You play as Stephanie Halloway, gym trainer in an odd though peaceful little town. What few know is that your mother is an exorcist, and hunts the supernatural on a daily basis. She has raised you to be versed in those matters, enough to know the creepy crawlies aren't out to get you and transform you.
Explore and investigate the town of St. Thomas to uncover the supernatural entities crawling out of sight. If they catch you, you can kiss your humanity goodbye.
Version 1.01 - Minor update, features further clues for the alternate solution to the endless labyrinth which unlocks the secret ending. There are also pieces of chapter two but it's pretty bare.
For those who might have trouble with the password riddle, here are three hints.
1 - The answer lies in the library, after having read the password's clues.
2 - The numbers are coordinates.
3 - The password has three words in it. The clue clarifies which syntax.
To access the secret ending, you need to double down on a riddle. I've made it repeatable so you can't be locked out of it.
For me, it has everything a game of this style could have (except from, maybe, images for the different bad ends... but that's really accessory taking into accoun writting and riddles).
Well done, and very fun. Ignore Chapter 2, and focus on Chapter 1, which is complete.
There is sexy ends, and multiple transformations here, as well as a few genuine puzzles. InLeaves is a very good writer, but has taken the time to craft somje actual gameplay here, so it's more than a basic CYOA, but a true text adventure, IF type piece.
Personally, I found it relatively easy (you have to be willingly foolish to get all of the endings), there was still enough to keep me interested for several hours, and well entertained.
Thanks for sharing!
A pretty good game overall, good writing and characters. Not too fond of puzzles, but luckily people were nice enough to post the answers on the discussion thread.
Well written and lots of hot scenes, what's not to like? The puzzles. They're not easy.
For the password, I ended up copying the texts you find in the library room to a tabbed text editor (Notepad++), then carefully applying the password hint to decode them.
For the N, S, W, E room I went with exhaustive search using the "N" from the hint image as my starting point (I assumed no repeating directions and lucked out).
For the Tarot cards... I just couldn't care less about Tarot cards. Worse, there's 6! = 720 possible combinations. No brute forcing this one. So I simply read the raw HTML code for the riddle room to get the answer (Bonus: there's a wrong answer that will get you a lovely bad ending). Thank you for not encrypting it!
My goodness, this is maybe the best game I've ever played from this site! The quirky writing started really hooking me, and then the bee TF was unparalleled! Maybe someday I'll play the main game... But this game is going to stick with me. The author's got chops. Definitely some chops indeed.
I also happen to like that it has a cool female protagonist that doesn't start out objectified or one-dimensional.
I think I'm in love with what thus game did to me.