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Her real-life friends chimed in, helping her make podcasts (dubbed Pacthecasts) and manage the fan groups.
But while the Pacthesis games garnered a passionate following, this internet fame wasn’t something she initially aimed for.
There is certainly a sizeable portion of dating sim and otome game fans who can pinpoint their love for the genre to the work of this teenage girl, who spent her high school days making the games she wanted to play.
“If [Pacthesis] ever comes back and starts making games commercially, my wallet and I will be ready to buy her stuff, since it’s thanks to her that I got into otome games in the first place,” reads an otome blog post from 2016.
As she said during a 2010 Q&A session on Deviant Art: “[I] just made sim dates, posted them one by one on deviant ART, people faved them and my stuff tends to come up when you type in ‘sim dates for girls’ on Google.” Though she opened up about her age, her favorite color, and her preference for coffee, Pacthesis never revealed her full name.
Keeping personal details close to the vest was common during the nascent days of social media, when signing up for a service did not require using a full name.
“I found dating games on Newgrounds that I could play right in my browser without downloading anything — at the time this was very appealing to me,” Amy explained.
“There was also something cool about low-budget indie games made by individuals because I could imagine myself making them too.
Following a four-year hiatus, she published one more game on her profile — Many fans who grew up with the Pacthesis games wonder where she went.
Through the years, her fans still think of the games and of the creator who had been part of their lives for so long and inspired a love of the genre. What happened to Pacthesis, and what is she doing now?
Turns out, the answers to those questions are pretty simple.
They are always so sweet and fluffy and some scenes were so funny, that [I] was laughing so hard that my tears would come out.
(*ﾉ∀｀)ﾟo｡ｱﾋｬｬ I think it’s just the perfect combination between romance and comedy,” wrote a reviewer on Word Press in 2012 about .