The protagonist makes a bet with his friend that he'll be able to get into a female-only club within ten days.
Version 0.11 is the silverlight web based version of the game. This should let more people try out the game that haven't been able to before.
One of the few RAGS games that's actually worth playing. (It's not good enough to bother installing RAGS, though. Let's not get crazy.)
This is a short little order puzzle with some good flavor. There are a number of different possible solutions, allowing you to play through it however gets your dick hardest, and there's enough difficulty there that you can lose if you make too many mistakes.
The draw is watching the feminization unfold as you play through the game. The text for when you put on each item for the first time is great, and more games on this site should do that. Perverted Education kinda does, only when you buy stuff, not when you put it on. Meh. By contrast, entering the changing room in this game is always fun.
There's enough missable events to warrant a second playthrough, but that's about it. The game is really incomplete, you can only play through the first section and a skeleton of the second.
If you're left wanting after playing this, and you probably will be, I reccommend Debt by edenecstacy for more of the same cash-grabbing gameplay, or yonyon's Zombie if you want more of the clothes-collecting aspect. There aren't really any other games on this site that do the flavor text quite as well, maybe try Mistress Simone's TG captions.
The Bet is in my opinion an iconic game for this site: not only is the author one of the most prolific and able gamebuilders, this game also beautifully executes its topos: the hero of the piece bets his girlfriend that he can pose as a woman convincingly enough to gain entry into a women-only club.
The gameplay is varied and fun. One can do various things to work on winning the bet; and the more one succeeds, the further one can advance. There is a guide in the thread, so I do not want to spoiler the game completely.
The game reaches the point where one can win or loose the bet -in a permanent or undoable way- and offers three open pathes to be explored by further updates: a spooky house that is a minigame to be, a path for the worker bee, and a path for, lets say: enthusiasts. Personally I would love to see these pathes grow, but I do not expect that to happen anytime soon.
Side rules clearly forbid putting pressure on gamebuilders, but in my opinion it may help to enjoy the game as it is to take the won or lost bet at the end of the game and not to engage the further (incomplete) pathes.
The gamebuilder has tried to make a game engine in a development crisis workable by using the silverscreen version. That does not as of now work. I advise leaving it alone and using the prior version which is stable and playable.
Other than this technical issue this is -as it is- a great game of high entertainment value. I like it very much and recomend trying it out.
good game shame there is no more content for Jess or more content in general defo worth playing
I really wish this game had been completed. It was a good game and I played the crap out of both versions.
It's a good game, you won't be dissapointed.