The internet can be sometime confusing to some folks. Talented American programmer and developer, Yandere Dev is NOT dead. There are speculations all over the social media that Yandere Dev committed suicide.
The whole story is that he threatened to kill himself over a fangame that turned out to be better than Yandere Simulator. Then people started joking about it,and “RIPyanderedev” started trending.
“Yandere Dev who was a talented American video game developer” Hm,no? He’s a terrible programmer and developer. All of this drama started because he can’t code well.
Twitter users reacts to RIP Yanderedev hash tag
#RIPYandereDev He’s blaming everyone else for his lack of work, turned one of his “dolls” into a character in-game, tried to shoot down every claim against him on the official website, and is manipulating people into thinking the developer of Watashi no Mono is a bad person. pic.twitter.com/WxqK9x2QuM
— Marth (@marrinarasauce) July 14, 2020
Ngl, now that I’ve been reminded of #YandereSimulator thanks to the tag #RIPYandereDev, I’ve kinda gotten the urge to redesign Yandere chan and Osana… Also develop Osanas character a bit on my own… I might do it… pic.twitter.com/Pbthzl5BAE
— Midnightgrove_1693 (@Midnightgrove1) July 14, 2020
#RIPYandereDev is trending and all I remember about the game are a bunch of silly ‘cheat code’ modes and a school I could make in a week in Unity. Actually… I wonder if I could make his game in Unity…
— DraikTempest (@Draik_Tempest) July 14, 2020
— chaogamer (@chaogamerVL) July 14, 2020
What You Need To Know About Yandere Dev
YandereDev, is 32-year-old freelance game developer identified as Alex based in Temecula, California who developed Yandere Simulator. In April 2014, YandereDev pitched the idea for Yandere Simulator on 4chan, where it got a lot of positive feedback, so he decided to start developing it.
It is a social stealth game that borrows elements from the Hitman series of video games, but also contains “school simulation” gameplay and other elements that seek to make it quite different. The developer has also cited influence from the Persona series of games, in addition to Hitman.[
Development for Yandere Simulator began in 2014, with YandereDev releasing test builds of the game for debugging purposes.
He has regularly released updates that add elements to the game, such as the ability to poison, electrocute, and drown rivals, befriend other schoolgirls, small mini games, a town the player can bike around in, and more.
On March 1, 2017, YandereDev announced a partnership with tinyBuild that would help him with polishing and promoting the game.
Through mutual agreement, the partnership was broken up in December that year.