Carnal Coup is an 18+ Text-based game in a sci-fi setting! You take the role of a shapeshifting alien who has infiltrated an invasion force led by those uptight Terrans. Alien by alien, department by department, it's up to you to stop the invasion! ...Sexily!
You'll encounter eight featured main alien races, each with their own interests, kinks, and unique individuals to discover. Furthermore, the gender of the majority of the game's characters is selectable as a starting game option, allowing you to play the game the way you want!
Your race, the Figura, have been deemed outrageously perverted by the Galactic Pure Union, and an Expedition has been sent to properly re-educate your people. With the help of a Terran turncoat, you've taken the place of the newly assigned Efficiency Overseer. With this position, it's up to you to turn the invasion back on itself, and teach the GPU what they've been missing!
Fun, but difficult to get started.
Once I dug in and got past the first few encounters, this game opened up a bit, and I was able to appreciate the depth of content.
For anyone looking at reviews, consider: the previous review was two years ago, and the dev is still doing active development now.
This is shaping up to be an interesting game. Though it is still a bit vague at times how to progress, but with a bit of logic-ing, I should be able to figure things out. Oh, and @weakgirl, the author posts an "update" every time there's a new version, but the version available via downloads/playnow is the current free version. I do wish the author wouldn't post an "update" when there's a new patreon-locked version, but I understand where they're going with that.
Excellent premise, I was real excited to give this a try. However. I seemed to keep running into the same texts with little variation. Thus I couldn't figure out how to deal with citizens. I progressed the department visits and such fine, and visiting hellfire seemed to be looping, atleast for me. Just think it needs a bit more guidance on how you're supposed to go through citizens. A tutorial since it seems to be a complicated mechanic.
It's a fun premise and a good start.
Games is still a little confusing though. It's hard to figure out what to do next, especially with the citizens.