You are a young adult with no plans in your life until you receive an offer to take over your uncle's pet store. One difference though, you get the animals that you sell by transforming the people of the city into animals.
The author seems to be in the habit of adding two new pages of dialog, calling it a new version and then uploading it without a changelog. Every time a new version pops up I download it, only to be disappointed by the lack of new content.
This game could be really good, but please, PLEASE stop uploading every new brainfart as a new version. Add a decent amount of content first.
pretty interesting gameplay but it needs alot of work. theres alot of repeatable instances that shouldnt exist after you do certain events.
For fans of animal transformations, this game has a good premise with lots of potential. And that's all it ever seems to have.
The funniest thing about this game is that it changes engines frequently, and every time it does there seems to be less and less content. Now the author has decided to try his hand at TWINE, and you can get through all of the content in about five minutes if you're a brisk reader. I don't care for TWINE-based games personally, and I will probably not check this one out again (until the author decides to switch to RAGS or something and pare it down to a single page of content with no actual TF in it). In case you're new to this game, it used to be Quest Engine-based with a few pictures, a map (although limited), and an inventory. Now it doesn't have any of that.
Sorry if that seems harsh. I really do want to give positive feedback but I also just want the story to go somewhere and it never does (like so many other projects on this site). The writing is pretty decent (if not a little truncated) and the story has lots of potential for erotic encounters, but so far there is only a single partial transformation you can activate in the game.
It's not good, and definitely needs more content.
It's not bad, but definetely needs more content.
That saying the least, you have great wording for the descriptions, but when it comes to dialogue it's a bit lacking in emotion. For example, "Hey. You." Doesn't have as much emotion as "Hey! You there!"
I'd also recommend finding pictures to add to Christine's TF or even the MC's. They don't have to be the same pic (As I like the pic you chose for Christine) but enough of a change on a TF to get the point across. Oh, and maybe add a pic for your Uncle? Or even the Farmer as he seems important in the long run.
Anyways, I'm hoping you don't take this the wrong way, but I'm just throwing some advice. I like it :P so I'll be keeping an eye on it