A sequel, Hatoful Boyfriend: Holiday Star, was released on 29 December 2011, with an English version being released on Christmas Day the following year.
In addition to the main games in the series, Hatoful Boyfriend has made transitions into other media: a monthly webcomic was serialized in the anthology Manga Life WIN , several supplementary materials and official dōjin works have been released, and four drama CDs based on the series have been made. A bird, Ryouta, flirting with the player in the original version (top) and the 2014 remake (bottom).
But if you turn that fan off, the temperature rises. You can also switch the power generator off to, again, reduce noise, but then you can't run your computer the way you would want to.
If you make it through the night, you get to continue managing your pizza with new items and new minigames, and then it's back in the control room.
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The whole time you're in the control room, you have to try and keep the fan running as little as possible since it can block noise and lead to a lovely jump-scare.Gameplay in Hatoful Boyfriend is similar to most other visual novels for the PC, with the controls limited to the mouse and the only interactions being clicking to forward the game's narrative or to choose between multiple plot choices.The keyboard can also be used instead of the mouse, with the 'enter' key serving the same purpose as clicking.The save button can be employed at any point during the game, which also features several pages of save slots, allowing gameplay to be easily picked up from prior to a choice the player made.An arrow button in the upper right corner also allows the player to skip dialogue and interactions they have already experienced.