Boyfriend Dungeon is an isometric action game with procedurally generated dungeons and, crucially, swords you can romance.
Part dungeon crawler and part dating sim, Canada-based developer Kitfox Games' "shack-and-slash" is built around personified, dateable weapons who players must woo in order to grow stronger and "plunder the 'dunj.'" In a limited sense, stopping to "capture the hearts of cuties to level them up" isn't entirely dissimilar to conventional party systems where, as you explore, you find new recruits trapped in a dungeon, add them to your party, level their skills, and try not to alienate them with your moral choices.
The SIM circuit is part of the function of a universal integrated circuit card (UICC) physical smart card, which is usually made of PVC with embedded contacts and semiconductors.
The phones, which also usually include touch screen interfaces and other modern features, typically retail for a much lower price than branded models.
While some such phones are sold under generic names or are rebadged by smaller companies under their own brand, either as cosmetically-identical clones of the originals, or in completely different designs, with the logo of a notable manufacturer present in order to take advantage of brand recognition or brand image.
But there's more to Boyfriend Dungeon's relationships than the occasional 'Companion A didn't like that' jab. You learn their likes and dislikes and take them on dates away from the dungeon, and as your relationship deepens, their weapon forms grow stronger.
Which is a bonkers idea at first blush, but remarkably intuitive when you think about it.
The SIM was initially specified by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute in the specification with the number TS 11.11.
This specification describes the physical and logical behaviour of the SIM.
Boyfriend Dungeon is still early in development and isn't expected to release until 2019.
A dual SIM mobile phone is one that holds two SIM cards.
Dual SIM phones are common in developing countries, especially in Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent, with local firms like Karbonn Mobiles, LYF, Micromax and Cherry Mobile releasing feature phones and smartphones incorporating multiple SIM slots.
The French Wiko Mobile is also an example of rebadged Chinese Dual-SIM phones sold in few European countries as well as in North-West Africa.
The first UICC smart cards were the size of credit and bank cards; sizes were reduced several times over the years, usually keeping electrical contacts the same, so that a larger card could be cut down to a smaller size.