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Version: 0.9

Version: 0.71

Suit of Wands

You're a student at a prestigious arcane crafts college. The teachers take the 1st of April off for pretty obvious reasons, which means the students are left to prank each other. As this is your first year, you're not really accustomed to this style of pranking yet though you've heard the chatter about it from the other 1st years, most of whom will be locking themselves in their dorms. As all 1st years are paired with a 3rd year roommate, this isn't enough to keep you prank free.

Note: this is heavy on the non-human TF's and short of the begining does not currently contain any TF's that keep you fully human.

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Review by LufiaLunar

Version reviewed: 0.9 on 03/11/2017

at time of this review, i just became the 7777 "challenger" to try out your game. I felt lucky so i was like "ok lets get this started". Got an end within the first 3 choices lol.

games neat, very few choices/routes you can take. I made it to your place holder with out a single transformation, Im not including the first one since you have no choice in that regards. I enjoyed the kitsune ending, nice twist. I do think you need to change your "challenges" im refering to grabbing the book you want. one time i made it all the way there with only "some" of the wards to test. Regardless of it you skip a bunch of TF's and it just gives you the end transformations, instead of just a partial. So that one might need work.

games short, you can uncover all of the Tf's in about an hour.

BTW does Lust even do anything? I maxed that out, and I did not notice anything as I was running around. You can make something like 14 soothing drafts/calming potions, and still have max lust with out care for the lust Tf's, then take 2 potions and be flaccid. LOL.

Your eldritch Horror gave me a weird image. My image was a crossbreed between a lizardkin with octopus arms, with talons on the end, with a bone tail. I dont know what you were trying to describe but maybe add some pictures on somethings to give the reader a better idea. Also shadow cat seems cool, but it looks like theirs not really anything down that route.


Thanks and keep it up.

Review by dextersinister

Version reviewed: 0.9 on 01/02/2016

This was a fun puzzle game with a don't-get-too-transformed hit point track.  There's a way through, and you'll unavoidably pick up a smattering of transformations along the way.  As the game says, nothing is permanent, so see how far you can get regardless of what shape you're in by the time you're there.

Review by bocaj91

Version reviewed: 0.71 on 08/30/2014

Really like the way this game is heading, there is a good variety of transformations and some really unique ones I havn't really seen in other games. I especially like the various subtle differences that your decisions make, looking forward to more updates!

Review by lentils

Version reviewed: 0.71 on 08/29/2014

A fun little game. I thought you did a pretty damn good job with the transformation imagery and it was nicely varied. Hope you keep up with it!

Review by Skooma

Version reviewed: 0.71 on 08/28/2014

(Review for version 0.71)

Interesting, fairly straightforward premise. Let's livereview a little bit of playing!

"Mr. Granger" is a little obvious, but eh, some like their references blatant.

The bit about "waking up with C-cups eliciting a moan from you" is reeeeally awkwardly phrased. The introductory passage in general seems a bit awkward and scarce... it's almost like an actor rushing their lines. Take a little time, fill that out! You don't have to be in such a rush to get right to the good stuff.

Let's try reversing the spell! (As an aside, I'm fairly sure it's "gazongas", not "gonzongas", but when you're talking about a slang word that silly I'm not sure spelling matters all that much.) Ah, and see, here's where the scarceness of the intro paragraphs sort of shows: Until the text actually says you screwed up the spell and turned fully into a girl, I didn't know you weren't already fully a girl. Fleshing out the intro paragraphs some more might help make it clear that your roommate just gave you boobs rather than actually gender-flipped you.

Alright, an announcement from the headmaster (which could use some tweaks to formatting, it just kind of hangs there like normal text at the moment), and I'll go with staying in my room. Some sort of lackluster feeling myself up, pondering my new form, and then options to... whoa! Summon a demon?! Well, that escalated quickly. I mean, that really got out of hand fast. Maybe we could at least eeeease into the demon-summoning with some sort of explanation that this is something you might do normally, or that you think the demon might be able to reverse the spell? As it is the option stands out a little as "Press here to get raped." ... Yeah okay I put those in my game too, but I have context darnit!

But hey, what the Hell and Abyss, let's press the rape button and see what happens. Oh look, I'm going to be raped by a demon! Text needs a little work, some basic stuff like capitalization and whatnot as well as just generally needing some refinement for smoothness, expansion, etc. It feels like there were a couple of places in here where you wanted to do path splits but instead it just winds up as one block of text... in a text story it feels a little counterintuitive for the demon to say "You want to suck my dicks or get fucked?", for your character to decide (without input from the player) to suck the dicks... and then not be able to suck the dicks and get fucked anyway? I dunno, just feels awkward. If the point was to do setup and build arousal, it sort of fails because there's just not enough tone-setting text there.

So anyway, sure, take my humanity please! Ah, "twin cunts", I thought these might be the Hellhounds from Corruption of Champions. (Or at least inspired by.) Anyway, unf unf, don't beg him to stay, he goes, kinda lackluster ending where you become his bitch anyway, and there y'have it.

Well, there's a ton of potential that I see just from playing out the one path, but the text needs quite a bit of work. Just feels sort of... I dunno a good word, maybe halfhearted or unfulfilled? I know I've done some writing like that before... if I'm just kind of limping through a bit of Devious World trying to get somewhere else or I'm not really putting my head into it. I usually try to make myself stop and maybe redo it if I notice I'm doing it. I know I have a bad habit of not being as descriptive as I could be either, but it's definitely important to still set the tone and give an impression of what's going on, even if you don't go by volume of text.

I'd say keep working on it, keep trying to refine what you've already got and build on it, could be really good.

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