My Girlfriend Is The President (Japanese title: Osananajimi wa Daitouryou, more accurately "My Childhood Friend is the President") is an eroge by the company Alcot.What happens when a loli-alien-maid crashes her ship into the earth, eliminating Japan's government? Hilarity Ensues, of course. The entire world is brainwashed into believing the first girl on the scene is the Japanese president, with only two people in the world who remember how it used to be.Junichiro Hondo, teenage pervert, is the new vice president and one of those who remember the old ways. His childhood friend Yukino Ohama, who isn't named after the American President Obama AT ALL, is the new President of the United States of Nippon and quickly develops a fanbase. The rest of the cast includes a female not-Rahm Emanuel, a gender-flipped version of Vladimir Putin, a personified spaceship and the aforementioned loli-alien-maid.A trailer can be found here. JAST USA (link Not Safe for Work) localized the game, using most if not all of TLWiki's unfinished Fan Translation.Also, a fandisk was released on August 13, 2010, featuring epilogues of Irina's and Ell's routes.
Qoo Little-Little: "I am Qoo Little-Little, the most intelligent being in the universe! "Impossible" doesn't exist in my electronic dictionary! The entire galaxy will eventually be mine!"
Bait and Switch - The hot spring scene in Yukino's begins by building up as an H-scene complete with seeing Yukino naked and one of the the H-scene bgms playing. Then Jun loses control and we learn that Yukino isn't going to get over her phallophobia that easily. In the end an otherwise intimate moment is rapidly and unexpectedly switched out to comedy almost instantly.
Buxom Is Better - A lot of Junichiro's attention is devoted to Putina and Ran's breasts. And on the opposite side of things he denies being a lolicon. He will point out though that he appreciated the existence of breasts themselves rather than any one size.
Cain and Abel - Remi is very jealous of Ell because Remi accidentally disappeared during a test flight and was found by Souma while Ell was raised properly by Qoo (as properly as Qoo is capable of, anyway). This tends to result in spaceships capable of destroying planets canceling each other's power out and pulling each other's cheek.
Childhood Friend Romance - Ran and Yukino, though it's only Yukino who really plays it up. She comes to Junichiro's house to wake him up in the morning, voluntarily does his household chores, cooks for him (albeit badly), and is otherwise totally devoted to him. Even though she's the president of Japan. Though on Junichiro's side of things, at the beginning of the game it's revealed that he actually confessed to Ran once and got turned down.
Charm Person - The brainwashing effect of Qoo's device makes Yukino much more persuasive than she would be otherwise. When she sings, it gets upgraded to full-on Compelling Voice.
Clingy Jealous Girl - The only thing that can make Yukino really angry is somebody taking Junichiro away from her. At one point she bans exports of Junichiro to prevent Putina from taking him to Russia. To her credit she doesn't interrupt any truly intimate moments between Junichiro and Putina even when she's right there, and still maintains a friendship with her love rival.
On the other hand, she does everything in her power to try to keep Ran off of him starting from the very first scene of Ran's route.
Comically Missing the Point - When speaking with Miyoshi Ran's father, he mentions that their hypothetical children could become the pawn of warring factions. Their immediate reaction is to be thrilled to hear they can have children at all.
Dead Person Impersonation - The Ran that Jun knew as a child died shortly after moving away, and the Ran that came back nine years before the story began was an alien that revived her body and merged with it, and then fell in love with him just like the real Ran did. It's gotten to the point that they've essentially fused with Ran unable to tell whose memories belong to whom anymore.
Irina Vladimirovna Putina is a famous, beautiful, strong-willed tsundere who can generate electricity and kick ass on her own, even has a lesbian associate who has a not-so-covert crush on her. Hence, she is an older version of Misaka Mikoto.
Yukino resembles Kaede a lot. She learns to cook from a senpai who is also in love with the protagonist, has the same hair colour (but not the same eye colour), is the Childhood Friend of the protagonist, wakes the protagonist up in the morning before the game actually starts, etc. If her hair were a bit shorter and didn't have an ahoge and she had blue eyes, she could even pass off for Kaede!
Fan Translation - Though it was sold to JAST, this is a fan translated game. The announcement that the translation was handed over occurred just about exactly when the translation finished. Thus, the leaked patch that is floating around has one or two points where the translation temporarily fails.
The Faceless - Yukino Fan A, whose face is always concealed by a mask labelled "A".
Feminine Women Can Cook - Yukino's pretty set on cooking for Junichiro so she can compete with Ran and Putina, even if she does ruefully acknowledge her status as a Lethal Chef.
Harem Hero - Jun is both types. Normally he's just a regular human with a good memory and resistance to sickness, but once he kisses a girl to remove his limiter and his enhancement kicks in it sends him into overdrive complete with an aura.
Heel Face Turn - Saionji, Ran and Kuon, though you don't always learn that Ran is on the other side anyway.
Heroic BSOD - Yukino undergoes a brief one when she finds out about the mass brainwashing.
Human Alien - It's noted briefly that not all aliens look like humans. Rather, Qoo was specifically chosen because she looks human.
Idiot Ball - Jun entered at least one situation where he could've been able to safely release his alien power but opted for a more dangerous alternative.
Idiot Hair - As seen on the page image above, Yukino has a rather large one. It pulls double duty as Expressive Hair as well.
Immortal Immaturity - All over the place. Ell, Remi, Souma and possibly Ran and Kuon when fridge logic sets in about the length of the assignments undertaken. The closest thing to an aversion is probably Qoo, who talks like a dirty old woman and acts like a lazy bum. You could argue that she really is acting her age and is simply a hedonist.
Improbable Age - Justified for Yukino, but not for Irina. Irina herself even lampshades this at one point.
Lolicon - Junichiro denies being one when asked on one occasion.
Lonely Rich Kid - While being a world leader isn't exactly equivalent to being wealthy, being the president of Russia at such a young age hasn't given Putina a chance to make many friends or have much fun.
Loveable Sex Maniac - Junichiro is first introduced fondling an assistant. That's just the tip of the iceberg.
Love Triangle - Though there are four heroines, the story largely focuses on the Putina/Yukino/Junichiro triangle and both girls recognize the other as their rival. Before the story started, there was also Yukino -> Junichiro -> Ran, but it goes largely unmentioned.
Moe - In-Universe: Yukino has an 80% approval rating because she's so moe. The other girls are too, but Yukino actually harnesses her moe-ness to help her lead Japan.
Mundane Made Awesome - Peeping on girls changing or in the hot springs involves epic confrontations with a Ninja Maid, units of special forces soldiers, rousing speeches, and death traps. Kind of justified given that Junichiro is peeping on world leaders who'd need special security 24/7.
Ninja Maid - Kuon doesn't utilize martial arts, but she is more often shown performing acts of violence than she is shown doing anything, y'know, maids usually do.
No Celebrities Were Harmed - As applied to countries. Rusia, Ameriga, Nippon and Chaiwan. There's also the obvious genderflipped tsundere Vladimir Putin stuff.
Not Brainwashed - A more lighthearted example since this story doesn't do dark. Turns out that Ran and Kuon faked being brainwashed so as to continue spying.
Oblivious to Love - Averted. Junichiro acknowledges pretty early on that he knows how Yukino feels but simply doesn't feel like a relationship upgrade. On the other hand, the girls seem to think he doesn't know.
Obviously Evil - Odds are pretty strongly against a guy named Josef Souma Mengele being a good guy. Junichiro and his classmates even agree that he looks like a demon king.
Occidental Otaku - Russia's "western-ness" might be debatable, but Putina clearly has shades of this.
Only Sane Man - Junichiro is literally the only sane man in that he's the only man on Earth to remember what things were like before the aliens brainwashed everybody. Putina on the other hand is the only sane woman by this standard.
Otaku Surrogate - Even though Junichiro and especially Morita usually would be enough otaku for one game, Yukino watches anime, and reads manga and doujinshi (including the hentai sort, amusingly). She ends up as one of these in-universe too when she becomes a hero to otakus for opposing a bill to ban doujinshi.
Plot Armor - In Putina's route, Junichiro briefly wonders if his status as the protagonist will save him if he goes out to deal with Remi on his own. Moments later he also resists tempting fate by refusing to note no one has been melted yet.
Power Glows - "What's wrong Jun-kun!? You're emanating a pointless golden aura!"
Mobile Suit Gundam: The White Devil is mentioned a couple of times. A character suggests painting something red and giving it a horn, referring to Char Aznable's custom mobile suits. Remi calls herself the Red Comet, and her aura makes her eat 3 times faster. Also helps that she's pinkish, like Char's Zaku II Commander Colors.
Macross Frontier: "Embrace Me! To the Ends of Nippon! Complete with "Kirah!" and Deculture! In Ell's route, during Remi's attack on Earth, Saionji orders the Hot Spring Task force to do the "Planet Dance", and Morita can be seen in one of the screens wearing Mikhail's helmet.
Starfish Alien - Aliens like Saionji. They don't actually have corporeal bodies as such, though they still somehow manage to reproduce and tend to hitchhike off of local organisms when working. That said, they think in exactly the same manner as a human.
Talk to the Fist - "Wait, Jun-kun. You shouldn't resort to violence!" "Sorry, his speech was too long, so I slugged him."
The Tease - Ran, oh so much. It's pretty clear that she wishes he would make a move. She's probably stop teasing and make a move herself if it wasn't for the fact that she's not supposed to have a relationship with an earthling as a member of the Guardians.
Jun as well. Sometimes when Ran teases him he'll tease right back. However, she's good at keeping a straight face. There is at least one occasion though where she starts blushing furiously when Jun can no longer see her face.
Tyke Bomb - Putina was restructured and trained by Guardian to serve their own purpose.
Unfazed Everyman/Token Human - Yukino is the only one among the main cast who is not related to aliens in some way. Even Ran and Morita turn out to be aliens. Whether her ability to naturally accept everything going on is due to brainwashing or not is ambiguous.
Widget Series - Genderflipped President Obama and Vladimir Putin. You can date either one of them. You can also date a starship or an entity without a true physical body of her own.
Wouldn't Hit a Girl - Jun. Instead, he gropes Kuon into submission! ...That sounded worse than intended. Let's try that again: He groped her into fleeing the battlefield and also gaining something of a crush on him.
In one instance he does the same thing to Remi. It works right up until he triggers her berserk button.