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Pickup!Short but simple game.

Mar/04/2011  

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Til Jul. 11, noon (JST)
The lolita girl in my control
pumpkin
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Enjoy the body of the insolent lolita girl in various situations with this adventure game.
X-ratedAdventureEXEInc. VoiceInc. MusicInc. AnimeTrial
  • Release: Sep/26/2009
  • DL: 36
  • (14)

You will probably need to use AppLocale to run this game.

The upper menus are similar to many games in this style, the most important settings of which:

M = Save
J = Load
C, C = Text speed (W instant to S slow)
V = Window/Fullscreen

The main menu is standard - as well as the usual Start and Exit, it has a useless Japanese Tutorial for menu settings, a CG Gallery of 13 images and a scenes area (called Memories), all locked at first. Clicking during menu transitions (e.g. from the main menu to the CG Gallery) skips them.

In the game: Meters seen in the demo might suggest the game is made up of minigames, but it's just dialog options.

After the intro sequence, four scenes occur in quick succession. Just before each scene there are two choices which usually have no effect, then a choice of two buttons (left and right).

Left is to dominate the girl, and raise her M meter by 25% each.
Right eventually have the girl dominate you, and raise her S meter by 25%.

Scenes occur in sequence - choosing 3 S scenes and 1 M scene shows the first 3 S scenes and the first M scene. So to see the last of each S and M scenes (and avoid a non-CG ending) you need to play the game through choosing purely S or M to get the meters to 100%. Doing this for both gets all but one of the CGs and Memories.

The last CG and Memory does depend on your dialog choices, but only a little - the fouth M scene is decided by whether you picked choice 1 or 2 just before it.

A very short game with limited replay value, but the lack of complex dialog routes for hard-to-get scenes is a virtue in a game you can't read.

It might be better to think of it as a CG / animation gallery wrapped in a well-made package. The CG Gallery not only includes the looping animations but also some voicing. What might let down some is that the scenes are fairly tame - for example, the S ending image is shown in the previews above.

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A short story

Oct/04/2010  

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To the Depths of Pain
CRAZY SET BOX
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I-I can't take it anymore! P-please, take my daughter instead of me...!
X-ratedAdventureHTML + FlashInc. VoiceInc. Music
  • Release: Aug/19/2007
  • DL: 25
  • (10)

The categories given to this item are a little misleading - this is not a game and has minimal interaction. It is a short story featuring about a dozen CG pictures that you can only progress through, which will take around 5 minutes.

As is the case for many such items on this site, it is fully Japanese - the only English you will see is in the Contents section. Between that and the loose context you can tell from the story, it's often hard to tell why the mother makes the sounds she does. I should also mention to sadists that the title doesn't deliver what it promises.

As the file-size suggests, there's not a lot of content to the game. Besides the story itself you can also skip to 9 parts of the story with a "CG Mode" that doesn't contain all the CGs. In fact, I can't find a way to see the CGs on their own - there doesn't seem to be any way to hide the narration box.

The artwork itself is passable for the price. The voices are good, but the generic music is ill-fitting.

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