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 is sure to be on my DA where it is playable online, here: http://gardamuse.deviantart.com/art/Bimbo-Holdem-Poker-584820811
For an offline version you have to make do with 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 :)
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Hi this bugfix ver crash easy when the bankrupted opponents magicaly starts to play again and end in bimbo apocalypse
I think the trophy room is broken If beat at least two different people one on one and still didn't get anything in the room.
There's a problem with the update. The hands are the same, the whole cards just rotate.
I really like this game, but the poker game in version 1.1.1 is even more messed up than in 1.1.0. In the last version, aces counted as lower than all other cards but was otherwise playable. In version 1.1.1, every player has a flush in hearts on the flop. On every deal. Fix the bugs and the game is excellent.
When a pair of Aces is beat out by a Pair of 8s there's a problem with the rules.