Carnal Coup

Author: DaScoot
Version: 0.34.1
Last Updated: 2019-12-02 20:41:05


Review by johndoe123`
Version reviewed: 0.7.1 on 2017-07-29 05:58:55

This is shaping up to be an interesting game.  Though it is still a bit vague at times how to progress, but with a bit of logic-ing, I should be able to figure things out.  Oh, and @weakgirl, the author posts an "update" every time there's a new version, but the version available via downloads/playnow is the current free version.  I do wish the author wouldn't post an "update" when there's a new patreon-locked version, but I understand where they're going with that.


Review by weakgirl
Version reviewed: 0.7.0 on 2017-07-14 20:47:34

There seems to be an issue where the "Play Now" button incorrectly leads to your blog instead of the game. Then there is an issue where your download links lead to version 0.5.2 instead of the stated version under "Downloads"  (0.6.1) or the version under "Game Information" (0.7.0).

To the game itself, and maybe this is fixed in the newer versions, it still seems somewhat confusing, especially with the different species. Maybe include mouse-over text that explains some attributes of each?


Review by Leadhead
Version reviewed: 0.3.2 on 2017-04-01 02:27:26

Excellent premise, I was real excited to give this a try. However. I seemed to keep running into the same texts with little variation. Thus I couldn't figure out how to deal with citizens. I progressed the department visits and such fine, and visiting hellfire seemed to be looping, atleast for me. Just think it needs a bit more guidance on how you're supposed to go through citizens. A tutorial since it seems to be a complicated mechanic.


Review by Megaduck
Version reviewed: 0.3.1 on 2017-03-18 03:59:06

It's a fun premise and a good start.

 

Games is still a little confusing though.  It's hard to figure out what to do next, especially with the citizens.


Review by somehopper
Version reviewed: 0.3.1 on 2017-03-17 20:43:22

you may want to start a game discussion for bug reporting ect...
it sounds like an interesting premis, but i could not get the web version to work on chrome or firefox.