Stylist games are out of fashion. Even in the golden days of the Nintendo DS and free-to-play flash games, most products for this niche were considered (perhaps unfairly) shovelware. While this is true of most online and mobile dress-up games, a handful of new fashion games and old ones that have aged well give players with this particular itch plenty of choice.
Most fashion games are simple dress-up games that allow players to express themselves and their style, but leave the fashion industry out of the picture. Not only that, the social aspect of fashion is rarely present in these games. Great fashion games recognize that style is more than dressing a doll: by expressing our inner world outwardly, style becomes fashion. Big fashion games need that outside world to talk to.
5/5 Imagine: Fashion World 3D (2012)
Imagine Fashion World 3D is a fan favorite in the 3DS line of Imagine games, and for good reason. The latest installment in the series isn’t perfect, it lacks the absurd story of the DS games and suffers from an increased base. Even then, the presentation is dated but still enjoyable, and the customization options varied enough to keep players engaged for some time.
Imagine Fashion World 3D it also has a compelling multiplayer mode where two players compete in a fashion show by designing the most appropriate outfit for a particular challenge. Players can even trade designs with their friends, provided they can find a friend with a 3DS and a fashion game from ten years ago.
4/5 Imagine: Fashion Designer (2009)
Mixing point-and-click adventures and dress-up games isn’t the most original idea, as even a cursory look at flash games from the mid-2000s can confirm. Yet that is exactly what it does Imagine: Fashion Designer (2009) stand out from the competition and even from other games in the series. This is also the only Imagine fashion game released for PC and not a portable console, making it by far the most detailed and complex.
Longer runtimes and deeper features also deliver Imagine: a fashion designer the funniest and craziest story in the entire series. Players will spend as much time walking around asking questions as they will dressing models and creating new outfits. The subplot, one of the few that can rightfully be called a side quest, involves rescuing a missing dog from cosmetic testing.
3/5 The Sims 4 Style Influence Career
Become a style influencer in Sims 4 it hardly transforms the game into a completely new experience, but it tickles the same itch as any other fashion game. Careers in Sims 4 change things far more than simple jobs, especially an active career like that of a style influencer. Style influencer career does not require expansion and since the base game is free, this is actually the cheapest game about the fashion industry.
Despite its name, the Style influencer career does not require players to play the role of a social media personality. Although some writing skills are essential for the early stages of this career, a rank 5 influencer style simulation can be promoted to “Dedicated Dresser”, the first level of the Stylist career. This gives that simulator the ability to afford his friends a makeover, on top of fundamentally changing what his career is.
2/5 Love Nikki Dress UP Queen
While I love Nikki The series does not exclusively deal with the world of fashion, but is set in a world where fashion dominates every aspect of life. Styling contests are how nations resolve things that would otherwise escalate into war. Princess Elle, a talented stylist, is given the title of “reincarnated goddess”. Of course, gameplay also revolves around matching the available outfits to best suit the situation, receiving points according to categories such as “Elegance” or “Simple”.
Love Nikki Dress UP Queen is more than a simple dress up game with scoring and gacha elements. Taking place in Miraland, a world that is more melodrama than slice of life, story is an extremely important element I love Nikki. A large part of the game takes place in cutscenes reminiscent of a visual novel, because a kind of strong fantasy of this stylist leaves room for a collection of more vulnerable, touching stories.
1/5 Style connoisseur: Star of styling
Style Savvy is a series that has been developing for years, and has its roots in the days of the Nintendo DS. Despite its immediate success on the DS, the series never broke into the mainstream. However, considering how many followers the series has, the fact that Style connoisseur: Star of styling whether he is a fan favorite means nothing. Unlike most other games in the genre, A sense of style The series has the option of working with male clients, but only in an alternative, less rich way of working.
Style connoisseur: Star of stylingputs players in control of a boutique as a flood of girls flood the store every day. They can ask for an entire outfit or just a few accessories, often adding some stylistic constraints like “give off a happy, energetic vibe!” Even with these limitations and the added stress of restocking the store every day, players old and new will have no trouble making their customers happy every time. For those looking for a challenge, even a mild one, this could be a problem.
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