How to date the girls in Doki Doki Literature Club

Flirt at your own risk.

Doki Doki Literature Club! is a cute dating sim where you get the chance to flirt with four interesting college girls. Appearances can be confusing, so if you want to date the right girl, make sure to follow our guide.

In Japan, doki-doki is the sound the heart makes when beating quickly. And yours will surely beat fast, especially when you get to meet the girls. As the latest member of the literature club, you will get the opportunity to write poems for the club each week. Depending on the words you use in your poems, you will get the attention of one of the girls. And if you are lucky enough, you may even share some special moments with them.

How to flirt with Sayori

Sayori is the club’s vice-president in Doki Doki Literature Club! Act 1, and a childhood friend of the player. She will gladly teach you the ropes of Doki Doki Literature Club!

Doki Doki Literature Club date Sayori

While Sayori is joyful girl, she is also pretty clumsy and can seem a bit depressed at times. At your sides, she will be bubbly and cheery. Sayori has strong ties with you, so don’t leave her hanging.

To flirt with Sayori, select joyful words in your poems. She especially likes the words related to family, friends, love, and happiness.

How to flirt with Yuri

Yuri takes the position of the club’s vice-president following Act 1. She is more mature than the other club members, and her poems can cut deep into your soul. Yuri has a sharp mind, even if she hides it behind a wall of insecurities and shyness.

Doki Doki Literature Club date Yuri

Yuri is not a very talkative character, preferring to think before talking. However, once you get to know her, she opens up about her passions: literature, horror, and surrealism. And if you flirt with her, you may even join the list of Yuri’s passions.

To date Yuri, pick dark, mysterious words in your poems. Yuri likes poems about melancholy, grief, disasters, and anxiety. Anything related to death and scars will make Yuri happy.

How to flirt with Natsuki

Natsuki is an up-beat character. She is a cute girl, even if she can seem arrogant at times. One thing is for sure: Natsuki is not a character you can easily forget.

Doki Doki Literature Club Natsuki

Natsuki likes to tease others, to the despair of Yuri. But deep down, she cares about her friends and just struggles to express her feelings. Don’t hesitate to flirt with her: despite putting up a tough front, she’s just dying to find love.

To date Natsuki, make sure to select cute words in your poems. She especially likes poems talking about anime, candy, or anything kawaii.

How to flirt with Monika

Monika is the club’s leader and takes this position very seriously. She is always there, and nothing goes unnoticed by Monika. She cares deeply for the Literature Club and will do anything to make it work.

Doki Doki Literature Club Monika

As the leader of the group, Monika is an encouraging, caring person. In private, she still shows major signs of attention towards the player and will love you for who you really are.

Flirting with Monika through the poems is not possible. But if you still want to date Monika in Doki Doki Literature Club!, you will probably need to get rid of the other girls first.

Can you really date the girls in Doki Doki Literature Club?

Dating the girls in Doki Doki Literature Club! is more challenging than it seems. While the girls can get interested in you and you can confess your love, things will probably not go as expected.

Doki Doki Literature Club date Natsuki
Screenshot by SQUAD.

Doki Doki Literature Club! is a very unique game and is not meant for kids. It will surely break your heart, one way or another.

Doki Doki Literature Club! is free-to-play on Steam. An upgraded version of the game, called Doki Doki Literature Club Plus!, is coming to the Nintendo Switch on June 30.

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Ophélie Castelot

I was born with a gamepad and played my first MMORPG at 8. I'm scared to death by Resident Evil's dogs. FPS enthusiast, I like to pewpew people. I love both video games and writing, so naturally, I'm a gaming writer. Want to pitch an idea or debate the latest game you played? Let's talk!
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