A very slow TG TF game in VERY EARLY development. There is plenty to come here, this is a sample of the premise of the game.
This game cannot run on IE (Internet Explorer). I've tested it on Firefox and Chrome, both work fine. Please avoid using IE when playing, thank you =).
You are a lawyer who finds a mystical object that binds itself to you. You seem to be changing, but only happens while you are sleeping.
It is basically a story asking you random questions with random answers. You make your choice and you are randomly changed.
Interesting, but not my tea. I don't not like random things.
It seems nice, it reminds me "My New Home" with the ring thing. However, as the creator said, there's really little content for now!
Liking what is here so far, hope it gets an update!
Very interesting game. As others have noted some of the choices seem inconsequential, but I sort of like that. It makes things feel more random based on personal preference (at least through the first playthrough, when one isn't just seeing what will happen if other choices are made). I also like the dream aspect and wakening to new changes.
I too, would love to see bimbofication if it were applicable to the games story, but if not its not a big loss. I guess if I had to choose a word for the game right now, it'd be "intriguing".
One of the few games to have proper spelling and grammar, some typos aside.
Not sure whether this will head in an anthro/monster TF direction. If so, I hope that there'll be other, more natural paths (keeping my fingers crossed for a bimbo and Asian path already lol).
Already there is quite a bit of choice in the game. Some of it very vague, and occasionally seemingly inconsequential, but nonetheless, it's there. That's very important in a Twine game, many "games" tend to devolve into stories. Not that those aren't enjoyable, but this is the wrong website to post those on.
As a last note I want to say that I also enjoy the length of the sequences. It's not drawn out and painfully lengthy, but it's not awkwardly brief either. If you can keep that going, this has amazing potential. Good work already! Thank you very much for this contribution.