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 colecting magical cards that have been scattered though out the city. All the while meeting new and interesting new people.
This games plot revolves cards that transform all who touch them.
Right now the only card implemented is the null card, a card that undo's transformations.
It's not the biggest update in the world but gosh darn it we had to put something out!!!
New Summer storyline involves the fake gender bender card and so far has two possible branches.
one ending with the player getting the new card and then given the option to go explore the city with Kim or alone, and another with a bit more T&A but the player get nothing....have fun!
to access the new content, use the null card to turn Sume back into Summer and then pick her branch when you choose who to adventure with.
We do have one more branch in the works but we're saving that along with the fixes for next time!
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.
At the moment there isent much in the way of game play.
the first scene is on a train.
the seconed scene is outside the train station.
The third scene is on the streets. this scene dose have a story branch. Click the first one for Normal Kim points, Click the seconed for bimbo Kim points.
the forth scene is in the store.
The final scene of the prolog gives you the option of useing the nullification card on Sume to return her to her non bimbo state named Summer.
Choosing ether Sume or Summer will give you the option of exploring with one or the other in addition of Kim or going alone. Choosing who to go with will change the transformation card you start with. (as of V0.2 you can only get to the choices of who to go with. not the outcome of said events.)
If you choose to adventure with kim you will get the option to explore a tree line or ariver bank. Exploring the river bank will result in Trisha becomeing a bimbo.
After that you'll get the option to return to the magicshop of transform kim into a bimbo.
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.
I'm quite forgiving for this as it is a first version upload. It is okay as a teaser, but with many grammar and spelling mistakes I had trouble getting significantly interested in the story introduction.
The drawings are okay and fit the scenes. Fixed backgrounds there as a placeholder seemed serviceable enough. The music was a nice touch, but got a bit gratingly repetitive until it ran out and stopped playing for a short time before the next one kicked in.
With there being so much text so early in the game and with so few interaction chances for choices, I did started to lose interest in what I was playing as it became a click-fest.
Still... there is potential here. I am interested to see more.