My Monster World is a free-to-play text game inspired by the Monster Girl Encyclopedia and Monster Girl Survival text game. The player selects a companion to start out with and progresses through an open world, with the relationship they have with their companion as the main focus point of the game. Morality also affects the story, as several key points of the game literally shape the world. Rule it, destroy it or leave it as it is; It's up to you.
Has been in development for a few months now. Runs on a 100% custom engine, giving complete freedom to the progression of the game. Potentially, it's simplicity and flexibility gives everyone the option of creating their own content. The game should work on all moderns browsers and devices.
I hope you enjoy what little content there is currently, and I'd love to hear any feedback you might have. If you encounter any bugs or other issues, please let me know. They are generally fixed within a day.
PS: Current content isn't very TF-heavy, but it'll be a large part of the game.
Edit: Thank you for the checking out the game! Also, thank you for the Patreon support. It helps me out a bunch!
12/08/2016 - Buffs, Lust Elves & Alchemy
01/08/2016 - Drop System & A Few Bug Fixes
28/07/2016 - Bug Fixes
26/07/2016 - New Content & Bug Fixes
I'm not sure if I'm supposed to respond to reviews like this, but I'd just like to say a few words in response to Sathirran's review. It does raise some valid points, which I would like to address.
I agree that movement isn't very intuitive after the latest UI change, so I'll be making a small change to the map to make it more clear. If you are unclear about any of the game's mechanics, you can check the "Instructions" option at the start of the game.
There isn't too much content, because the game is still in "Concept" phase. I haven't been writing content for too long.
The scene where it says "You are masturbating" is a bug that I'm currently trying to fix; The actual scene is not showing up for some players. If there are any other specific scenes that you feel aren't descriptive enough, I would appreciate it if you would let me know in the discussion thread so I can review it. General tips are welcome too.
I hope I can deliver a better experience regarding the rest of your review in the future.
Confusing movement is confusing. Eventually you figure out how the fuck it works, though. There were probably instructions at some point, but who reads those?
Not a lot of content, and what there is.... isn't particularly memorable. Not to say it's bad. The author seems capable enough, I guess. The characters have some personality. The author also seems absolutely mortified of writing erotic material, while also feeling the need to include it, probably because not many people would play otherwise. There are several scenes that are hypothetically sexual, but have absolutely no description whatsoever. It's all implied. About the most explicit it gets is "You are masturbating." That's it. That's the scene. The game is rated XXX, but it's written as PG at best.
As far as gameplay, combat is very basic. The elements are similar to some other tf games out there, with health and lust, but they aren't very well implemented. Winning doesn't get you much, and losing has no consequences. There is one puzzle, and it's mostly just annoying. The quests could be interesting, as there are several options to complete the one that currently exists, with several options presenting themselves as you talk to different characters (or you can make an immediate decision).
All things considered, it's not bad, but it doesn't live up to its potential yet. The foundation is there, if the author puts in the time to deliver the content.
I was surprised, soon as I started this up I was met with a nice interface system. It's at worth least a look. I'll update upon further playing.
Edit: There seems to be a bug when you attempt to read the book about monster behavior. I can't do anything after that. Also if you play long enough, eventually you'll just get stuck for some reason. Doesn't matter what you're doing, the text just doesn't progress.