Like with Naruto Dating, there's an attribute system, but it's far less complex. This game is like Anime Sim Date, in that you must choose the right answers to progress.
Unlike that game, however, Kaleidoscope allows you to do other things like collect and sell mushrooms, as well as buy gifts for your date.
The key problem with this game lies in its simple dialog system.
Interacting with partners involves choosing one of 4 options: clicking 'talk,' clicking 'bite,' clicking 'kill' or clicking 'gift.' The way in which you steer the game depends entirely on the characters with which you interact and not at all on dialog.
Plus, the game doesn't track your relationship levels, so you need to monitor them yourself with paper and pencil.
Anime Sim Date pits you against a handsome stranger.
Just remember that though these games represent just an extension of your imagination, they can empower you with skills that you can then apply to your real life.