Crossdressing in Camelot is an adventure RPG, with transformation elements focusing on feminization. You play as a young man who wishes to become an adventurer, but ends up doing so in a rather unique way.
The main idea behind the transformation in this game is that the more the player transforms themselves, the stronger they become. The difficulty will be made to try and force you into feminizing yourself somewhat, while still making it possible to get through the game with very minimal changes if that is your goal.
The game is in a pretty early stage right now, with only 1 real enemy to fight, but it does still have a good amount of writing so far. It is pretty text heavy, so if you try it and find the amount of text to be overwhelming let me know, because that is one of my main concerns for the game at the moment.
I’m still not 100% sure if this should go under concept or alpha, so I’ll just mention the story has somewhere around 20k words so far, to give you a better idea of how much content there is.
The plot isn’t very developed at the moment, there’s just a basic backstory for your character that is pretty generic, alongside character dialogue. It takes place in a medieval world with the implementation of magic, but doesn’t actually relate to Camelot or any Arthurian mythology, I just thought it sounded like a good title.
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Love it so far, keep up the good work! Adding images in the future would be awesome
Love what little there is . Very fun. Cant wait for more... So please make more =)
this game has a decent concept, though the femization from the lizaardman fails, made you eventually untouchable by their attacks. you may want to rework your defense values because losing to a monster over and over again should not make you stronger than them,
It's a pretty good start. It's a fun enough start, but there's not much. The proof will be in the updates.
Very interesting story, loving it so far! Game mechanics are simple but very well done. Some spelling and grammar errors (lots of "your"s when they should be "you're"s). Would love an option to be able to choose whether you're wearing boy or gorl clothes. Can't wait for more!