Trap Quest is a roguelike dungeon crawl virtual reality TF game.
In response to the reviews complaining "I can't do X even though I want to" or "The game is railroading me towards Y", this is not a sandbox game for you to become the dominant and take control of the miniverse, this is a roguelike where if you're very lucky you might survive with most of your mental faculties intact. For more details, read the FAQ. If you want a nice forgiving sandbox game where you can become the dominant, or where there's no meaningful downside to always choosing the slutty option, please feel free to play pretty much every other well fleshed out game in this genre of random encounters and transformation, including but not limited to Corruption of Champions and Bimbo Mall Battle.
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The game is good, but i really have problems with the engine, wish it was more simple.
This game is a masterpiece in progress. You can play it for months and still find some new combination of factors to make for great fun! I did try very hard to 'beat' the main 'boss' for a while but got lost in the crazy fun that losing entails. I absolutely love the use of pictures, and that items transform while being worn. If I could suggest any improvements (suggestions, not criticism) I would suggest that, if possible, find and use pictures that indicate more subtle changes (i.e. when a piece of clothing changes), if you could find a series of pictures, for example of the same skirt but at different lengths, or more revealing, it would add to the fun.
Keep up the awesome work!
Amazing game, I keep coming back every week to check for updates. In the end, you'll always lose (win) but isn't that the point?
In my opinion, this is one of the best TF games out there if you lean towards the subby side - even playing your best, you're likely to be forced into some hot transformation situations. It has tons of replay value, and feels like a differenet game as you run into different items and monsters. It's also highly customizable, allowing you to avoid running intoo anything you don't like/aren't comfortable with. Combine that with multiple image sets, good writing, and consistant updates: this game is a classic.
Overall I do like this game and the clothing transformation traps are a good step in the right direction. The combat still feels like a complete placeholder. There are also too many things that like to drag you around. In late game you spend most of your time being dragged somewhere, spamming *enter* for several minutes until you eventually get to do something again. You submit a few times and quite probably a few moves later you are being dragged again. It completely kills the game. The loot you get from containers or monsters is mostly uninteresting to the point of being useless. In most rogue like games you *can* do something with most of the loot, like sell it or something. In this game the vast majority of items you find have no use for you at all.
But as I said I like the game so there obviously are good things too. Plenty of fetish items and fetish events, plenty of traps scaling from 'irrelevant' to 'annoying'. Plenty of clothes to wear but then again clothing seems to be *the* core of the gameplay, unless you are more like me who wants to see your slut fail as much as possible and suddenly clothing becomes a lot less relevant although the new clothing transformation trap system does spice things up.
I do recommend this game. There is a lot of potential here and the development has been going in a good direction. Still, for a hardcore RPG fan who has been gaming for over 3 decades there's just so much on the list of things that could be better ;)