Due to problems with censorship links were deleted! Sorry!
And this game was with a lot of bugs too... There are many much better games on the site!!
A mysterious casino from another dimension, beckoning strangers. This place is full of weird, bizarre creatures of various kinds from different worlds.
But the stakes are too high. It is said that the casino is famous for. Getting a new body. A victim of this casino must obey against their will, becoming just a doll to master's whims. The vicious masters are running this place, having the lives of servants at their disposal. And then, one day, by the will of destiny, you happened to be in such a dirty place ...
Choose the right decisions (or not) on the way to get out of the casino or become the master of this place, who transforms other servants into bizarre dolls. The story is yours; We just take care of the writing.
A few bugs aside, this game is well-worth playing. The models and animations are amazing, and the bad end I've seen so far was to my liking.
About the linux version:
in '[.]/game/images/qm', there is a file with a corrupted file name.
I got the game working by simply replacing this file with the file from the Windows version. It's simple:
Create a file named 'Координаты.txt' in '[.]/game/images/qm'
Add the following content to the newly created file:
xpos 500 ypos 405
xpos 555 ypos 405
xpos 610 ypos 405
xpos 665 ypos 405
(Perhaps not required):
Delete the old file.
Launch the game by running 'TF_casino.sh' in the game folder.
Shows alot of promise, incredibly ambitious for a first attempt. The renderings are fantastic. The games are a little difficult and need to be fleshed out, but the concept is very cool.
There are definite problems with this game: the English isn't great, the 3D art and animations can be a bit wonky, and the gameplay elements even more so (for example, the buttons aren't intuitive and don't explain what they do). On the other hand, the 3D art is better than most games here and supports the transformation fairly well, the game has a decent structure overall (although not without problems), and the gameplay's problems can be corrected. If the author finds a proofreader/editor and fixes the bugs, it could be one of the better games on this site.
I don't think it really deserves so many negative reviews. If this game's a scam, I can't see the angle, especially since the game's first version was relatively complete and its donation link is now gone. Honestly, I hope more authors release "scams" like this.
Wow. Some people are really harsh on this game. I've seen less interesting, less competent games virtually fellated here, and it kind of ticks me off that a good contributor could be run off by people who can't submit a bug report without acting like huge jerks.
So, yes, there are some problems. It's an initial release. There will be bugs. For example, even and odd bets are reversed on roulette, Jill's hand sometimes seems to have a different value than it shows (I'd wager the bug is related to setting the image of a card), and of course it's nearly impossible to win at blackjack because the other characters win if you tie. (And also because the player always risks busting first, but I suspect all of this may be meant to help railroad the player towards losing.) Placing bets is a little wonky sometimes due to the slowness of RenPy, but that's, you know, RenPy. My biggest complaint, personally, would be that the maid order minigame is too hard unless you've done it enough times to memorize the order of the icons and get lucky enough for none of them to stay buried too long.
There's a lot of good, too, though. The general concept is an old favorite that's unfortunately rarely explored, likely because coding gambling games is a pain. The craps and roulette tables actually work just fine for the most part, even if playing them is ultimately a losing proposition (just like real life). There's way more to the game than I expected, too. I thought I reached a bad end, but was stunned to find myself continuing on in a different game mode. When I lucked into a huge win at roulette, I managed to start down the fighting path, too, until I ran out of time to play. It's really unusual to be surprised when a game doesn't end, so I may rate this one higher just because of that.
On that note, I have to agree that the lack of saves is disappointing. I see why the writer would want to prevent save scumming, but the game can take a long time to play. If the engine supports it, saves that are deleted after they are restored would be a good solution. Someone dedicated to save scumming could still scum that way, but going through that much hassle would be its own punishment in my opinion.
I really, really hope to see this continued!
It's a shame the author has decided to abandon this game so quickly after a few critical comments.
It had lots of potential. I found the difficulty level a bit too high but I loved the concept, look and theme.
naturally it had bugs, hopefully these could've been easily squashed.