Forest of Change is a short game with multiple endings made with the RPG Maker VX Ace engine.
The player takes control of Bob, who suddenly wakes up in a tower in the middle of a strange forest. He must try and find a way to escape, and do so may mean assuming different forms. Can he make it out while keeping himself intact?
This is a perfectionist's nightmare. I'm very glad that you put in all that effort in the dialogue, where most of it would change for each of the two stages in most transformations. I got a long, painful headache all throughout the game because of this, and the thought I can't stop having, that there's something hidden in the game, and is very specific on everything I have done.
I loved these transformations! They were all really cute, which is everything I seek! They were nicely gradual and fun, but I think they deserve to go longer, and have even more stages, though I'm sure it already took so long to make with two per tf.
Thank you very much for sharing!
changing forms and it's limited but getting new dialog and access to new areas
some transformations can only be achieved one time which causes a progression problem.
I'd recommend skipping this
Even though it's short and sometimes plays its cards close to its chest with its multiple endings, this is a damn polished game. You can get transformed on one end of the map and interact with something on the other end of the map, and you'll not only get some dialogue depending on your form, but it'll change depending on your mental status as well. It might not be for people who are looking for a purely adult experience, but it's short enough and good enough that everybody should try it out.
It's a short, branching RPG maker minigame. There is almost no dialogue or dtoryline hints, and I haven't been able to cmplete it thus far, but it is very well put together in how it is made.
Not an amazing game, but a good one. It's very clean and what content there is is executed very clean. It's a very nicely built RPG Maker game. It does seem though to be possible to make it impossible to win, as you can leave an area you can't come back to without items you need. Overall it's a nice litte distraction, but don't expect hours of content.