Continuing off my previous list (You need to login to view this link
these are the secret, unlockable girls that were cleverly hidden in the dating sim/puzzle game HuniePop. These girls are a little special, as instead of asking personal questions, they'll quiz you. Better hope you're clever.
You know in video games, how you might face off against an enemy early on, you're not strong enough to win, and you fight them again later? Kyu is the dating sim equivalent of that. She teaches you how to play the game and gives you advice as to how to talk to the other girls. You unlock Kyu after you sleep with one girl (four successful dates, the last one being at night).
Kyu is foul-mouthed, sex-crazed, and seems to be aware that she's in a dating sim. She breaks the fourth wall regularly. I think she and Deadpool would get along just fine. Also, her voice is utterly adorable. I get the feeling that English isn't her first language, as she often uses outdated slang when she gets excited.
Kyu will quiz you on the advice she's given you over the course of the game, so make sure you pay attention. Also, as of the Valentine's Day update, she serves as a means to getting an exclusive date gift (Give her your tissues), as well as unlocking a special game mode. Give her all twelve pairs of obtainable panties to do so. Her favorite token is Flirtation (green) and her least favorite is Talent (blue).
I don't like this one that much. In a game full of unique girls with interesting traits and analyzable personalities, Momo is just your average catgirl, probably thrown into the game as tribute to, or parody of, Nekopara. She doesn't have much depth, and her voice is just a bit too squeaky for me to tolerate. To unlock Momo, buy a bag of goldfish from the in-game store and throw it out in any outdoors area.
Momo latches onto you and calls you Master. She's unique in that she's the only girl you can find in your room, while in every other case you have to sleep with a girl to talk to her there. Her questions revolve around cat trivia, which I'll admit is pretty clever. Her favorite token is Romance (orange), while her least favorite is Sexuality (red).
This is how you do an out-of-nowhere character. Celeste is an alien officer who crash-landed her ship on the beach. To unlock her, give Kyu your dirty magazine and you'll get a weird device. Meet a girl at the beach at night, but don't take her home. When you leave, Celeste will show up to collect the device.
She kinda reminds me of a quanari from Dragon Age, only way more gorgeous. All of her outfits are sci-fi inspired, and her questions revolve around space trivia. You can learn a surprising amount of things from her. I also love how she talks; she speaks perfect English but in a high monotone. Her favorite token is Talent, and her least favorite is Flirtation. That makes sense; she'd likely reply better to impressive acts rather than earthly pickup lines.
Finally, we have Venus, the goddess of love. She's the boss of all love fairies, including Kyu, and she only appears to true savants in the art of seduction. To unlock Venus, sleep with the eight base girls, as well as Kyu if you have the Valentine's Day update. She'll appear the next day.
Venus is essentially this game's final boss, so to speak. All of her trivia questions revolve around minute details on the eight base girls. She's prim, proper, difficult to impress, and she has the highest alcohol tolerance in the game. It takes the entire alcohol menu to get her wasted. She's only appeared to you because you're such a rousing success, and you're one of the few she's allowed in her company. No mortal has ever been able to bed her. Her favorite token is Sexuality, and her least favorite is Flirtation.
That covers the unlockable girls. I'm surprised at how much depth a simple puzzle game can have, and it's nice that this game fully indulges in its silliness by allowing you to date beyond the mortal plane. Seriously, get this game.