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Engine
DayDreamer
Rating
R
Language
English
Release Date
06/25/2011
Last Update
08/08/2011
Version
1.0
Development
Complete
Likes
8
Contest
None
Orig PC Gender
Female
Adult Themes
 
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Version: 1.0


Wicked Ways

Wicked Ways is a transformation game written in the DayDreamer engine by Hiccup.

You sigh as you return home to your cave from the meeting with the witch coven. Going into those meetings was like walking into a viper's nest. Everyone is constantly trying to gain an advantage.

The meeting was called to discuss the severe royalty overpopulation crisis. Things have gotten so bad that 5 out of every 10 people in the world are a member of a royal family. There are so many kingdoms that the population of commoners is spread very thin. With very few commoners to do work in each kingdom, the world's economy is falling apart.

The elders of the witch coven finally decided that they couldn't ignore the problem any longer. Cursing a member of royalty has always been a status symbol among wicked witches. However, the cursing of royalty has always been tightly regulated by the elders of the witch coven. But not anymore, the elders have declared open cursing season on all royalty.

This is your chance to make a name for yourself!


Latest Reviews - View All Reviews

Review by pingguo

Version reviewed: 1.0 on 05/03/2014


Not my type of game. I like game with content and this one is a... well, text base screen scroller? It can be better if there are more elements of erotic sense.


Review by batmreload

Version reviewed: 1.0 on 11/19/2013


Very Cool game!

 

While i do agree with the reviewer before me, Its still fun to play

My only suggestions would be to be able to be transformed without a Game over 

and be better able to torment your captives. <evil laugh>


Review by zippy

Version reviewed: 1.0 on 01/27/2013


I really liked this one.  It had a unique structure and premise, and was really well executed.

It felt a little bit "grindy" in places, but overall, the pacing was really good.  Usually by the time I'd tried out all of my spells, it was time to move on anyway.  The lust demons were an interesting addition - I would NOT want to play this without quicksaves, but since you can turn them off, I can't complain about them TOO much, and they were kind of fun WITH quick saves.

Well done!


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