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It's a year after Jenna Moonlight defeated the Blood Prince. Since then, her love Mobley has died. Logan the Hunter has left her. She is now at a spa resort and strange things are happening. In fifty days, the Red Moon will rise. The Blood Pond is back in the form of a monster. What will Jenna do? Will she find true love? Will she defeat the Blood Pond? Or join the dark side and become a Dark Princess-- the most powerful witch vampire to ever exist? You decide.

Game by Nummyz.com. Walkthrough available. Please help list this game under Dating Sims and the Halloween section! Thank you! This is the continuation of Moonlight Dating Sim I. Rated PG-13 for blood, violence, and slight sexual themes. Nine endings.

Music by Kevin Mcleod, Backgrounds and various graphics by Deviantart stock images.

Please ask for permission before you take this game and put it on your site or use as a gadget and list it as your own game. That is not allowed. I hate it when people take other people's work and put a million ads around the other person's game-- you don't credit the person and you are making money off of their hardwork!

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LadyIshtar17LadyIshtar17

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 7, 2013

I saved Nevaeh! You cast the spell of human form for her, then cast the spell of light for the pond.


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Dragica206Dragica206

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 23, 2012

Can someone tell me how to get the end where the pond survives and loves jenna?



mysticvortex13mysticvortex13

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 10, 2012

The game itself i usually either use the pokerface supercheat or go onto arcade prehacks and use their hacked version of the game, the rare times i do play it, and.. i guess i shouldve expected this, but it's kind of disappointing to have only nevaeh girlwise. could do with a bit more variety.

However, the main reason i play this game is actually to talk to jenna's shadow, because it feels better to talk to something you're 95% certain is a bot than to talk to a definite human or obvious bot in my oppinion.

Which is why it's a shame to say she isnt scoring high enough on a turing test to carry on competent conversation for too long, and her dialogue is quite broken in places at the moment...

That said, there are a lot of good things that make me keep coming back to this game, the art, the setting, some of the personality quirks jenna's shadow usually has, (her obsession with all things robot in addition to the aforementioned acting like a wishy-washy mixture of human and robot) and of course, the sort of uniqueness it has amongst dating sims.

Those redeeming qualities are what makes this a great game. I totally love it, even with the flaws, though it could use a touch-up.


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luxiothundagaluxiothundaga

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 30, 2012

It's a really nice game. I really liked how the story goes, but I just can't seem to get around the story right. I always get the bad endings, and the walkthrough, well, I don't really get it. So, can anyone here please tell me how to get the good/perfect endings? Well, because getting the bad endings through every attempt despite casting the spells and all that dialogue is kinda annoying me already. Thanks.



Morgana13Morgana13

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 25, 2012

Right, I've found 9 endings... 2 for each character (good and bad) and 1 for killing the pond. As usual, I had loads of fun... but a couple suggestions.

First of all, the one thing in your games that drives me up a wall is making money. Your games usually have one job with a fixed salary... I'm not low on time or anything, but it gets monotonous. Did you know it takes more than 6 days of straight work to make enough money to collect all the gifts for a character (except Pond), and 5 days to get enough to buy blood for the strength potion? Maybe befriending your boss should raise your salary... just to change the pace a bit.

The other thing is that I think there should be a save right before the end... so you can investigate all the endings you unlocked, instead of just one. None of the endings take more than 25 days to get, so if you work hard you can actually unlock 2 in one go (sometimes 3 if you include killing Pond). However, you can only view one... so you have to go through and replay to see the other character's ending. Going that way, you're halfway through the game saying 'I'm ready for ___'s good ending... now what do I do for the next 25 days?' (By you, I mean me. After the first playthrough, I literally skipped half the game when I replayed because there was nothing else to do).

Anyway... loving all the cute guys. ;-) There's definitely something weird with me though... Fantom was my favorite in Twins, Junior was my fav in the first Moonlight, and now it's Pond... I can't help it, the little demon is so cute!


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