It's not bad. I do enjoy the art-style and the story is interesting as well. Sadly the music wasn't working for me, but that could be my headset. And yes, my mind was going elsewhere when the guy was saying "seize the means of production" since this is an adult game...lol. But I would like to see the follow-up, the next chapter if that makes sense.
I gave it a four because out of the snakes and ladders games I've seen on the site, it's the only one that fulfills what I want: Just a basic game of snakes and ladders. Maybe the AI needs some tweaks, and as someone that has hearing issues, maybe an option for just sound only without the music would be nice, but other than that, it works good. Thank you!
The drawing is okay and it's an interesting topic, but terms of a sex game, I felt there was a little disconnect since I prefer to use my mouse to control actions like nipple pinching and giving "the d". Just clicking to the next part made it feel not all that interesting.
Well made, but MAJOR copyright breaker
Game-wise, the game is well made and I love being able to draw diagonal paths. On the downside it kinda also makes some levels too easy. The graphics are fine. They represent Minecraft well, especially with the pick that breaks down bonus blocks (moves). And I love that the music is lowered when I'm playing. As someone with sensitive hearing, I usually tend to turn off music because it's too loud.
But then we come to the major issue, which is what made me drop the rating: Copyright. Mojang/Microsoft's name isn't anywhere on here, the are no credits for me to even see if they even gave their blessing. I would let some of this slide, HOWEVER; because app has in-app purchases, with none of the money even going to Mojang/Microsoft, I really have to call foul and deduct points.
It's like playing a knock-off chinese game: Can be good, but you will feel dirty and upset for not playing the official thing. Not going on my favs. Sorry.
Fun short game if you don't mind hand cramps and carpal tunnel.
I do like the Gameboy style of it and the colors and graphics are very fitting for it. I also live the music, although it reminds me more of C64. Then again, that is just me.
I kinda agree with some that I wish it were longer, but I'm glad it isn't because of the controls. Shooting and changing directions of shooting is fine, but the movements needs to be smoother. Having to press one square at a time is tiring on the hand and I would hate to think of doing it were it a full game.
It would have great potential as a stand-alone if the walking control was fixed and if it were longer. May be something to consider in the future. Still glad I played it.
Thank you, I am still new to this kinda of style game.. I'm used to Topdown and some platformer, so it was a huge challenge (hence the shortness)
I thought the controls kinda sucked too, but I'm learning some new control schemes. I am glad you liked it for the most part, I was afraid it wasn't going to survive the night like most games here.. So I'm glad! I will start learning new control schemes and maybe even edit this game with new setup. :D
This really encourages me. ~ Kevin
Under appreciated, but not very excited for a demo.
I may be one of the few, but I actually don't mind hotspots and still frames with small bits of animation. It reminds me more of reading porn comics, but with some action to them. And the 3D is fine. Not much to complain about there.
Nonetheless, I really didn't get much with this game, even for a demo. While it is intriguing to have the water torture element, the guy doing oral underwater was just too out there. Unless he has gills, there's no way that's possible. If it had just been him using his sweet sweet tongue for torture, I think I would have given this the extra star. And when trying to shoot the guy at the end, I didn't even know if I was hitting him. There should have been some sort of animation or sound, even if I don't hit him in the chest.
Demos are fine. They help to entice a player to go play the full game or watch the whole movie, etc. But with this case, I think I'll pass.
I found the 1.0.2 version being hosted elsewhere but I honestly didn't find much of a difference. (If you need to know the website, do tell me and I'll PM you.)
This is probably one of my all time favorite adult games though and can't wait for bigger things to happen for it. :)
Awesome as always
I always love your games and this definitely deserves the Daily Feature award.
The music is fun, although I will admit I play without as that is how I play these types of games usually. The final song though is phenomenal and if it is available anywhere, please do share the link!
The graphics are very different to me, as I guess I am just so used to the usual really large eyed cartoon characters that are usually done. Were I someone though that probably only played a couple games and then this one, I think they would probably be really into the change.
And finally the scenario is really cute and fitting of the season. It is all about getting together and helping our fellow man, but when gingerbread cookies are offered, you'd better deliver.
Merry Christmas CarmelGames and many hopes for the new year!
Catchy title, bland game
I really wanted to give this game a far chance, since my computer is older and my browser tends to be a bugger, but this is just not a fun game.
The sprites were enjoyable and the premise of a supernatural killer is intriguing, but that was about all I can praise it for.
The main thing that turned me away was, not the freezing glitch, although that played a major part of it, but the fast forward button. Under normal speed, the dialogue is so slow I can make and eat a sandwich while waiting for the next person to be killed, making me so bored that I press the ff button. On high speed though, it's like trying to take a lecture with that professor in college that had one too many coffees at the office and had to pick up flowers for his forgotten anniversary right after. There's no good medium for me. A simple fix would have been to incorporate click-to-progress dialogue. I'm not a speed reader but I'm not a turtle either.
Another thing for me was not having a mute feature. It may be nitpicking, but when it comes to games I need to watch for details on, I like to have the option to mute the music. And no, just muting my speakers is no excuse.
Overall, Proxy is a premise I would love to see again, but definitely in a much more polished form. The graphics are quaint, the idea of Proxy is amazing, but with a dialogue system that is either too slow or too fast, music that blares in my headphones that I cannot mute on the game itself, and the freezing my computer, this is not a game I recommend.
A tricky way to learn one's Norse Mythology.
I very much liked this game. The art was wonderful and I personally had fun trying to strip Loki down. I also personally enjoyed not having to deal with music, but I do know some that would want it.
All that said though, I would have liked some more interaction after aside from being able to dress him up and down. I noticed one set of undergarments looked like they had something electrical. If vibrator-based, it would have been nice and cheeky to press something and see Loki's reaction. I know you can draw expressions.
I would like to see another version of this. It was fun nonetheless.
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