Please Bark is a game that revolves around the player and how they choose to live with a magical curse that not only threatens their manhood, but their very humanity! Though the main character starts out hopeless, with your wise guidance he will be able to learn more about the world and himself as well as level up various sexual skills and unlock useful perks that will aid you in your quest (or in simply having a fun time).
Development has ended and I am now working on it's successor Inner Beast.
The plot is currently indescribably brilliant.
The characters are currently indescribably relatable, lovable, and cuddly. Except for the MC, he is kind of a douche atm.
Clicking the Guidebook tab will give you information on what your primary stats do as well as a 'quest log'.
I liked it for the most part, but I wish the progression was a bit faster, or there were more story elements between whats currently there, as it can get a bit repetitive. Also, please please PLEASE put some visuals in. Text descriptions are great and all, but adding a visual to this would help offset some of the monotony bigtime.
So people are clear, this doesn't seem to be noticably different than the last version. There might be some tidying here and there, but the play seemed identical to me. If you played the last edition, it isn't going to feel any different. It is still a game with an intriguing start that ultimately goes nowhere.
I am not faulting the author. It's a first project, and it is easy to design yourself into a corner. I wish her luck on her next project. There is promise here. I just wouldn't bother with this upgrade if you have already spent time with the game.
The developer started to work on too many things at once and ended on halfway on everything and now drop this project in the name of money and realization of his mistake.
it was not a bad work RIP
So aparently you can get infinite money from the bank? the "Free Money" choice just kept showing up.
This is a really good start. The changes are a bit slow, and there was little direction on what I could do to trigger any plot point besides sleep, wander, and hit the movie theater when it appeared. Still, a fine game so far, and I hope it updates soon.