How I Spent Last Summer is a game by Kimberly Rex that includes magical transgender and mind control themes, sexual situations and nudity.
You and your classmates won a National Collegiate Science Fair competition. THe prize was a month long stay at a fancy beach house in California.
You, the player character, a tall, muscular and good-looking senior at State U. Everything about you screams 'stud' - and unsurprisingly you've had a lot of success with the girls at State U!
A somewhat geeky, homely classmate of yours, the brains behind your science fair victory.
Your athletic buddy from State U, a running back on the college football team, and a pretty bright student.
Honestly, I was hoping for more.
Don't get me wrong, what the other reviewers wrote holds true - "How I Spent Last Summer" is well-polished, the multimedia selection is great and the overall quality is not to be sneezed at.
However, I would call it "mislabeled". A XXX content rating implies, at least for me, that shit's going down. Or, well, that something is going up, staying up (or, alternatively, getting wet) and being played with. And that that is either an integral part of the gameplay or at least makes up a significant portion of the content. And that is most definitely not the case here.
As far as sexual content is concerned, and unless I have been playing the game wrong all this time, I would rate "How I Spent Last Summer" somewhere between R and X but not even close to XXX.
You should give it a try, it is worth the look, but the content rating is simply false, so if you're expecting the hardcore content the "XXX Seal of Approval" implies, you will be sorely disappointed.
Very good. Sets high standard for games in this category. I especially like how images are being used.
This is a great game.
Kimberley Rex presents a well polished production. The image transitions are well constructed and really suit the story line.
The story is simple but that adds to the experience rather than detrack from it. I found two possible conclusions to the story, I assume there are more.
Again this is a great game if you have half an hour to kill.
Well, an okay interactive story.
Given that it was made with a limit of 5 rooms, it manages to tell a very complete story with a variety of endings.