These are the waning years of the sorcerous Tienay Stithocracy.
To appease the masses, the rulers stage spectacles and contests.
The most popular: a battle to claim the throne at the center of a maze.
Contestants drink an eldritch elixir to loosen the tethers of their bodies.
The strong-willed and clear-eyed steal the very flesh of their opponents.
The elixir, also a powerful aphrodisiac, makes such concentration difficult.
The contestant who gathers the lioness's share of flesh may claim the throne.
This victor is hailed as Queen of the Feast. The broken losers... are discarded.
This is a "fighting-style" game of lusty flirt-offs and attribute theft. Not a deep or long play in any way, but should have some good replay value.
This game is extremely interesting, but hilariously unfinished.
There is no indication of what you will steal from an opponent, nor what they will steal from you.
There's no way to check what an opponent is atractted to, nor what your character is vunerable against (There is a brief mention of what the characters are vunerable to, but its far too brief) without attacking/being attacked. (This could easily be solved with a character creator)
Its concept is amazing, fighting beings stealing the body aspects from each other to become the biggest. Doesn't that just sound like a good idea? However, this game falls down at a lot due to the fact it simply is missing parts.
For a game like this to be any good, it needs a few thiings. A decent Art Style, a balanced Combat System and a customisation system to name a few.
The principle is great. Dynamic changing of avatars after combat? Very great idea.
The implementation is very very ugly.
Get an artist, fix the appearance, it would be a good game.
For everyone who's been wishing for a sex game starring the giants from Majora's Mask, your ship has finally come in!
This is hilariously bad. I made it about forty five seconds in before I had to quit. The controls are unresponsive (somehow - the entire game is click this click that, and only sometimes do your clicks actually register), the art is horrendous, and the battle system is completely unintuitive. Is there a way I can negative like a game? TFGames has never had as bad a need for a downvote system as it has with this game.
I'm sorry but this was bad inexcusably so as well I mean could have used a premade art rendering software like another reviewer said and made this game tolerable but that's not the worst of it there's no even explanation on how "battle/flaunt" system works basically your hoping you win a couple times and that's it and figuring out that clicking on your own character resets you're health or whatever that is at the top that would have been nice to know a couple of failed trys down the road.
The only thing I could praise is at least someone is trying to do the whole stealing assets thing even though it's really bad.