It's such a good game and it has so much potential it has me looking forward to Galaxy Angels (or Galaxy Girls as it's up on Steam). Perhaps it's because of how short the game is that the romance appears to be a bit forced (or maybe I just find the day counter rather disconcerting). Nevertheless, I enjoyed the couple of hours I spent playing.
It's easy to see why Kotoha would be the easiest ending to get, so of course I gravitated towards romancing Sara. It's always more fun when there's more difficulty and angst involve (all characters included, considering Kotoha's position). I was thinking of how Sara and Erica would build a relationship during their voyage and at the end of it, somehow, someway, the fiance finds a way to get to their destination and Sara steps off the ship and sees him, and what then?
I suppose that's already too wild of a leap considering the science of the games universe. Which brings me to my last point. I think, for me, the most interesting part of this whole game (yes, even more interesting than the very lovely, queer women) was the lore. I hope we get to see more of the science and history of the Blossoms universe.
Over-all, thank you for this game; I can't wait for the new one to be released!