It's a beautiful summer's day. You have the house all to yourself and you even have plans with your girlfriend, Jenny. It's looking to be a great day! However, make just one wrong move and you could find yourself experiencing some rather unfortunate events. Created by TPink, 2011.
The choices you make on this summer day result in TF's and various outcomes.
A teenaged beachgoer.
A friend of Jenny's
It is a short game, but has multiple-endings and a lot of sudden game over endings too so you won't be bored. Save often and you'll be fine.
The writing of the game is alright, but there were times when there was too much text and I had to scroll up the text window to see what (if anything) I had missed. Images provided fit the scenes and text, with there being nothing in the way of "it doesn't fit, why is this here?" confusion. Transformations in the game are pathway controlled and limited to those paths, but it is obvious are a number of playthroughs of them all that some of the story paths are more developed than others.
Choices in the game are many and varied, with some game paths being longer than others. Interaction in this game is high, with very little in the way of item/clothing management to worry about at all: it is just make a choice and go with it, room hunting is non-existant. Some items and choices will only be made available when certain criteria have been met of course, but these timed choices are also few.
Overall I think the average player will go through all of the pathways in about an hour or two and there's nothing wrong with that. It is a simple and straight-forward RAGS game that is enjoyable to play while it lasts.
Game has various choices each tied with pictures of events in great detail.
Story is well writting and the game is fairly short, you can probably get through the content in about an hour, so its really a good quick game and it has multiple endings.
Depending on your choice you will see different endings with some pics. Real short for one single ending.
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