In Otome Break you take care of mechanical girls called auto mecha and help them become more human. Otome Break is primarily a communication game where you build a bond with one (or all three girls) and teach them words. Pudding a la mode, for example, is something you can eat… although it looks like you could "trick" the girls saying its somewhere you can go.
Otome Break also has retro style mini-games like Otome Dash where you have to collect garbage and dodge obstacles. Otome Catch has players catch falling balls and Otome Attack is a boxing game where you have to get a cursor in the red area to hit a punching bag.
Otome Break comes out on August 8 in Japan for iPhone and Android. The game is free to download, but each automecha girl costs 1,000 yen ($12.75) or you can get all three for 2,500 yen ($32). Here’s another look at Otome Saotome, Spica Saotome, and Virginia S. Saotome.