The eWardrobe is set it in the near future, where pretty much everything is the same except most modern homes have a cloud-based electronic closet, which allows them to manage a huge clothing library. You play as the job-hunting Danny Jones, a young man who's spending the summer at his aunt's cottage in a new town. Danny didn't bring any clothing him, and his aunt's eWardrobe thinks he's Sasha, his "partygirl" cousin.
The eWardrobe is currently in its alpha stage, with a few deep storylines and choices that are both cosmetic and plot-changing.
It is free to download, but please do not play unless you're old enough to use erotic entertainment.
Update on 07/11/17:
~20,700 words + ~16,000 = over 36,000 words
90 passages + 70 = 160 passages
Forum thread on the game: https://www.tfgamessite.com/phpbb3/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=9787
Nice idea that is showing a lot of potential already. The mechanism of the ewardrobe works well and the future setting does not distract from the game at all, you are not having to understand a strange world. there are different threads already and my only worry is the impossibility of keeping this updated and progressing unless there is some underlying master plan.
There is plenty to play with even in this alpha stage so enjoy, I did
It's rare that I enjoy a text-only game so throughly that I'm genuinely disappointed when reaching the end of what's available at the time.
It's really well written and the MC is relatable without being a blank slate, and that's just cool. The dialogue flows nicely and I love all that stuff about a series of books, it greatly helps make the world more alive.
Waiting for more.
A really great start. Looking forward to seeing where this one goes.
Not really necessary, as it's great with or without, but just a few visualizations would be nice. Not of the player character, but minor things such as clothing options, locations and maybe NPCs, would add to it nicely.
Really, really great so far. I love the writing and the characters are fun. 10/10 looking forward to seeing more.
This is an amazing game with very good writing! The content is very short but with no bugs and all intuitive ways to progress I don't mind at all. This has to be one of the best games I've played from this sight so far.