XXXivilization is a 4X strategy game where you play as the leader of a nation in a sex-fueled world. Your sole focus is to expand your borders and ultimately conquer the world by any means necessary. It is inspired by games like Civilization and Free Cities.
Online version: https://www.xxxivilization.com
Latest update, Chapter 2.1
Chapter 2.1 is a content update that adds some new events and images as well as an overhauled units management.
You are the newly promoted leader of a small tribe somewhere in a distant land. You have been given the task to lead your people to new prosperity. To achieve this you will have to conquer new lands, build up your capitol, promote both religion and science and last but not least become a greater person than you are today.
Whenever fight is inevitable you and your army will have to fight in the traditional way of your tribe: By seducing your opponent and fucking them until they pass out. It has always been this way.
Are you ready for this challenging duty?
I'm going to be brutally honest. When I first played one of the earliest versions of this game, it sucked. Like REALLY sucked, so bad that I was hesitant to ever try it again. But, with this virus, and copious free time, I figured "what the hay, why not?"
The improvement is SUBSTANTIAL! It does have areas where it could be improved, yes, but this is a pretty enjoyable game now. I especially liked the part where if your civ had pure bimbo appreciation, you could ABSORB the Bimbo Mist stuff in Part 2. Hoping Part 3 has more demon related stuff to do, and would like to see more TF stuff... maybe turn your leader into a demon or an elf or a bunny, or something...
Definitely liked and subscribed after this playthrough!
So much fun in this game! You really feel like playing a civilization, you have so many options and the story holds you back, don't waste time and play!
the only problem with this game is that it has an end, i wish i could play more and have more civilizations to discover, but maybe one day!
I had a great weekend playing this game. One of the few games of this genre where it actually got me engrossed.
Fun game systems, really neat scenarios and character development, interesting and funny story. Clearly a crap ton of work went into this.
At first i wasn't really hyped by a lewd game based on Civilisation ... I was wrong.
The game is just awesome, the story is fun, the renders are lovely (Well, when the girls do not have boobs bigger than their whole body at least), the writing isn't bad and you follow the events easily.
The chapter 2 is really fun even if it's not really Civ anymore but more some kind of "age of wonder".
Yet it's far from perfect, balancing is a hell of a pain, sometime some armies will require a lot of farm to beat if they are even possible to beat, in very easy >.<
Some bugs happens too, or you have events involving a character that are fired but you never met the said character lol.
In the end, the biggest things that bugs me in this game is that you don't have any consequence at anything. You could be beaten again and again, you will never trigger a game over as you can't loose. You have many villains claiming they will make you their playthings but they always stop for no reason, simply because "Well the game do not allow it". The same, you have a virus at one point of the game, it can alter your friends and a bit your stats, but in the end, even if you do things that would have you infected, it never really hurt you and the few it did, can be undone in 2 clicks. I'd love to see some game overs, especially the last one with the demon, writing a full event for a defeat in fight, to lead to the exact same ending thanif you win the fight, is the most disappointing to me on this game. You can play bad of good no matter, you can't loose and you will end to the exact same point.
Too bad, it could have become my favorite on this site.
It's really improved from the last time I reviewed it. There's still the decent management sim gameplay, but there's a lot more to do and it's a bit harder to fail.
One issue though is that the random conquer battles in Chapter 2 scale up WAY too much, even if you go back to the 1st map. And they seem to keep scaling up and up until the end the chapter. Fortunately the battles against the zombies and elves in the forest map seem to be normal so you can still finish the game, but you'd better hope there's a non-combat path you can take to get to the objectives on the other new map.
Also, IMO it's very hard to see what territory isn't owned once you own a lot. Having the border colour stand out more would really help.