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Synopsis: The manifestation of hatred, lust and corruption has spread across the entire world like a plague, mutating and twisting every living thing in it's path. As the last of the free races band together to hold northern Auvora, frightened refugees flee to the southwest for safety.
Adult Themes: Breast Expansion, F2M, Growth (height, weight, pregnancy), Involuntary, M2F, Slow Transformation, Mind Control, Pregnancy, Bimbo, Shrink, Mythology/Anthro Sex, Corruption, Object Sex and Transformation, Voluntary. M/F, F/F, M/M content.
Other Themes: Adventure, RPG, Romance.
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Next Update (Hotfix): SOON
(I did not update 15MAY17 or 02JUN17)
Word Count: 701, 617
Lines of Code: 34,500+
Play Time: 2 1/2 to 3 1/2+
The manifestation of hatred, lust and corruption has spread across the entire world like a plague, mutating and twisting every living thing in it's path. As the last of the free races band together to hold northern Auvora, frightened refugees flee to the southwest for safety.
There is pretty much nothing in this game except for introduction (very long one, longer than 90% of games on tfgs) which mostly consists of setting explanations. The promised "Play Time: 2 1/2 to 3 1/2+" is probably in minutes (I've played ~5 times with different starts and achieved the "end of content" about that fast after I've read completely everything on the first time in about half an hour).
The only finished part is the very beginning: character creation, how you're getting ambushed by zombies and get taken away by wizard (when going to meet him face to face you receive warning that further is unfinished content). There is indeed some content further, e.g. you can talk to wizard and read more setting explanations, but trying to do anything is impossible - either its unimplemented (e.g. I couldn't figure out how to give the box) or it is unplayably buggy (e.g. winning against male zombies is impossible due errors appearing because of incompatible types somewhere in damage calculations). Maybe there is sex, but you'll probably have to crawl to it through bugs by trial and error.
The game itself tries to be something like CoC - you're walking around in a fantasy world consumng transformating stuff, talking to characters and fighting randomly popping monsters - although with a much worse UI. The writing seems good, although there are annoyances here and there - like calling dick "bodonkodonk" or something like that (are you 10?), but the setting is still a mystery to me - the more I read it the more questions popped up: although the world seems like a standard fantasy world with kingdoms, magic, elves, orcs and a looming threat of external forces of corruption there are also flushing toilets, showers and tennis shoes present which seems really contradictory.
Again, there's nothing in the game so far other than a long introduction. Installing Quest and rebooting will take longer than playing (unless you're interested in reading what differences there are between original and transformed goblins and what it takes to master conjuration and the moral consequences of killing zombies etc etc etc).
This isn't a review so much as a complaint I felt the need to voice. Why is personality tied to the NSFW setting??? It's like you are saying sympathetic/serious people don't have sex drives -_- Now I'm forced to change my character design just to access the content I want to experience...
i can't put anything into the backpack did the command change or what
and yes i know this isn't a review but i need to know if it wasn't then can you fix it please I NEED INVENTORY SPACE!
Promising aldo rough on the edges for now.
I realy didnt know what to expect when i first started playing this, but suprisingly i found it to be alot of fun. Why? Well it felt different then the usual guy-getst-turned-girl, or the adventure world with anthromorphic sexed up people. It is cliché, yes, with its standard trope of elves, dwars and other fanatasy races, and itts main story sofar isnt very different either. Yet it was the writing that caught my attention, not because it was flawless, but because it showed to me alot of potential to be more then yet another sex romp.
So i will refrain from spoilers, simply saying that the way the auther discibes the MC's journey and the enviroment around him/her was something i realy liked alot. While reading i can sometimes get lost in the world he tries to sketch for us, well done on that. It is still too early to say much about the whole game, it has some nice content, but not enought yet to truely keep you occupied for long. That isnt a problem though, since sofar i feel its worth the wait.
Now there are some thing i noticed, one is the abundance of overstating basic things, like hair colour, or the fact that your using your (insert race)hands to stroke your hair. In general, you dont need to name those details that make up your characters apearance in every paragraph, it's fine ocasionaly, but do it to often, and it loses its use. So i would sugjest toning donw on using things like hair colour, race height and other physical traits in each of your scenes and instead let them flow more naturaly. For example of a scene:
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"No! You can't just give up like that, can you? There has to be a way out of this! Despite your doubts, a renewed determination sweeps through your feminine figure. You can make it! You just have to push yourself harder! Lifting your arm, you wipe the sweat from your brow with your bicep, and then drag your elven feet onward down the last of the rolling hills, although you’re so tired you almost trip and tumble down it instead."
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Now this paragraph shows the use of bold and underscored words or sentences that are not realy neccesary to use. As the player you know your and elven MC, you chose to be one, same for your sex. Personaly i would just leave those out unless they are important, such as in a conversation with a npc (who usualy will act one way or another depending on what race/sex/atractiveness/etc you are i take it) You can use "examine me" to get most of this info at anytime anyway. I also doubt you will use your feet to whipe your brow, so using your arm, hand or part of it is sort of implied already :D
Now these are just sugjestions from my part, so take them as such and do what you believe is right for the story and writing. All in all i will definitly keep a eye out for future updates. Good luck.
I really want to like this game, but I just can't.
To the author's credit, the game does update fairly frequently, and it shows improvement every single time. The interface is pretty much finished, and it's certainly one of the most artfully crafted Quest games that I've played on the site.
The problem is that despite the amount of work put into it (and there is a lot), there's never a lot of content. No, let me rephrase that: There's certainly a lot of text, and certainly a lot of items, and certainly a lot of dialog and interactions in the game, but so far there's not a lot of things to do and almost no places to go.
What do I mean by that? For a game that's supposedly set in a post-apocalyptic world, you spend almost the entirety of the game (at this point, I have no doubt the author intends to extend it) stuck in a house, and not an especially big one. What's more, many of the rooms that are there are empty, and the ones that have items that you can interact with generally don't give you much interaction. So far I've only been able to find one character TF in the game (not counting getting mauled by zombies), and it's presented in a voluntary hand-over-fist style that just isn't that interesting. I'm sure that there are more to find (I think), but wandering around a cramped space looking for them just isn't very gratifying.
The worst part is, because it is updated so often I keep downloading it thinking that there's going to be some big inrush of content, but that rarely happens (most of the updates are just bug fixes).
All I can say is, keep supporting this game; it has vision but lacks scope. It will get there, but it has a long way to go.