Choose to play as one of several distinct characters and play a variant of No-limit Texas Holdem where the winner walks away with both money and intellect, but the losers become airheaded bimbos.
The latest version should always be available on my site, see http://www.blushingdefeat.com/play/#Bimbo Holdem Poker.
For the offline version you can also use the mediafire link in the Downloads section of this page.
The art in this game was generated using the vector graphics based application Kisekae 2. As such, all art assets of the bimbofication process has a cartoonish look to them.
There are some bugs in this game that might occur for some players under certain circumstances and there are some AI issues that may disrupt gameplay and be rather odd or annoying, but nothing that should be game breaking. These issues could perhaps be fixed at some point, but currently this game is only under passive development, by which I mean that I am around to fix a bug or two and add some content from time to time, but not to develop new features or fix larger issues, both of which would require much time and effort in essentially rewriting a large part of the game.
I hope you'll have fun :)
Christine - the wannabe ninja
Salvatore - the mafia henchman
Charise - the dancer
Raygan - the cowboy bandit
Stephanie - the athlete
I really like those slow stage transformation. especially, the ones who is stubbon toward almost the end. some of them are really unique. (I like the newest characters) but the other, I feel like it's a bit boring in transformation. it's still a great game, though.
I would recommnded it, if you like slow transformation and Bimbo girls
If I want to add, it would be the status text, where they talk in current status and it will change after every stage or transformation.
Remove the old game versions. only keep the current.
This has the most obscene rubberbanding imaginable. I'm not talking about the orgasm cascade that occurs when one person has high IQ and the AIs are bimbo'd out, either. I'm talking about the fact that it's literally impossible to win at. While opponents who run out of money and IQ are removed from play normally, when the last opponent falls (or should fall), regardless of your own IQ and money levels, you do not win. All AIs, fully bimboified, suddenly reenter play, endlessly calling and raising, while the Check command does nothing. At this point, that round will never end until the orgasm cascade of dealing with four full bimbos drains you down to the arbitrary threshold where you're declared to have lost.
If that isn't fixed, this cannot be called a game. I did not come back from the brink of defeat against a single opponent who I'd allowed to dominate the board and wipe out the other three just so I could be godmodded into losing by some atrocious bullshit of the highest order.
Edit: Darcwing, it isn't that I wasn't able to defeat all four AIs...it's that once I did, all the defeated AIs started playing again, raising endlessly despite being broke in both money and brains, making it impossible to Check, and endlessly fondling me until I hit 30 IQ and got a loss prompt. It isn't that I couldn't win, it's that the game pulled took that victory away by making me contend with four 100% bimbos with apparently unlimited money out of nowhere.
Protip: If you're having a hard time unlocking all the things because you can't seem to win, a simpler way to get there is to make matches 1v1, max out the starting pot, increment amounts, and minimum turns before it raises again. Play *almost* every turn you can. Let the wheel of fate decide who wins. It's about 50%.
Kara, I managed to win one game out of a dozen. Difficult and requires more luck than skill, but I did beat all the bimbos and had 200+ IQ to go with my $40 thousand dollars, so it is doable.
Other than that, this was a moderately entertaining game. Reminded me of why I hate Texas Hold 'Em as a poker variant.