TF Rock Paper Scissors is a video game about ‘True Love’, a game show where contestants face off to slowly turn their opponent into their ideal woman. The contestants play Rock Paper Scissors, with the loser slowly transforming. It features multiple of these contests, such as a nerd trying to rid himself of his jock roommate, dueling stage magicians, and an angel and demon battling for supremacy. In general, the player character does more positive changes to their opponent, while the enemy has more negative, sexual changes. Some duels are not this black and white, however. The game currently features 14 of these duels, and more are in production. The game also features different difficulty settings, enemy AI, and a scrollable layout so any size monitor can play the game. The game doesn’t require any special player to use. It does, however, require the latest version of Java to run. Feel free to give it a try! Check out the characters tab for a quick summary of each duel currently in the game. There are no true sex scenes, but bare breasts and adult themes are present in the game. It is meant only for those 18 years or older. Have fun!
All art for the game is made with the Kisekae flash program. It is free to use. You can find it here: http://pochi.lix.jp/k_kisekae2.html
This game is a great, fun, little concept. You can spend a decent amount of time just getting all the endings, and the "cheat" button makes it that much eaiser. I think that this simple concept works great, although I feel like a few "duels" lack. I'm sure these will be made just as great as the rest in due time. Great little game, the artstyle works great, and I look forward to more updates.
A fun little game that has a neat little button called ''cheat'' to win or lose and end up seeing all the possible endings. I just passed quite some time winning, losing, partially winning, partially losing and finally tying! Some images are really similar from one match to another, but there is just enough change to make things interesting. Two thumps up!
This is a fun game, it has pretty good art. It's Kisakae, which is hardly super amazing or anything, but as a man who dislikes photograph based games, I find the Kisakae art to be perfectly serviceable and provide a good element of anime cuteness to the proceedings. The endings are all logical and rather finely implemented. The gameplay is simple, but then again you can't expect too much in a TG game. It seems to be routinely updated, something that's hard to fine. I look forward to seeing more duels in the future.
A solid, simple idea that is very nicely executed and which allows plenty of room to add more content. The basic premise of the game is to take the classic "Rock Paper Scissors" game and use it as a base in which to build a series of duels, each presenting characters with different intentions and who could meet very different fates. The game thus takes great advantage of its episodic structure, allowing itself a great breadth of possible fetishes and transformations by keeping each duel as diverse and unique as it can be. Even if the game will likely not linger on one's mind too long after playing it, it'll offer a very entertaining few minutes for those who may want to give it a try.