It's been a while since you enjoyed a night of just playing games, so when a friend from work recommends you to check out a place that hosts adult game nights, you decide to check it out. The game, Dare(d) to Change, can cause changes in your body as you play, either by spending tokens you get from playing the game, or as a punishment for failing or refusing challenges from the game board. It will just be you and your partner playing a game together, relaxing, changing, and almost certainly fucking.
You: A person who used to play a lot of games, but haven't had the chance lately. You've come to D.T.C. on a friend's recommendation, who claims that you can have some saucy fun and an experience that'll really change you.
The Opponent: Named either Cody, Sienna, or Felicity, depending on your choice of preference. They've played this in the past and have been paired up with you for your first game; they're pretty relaxed about it, and are looking for some casual, sexy fun while playing.
Desk-Girl: The creator of D.T.C. She learned magic because she wanted to create a comfy place for people to have fun on the weekends. Her fetish is making people feel comfy, but she'll settle for sexually satisfied. Not actually relevant to the game, aside from the opening.
There are several scenes that you might not see depending on what sex your opponent is, and others you might only see if you play against a specific sex.
Playing against a female opponent means that during their turn, they'll go to the Shadow Elf Cafe; if they're either male or a dickgirl, they will instead go to the Spring of Andros. Additionally, the opponent must have a penis in order for you to ride them after you chat with them.
Aside from this, all scenes are available to all sexes, though almost every significant scene will have different dialogue depending on the opponent's sex.
Be warned that setting your name to "Testing" will reveal several menus that are very much not meant to be clicked, in addition to shutting off token-consumption. If you want to play with the transformations to see all the changes that come from the ones down there, I recommend you choose to start the game with infinite tokens.
I rarely leave reviews, but this game I had to. I want to see more of this. There is so much potential for so much fun. I'm really excited to see where this goes.
Good potential. Neat start. Curious to see where it goes.
Definitely a short demo as there's only one round to the game so far. Interesting set up with a few options on display, though there's very few of them as of now. The intro hints at there being a larger variety in the future and I hope so as that will definitely give this game some replayability. Guess the only real complaint I can levy this early on it's development is the very light descriptions of the transformations, which are a main focal point. Hopfully those get beefed up and fleshed out more with time.