Written and coded by Anon, Illustrated and edited by Zededd (me)
A text-based adventure (with illustrations) where you are trying to wrest control back of your home, and your own body!
You need to answer the questions correctly, or the women who are holding you at their mercy will expand parts of your body. You can't expand forever, you have to defeat them before you reach your limit!
Double check which file you're downloading.
(1.2.7) Game and Images (unzip and play. Now with or without images)
(1.0) Additional Image Pack (For looking at. Not needed for the game.)
If you spot any spelling errors, please let us know which passage they're in, or the surrounding text. Thanks :)
(I just want to say thanks to everyone who has commented and reviewed. Not only have you guys been more thorough testers than we ever could, but the support from the forums has been ourstanding! Critique and reviews are always very much appreciated too)
In a world where your family have created the 'Bio Net', you're no stranger to jealousy and rival companies... But you never expected a cult of derranged bio-terrorists to break into your home and attack you!
Your home, mind and body invaded by the cult of bio-terrorists, you need to battle against them in twisted games of their own devising to get into the control room and call the police...
The Player: A nameless heir to the 'Bio Net' invention
You Sister: A nameless heiress to the 'Bio Net' invention
Scantily Clad Volumptious Woman: A bubbly woman who has a thing for breasts
Wide-Hipped Curvaceous Woman: A woman with a 'No Pain, No Gain' attitude for hip, butt and thighs
Gigantic Pregnant Woman: A nihilistic woman (of average height) with a thing for pregnancy.
Enimatic Woman: The 'Leader' of this bio-terrorist cult.
Several 'cheats' have been included in the game.
For everyone who wants to just 'get the bits bigger', you can chose to expand yourseelf -almost- to your biggest by goig to the options menu via your Mirror
You can also chose to skip all three 'minibosses' by entering an alternate dimension and getting all the control chips right away...
Of course, we encourage you to try the game the regular way first.
For those of you who have technical issues, here is a link to ALL releases of the game: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/2fd9e4btbft9j0n/AABIhYjK_O-Rs707_fgzLrAva?dl=0 Although we hope to fix most of the bugs we find with the newest release.
1.0 Complete release (pending bugfixes)
1.1 Fixed a few errors and feedback comments (Probably broke something I missed too)
1.2 Image Scaling
1.2.3 More image scaling
1.2.4 Scaling a mountain from a Molehill
Zed screamed at code until it obeyed him
The game feels more like something in early beta than a "complete" game. The game has great potential, but as of right now, it's rather short. The descriptions of the changes to each body part is the same regardless of beginning and ending size. The questions never change and are rather easy, so it lacks replayability. Some good graphics of your changes, but none of the boses. Also there seems to be a bug, in which after defeating the final 3 bosses, it doesn't open up the option to go face the final boss. You have to go into the options menu to select that, but you can do that without defeating any of the bosses.
I do think this could be a great game if the author keeps working on it.
For what it is I quite enjoyed it. Images are pretty good, transformations are simple but varied and the story (while thin) does the job for this first work of a CYOA game. Interactivity in the game is what it is with simple puzzles, though if you have any knowledge of maths you'll breeze through it.
I liked the nice touch of being able to mess with the transformations yourself to push the game quicker into risking a bad end or simply to let the player speed through it straight to the ending path.
Certainly looking forward to more submissions by this author.
This is a short 15 minute game with a bit of TF fun and some body expansion images. The story doesn't make sense, and your enemy is fixated on maths, but who cares.
The pictures made with 3D models look better than real pictures in my opinion, and can show a gradual changes. Although the descriptions following these pictures don't change based on the stage of the transformation, and are very poor anyways (no mental description).
The biggest problem I have though are the 3 pictures showing the stages of the three transformations overlaps with the text on Android, making the text unreadable, and some choices can't even be selected.