So, I downloaded the game file and didn't manage to play the game because a .dll was missing. The game does sound interesting and would actually like to give it a try. Let me know if there's and update or alternative download for it. Thanks.
Another Great game from this creator. The writing and humor is eclent, all bad ends are obvious and optional (other than that dang bee) and all in all, a exclent 2 hours. 40 minutes. 10/10.
Straight foward and interesting.
Game is split into a few sections/chapters that cut you off from the previous sections, each being made up by a few story events that you'll need to get through as the story progresses. Combat is minimal mostly being click one move to win, mostly used as a story beat. Story is about what you'd expect from a game in this genre, Main character comes to mysterious place, is transformed and innocent and not so innocent hijinx happens.
What makes the game interesting are the various TFs that will happen as you progress as your character transforms and the various bad endings you can stumble across, for the most part they aren't intrissive and can be avoided with 10% of your brain and end up just being a neat diversion. The game doesn't come with any real choices that effect the story outside of getting a early game over, the 4 actual endings come down to a final decision with 3/4 being satisfying.
It entirely uses RPG maker assets for the game, nothing out of the ordinary. However various scenes and endings will come with pictures and images to accompany the event, I recognize a few of them from the internet do to "research" and the choice of quality varies but it does make the game much saucier then it would've been.
Worth atleast 1 Playthrough, unfortunatly nothing to comeback to.
There's no branching paths, and outside of the ship at the beginning you don't get anything for clicking on all the stuff in a room/map. The thing you do get is pretty inconsequential, just there for fun.
So the story is a linear progression from one TF to the other. There are some attainable bad-ends, with their own TFs, but these just dump you back to the title screen so save often.
My biggest complaint is that many of the maps are unnecessarily large, and that there's a LOT of backtracking once you're done with a map. Once you've cleared an area of the overworld map, you can't go back and revisit old areas anymore, so the story ratchets forward each time.
Complaints aside, it's not a badly executed slightly-interactive sequence of events. Just don't expect it to be heavy on gameplay, decisions, or replayability.
RPG Maker is trash, i hate rpg maker games, EXEPT THIS ONE ! You have to try it out, everything is great exept the fact that there is an end.. The tfs are great (especially the furry ones tbh). Ths dude made a great game with rpg maker, he deserves a medal