Interactivity is good with there being multiple pathways through the game and multiple endings (they appear random, but after extensive checking I could trigger the endings reliably every time by the same choices). Writing for this game is fairly solid and you'll always know what's going on for your avatar. Transformations are varied but all on the baseline of MtF, just different degrees of change and different kinks that go with those changes that are triggered for your avatar. There are no images or sound in this game.
I found this to be an entertaining, if short, CYOA game with a decent randomizer element in it and it fits right in to the TFGS.
Wonderfully well structured - I haven't played many paths, yet, but my past choices were remembered and woven smoothly and sexily into future passages, and that's no mean feat!
The link between choice and outcome seemed arbitrary, which I didn't particularly like but, on the other hand, I probably wouldn't have liked it if it had been too straightforward either, so maybe the random-fetish-generator approach is the better of the two approaches in a game like this, which doesn't have game-like challenges.
I personally wish that the rock-solid writing was enhanced with some art but, overall, it's a great game and a fun time.
seems more or less complete, and there are a metric ton of endings, seems to be a different ending for each choice combination so far...
Seems to be very little rhyme or reason for each ending, but it's a fun trip seeing what you'll get!
I'd say, somewhere between an 8 or 9 out of 10.
Only ways to make it better imo would be turn it into an RPGMaker game somehow, and make it longer.
Also a walkthrough, or at least a list of endings.
Seriously, though, great game! Did what it set out to do, did it well, and didn't get bogged down with the "eternally unfinished Patreon" plague. You know, where their game will NEVER be finished, and they're just milking Patreon for the donations and subscribes. This game didn't fall into that trap. Patreon is a wonderful thing for funding indie stuff (as is kickstarter), but is horrifically abused way too often.
Actually, for not falling into that trap, let's bump the rating up a point. Let's say 9.5, averaging between 9 and 10. Because a nice, complete game from the get-go is worth the extra point.
Short, sweet, to the point, doesn't waste any time, and most importantly (functionally) complete. I rate this Very Good/10.
Well done. Fun, short CYOA-type game. Clever concept.