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Release May/16/2009
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Flash Game with tentacle and monster violation.

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Pick Up !Worth the pricetag

Dec/10/2010  By Slack00

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This is one of Swiss Made's more expensive works, but not the most expensive. I submit its worth the dough.

Planet of Terror combines some challenging but not maddening game play with some great bestiality/monster/alien sex scenes with a unique way not found with other circles.

The heroine is attacked and crash lands on the planet, where she must pass several scenes, each including an end boss, before advancing to the next scene. There are scenes at a lake, in the forest, in the desert, in the snowy mountains, and in the city.

Certainly, there is censorship involved, but if you get to the credits and doubleclick on the door with the green tentacled monster on it, the game and the gallery may change just a wee bit. :-) If that doesn't work, just contact the programmer and see if he can help you out.

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Pick Up !Shoot em up, Strip her down!

May/18/2009  By Wildcard

3 user(s) found this review helpful.

So I don't know about you, but sometimes I get tired of the "click your way through the text games." I personally prefer some sort of interaction and challenge. Otherwise the game feels more like a full screen manga. Planet of Terror is a lot of fun. Its like Time Crisis or any of those other shooters, except if you die you get attacked sexually by various creatures. Try out the demo for sure, and if you enjoy that, then I'm sure you'll love the full version, because its just more of the same. The game is a little short, but I have played through it several times, and there are lots of scenes you may miss the first time through. Also there's a gallery mode at the end, so you can look over what you saw and choose your favorite at the end. Overall a fun new game, and a great change to the text adventure games.

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