After I met that catgirl, my questlist got too long! (4/5★)

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After I met that catgirl, my questlist got too long! is an RPG about a witch that finds a woman from another world, and the adventures they share as they save the world.


(Adult) Content?
(FxF) Sexual content.

No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Gameplay?
Twenty hours.

Modding Support?

Patch Available?
Download as Steam DLC.


I recieved a free copy of this game from the developers. Thanks Rascal Devworks!

Gameplay (5/5★)

Complete quests and read, read, read! This game is an RPG first, and a visual novel second — there is quite a bit of dialogue in this game (and what you say matters!) There are five love interests (or “routes) to pursue — you’ll have to replay the game multiple times if you want to see everything they have to offer! Each playable character has distinct strengths and weaknesses; I loved how each character has their own play style. As your team levels up, they will learn new skills (and strengthen pre-existing ones). Your party can be augmented with “gems”, which provide abilities, buffs and (in some cases) new skills. Be sure to collect all the alchemical ingredients: “Mixy Mixy” is the bomb digidity (and taking double turns is totally not OP!)

Story (4/5★)

Téa has a problem on her hands (or rather, on her head and between her legs!) She has ears and a tail, and she’s stuck in a world called “Morpheya”. She is recovered by a charm witch named “Vera”. She agrees to help her return to her home in London. She figures a good place to start would be at the Academy, a world-renowned school. However, only high-ranking officials are granted access to its library. Vera takes escorts Téa to Mauvyn to seek advice from the mayor.

He replies, “Once a guild becomes important enough, the King will make the guildmaster one of his sworn officers.”

Following his advice, Téa and Vera form a guild within Mauvyn. As their repertoire of quests grow, they meet an array of friendly faces. Despite their best efforts, it seems as though the kingdom is always in a state of chaos. As they dig deeper into the cause, they find the perpetrator may be closer than they think. Ultimately, Téa, Vera, and their friends will have to come to terms with a heart wrenching reality — the truth will catch up, eventually.

Visuals (5/5★)

The titlescreen looks good. The colorful spread of characters is something I’d expect for a story driven RPG. From “Options”, you may adjust audio, display, and gameplay preferences. Difficulty can be adjusted at anytime from the main menu. Unlocked CGs can be viewed from the gallery, and the user-interface is hidden by default. Speaking of user-interface, it looks wonderful! I understand this game was built from the RPGMaker engine. . . really? I wouldn’t have guessed. Battles are a delight to watch; each character is represented with animated sprites (with a repertoire of animated attacks!) I am thoroughly impressed.

The Goods (2/5♥)

The base game does not contain any sexual content or nudity.

After I met that catgirl, my questlist got too long! – 18+ Free DLC [DLC]

This DLC adds a handful of sex-scenes and full nudity. Everything this DLC contains is totally wholesome — the sexual content is the result of hour-after-hour of character building, and is wholly consensual. Due to the protagonists’ monogamy, you’ll have to beat the game multiple times to see everything this DLC has to offer. The sex-scenes aren’t particularly saucy. They obviously aren’t intended to arouse — there aren’t any squirts or womanly fluids! There are few sexual CGs, and little to no variations.

Verdict (4/5★)

Buy this game! Between the price and gameplay, this game is a wonderful deal (even at full price!) However, if you’re looking for a porn game, you won’t be happy camper; even with the adult patch installed, sexual content is few and far between. After I met that catgirl, my questlist got too long! is a wholesome tale between unlikely lovers. There are five romanceable characters, which provides some replayability. If you fancy yourself a “completionist”, you have your work cut out for you. I enjoyed the protagonists, but I was let down by the story. In terms of pacing, this game is rather slow; you will spend a lot of time performing mandatory side quests and walking from “A” to “B”. There are also a handful of puzzles you’ll have to solve (but they aren’t too hard). If you’re looking for a wholesome tale (with a dark twist), I can wholeheartedly recommend this title!

After I met that catgirl, my questlist got too long! – 18+ Free DLC [DLC]

I have mixed feelings about this DLC (but I recommend you install it!) This DLC does feature adult content, but not enough to appeal to anyone looking for a fappy-fap. Consider this DLC to be a little “extra extra” for whatever woman you pursue!

Let’s talk about “Gameplay”

In Gardevour Cave – Maze you’re tasked with retrieving a few items for a character named Dana. The cave is nearly pitch back, and it’s crawling with “man eating bugs”. They always strike first, and they deal obscene amounts of damage. You’re literally encouraged to flee — unfortunately, whether or not you flee successfully is up to chance. I think players should have the initiative. They’ll still have to avoid the bugs (since they’re pretty OP), but they’d be less prone to unfairly losing the game.

Thankfully, you can avoid the bugs. . . but the not the final boss.

Don’t worry, I won’t spoil anything regarding the final boss — I won’t even divulge a pronoun. I died lots and lots of times by the hands of the last boss — they regularly stun-locked my party, allowing them to attack upwards to six times in a row. The last boss can and will kill you before you even get a turn. Honestly, the last boss is the least fun fight in the game. Unless you enter with the fight grossly over-leveled, winning is a coin toss.

Let’s talk about “Story”

I won’t spoil the big revelation, but I will complain about it! I didn’t see the big reveal coming because it wasn’t telegraphed very well. It feels. . . ham-fisted. Instead of being drip fed to the player (allowing them to come to their own conclusions), the end of the game is basically a big exposition dump. I enjoyed the concept behind the twist, but the delivery was no good. The entire reveal could have been left out, and most of the gameplay would be unchanged. This game could have been an everyday fantasy game, and that’d be okay.

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