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A Twine game, it has somewhat limited choices, they either direct you back to the linear story or just end the game. The writing is a little confused, it might work better using quote marks to indicate what is being said, and it slips occasionally from past to present tense and back again.
All that said, it does what it sets out to do, so (perhaps being generous), four stars.
A Twine adventure that starts off giving a few choices, but they all quickly come together, and thereafter the plot is entirely linear. Plenty of spelling and grammar issues, but no bugs (but so simple there is very little scope I would guess).
The plot is okay, and the writing is decent.
I am not familiar with the characters, an image in the text would be good. I think that is one of them above, but where is the other?
This is not really my thing, but giantess seems quite popular here. I also do not like sudden deaths, but I get that in this case that is the point.
From a technical point of view, it has quite a few issues; spelling and grammar mistakes, items that should be set to plural (eg I am sure the cat girl has more than one pubic hair!), room names that should not start "a".
That said, there is a lot of content here, and I recognise that, within its genre, this is a pretty good game.
Very basic plot, get three things. There are around twenty rooms, and a handful of items, and finding the items is trivial.
There are occasional grammar and spelling errors, but relatively few, and the only bugs I noticed were an exit missing heading to the southeast corner and a urinal cake that did not get taken - but it was so simple there was not much scope for bugs. Background items were not implemented.
A story about a (female?) skeleton having to deal with some trouble-makers in her yard.
This is well written, it in own style. It is not huge, not by a long way, but it has substance, and is fun to play.
There is an interesting idea in there, but it is a bit painful to play. The English is poor. If you want to ask Molly her secret you need to choose to do that three times. The way I went, after asking if I wanted to do something, and i said yes, it just informed I had changed my mind.
And I think it is trying to moralise...
So a few issues. The name seems to be "Blow" when playing it. The starting text has an error message about a waiter being missing. There is no where to go and nothing to interact with. Oh, and the English needs work too.
I was so lucky I managed to do this in only three choices. So I did it again, and did it again in three completely different choices! So not a big game, and kind of a cheat, but fairly well written.
Well the author said it was "a pointless game". There are just four rooms, four guys and perhaps four other items in the entire game. All sorts of things are not implements (X ME gets the default, which is especially disappointing in an adult game, you cannot turn off the TV, one of the guys says do that again and he will killing you - everytime you do it).
The writing was okay, but there was just not enough substance.
Some games allow you to type what you want, giving the illusion of freedom. Others have hyperlink, which constrains you, but at least the there no type. This is the worst of both - you have to type, but are limited to one of two options (just one at some points). It is a bizarre design decision, and you find yourself taking the option that is less typing! Each passage is a single, short sentence, usually only six to eight words, making it feel really disjointed. And I suspect most of your earlier choices have no effect.
However, there is a story in there, and I guess the ultimate choice is how many hoops you will jump through with a girl to to get laid., so I give it low 4.
This is two passages of narrative, then a whole bunch of dictionary definitions with links; were these just exported from somewhere? I eventually got such in a loop with intercourse and commerce. What exactly is the point here?
So I think I played every possibility, it did not take long. The main story has six to eight passages, and deviating results in death - as does following the main story. The writing is decent, but that is the best that can be said.
This has a lot of potential, but so much of it still needs to be done (and after three years, I doubt it will be sadly). The sex descriptions are long, but the rest feels like the author was just trying to do it fast to get to the bits he/she was interested in. More emphasis on the protagonist being naked at the start as she leaves her room would have helped.
There is not much to this, just half a dozen rooms, but there are girls you can interact with. It is pretty clear what you need to do, but is quite fun. There was clearly an intent to do more, but that never happened.
Very brief, and the wrong turn leads to quick death. The narrative changes from second person to third person (an unusual combination!), and other errors too. That said, the writing style is quite engaging.
This has about six choices. Taking the wrong ones lead to death or back to the linear story. The text is brief. The plot is... exactly what you think.
This is great. The writing is excellent, there is a real plot, and it feels like choices matter (though I think the wrong ones may lead to death, even if it is death in a few turns).
Not an adult game; no sex, and the violence is pretty tame.
Bit of an odd game that plays kind of like he author had to do a project on Hepatitis, which he even admits ("Maybe someone only included it to get full credit on some project somewhere..."). Every now and again you find a book with some facts about the illness, as well as other items such as condoms. It is not done subtly, but the self-deprecating humour almost gets over that.
There is not much to it, perhaps a dozen rooms with very brief descriptions. Some implementation is wonky, such as the condom that says it can only be used once, but not actually true.
This is not my thing, and I am not sure quite what the expectations of the genre are, but I think the idea is that getting swallowed whole is the climax, and the fun is putting it off as long as possible.
There is a lot of content, and it is well written for the most part. But it has some issues. The setting does not quite make sense, with a cathedral at the top of a very high tower, for example. The choices are limited, too many leading to an early (if erotic in the genre) death. I think it would have been better if I had known or could decide what animal and gender my character is, as these characteristics seem to define a person in this genre. Some rationale about why you are there would be good (but missing from a lot of adult games I have played recently).
Very basic game. You get options, but taking the ones you are not supposed to lead to the game ending, and only about half a dozen of them. The writing style may not be to everyone's taste, but I thought it was good.
The adult rating in for the swear words, by the way. Why is there a supermarket on the sixteenth floor?
When the blurb is "ehafafwefwfefwgfergferf" youdo not set you sights high. Then the first sentence is using both the first and second person for the protagonist. And virtually no choices. There are hints of an interesting story, but this is not good.
This has some potential, but falls well short. An example of the sex scene: "The madam brings you a client. You earn 233 credits." Is it me, or is that lacking something for an erotic story?
You can modify your looks, but you can win without doing so, and with out any risk. It needs some mechanic that forces you to transform - and something in in keeping with the setting than a magic fountain.
This was pretty good. There was the odd mistake, and there was not a great deal of choice, and it was not that long, but it did enough, and it was enjoyable.
This is adult rated because it deals with death - and in my opinion, does not need it even for that.
It is basically saying death is inevitable. You can play as a toddler, an adult or an old person. Which you choose, you get a single choice, and die either way. It feels like it is trying to be deep, but there just is not enough there to make the point. It is well written and technically fine, but too short.
I have to admit I found this quite frustrating, and ion the end I gave up, but nevertheless it is a great game. The basic premise is a guy who can travel back in time, which means that when you fail, you restart the game. This allows you to slowly work out the bet route - not unlike Groundhog Day. And it is very well done.
This feels like a game thatsomeone started to create, building the basics o a town, then added the bithe was interestedin - the sex scenes (I found only one) - then gave up, and published anyway.
Besides the sex scene, the text is clumsy and brief, or entirely missing (eg church rooom descriotion). Directions are handled inconsistently, sometimes with a destination, sometimes a compass direction.
The commands do not do much. You can FISH WATER, and get the response "You go fishing." Nothing actually happens in the game world. And this is despite earlier failing to make a fishing rod.
There is a "mysterious stranger", and a "sell sex to stranger" option, and then suddenly you get all the text... That is well written, and clearly when the author's interest lies, but it is just a wall of text, with no interaction once it starts. And sadly the game world does not change; and the guy is back where you found him, ready for a repeat performance.
Excellent game. Well written, with a lot of content, and a definite plot. The choices seem to be (mostly) meaning full, and plenty of them.
This is really good. A shame it is not finished - or indeed really a plot - but you can still have a lot of fun, looking at crowds and meeting new girls, and several locations to visit. The writing is good and the interface looks cool too.
This is good; It involves a nice little game, though it seems biased against you because of the rules. Nice to see a Quest game with a different interface. If you cheat, you can win easily, which is a really neat feature, but that then reveals that actually it is lacking any description of the interesting bits!
Hardly anything to it, and wondering if it should just be one star. There are only about 4 choices, not enough text to really comment on how good it is.
I can see some potential here (the text is pretty good), but as it is, there is not enough to it, and I just got suck in a loop of rest/continue/rest, with an occasional option to escape or meditate, then back into the loop. It is just possible that that was deliberate, and the idea is that after so many days you breakdown, but then it is badly done.
I am giving it three, but a high three. It is pretty well written, but it is essentially linear and not that long. I get the impression that if you deviate from the linear story you die, but it is pretty clear which way to go. Is that what it means by "Put your skills to the test"?
So this is okay. A giantess game, but more about mortal danger of being swallowed than erotic. Some spelling/grammar errors, but not that many. There are sections that need to be written, and after nearly two years looks like that will not happen.
There is nothing to this. And it looks suspiciously like many of the reviews are fake, because there is no way this deserves five stars.
There are many abrupt endings, equivalent to sudden death, so you need to play a few times to see how little there is to the game. Takes two to four choices to get to each one, with hardly any actual text (though the text is quite amusing in places).
This is well written, but it is hardly interactive at all. I think there were three, maybe four choices all game, one seemed to be whether you wanted the graphic description or not.
It is a decent length, but will ocassionally flip from "I" to "you" and then back again.
It might have been a good idea to indicate the age of the character; makes a big difference if she was 17 or 13 (and living in the UK, I am not familiar with summer camps).
This is not bad, but...
The writing style is good, but it is littered with errors, flipping from past to present tense, missed capitals, etc. There are big jumps in the narrative getting from the hotel to the mansion where it feels like the author could not be bothered to do more, and places where you feel you should have been given a choice (eg to release the prisoners). Sudden death is a big thing (but is that deliberate, as they do involve length erotic descriptions?). You can incapacitate a vampiress, only to be corned by her 10 minutes later, which seems like a flaw in the game logic. I am guessing there are only around a dozen pages, and no good ending that I can find - in the sense of completing the mission.
I had a a big problem with this game in that it is about a woman shitting herself (literally), and all the ensuring fun, and I really do not find that at all appealing. It really put me off, and I was going to go 3 stars, then I decided that was not really fair. It is well-written, it does have substance, it is pretty much free of errors, so while it is not for me, I will say it is pretty good.
That was excellent. It is long, had choices that felt meaningful and a plot too. Relative free of spelling and grammar errors (though it did mix tenses occasionally, and a woman with cock was sometimes "he" and sometimes "she"). Okay, the plot was a bit vacuous, but that is the genre.
Very short, and makes no sense.
There are some, er, interests in the adult section that I had never heard of before, and making a girl wet herself is one of them. Got to say, if it kind of weird that you loose if you date fails to piss herself.
It is pretty well written, and error free, but not that long, so three stars.
The writing is engaging, but plenty of errors. It is not long, with bits waiting to be done (and since it looks like it has not been updated since release well over a year ago, that seems unlikely). The last passage of the ending I did find was as long as all the passages before it! It has potential, but as it is, only two stars.
This is very short, but it has a beguiling style to it that I found appealing ever so.
This was good! It was pretty well written, a decent length and some actual choices that seemed to matter. Somewhat tame compared to some of the adult content here!
This condensing months of war into a few short paragraphs and a handful of choices. What there was was written okay, but there was so little to it, when the subject required, well, nine seasons.
I played through three times, dying every time. I would have preferred if it had given some warning of sudden death, but that said, I guess the death scenes are the payoff.
Good to see it is still being updated.
This is great! It is well-written, good story, interesting characters that feel like they have lives. This is the first text adventurer I have reviewed, and I was surprised at how much has been implemented and how much the player can do. I did get stuck after spilling the beer...
The spelling and grammar make this quite a chore to play (including flipping from present to past tenserandomly), which is a shame, because it looks like the writing maybe pretty good. It is also annoying that most choices lead to death, possibly that is the point of the tag line "in which running from the kkangpae is harder than yoongi thought.", but it stops being fun when you have to go back to the beginning AGAIN. I felt like there is a good story in there, but lost the will to find it.
This was a bit disturbing as the protagonist is a school girl, and presumably underage, and as well as having sex with a much older guy, it also mentions her having sex with her father. That aside, it was pretty well written, it did give actual choices that seemed to matter, and it had some substance, so four stars.
This is really well written, the story very much draws you in. There is not a lot of choices, but on the other hand there is plot.
I tried a few options here, but failed to find anything that rates t being called "Adult". No BDSM that I could find! It is reasonably well written, but not a whole lot to it.
This has some issues, but was okay. Not really my thing, but still erotic anyway.
Some bits are flagged as still to be done, and there are a fair few grammar errors (it often slips into the past tense for example). There is not a lot to it, about four different choices lead to a variety of endings that is either boring or... extreme. You collect a key from each, encouraging you to try them all (I got four keys, and I think I tried every option).
This is good. The basic idea is weird, and not something that I had come across before, but it worked well and was well written, plus there was some substance to it. The downside was the lack of choices. Looking forward to part 2.
You get four choices, with the last making no sense.
This is a site for interactive fiction, so I am afraid I am marking it down for the lack of interactivity(and I was considering a three). There ARE choices, but none of them mean anything. The first is to play as either the guy or the girl, but after a couple of turns I had forgotten which I had chosen.
It is a decent length, and as adult fiction it works (vanilla, but explicit, which is fine). Some of the writing is a bit awkward (for example, "Her free hand made its way to his balls, which she enjoyed the liberty of fondling them vigorously much to the delight of his cock as evident by the increased twitching it did in her mouth."). Perhaps a couple more read-throughs would have been a good idea.
You can complete this in about five or six choices. Each step seems to have two options, but whatever you choose, you end up naked, and willingly eaten by some weird creature, with the only variation being what gets to eat you.
The writing was not as bad as it might be, but where was the plot? Why was she on the island? What were the monsters? Why was she so happy to be eaten alive?