Version .11 Out now. No new content, except for feature displaying your submission/enjoyment of being female in character description page. Also heavily reworked one scene, and fixed tons and tons of bugs. (Though of course there might still be some.)
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You are an average young man in high school, going through the daily drudge until you make the fateful decision of entering the girls's locker room on a quest to steal girl's panties. Unbeknownst to you and your friend, there is a strange girl lurking about who finds out your shenanigans and sets a trap for you. Offered a choice to wear one of the panties, you are cursed to transform into a hot young coed each day when you come home from school. The girl then sets you on a mission to do something very nice each day to a set of classmates to atone for your actions to have a hope of lifting the curse.
Will you make up for your transgressions, or resist and go about things your own way? If you resist, she may step in to help you better learn your place as a vulnerable young woman.
You - A well mannered young highschooler who makes the unfortunate decision to enter a girl's locker room one day.
Travis - Your long time best friend with whom you get involved in an unfortunate condundrum.
Lyra - Your sister whom you never quarrel with, and get a long with very well.
Mysterious locker room girl - She discovers your plans and steps in to show you the error of your ways by having you do kind things to the girls you hurt... as a girl. She can be a great friend, or a very powerful enemy out to humiliate you.
Spoilers! You can choose to steal whichever panties you like while in the locker room. At the end you will be given the choice to put on any pair you like, and you will transform into a girl similar to the one you stole from. Ie, if you wear the panties of the Asian girl, you will become an Asian girl. There are 6 girls total you can steal from. Two of the girls you can become currently each have a unique storyline, and the other 4 girls also all have a brancing path they can follow.
The game currently ends for most all branches upon arriving at the house party on day three. One branch makes it to the beginning of day 4. Another ends sometime in the evening on day three.
A great start of a CYOA-style novel. I sincerely hope that the negative reviews did not put the author off of development, because this is a good concept, well-written, and pretty hot.
Unlike so many other aspiring creators - and apparently most consumers - the author seems to understand the mathematical implications of many truly divergent choices. While an unbranching story is just a story, a series of exponentially growing parallel universes is completely unmanageable. I've only played three times, but each time I encountered a different path, with plenty of optional content that loops back to the main path. While there were many "false choices" in each, most of them at least affected the dialogue or some detail in the following page. The claim that this is railroaded like a COD game is categorically false.
I will agree that the antagonist employs some rather heavy-handed sadism at times, and isn't very clear about her motivations. I much preferred her character during the arc of visiting her house: amiable and even playful with the unspoken understanding that she is in control. An entire game of that would be pure ambrosia.
Besides everything that has already been said in regards of linearity, no significant choices et cetera, I have a much bigger problem with this game story. While the writing style itself is good, it's the content, especially the characterization of Eve, that is putting me off.
Eve tells you that she was bullied in the past. As someone who went through such treatment myself I can relate with the pain and the damage this can cause. Eventually she got powers and could stop the bullies. Great. No complain at all. The ability to defend oneself is great. It is how she then uses her powers and how she justifies what she does that irks, if not disgusts me. She turns the MC as punishment into a girl and tells him that he needs to learn how to respect women... And proceeds to alter his desire where he thinks of "juicy delicious cocks", is turned off by women, while also encouraging him to go down on men. How in the seven hells is that respecting women? All this manages to project is that women are mainly good for serving men's carnal desires. She even offers turning him into a sperm vampire so he can degrade himself even more. The alteration in the MC's desire goes so far that he considers getting intimate with his bro "friend" piece of shit, who not even blackmailed the MC in pantyraiding the locker room, but who makes no secret of how he sees women only as flesh holes... And apparently Eve is OK with that. What a great paragon of women's equality she is! /sarcasm
In addition to that we have some lazy attempts of D/s elements which absolutely fail to convince. I also heavily cringed at the tattoo and piercing parlor scene. Even when punishing someone you don't just force them to get several piercings. I myself got 5 piercings in one session, and I tell you it was the pain. And not every goth person out there has piercings. And not everyone of those who do also have nipple and / or genital piercings. Also, every self respecting tattooist and piercer (at least the ones I know) goes through the health and safety issues as well as the care procedures before getting to work. Most bigger tattoos are done in several sessions, too. Everything considered this just seemed like a poor attempt of fetishizing a "sub"-culture.
"If you resist, she may step in to help you better learn your place as a vulnerable young woman." ... I think it is pretty clear what the author thinks, and projects through the character Eve, what place this is. And apparently women are vulnerable... sigh
All of this wouldn't be a problem if the author were just honest with what they intent (aka writing a degradation story that turns the MC into a cock craving slut) instead of hiding it behind false pretenses. It's like a porn saying it's not a porn but a romance story... when it's just porn.
I've got to agree with Nemo and nyctelios, which is really too bad because this is really well-written.
To bananaflyman, Estoppel and everyone else who keeps complaining that we're spoiling their "Invol" fun, kindly read nyctelios' review a lot more carefully. The complaints here aren't about the fact that the change is involuntary. Three of my absolute favorite games on this site, Interns of Ecstasy Island, The eWardrobe, and Perverted Education, are all Involuntary Change games. The complaints here are of one of two varieties. The first variety states that the "punishment" is far too harsh for the "crime" in the setup. This is entirely a matter of taste and opinion, but it does affect the way the story is perceived by, apparently, quite a few people.
The second variety of complaint is that the game offers absolutely no significant choices. You choose as a player to try to get out of stealing the panties? Sorry, no effect. You leave behind EVERY PAIR of panties you're supposed to be stealing? Sorry, no effect. You choose to obey Eve's every command OR to resist at every turn? Sorry, no effect. Or to be more precise, the results of EVERY DECISION are the same no matter which decision you make. And I could go on and on in this vein. This complaint is far more serious, and I really don't think anyone can, with a straight face, state that it isn't truth.
This would be fine if the author was telling a STORY. But (s)he isn't; (s)he's offering a GAME. Or at least claiming to offer a game. The problem is, a game with nothing but false choices isn't really a game at all. When I see blocks of text that keep talking about "you" and directed at me, I expect my choices to have some effect on the goings-on in the game. That doesn't happen here. Even choosing you character's NAME turns out to be a bad joke, as it never sees any use after about the first five minutes.
There is a HUGE difference between "You're changing whether you as a character like it or not" and "None of your actions as a player are going to affect the story I want to tell." The first is essential to even the best Involuntary-themed game. The second is a railroad.
"Mysterious locker room girl - She discovers your plans and steps in to show you the error of your ways by having you do kind things to the girls you hurt... as a girl. She can be a great friend, or a very powerful enemy out to humiliate you."
Riiiiiiight. Except that your "great friend," after you've been fully cooperative throughout the entire game to date, decides to turn you into a cum vampire. And what happens if you fight her all the way? You become ... a cum vampite. This is just one tiny example of the way the author makes every player choice worthless.
(And by the way, the game is a BETA, not an Alpha; kindly take a look at the plainly-visible Game Information)
I'm with Estoppel on this one. TFgamessite has a big problem with people who are into voluntary wish fulfillment tf going into involuntary and forced feminization games with the aforementioned tags and then complaining about involuntary and forced feminization. The claim that this game railroads you and that your choices don't matter at all is completely untrue. It's just that at the moment they all revolve around the involuntary theme(game is alpha after all) so there's no "fight back" or "revenge" storylines.
Game is good, grammar and spelling is great and the quality of the writing is way above majority of the games on this site. I'd give it a try if I were you.
Got to pile on the bandwagon here. There are no choices to be made in this game. Pick any option you like, you still wind up with whatever change the antagonist wants you to have. Your reaction is still the same. It's not even a CYOA, it's just a click through story. Involuntary transformation, fine. Nothing you do affects anything? Not fine.