Just wanted to show my support to the game's author. This game is awesome, and there is nothing transphobic about it.
There is an audience for games where the MC start as a manly, sexist male and is turned suddenly into a very feminine woman against their will and put into humiliating situations. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this kind of stuff.
Unfortunately, it seems like such games are a rarity nowadays. This fate (obnoxious manly guy becomes slutty, girly girl) is usually given to NPCs these days, perhaps as a way to make the PC less controversial. This is frustrating as hell to me, because I want to experience that for myself, I do not particularly want to see some NPC going through it.
The other kind of game that there is a lot of is the sissy story where you're already kinda subby and girlish, and then you slowly become more so, though you never really attain a fully transformed body, not perhaps until the end of the game. I have nothing against that, if that floats your boat, more power to you. It's just not my thing, chastity belts and femdom and stuff like that.
This is the rare game that has that old-style plot of so many classic RAGS stories. Start as a sexist male then BAM become ultra-girly girl, with full physical change and the world keeps putting you into sex-based humiliations. It's a particular fantasy that many people enjoy experiencing. Yes, IRL, there is nothing "wrong" with being a girl, hell, I'd love to be a girl myself. But experiencing the POV of a character that endlessly fight against it is part of a particular sort of submissive fetish. It's not a wider statement about gender and sexuality.
Ignore the last two "reviews". Involuntary forced TF has a long history on tfgames site and there's nothing "transphobic" here that you wouldn't find in a TinaB or AnonymousMan game. If you don't like the genre then don't play instead of getting upset and throwing a hissyfit.
Much like a previous review, I find a lot of the game pretty decent, it's not a wonder of gender-fucky porn, but it's nice... up until the demon shows up. It's just way too transphobic, and honestly when being a girl is painted as something inherently bad that the character should fight against, it just completely kills the mood. Just let the character tell the demon to fuck off and slowly come to terms with being a girl
Concept is interesting, but kinda got turned off by the out-of-left-field transphobia near the start, vis a vis what sounded an awful lot like a place in hell reserved for sissies and trans girls.
I'm really glad you've come back to the TG games world!
"The List" is taking shape, and so far it looks very interesting: keep up the great work! :D