Hello there, and welcome to Total Immersion!
Thrust into a virtual world of fantasy and magic, Alex is more confused by one other change - he's now a woman!
Now getting to be a bit longer, this new update adds on probably double the length of the 0.1 version!
0.2.1: Even more bugs fixed, and reworked the bathhouse event slightly, so I hope it will work properly for everyone now! Also, redid a few of the renders from the first town!
Current Version: 0.2!
Your name is Alex, and you are taking part in the Closed Beta of Total Immersion. Transported into a fantasy world by the wonders of Virtual Reality, you find yourself in a body that is not your own, with no way to escape...
This is definitely one of my favorite games on this site. I especially liked the bimbo and horse sequences. I put it off for a long time because of its engine, but it was definitely worth going through the trouble of getting the rpg maker games to work.
Amazing work !! This game is perfect. The story and the TG plot are very good, the combat balance is perfect, not too difficult, not too easy, the hot scenes are also good balanced, not too often, not too rare and... OMG The 3D visuals are really marvellous. !!!! the RPG maker visuals are also really good.
I really love and enjoyed this game so far. Can't wait for the next update !!!
Thank you very much for making us dream with this wonderful game and keep up the good work !! ;)
Wow very good game much better than any I've played so far these last few months. Way better than I thought it would be.
Absolutely incredible. Although i have encounted a save breaking bug. If you pick up Kala before working the stables, you get completely locked out of the 3rd bruce encounter. My dumb self saved the game at a bad time and now im locked out of the game. cant leave the stables without finishing the job, but i cant finish the job as the game locks up. Im not sure if there is a way to reset a quest stage, or dismiss Kala, but as long as Kala is with me bruce sprite colides with Kala sprite and keeps the scene from progressing.
This has really good writing, in keeping with Joe Forest's games. I don't think the rpg maker platform has been used well and the scenes are a bit clunky with average cgs, would have just rathered the scenes to be text.