Hello, I'm DeepSleep. I have played Rpg maker games for a while and I would like to present you my first game, that I have been working on for a while.
The story is about Anna and her boyfriend, who recently moved to live in the big city. Different challenges are in front of Anna, and the player will decide how the story will evolve.
It's NTR, Corruption game.
Version 0.9 is released early patrons it now contains more than 1700 cgs and more than 20 animations. In this update, Anna has already transformed into slutty being and is now provoking others and discovering pleasures.
The v0.8 is also out for everyone, you can download it here.
I want to like the game, but the language feels so unnatural, like robots talking, or as if it was a parody of some badly acted porn flick. The author really need to rework the diagogue with help from someone that has a better grasp of colloquial English. Apart from that, the artwork is really good, and there seems to be a lot of potential for development.
Story seems nice, but very linear(6/10).
The art is better than the average game(8/10).
The grammar is bad(4/10)...
The game is pretty good as far as knowing where to go and looks good for maps. The pictures are all pretty nice, but I prefer a different type of girl. The only two complaints that I have is that the game feels really slow. Everything seems extremely bland for sex scenes and stuff IMO. Some of the panning shots could move a little faster and for some reason the game crashed for me around the point of buying the dress for Carl's party. Overall though, this game, while visually appealing, is very boring for me.
I thought I'd chime in with my two bits on this one.
First, many people have mentioned that the game lacks physical transformation, which is true, however, this site has always welcomed both mental and physical transformation. Lacking physical transformation, the transformation of the character instead happens after a car accident where her behavior begins to change after a blow to the head.
-The story is interesting.
-The renders are very nice.
-The game has a lot of potential.
-Story is linear at this point in time. There is the illusion of control at times, but with the exception of a few choices the story it usually feels like you're being railed through the game.
I hope that the author continues to work on this. I also hope that as the game grows, more choices will be added, and that there will be meaningful relationships to persue.
To the author: Keep up the good work.
Lovely pictures, but sorry picturess and corrupt does not make a transformation game.
Again, one would argue is this really transformation realated?
If I wanted to find corrupt related games, with no Transformation elements, I would't come to get games for TF(Transformation) Game Site.