Choose to play as one of several distinct characters and play a variant of No-limit Texas Holdem where the winner walks away with both money and intellect, but the losers become airheaded bimbos.
The latest version should always be available on my site, see http://www.blushingdefeat.com/play/#Bimbo Holdem Poker.
For the offline version you can also use the mediafire link in the Downloads section of this page.
The art in this game was generated using the vector graphics based application Kisekae 2. As such, all art assets of the bimbofication process has a cartoonish look to them.
There are some bugs in this game that might occur for some players under certain circumstances and there are some AI issues that may disrupt gameplay and be rather odd or annoying, but nothing that should be game breaking. These issues could perhaps be fixed at some point, but currently this game is only under passive development, by which I mean that I am around to fix a bug or two and add some content from time to time, but not to develop new features or fix larger issues, both of which would require much time and effort in essentially rewriting a large part of the game.
I hope you'll have fun :)
Christine - the wannabe ninja
Salvatore - the mafia henchman
Charise - the dancer
Raygan - the cowboy bandit
Stephanie - the athlete
This game has a lot going for it. Certainly, if you're one of those people who like their TF games to have an emphasis on "game", Bimbo Holdem Poker is an easy recommend.
While the graphics are Kisekae 2, they have a lot of elbow grease put into them. Together with the changing quotes, they help build organic stories that are told as the rounds progress.
The game seperates itself from other "strip poker" style games by the use of its unique IQ betting mechanic that encourages playing lots of hands, which can lead to some interesting strategy because of just how many hands your opponents could have. The three special abilities and the way they interact add a small extra strategic layer to the game by themselves too.
The game is held back by a couple weaknesses. The most obvious is that the default speed is very slow. Thankfully, this can be changed in the options menu. What can't be easily fixed, however, is that the AI is very weak. I doubt an experienced strip poker game player, or even just a decent Texas Hold'em player, would lose to the AI very much. It's way too easy to get paid off and way too easy to read an opponent's hand. If you aren't much of a poker player you might find the game somewhat of a challenge, but otherwise the opponents just feel like total pushovers.
That said, I don't think any of those issues stop the game from being fun, so if the concept of betting your brains on a hand of cards is appealing to you, I really recommend giving it a shot.
The game is pretty great if you enjoy bimbos and games with actual challenges or mechanics to them, although you do need to be familiar with the rules of poker beforehand; there are no tutorials.
You should not listen to those saying that this game is "literally" unwinnable, as you can most certainly win.
If you can do so before the bugged phase of the game sets in.
Somewhere around round 48 to 55 (this is with blinds increasing every 7 rounds, tweaking this number could effect the onset of the bugged phase), any fully bimbotized players suddenly become part of the game again, are impossible to defeat, and will drag you down in a hurry since there isn't much you can do to a player already in a defeated state.
But if you can win before this point, and this isn't hard to do if you're familiar with the game and strategies for winning, everything is fine. I have a fully unlocked extras section myself and this would not be possible without more than a few wins.
Just be wary of the above mentioned bugged, as it's a game-breaker and something that definitely needs to be fixed at some point. If you look at it as a challenge to win within a limited number of rounds, you there are still plenty of good times to have here.
The lack of quality in this game is honestly impressive.
Pretty good lewd poker game with an interesting mechanic with IQ acting as a secondary resource pool.
But I ran into the same issue as Kara - as I was approaching victory I got stuck in a 'lust-bomb' loop, with the poker round never progressing, leading to a loss. This is a gamebreaking bug in the purest sense. Until this is fixed (which seems unlikely), this game is difficult to recommend.
I really like those slow stage transformation. especially, the ones who is stubbon toward almost the end. some of them are really unique. (I like the newest characters) but the other, I feel like it's a bit boring in transformation. it's still a great game, though.
I would recommnded it, if you like slow transformation and Bimbo girls
If I want to add, it would be the status text, where they talk in current status and it will change after every stage or transformation.