I'd have rated this game a 4.5 stars out of 5 if i could, but this game has some extreme potential.
Let me start off by saying that I love this game. Having a good plot throughout the game, interesting interactions, and some ideas i've never seen implemented in a giantess game before.
The game is extremely fun to play, it invites the player to explore and finding all the possible deaths is a treat by itself. The deaths are fun, and offer a wide variety, from willing to unwilling ones, aware and unaware ones. It's been fun finding all of them so far, but in that, there's also where I find the only thing that made me give this game a 4 out of 5, instead of a full 5 star review.
To me personally, a good text adventure is also very descriptive in deaths. And although the death descriptions are decently detailed, I'd personally wish for them to get slightly more detailed. I get that this might be difficult, but to me personally, the detail is where it's at. It's what makes a great text adventure game legendary, and that's why I'm writing this review; I'm hoping that this isn't taken as a negative, but as constructive criticism. Because I want to see this game succeed, it has the potential to become the best giantess text adventure game out there!