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Release Mar/14/2017
Last Modified Dec/18/2017 
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*English version was added.

Will you protect her to the end?
Or perhaps send perverts out after her?
The fate of these lolita girls is in your hands!

An action game where young girls are on an
errand to deliver Papa his forgotten umbrella.

Jump and evade perverts and holes.
Because if you don't then you know what...

CG mode is 100% unlocked from the beginning
for those that do not like action games.

Confirm system compatibility via the trial version.

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This is the ENGLISH version translated by the circle.

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  • Dec/18/2017
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    English version was added.

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Mar/23/2018  By TrevanmanTop : 8 Reviewer

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Oh nice piece of art there at the main menu. And what’s better, is that you get to select things with your mouse. What else is there? The music! Definitely important.

It's a very basic platform game. Yeah, that’s exactly what this game is. All you can do is jump and move left and right. Not to mention that somewhere halfway through the first level I keep jumping into this one dude. Game over. Roll credits…I mean CG.

So yeah. Can’t really get past that guy. Tried a dozen times. Not that it matters, because CG mode has all CG pretty much unlocked anyways. I just can’t read the story. Oh well. WHICH IS NICE. HOW MANY GAMES DO YOU KNOW THAT LET YOU DO THAT? THAT'S RIGHT! NONE. YOU PAID FOR IT, YOU GET YOUR CG.
3/5 because of that one guy I can’t get past. Other than that, good game.

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CG Set with optional platforming

Mar/14/2018  By Kelkuza

0 user(s) found this review helpful.

So, the simple version of this review is: buy if you really like loli CG, preferably while on sale.

While it is nice to be able to go straight to gallery, rather than play through the 'game', without that ability I wouldn't have gotten to see hardly any of the good CG.

Gameplay wise, a *very* simple platformer, one button to jump, and that's it (technically you also have to move left/right). Jump over the holes, jump over the 'enemies', and try to avoid the dodgy hitboxes.

More than a few times I've been denied victory by seemingly having the corner of the girl's hitbox clip the corner of an obstacle without the models ever touching. Frustrating, considering how simple the premise is.

Still - the loli's are cute. Very cute. Would sort of recommend if on sale - not really at full price on less you're a die hard lolicon.

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It's Okay

Mar/12/2018  By ThatGuy42

1 user(s) found this review helpful.

The game is very repetitive with the character trying to not fall into a pit and jumping over non-moving naked guys. Most of the stages have almost the same design just changed around some, and the scenes you do not have to read because there are no words to read. The scenes will be the same for each level with nothing different about them so you will just see the same thing over and over again on that level when you mess up. But you are allowed to see any seen from the first menu. Once you start the game you can not go back to the main menu from what I could see.

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Great CG but repetitive game

Jan/04/2018  By Dr TentaclesTop 50 Reviewer

3 user(s) found this review helpful.

Lolita Errand is a 2D platform game with 9 stages. The heroin must jump over holes and nudes males until the goal of the stage. The character has no weapon, which match the concept of a normal loli as main character, so there is no option other than jumping for avoids the obstacles.

As mentioned, there are two types of obstacles, the holes (classic in a platform game) and the nude guys. I do not consider the later as an enemy because they don’t move, they are an obstacle that the character must jump over, avoiding to touch them. If the character touch a nude guy (or fall in a hole), this is a game over and you must start again from the beginning of the current stage.

The game over allow you to unlock an H scene specific of the current stage composed by a set of three CG (no text). As expected with the title, all scenes depicted a loli, with a different girl for all scenes. The size of the breast vary from small to very big so every one should find a girl matching is taste. Each scene involved only one type of play (sex, onani, breast f*ck or fellatio). At the opposite of what I imagined when reading the description of the game, there is only consensual sex.

The game itself is not bad but his weak point is to be repetitive. Very repetitive. Too much repetitive for my taste. You jump over holes and nude guy, again and again. There is no real variation in the background of the 9 stage (only the color of the ground change), and, after the 4 first stages, I continue to play mainly to unlock the remaining stage and CG. The good point is that the CG are gorgeous (description of the game give a good sample of the CG quality).

In conclusion, Lolita Errand is worth buying only if you like the CG and think that a set of 9 scenes totalizing 27 CG is worth the price. Unfortunately, the game by itself is not bad but too much repetitive for me.

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