In the year 2421, the most hated job is working as a spy. You must help guide "James Mills" through the hazrads of the different factions and different cultures as he attempts to avoid detection on the way to report to his bosses in order to prevent Universal War from breaking out.
Jason Mills, a loyal spy for the Freed States of Alhpa needs to report the militarty build up of The Orion Confederacy and avoid the risk of Universal War. In order to do so, he must find a way to avoid detection, navagate the deadly universe, avoid being a slave, face the risk of being a smuggler or a pirate and all get back within time to allow his bosses to try to prevent the war from happening.
Yet, in order to avoid detection, he must make the hard choice of placing his knowledge inside the brain of an unsuspecting person. But instead of being the "subconscious" and nudging this person along, something went wrong and he finds himself inside the body of a teenage girl. How will Jason get home, avoid the authorities that will kill him, and all the other dangers that faces an untrained teenage body?
Jason Mills: Trained spy who is skilled in various subjects and capable of figuring out how to survive on training and wits.
Eve Jones: An untrained teenage girl who suddenly is thrown to the wind and no longer in control of her body as she has to do the unthinkable for a man who will probably get her in trouble with the law, if not something worse.
Play Jason, play Eve. Figure out how to survive through moral choices and sexual choices. Either prevent war or die in the attempt.
Outstanding effort here. Setting and characters have real depth. Slowish build-up and some bad ends may turn people away, but they are missing out. Took me a couple of attempts to get it. Adventure, sex, violence, life and death decisions, ethical quandarys -- there is a lot going on in this one. Highly recommended.
Wow, this game is amazing. So many kinks !
Only one transformation (if you can even call it that) at the very beginning. Most choices are illusions. Either picking the wrong one leads to a pointless death or often makes little difference. It also annoyingly lacks convenient ways to backtrack, which is a huge problem because you'll need to do that a lot. Save often.
Despite an impressive list of possible content, all sex in the game, except for one possible lesbian/threesome scene, is generic and boring. Hope you like blowjobs and being gang raped.
Beyond that, the plot is boring and bland sci-fi and really not worth reading.
Played the game through many path, and even if it still allow many choices, many are leading to bad ends. I have nothing against that, if I could only have one good end, but the game has not a single one proper ending yet (maybe I missed it? I think I tried all the possibilities, but I may be wrong). So, anyway, it's good, but I think it is not a 1.0 game where most of the work is done. I would say that half is bad end, hald is not done yet. So, i'll be waiting for the next update.
While overall this is pretty good, there are a crapton of 'really bad ends' like, pushing up daisies bad ends. The first set of options are utterly irrelivent: only one character has any progression the others get bad ends almost immediately so don't bother, just pick the 18yr old girl. From there its more interesting, with most options going upwards to dozens of threads deep but unfortunately fatal endings are a constant bother, overall Universal Spy is pretty dark and brutal but not entirely unenjoyable if you make heavy use of your back button to find the squishier content.