v4.25 mark 003:
Not a bad game, but a limited one. Object of the game is to choose your avatar and then do the best you can to turn all of your opponents into over-sexed hyper bimbos before they do it to you, while at the same time trying to restore your masculinity.
Command control for the game is good with a very useful help guide. Transformations in the game are high both for your avatar and your opponents, with the writing being descriptive enough of all the changes but quite basic for the game world itself. No images in the game with everything being text-based only. Interactivity for the game is high as there is a constant combat engine script in play against your opponents.
Game world itself seems like a test game, but that would be doing a discredit as it has a set map battle area with objects you can interact with, items you can find and a few small secrets to check out.
As noted by another reviewer, the computer can be a bit of a cheating bastard when they all gang up on you but I was able to wait for 3-8 hours at a time and regenerate my spell mana with little difficulty in the right places as my opponents all attacked each other.
Certainly worth a look to kill some time. Recommended.
I was at first incredibly impressed with the game and then I realized there was very little to it. Would not reccomend.
Got bored pretty quick. The AI has more than a few advantages, you can't lose them once they decide they want you.
The main reason for this is that AI can take multiple actions in a turn. Where you have to go through a complex and unexplained process and I'm still trying to figure out how to screw someone. As the screw command simply trips the target then demanding you "are not in position" if you use the command again. In doing an action which is not listed in help to kneel/crouch/etc you simply get fucked by the target you tripped in the same turn.
Many of the cloth wearing options inserts in with your 'default clothing' (which you can't remove by the way), some replaces items, some counts with items, some arent even mentioned.
Half the time you can't even tell if shit not working is bad programming, incomplete programming, or isnt even or ever was intentioned to be something.
Its worth maybe 10 minutes of entertainment before the baraging harassment grows stale and prevents you from doing anything.
The 29 Oct 2014 version:
It is running under a new development engine and has a new clothing system. It is currently under testing and most contents are hidden. I wonder what it will become once the rework is done.
The stable milk version:
This game is additive once you have gotten along with the Inform commands. I find that the game has the highest replayability among other games in TFGamesSite, with Trap Quest and Cursed coming after. It is pretty fast pace before something happens, and takes some time before something REALLY happens. It last longer with more effort you put into it and it is really up to you how long you want it last, say, forever if you really struggle to win.
The bad news is that the author mentioned his discountinuous of update to the game. So, no new updates.
Th game is open source and the auther mentioned his welcoming of people using the source for a new game so this is a good sample if you want to try out the inform 7 engine.
The game offers arena-style gameplay in which the player battles against NPC's using objects that inflict various transformations. While I enjoyed the mechanics, I have to agree that the game has little replay value. Perhaps if there were a clear path to victory or even to a bad end.