Lust Doll is set in a apocalyptic semi-modern/future world, where you start alone and confused in a dangerous place, with literally nothing (not even clothes on your back), and go on to carve out a piece of the world for yourself. There'll be a main storyline to follow, but the emphasis is going to be on making it a sandbox game where you just screw around and have fun.
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This game is fantastic! It is one of the most complete things I have seen in this site, great!
I have been replaying it now and then, as the developemen has continued. And I have enjoyed it every time.
Revisiting this game since a few years ago... this is still one of the top notch rpg maker games.
To those unfamiliar with it, this game is a non-standard RPG maker game. It uses abstract map tiles and let you imagine your own landscape. It is a sandbox game with little to no main plot with some loosely bounded quests kind of linking the game together. If you know where to go, you can absolutely do things out of order. Combat is a non-factor. Losing is as fun as winning, except a few cases. It means that you can sit back and enjoy the lewd part of the game most of the time.
In fact, this game is so great that people had created a wiki for it. If you haven't already try it, please do so.
Grabbed this game a few days ago; I'll admit, I'm cheating just a little by using the wiki, so I'm probably doing stuff out of order. also i've gotten two bad ends and i'm trying to avoid them like the plague
I'll admit, the lack of a core plotline both draws me in and puts me off a bit, but overall it's nice not to have some final destiny hanging over my head. Makes it feel like I can do whatever I like.
Definitely like the game, though I'll second what was previously said in that just colored squares can make one wonder what stuff actually is.
Worth spending the past few days playing, overall. well done.
Really good game. Enough stuff to do for days. Only problem is that it lags a bit on Linux, but it's not too bad.
Quite good so far. good desighn on most areas.