A researcher at the biomedical giant UltaGenics lab is subjected to a serum that takes users from normal to their perfect Ideal. Unfortunately, he was injected with the Ideal Woman serum. Now he must avoid detection to keep himself from being a "Black Project" and deal with his new body.
I really like the direction in which this game is heading but it shoots itself in the foot at a certain point when all you can do in the game after your transformation is go to work and workout in the gym. You can't buy different clothing, style your hair and there are no sex scenes implimented yet. I realize this is a work in progress, but just to leave it at this point for several months really is a shame.
I like Cursed so I went on with the download. The text looks ugly and messy. Too much text with little paragraphs. Nonworking </br> html tags everywhere.
Then I recognise that it says rags version 3 at the top. Obviously my 2.4.16 rags player not fully compatible with the game. I get the rags 3 player and the problem is solved. Yet I have to say that the 3.0.60 beta rags experience is rather unpleasant at this stage.
The text are still a little bit too plenty with rags 3 now breaking down the wall into paragraphs. The direction wheel is missing, not sure if it has anything with me installing the rags player in custom path. I wish there is a skip button somewhere so that I do not have to redo the 30 minutes prologue.
Just in case the "Cursed-like" tag didn't tip you off: This is a life-sim, where you have to annoyingly micromanage your personal life. It's puzzlingly not in the description, so you might get caught offguard like I did. If you like life sims like Cursed, Femsim, or any of the others, this is more of the same. The pictures are good quality, the writing is decent enough, and you get the content that you expect.
Downsides: If you don't like life-sims, you won't like this game because it's more of that. There's not much content yet in a genre that relies on myriads of random content to be enjoyable, so it's rather dull atm.
As before, if you like life-sims, keep your eye on this one.
Game reminds me a bit of FemSim which is one of the beat games on the site. So far I'm enjoying what's in this game. Keep up the great work.
There are a LOT of left-over codes visible in the text, like these : <br/><i>.
Also, as some said... WALLS of text. It's not really a problem, per say, but it's something that clearly need to be worked on. (Also, a good few your/you're and other errors.)
For the game itself, the idea 'could' be good... I say 'could', since this is really early, but I'm interested. I do think it needs to address the above issues first thought, otherwise it might be harder in the long run.