Troubles with Altered Tofu is a media-heavy transformation game. You play a young man with peculiar allergies to genetically modified foods. The game currently features 4 seducable characters, MtF and FtM transformation, and 4 types of sexual actions in 4 locations.
The game is currently in Alpha and will need some more story and roleplaying content before I declare it has reached Beta stage.
If you have story suggestions, user interface problems, or if you find any bugs, please join us in the Forums. Click "Discuss This Game" to your left.
Bug Reports, Feedback, Suggestions:
Leaving your home town, you arrive to your new home to find that the only foods available seem to give you allergic reactions...
To experience the transformation, navigate from your Bedroom to the Study Cafe. Purchase and eat as many Altered Tofu bars (AT Bars) as you can afford.
To unlock sex scenes, talk to the man in the foyer until you can invite him to your Living Room.
17.10.15 Interface redesign:
17.10.15 Full build:
played, for a while now, and A) not being able to save is quite bothersome, having to play from start over and over B) is there even a possibility of turning full woman ?! and maybe NOT to loose feminity pts constantly ?
I have the problem that whenever I download a version, and try to run the file via IE/Firefox, it only shows 2 or 3 buttons as, continue/save/load.
Nothing else happens.
I Love the File name "twat" lol.
(This Review is not a helpful review at all...)
...why are you still reading this?
The player discription could use a scroll bar as well other than that it is an interesting consecpt please do continue working on it
The game, as it stands now, does not even have an apparent plotline. There is nothing to do beyond have "conversations" with a few undistinguished names. There are no descriptions of any of the characters encountered nor are their distinctive dialog for any of them. The only interacting that you can do with the environment is to buy and eat an "AT Bar" (the name of which is confusing because "at" is a commonly used preposition so the command to "Eat AT bar" makes it sound like you are eating at a specific location rather than "Eat the AT bar", which clarifies that the AT Bar is a specific object.
In short, while I love to see any new content on this website, this one is not even at the pilot stage.