“We need to evolve our social acceptance,” the website says.
That’s all fine and good, but we still think the first step here is coming up with a better name.
Peppr hopes to rid prostitution of its icky image, and to “lift the booking of erotic services to a new level".
Prostitution has been legal in Germany since 2002, and the BBC estimates the country has around 400,000 sex workers, meaning there should be a boatload of ladies to choose from.
Once you have a girlfriend, you can go to the elf city and visit their houses (being with them in their house will be like a date).
Once you become a girl’s close friend, you can go out with them on dates.
The girl’s happiness meter, once it is full - you can kiss a girl and she will become your girlfriend and a lot of exp will be added.
Many people believe that playing it cool or not caring is considered attractive, but it’s actually quite discouraging.
Last month, she successfully organized a community playalong of Falcom titles dubbed, imaginatively enough, #Falcomonth.
According to the company, all the “Pepprs” on the site have been personally vetted by the app's founder, Pia Poppenreiter, who claims to only work with individuals and escort agencies, and not brothels.
Or perhaps you've never encountered a game like this up close, in which case this column -- and a companion community playalong event, which we'll get to in a moment -- is very much aimed at you.
GAF poster Anne "apricotsushi" Lee is a Twitter friend of mine with whom I've had some fun discussions regarding Japanese gaming in the past.