Devil's Night is a transformation game written in the DayDreamer engine by Fever Dreamer.
It is Devil's Night, the night before Halloween, a night for mischief. While the town sleeps the unsuspecting populace is bombarded with tricks only to unknowingly give the vandals treats the following night.
You are , you are finishing getting into costume to go to a Halloween party at a haunted house...your alibi. Your true plan is prank your neighbors and get away scott free. So many teens are pranking tonight, as long as you don't get carried away there is no way the police will catch you; it also means the party is going to be disproportionately women. You laugh to yourself, "This is going to be an fun night." Your costume complete, you need only gather supplies to pull off your pranks; some toilet paper from the bathroom and rotten food from the kitchen.
(This review is based on a first impressions thing)
This game uses it's engine so well, it's insane. The concept is extremely enjoyable too.
My only problem is that when you hit an ending unintionally, (because you're exploring some of the mechanics), it's like a gut-punch when you have to do the first stage of the game all over again. A skip function would've been nice.
Overall, pretty good.