Main character is a genius otaku that only pay attention to his hobby, but they are forced to do another thing. In this task they help people, mainly girls, and the girls fall in love with the main character.
Focusing on a genius protagonist, both series chronicles a young man as they take on the role of a conqueror. What they conquer are not territories but rather problems revolving around girls/students.
Both manga likes to play out their stories in experimental format. In essence, each story and arc focuses on various aspects involving result of success/fail ratios. There's a decent amount of drama, comedy, and potential romance. The main male protagonist is mostly devoted into their duties although can be distracted by abnormal events. And based some events, somecharacters that meets such a genius develops feelings towards him.
Both mangas are about a genius otaku in school (great grades but extremely addicted to games(Keima) or anime (Kagami)).
Both have the school setting, the difference is that Keima is a student while Kagami is a teacher.
They are both entertaining and funny ^^
Both male protagonist are otaku geeks.
Both have a same goal; conquer what they need to (Keima conquer girls) and (Kagami conquer students with problems. they are quite well-known in internet for otakus.
Both mangas are top 100 in mangafox.com
Both lead male protagonist have at least 1 side assistant.
A guy (an otaku and a yankee respectively) who has never being with a girl have to go kissing every single girl he finds. The plot for TWGOK godesses arc and Yamada are the same. In TWGOK he has to kiss the girls in hir classroom to find who are the 6 goddesses while in Yamada he has to kiss the girls in his school to find the 7 witches.
Although the beginning of these two manga vary greatly, but during the process they were very similar. The male lead has some power and they both have to uses a kiss to make things work. They're both similar series involving many girls to be in love with the male lead.
Conquests takes on an unusual from in both series. While the main male protagonist are on difficult levels in terms of intellect from both series, they do have skills in finding girls with unique personas/gifts. They accomplish their conquests by initiating kisses but the process often takes tricks, strategy, and risks for the setup. There is a decent amount of comedy in both series with minimal fan service. If you're looking for story arcs crafted with supernatural themes, check out both series.
how to make girls fall in love, make them fall on you with gentle words, and build a harem without noticing it, kimiiro no focus is all about on art romance and Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai is on games and romance.
keima and oji' have the level on how to conquer the girls feeling
In The World Only God Knows (Kami Nomi zo Shiru Sekai) the main character Keima wears glasses, shy around people and prefers playing dating sims then real life. He is known as the capturing god because of the many conquests that he has done in the dating sim world. He uses the skills he learned in his dating sim games in order to win the hearts of real girls.
The similarity is how serious both Ooji and Keima can become when presented with a challenge.They overcome any obstacle that blocks their main objective.
Both protagonists have somewhat odd skillsets which they use to 'manipulate' girls. Both are also 'geniuses' in their chosen fields.
Kami nomi zo shiru sekai is better though because while it starts like Kimiiro focus, it gradually develops an overarching plot over time which puts everything into focus. It is not quite as ecchi as Kimiiro focus, though it has some.
Meet the main characters from both series that shares much in common: otaku, anti-social, and has an obsession to win games/contests.
After a faithful day though, their lives changes forever.They become part of a game to conquer in order to return back to their lives.
There is a lot of comedy, drama, and romance in both series. More importantly though, the main male protagonist learns more about the 3D world and those around them like never before. There are also numerous references and parodies that makes fun of the otaku culture throughout both series to spice up some fun.
Similar in a way where the MC is going around with a cute girl from hell to conquer problematic pretty girls. Though, Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai is a wholesome romcom while Oshioki X-Cute is borderline H.
Both manga has a male lead who has a harem of special girls; Kami Nomi has goddesses while Trinity Seven have mages. The male lead each made numerous of girls fall in love with him while doing it for a purpose.
An anti-social shut-in is given the mission to investigate certain girls in order to get close to them. Both protagonists are smart high school students who are good at analyzing situations and turning them in their favor through various ways of manipulation.
Differences: The World Only God Knows is about the supernatural, has more girls, and takes routes similar to those found in games and visual novels. Doubt is about a realistic setting, has only a few girls, and takes a route that focuses on observation and psychology.
These stories have similar minded protagonists with a mission - getting close to select girls. While Keima uses gaming tropes to predict real life patterns, Ichiru uses observation and psychological tricks on people.
In both stories, the MC:
- starts off secluded from the world
- has to get close to girls for his mission
- reads people to interact with them
- has no interest in anything but the mission initially but eventually changes
- is fallible, takes gambles, and gets caught off guard a few times
Doubt is short but has an open ending, TWGOK is lengthy and sort of ties up looses ends in a weak third act.
Each manga focuses on the main character trying to win the hearts of different girls. KimiKiss was based off of a "girl game" and Katsuragi Keima from The World God Only Knows is an otamegane who spends all his time playing those type of games.
The World God Only Knows can be seen a satire of girl games and people who play them, but at the same time many elements connect it to KimiKiss even if it is a little less serious.
These two manga feature male otaku who one openly prefer 2D girls and the other prefer loli girls. Despite this, they still catch the attention of many female schoolmates. The MC will help out female girls making them fall for them.
For both series, relationships becomes a pivotal part of their story development. The main male protagonist is an otaku with anti-social behavior. However, they get acquainted with girls that makes an impact in his life. Romance is present in both series as we see character relationships. Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai is also well known for its supernatural gimmicks while 3D Kanojo relies more on realistic drama.
Both have the protagonist that forced to be responsible to devil.
at first the story was to be get out from involved with devil ( kaminomi was getting girls, Beelzebub was search for someone strong ! )
then the story became more interesting. and both have a girl to support the protagonist.
While Saekano is a novel series and KamiNomi is a manga, both works are heavily involved with the concept of galgame, in some ways or other. In Saekano, MC and his friends formed a doujin group with the goal of making a legitimate visual novel that fans will enjoy. In KamiNomi, MC is tasked by a supernatural entity to capture the hearts of various girls just like in galgame. In both works, MCs are also avid gamers.
At their cores, Keima and Jang Sung Gi couldn't be more different; Keima just generally dislikes dealing with people, but Sung Gi is afraid. Still, both series are focused on wooing women without treating the entire group of women as cardboard or second-class citizens, like many other romance manga can do. Both series also end up showing the protagonists changing themselves for the better. Here are a few differences Skill of Lure has.
-Skill of Lure has ecchi, but (so far) it is for occasional comedic effect
-Skill of Lure has more male characters
-At the time of recommendation, Skill of Lure isn't a harem
-Skill of Lure has no supernatural
-Skill of Lure is in full color
If you don't mind the general premise and these differences sound intriguing to you, a TWGOK fan should enjoy Skill of Lure. read more
well, both of them have the same setting: a demonic/angelic being will have a contract with the protagonist(whitch he/she can't remember signing one) , the contract consists on completing tasks that involve love.
Nisekoi and TWGOK are fairly light-hearted harem-style manga, with both stories taking place in contemporary Japanese school settings.
Both utilise back-story to drive the romance sub-plots, with Nisekoi adopting a fated-love scenario and TWGOK basing it's various character plots on a more supernatural stage.
The humour and slice-of-life elements also make both series easy to consume in either small quantities, or rush through in one long burst.
While I was reading this manga, I found a couple of similarities.
Kami Nomi zo Shiru Sekai (A.K.A) The World God Only Knows:
-has an otherworldly being helping him
-saves girls from evil spirit by making them fall in love with him
-girls forget about what happened after it's solved
-has an otherworldly being helping him
-when he looks at girls with boyfriends, they fall in love, saves them from evil affinity
-erases their memories after
-sorta harem like
And for both mangas it basically just rinse and repeat, although Faerie's Landing has more action incorporated than The World God Only Knows, and TWGOK has more harem attributes than Faerie's Landing. I have finished TWGOK and am currently reading Faerie's Landing, and they are both amazing. If you liked one of these mangas then I recommend the other to you. read more
Both series are about a genius who doesn't really know/care much about human emotions/feelings that tries to capture/conquer a target (a girl) by gaining their affection, when conquered they got an overly dramatic reward from the target
Both series have a similar premise: the protagonist is a loner with obscure interests who is called a weird nickname by the rest of the class; "Picasso" in Genkaku and "Otamegane" in KamiNomi. They encounter a supernatural girl and are then told to help people who are suffering from terrible burdens in their heart. If they don't, they will die. They end up using their "weird" interests in order to save people's hearts and become better people themselves.
Both have the male lead being visited by a girl from a different world, staying at their house and together they battle evil residents from the world girl lead came from(without killing them), the parent figures in both series own a cafe and that are only the most obvious similarities.
There are even more similarities as both series progress, though I can't write those here without spoiling.
Even though leads in both stories have very different personalities and Kami Nomi has much more comedy in it (especially in the start) I really recommend that you read both, if you liked one of them.
Both mangas revolve around a student that can see a cute girl and gets involved in a cupid-like trama. While in kami nomi he is a genius gamer, in hatsukoi the prota is a lazy energy saver; both of them just want to get back to their previous life.
Personally I prefer the comedy in hatsukoi, and a big difference is that in kami nomi the romance is more an harem while in hatsukoi is a match making to different couples.
The main characters from both series aren't popular and neither do they have a lot of real friends. What they do have though is a love for the virtual world, in particular games and the Internet. Their experience with real life people of the opposite sex often lands them into compromising positions. There a connection between their real life and fictional experiences. And with those connections brings out comedy, drama, and moments that will get people talking.
Both series start out with a lover-troubled protagonist and by the help of a magical being, the Main Character gets to fall in love with any girl he wants. Only problem is, magic can work in mysterious ways and don't always go the way you plan them to. Both series are also love comedies so they work together even more.
Both Keima and Louis are incredibly intelligent, sharp-tongued weirdoes who are almost always on top of the situation. This also makes the amusingly arrogant, yet they have a surprising tender side to them.
They also like to abuse their side kicks.
Both stories are affectionate parodies of Dating Sims and Fairy Tales respectively.
Both Stories its evolve a lot of girls but The World God Only Knows its evolves on Keima capturing the love of a girl's heart and To Love Ru Darkness its evolves on Momo trying to get all the girl to be with Yuuki Rito and be his slave (I Think)
Although Ichigo 100% presents itself as a serious love story with some humour and numerous harem & ecchi moments thrown into the mix, it can get a bit tedious and repetitive. If you're looking for a parody of the romance genre or are just looking for a breath of fresh air to your usual manga reading, try Kami nomi! I guarantee you won't be disappointed by this unconventional manga.
These mangas both have a main characters that is in love in the 2D world, but through some sort of complication they begin to interact with 3D women.
In the manga World God Only Knows it's because of a demon contract that Keima is forced to make women fall in love with him, but in Tonari no Kashiwagi-san one of the main characters, Yuuto, learns of a secret that Kotone had been keeping to herself, thus beginning the rocky relationship between the two.
I highly recommend the World God Only Knows to anyone who's reading Tonari no Kashiwagi-san since they both give off the same feeling and give the readers something to look forward too. read more
In both mangas the guys acquire girls without starting a relationship with them. Golden Boy is about an wandering student, whereas The World God only knows is about how to use Galgame knowledge in Reallife. Both are worth a good light hearted read.
In both, the male protagonist becomes binded with the female protagonist. Despite initial concerns, the two work/live together which oftentimes results in another female character falling in love with the male protagonist.
The main dudes in both help solve the problems of others presented in arc-format. Plus I guess you could mention both are school related comedies with some romance.......but then again isn't everything?!?!?!?!?!?!??!?!
Both characters are very good at being antisocial. Keima is the god of capturing 2D girls, and Warau Kanoko-sama is the master of observing others. They are very intelligent and accomplish multiple tasks in very different situations. Even though they are in basically completely opposite genres, each character cannot help but remind you of the other.
Both are light-hearted and involve romance, being weird and different in their own way. Mysterious Girlfriend X is a romance oddity while The World God Only Knows is more of a comedy with romance elements.
Both are a great for a light read for entertainment.
These two manga are very similar in genre and a bit of story line. The protagonists both creates a harem as story progresses. The male protagonist is a very critical thinker that shows up at critical moments.
both have spirits that go into the human world and use humans to hide in, and two people get together to capture the spirits. except The World God Only Knows(kami nomi zo shiru Sekai) is way better in my opinion.
They have a guy surrounded by supernatural girls. The home situations are pretty similar, both have some girl(s) going to live with the guy, and there are a little gag hidden in Witch Craft about TWGOK.
They are two of the biggest harems you will find. The strong point of both mangas are female characters. They cover all the spectrum of personalities, they have an unique design for each one and all of them are charming.