This partner to the web series "The Mage depot" is a visual novel that puts you in the shoes of Trisha Azizi, a young mage who's just started working at The Mage Depot.
You tasked with collecting magical cards that have been scattered though out the city. All the while meeting new and interesting new people.
This game's plot revolves around cards that transform all who touch them.
So, What's new? Well....
1; We added about two hours worth of content by shelling out half of the Sume storyline! You can still read the story all the way through, but there aren't any critical branches available yet, so it's kind of a linear experience from start to finish.
To see this new content, don't transform Sume while in the store and while you choose who to explore with, choose Sume, it's that easy!
That being said, early in the Sume storyline, you will have the option of picking someone you like. This choice will affect how a later scene plays out.
If you pick Kim, she will think you're a creep and she'll lose 3 affection points. But later you'll get to see the scene from the screenshot above where Sume forces Kim and Trish into a relationship.
If you pic Sume You will gain 3 TMD crew points and get to see a funny scene Where Kim faints due to Sume overload.
If you pick Vincent, a special stat will be activated. "Sume's Ire" That will cause Sume to hate you. If you pick this option you will get a strangely sweet scene later of Sume expressing her love for Maid Trisha, while condemning normal Trisha.
In future scenes, Sumes Ire will cause Sume to try and bully you into never hitting on Vincent. She will defend her man at all costs!
Summer will be ok with you though.
Next, we added the Trishas apartment tutorial. starring Jada-Sempai! This is available after finishing any of the starting adventures.
Next, we added the Apartment menu it'self. You cant do anything here yet, but some important groundwork has been laid down for future updates.
The Milf card has been added to the transformation test area, so have fun with that.
Finally, some quality of life changes.
First, we got rid of a bug that stopped Erics developer notes from sticking around in the game.
And lastly, which rhymes with ghastly, We increased the number of save slots from 5 to 10. We got a lot of complaints about that one, Soooo, there you go!
We fixed a bug that caused the game to crash
The basic plot of the game is that you've been charged with colecting stolen magical traiding cards, Each with the power to transform whom ever toutches them. along the way You'll meet chariters in need of your specal brand of transformitive help.
Trisha Azizi this 18 year old Mage is straight out of high school and eager, to explore the world around her.
Kim Watanabi A 19 year old nerd with a fascination for transformation magic.
Mr. Vincent The owner of the mage depot.
Sume 26 years old, and a total bimbo.
Summer 26 years old and is Sumes true form.
branch map coming soon
The content so far is great, but which paths have much development isn't really clear, and with only 5 saves exploring the options in a pattern can be a bit more tedious than it otherwise could be.
Also there is a bug wiht the game audio settings, the volume is applied to the current sound\music, but when you progress to differnt music, it will start at defult level despite the settings appearing to show it at a reduced or muted level. You can just turn down the music each time, but this is pretty annoying to do, especally when the music starts loud each time.
But to finish on a positive, I do enjoy how diverse the paths seem to be, and a lot of progress has been made in the updates so far already.
One of my favorite games on the site. Years of porn have desensitized me to a lot of the content on this site, so seeing a slower start and a softer sort of tone is like Christmas-Birthday or something. The art's nice, too. I don't know the artsy words for it, but it sorta works. Cartoonish, but not too cutesy.
Overall, after hitting just one transformation, I eagerly await for more.
It's a nice game. Although, I got a bit annoyed at how long it took to get anywhere interesting.
I really like the concept for this game and overall the story seems interesting. I think it could benefit greatly from a proofreader/editor to find and fix all the typos and grammatical errors though. I look forward to seeing this game develop.
V.2 is a nice extension of the game and leaves a person 4 paths to follow for the next update.
Still in this version the grammar errors from the first version has not been corrected.
Some are like using their instead of there or witch instead of which. I am sure a fan if given just the text could correct the spelling errors quickly. Surpisingly, not many awkward sentences are in the game.