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Video Game / Super Star

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Super Star is a Life Management Simulator developed and published by Sakura Game. It has nothing to do with defeating people while immune to damage, or the 1999 comedy starring Molly Shannon.

The player takes on the roll of a male agent that's recently started their own management company, but has so far failed to scout any talent. Taking a break from his hard work, the agent decides to play an H-Game, only for its female lead to materialize in his bedroom. Now taking on the rolls of both lover and tutor, it is your goal to turn the woman into a Super Star within three years.


This game uses the following Tropes:

  • The Ace: The female lead becomes one, as being a Super Star requires modelling, composing and singing music of multiple genres, acting, writing scripts, volunteer work, and so on.
  • Babies Ever After: Regardless of how well you did, the final credits picture has a retired agent and Super Star with (presumably) their children.
  • Insert Name Here: Both the agent and the female lead are named by the player.
  • Macrogame: The better you do in a run, the more Diamonds you earn, which can be exchanged for permanent bonuses to all future runs.

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