Formerly A TF Forest Adventure
You are an adventurer who was guarding a caravan. Then your party was captured by monstergirls. You need to decide if you should rescue your friends or escape. As you pursue your goal you find yourself changing. How much are you willing to change to accomplish your goal?
The game focues on transformation into a monstergirl, you control the degree of transformation and how transformed you are changes how the story plays out.
This is my first twine game so I would appreciate feedback on how to make it better.
You play as an adventurer whose party has been captured. Your first meaningful choice is whether to try to escape or if you should attempt a desperate rescue.
You: I assume you know yourself; (the author apologizes but this games assumes you are a male)
Alonso: the leader of your group
Frederick: the thief
Anton: the mage
Cohen: a senior adventurer who watches over your group
Ant-girls: A mysterious silent people, they don't talk but you might be able to work with them.
Spider-girls: Fierce hunters, they will relentless hunt down anything that enters their domain.
Hit the blue words
Also this game is mostly an interactive short story, so there is more reading than gameplay.
If the game is ever complete there will be five larger paths with deviation within them. Right now it only has one.
.3.75.04: ant 3 progress, finished fight scene
.3.75.03: ant 3 progress, one-year release!
.3.75.02: ant 3 progress, added tf scene
.3.75.01: started ant 3, polish
.3.5.0: finished ant 1 path,
3.25: finished ant 0 path and endings, finished bad ends, introduced all other planned paths, more polish than between russia and germany in 1938,
I'm sorry I've not gone through this game before... I rather enjoyed it.
The most negative thing I can say about it is that it really hurts when I reach an unfinished branch... and when you're biggest complaint about something is that you want more and there isn't any more, well... that's pretty good.
Otherwise, as a critique, I would say my biggest problem functionally is that there's not much game to this game. By that, I mean that though your actions and alterations do change what happens later—and that is awesome, keep it up!—there should probably be more than there is.
For example, making it more clear what's in the character's inventory and then being put in situations where choices open up or fall away based upon what items you've used up or aquired. The same could be true for any abilities that might "fool them once, but not twice" or something, given you a feeling of tactics upon when to finally use them.
As only the Ants appear to have endings, more variations in the endings would be nice... again, based on earlier choices as well as choices in that moment. For example, going human, staying a woman, or remaining as is might have variations where you're given short options of what you'd try to do rather than just one split for each. Maybe encourage your friends to change into monsters too, or stay as women? Just a thought.
Additionally, it would be interesting if more of the monster types showed up in any one path of the story and give you unique interactions based upon what creature you're turning into an how much. What I mean is, there's really only Ants and Spiders down that Ant path... and I didn't see either of those down the Kitsune stuff.
I'd love to request another canine to change into... perhaps a werewolf or a cerberus? But that's just my personal tastes. I already like the choices there seem'll be in here.
For the unfinished Ant chain where you're queen and save your friends, might I request an ending in which you treat your friends to a meal which makes them into ants as well. Ant Adventurers! Or, you know, have the option to abandon the friends once you are queen and get one of those insatiable sessions with the male and female ants? Or make that part of the victory ending of that line? Or with your friends who are also ants!
...for anyone wondering about my review, I said I rather enjoyed it. I'll "play" again with more updates, to be sure... Bookmarked it. I simply enjoyed what "little" was there—and I use that word loosely—that I badly want more. Again, I think that's a good sign that the main negative I have about the story is that there's not more of it.
this game is great! <3 i love how you do those insect girl TF's so i hope you keep up the good work and continue doing those Tf's well.
A Really fun game, decent plot, enjoyable to fap. My only qualms with this is that the grammar requires some work, and more, alot more polish to the game.
A short but entertaining game. I enjoyed the sense of humor and the small jokes sprinkled through the game.