
The love meter is equivalent to how much someone likes you in reality and this is all based on how much time you spend on that person.
Something I’ve definitely learned is over giving can scare the person off.
There are plenty of opportunities to fail so you must be smooth as silk.*Puts on MLG glasses.* Next step: Ask the person out. In Dating Sims, usually your love meter has to be about a quarter of the way full before you can ask them out. This is the same when it comes to dating in reality.You’ve gotten the courage to say Hello and you guys have spent so much time together your mother thinks that person is their child too! In reality, you need to find that sweet spot in your relationship. Wait too long and you’re automatically in the friend zone and the person may believe you’re into this relationship to be friends. You play as a matchmaker that must try to match your clients with someone else that has similar attributes as themselves. Each X gets filled when you’ve messed up during your date such as having too different of interests, not complimenting the waiter correctly, or forgetting what your waiter looks like. Not the waiter part, but knowing as much information about the person and having the same things in common.It can be very difficult to escape the friend zone. In order to have a successful conversation you have to know as much about the other person as possible as well as have similar interests. If not, your conversation will be more dead than Batman’s parents!Take a genuine interest in the person you are trying to pursue and after 3 – 4 successful dates, you might just hit a home run. One thing that’s common in most dating sims is gift giving. Gift giving in dating sims seems to be one of the main key aspects because it shows appreciation for the person you’re dating.The player is given dialogue options that help them learn more about their partner and progress further in the relationship.