A little grindy, but a good game all in all. I love it!
I had fun playing it. I personally like it if there is some effort involved in unlocking it. 0.98 is the first version I played and it looks like the the author was successful in reducing the grind to a bearable level. The mentioning of grind that was over the top in reviews of earlier versions did indeed keep me from playing this game. I think this is not the case anymore. It could may be use another balance pass and somewhat more transparency what content to expect on which path, but I have seen more praise for QSP-games with lots of more grind and less coherent content
Give it a chance and play it!
The author seems to consider and react to constructive feedback and suggestions very well.
Tons of boring stuff to do no sex or anything. Played for three hours and because of stupid mechanics I could find any job, ran out of money, could pay rent or do actually anything.
Just walking thru city hoping some random event will trigger. Stupid game, terrible designed... don't play it
I want to be able to like this game. I enjoy the theme, after all. I think that I've downloaded and played every version of this since the initial release, but just saying, "Hey, take your character and corrupt her!" isn't really enough. The story lacks depth. There's a very wispy hint of a plot, but you're basically just going to be grinding down your morale and raising your liberal stat until you can reach a point where she's willing to do whatever you want her to do.
And speaking of grinding... there's a lot. Cool, the daily shower routine got streamlined a few patches ago, but you're still going click after click after click to get through the routine of getting pretty again after you hit the gym. If the story were more immersive and rich it would make me overlook the grinding, but if the grinding were minizmized I'd be able to forgive the writing. It's worth continuing to watch, all that being said. 7/10
Day 3, boring content to start. I like in some games where they give you at least a few beginning options to increase corruption but here there's nothing aside from weed. No jobs, nothing to do but walk around for now. So far found nothing
The game really enjoyable deffinalty worth playing. it still a failry new game so there not a crazy amount of content but enough four several hour's of playtime. and i thank it better than life choices . the content and game is easier to unlock and the game is a little smoother .
Thank's for the great game please keep up the great work
Am at 109 days in at this review.
The game is very much in the same style as Life Choices and took a lot of inspiration from it, then its not Girl Life as some reviewers mentioned and it's not Life Choices. It is it's own game that uses a lot of the same mechanics - and thats not really a bad thing.
I did like the game. It got a lot of potential but it do lack the polish and gameplay adjustments that the games that it took inspiration from already have, but I am sure that these will come when the game mature over time, so I do hope that the developer will have the patience to continue to develop on this game for a long time to come and continue to add more content to the game because it does feel "empty" after a while (Especially when going 100 days into the game) and does feel a lot like a click fest through a lot of the game that ends up making it feel tired, but thats all something that can be adjustet over time.
What I personally felt were lacking were more triggered random content, more life in the game, more everyday things that won't nessesarily bring the game forward, but will make it fun to explore and will give it more "life" for the player to interact with - in a sense. It lacks content the further that you get ahead in the game, so I do hope that there are plans in place to keep the player occupied and entertained for all the 303 days that the game seems to be lasting.
One thing that I did feel dragged it down were that you can't switch jobs, you cant leave a job and then return to it later on and the way it is right now then the jobs feels boring after a while, they lack the feel of movement and acomplishments that for example Life Choices really manage to do well, but thats also a game that have been around for a few years and had time to mature, while this only have been around for a little more than a month, so do keep that in mind when you play it. The jobs do end up feel repeatably really fast and you don't get the feeling if something will happen later if you stay on for a while because the progress are almost nonexisting so you will end up switiching jobs out of boredom, so some improvement are urgently needed at that part. But thats also part of game design so hopefully the jobs will get expanded on and improved on in the updates to come.
Should you play it? Yes I absolutely think you should give it a try.
As has been said, far too click heavy. Plus, if ever a game needed a glory hole option, this is it. Trying to get corrupted should not be this hard. An adult theater, a porn store, lingerie, any one of them should help lower morale and it should stay lowered until you actively seek to raise it by going to confession, working at the soup kitchen, etc. Other than that, I enjoy the game.
To me, there are 2 issues:
1) A lot of things take waaayy more clicks than they need to
2) Corruption takes a long time and a lot of effort. This character doesn't get corrupted by their word or even their own body's desires. They/you need to really WANT it, and that makes for a lot less fun a game
The game is in a similar vein as others in the catalog here, but in no way a 'ripoff' of anything. useralexis points to another game of similar vision, but doesn't even note that the game they referenced is a similar game to Girl Life released over a year before the one they inappropriately linked. Being in the same vein as another game on the site is not necessarily a ripoff. The numer of times I see these nasty types of comparison on review of new games, when we haven't even learned the full path, direction, and content included makes no sense and puts off new creators from sharing early iterations of their vision. If a creator states they will not have lactation and you feel you could do a similar game but focus lactation, you've made a different game, enjoy it or don't but don't smear a new creator in the Reviews section. Negatively comparing a game with 5 years of development and 3 figures per month patreon subscription to a game released 3 weeks prior that already has 4 updates makes you look silly and like a playground bully.
This version of the game itself is both fun but a lot of work. The interface requires multiple clicks to perform menial tasks that ought be either automated or rolled into one daily 'task' button. The media on the game needs compressing, formats are also in abundance. MP4, JPG, GIF, etc. 400kb background shots right next to 20kb background images next to 10MB animated GIFs are bloating the download quickly. I'm sure these things can be remediated in future versions. I look forward to what the future will hold for this game.
This "game" is literally a rip-off of life choices, but worse.
Life Choices (tfgames.site)
WAY too grindy, after about 60 days i just gave up and closed it out.
It could be interesting if it was done differently, as it is, it's just an annoyance.
Really not bad, more content that most games after release, but especially school seems grindy.
My biggest gripe is the tedious Showering, Shampoing, Shaving, Lotion, Makeup and perfume every morning.
Please make that automated, that it you can choose to automatically apply everything after sleeping, that you dont even have to enter the bathroom, that'd be much appreciated, my fingers hurt from doing everything manually.
Back button would be cool, or at least an unstuck tool that teleports you home. If you have an XXL ass and try to get another operation the link is missing. Didn't save for a while when that happened, so that's when I quit.
But then again, for an initial release I'm impressed.