Anime Girls Loot Box Simulator is a mildy lewd clicker game.
Hours of Game-play?
No, not necessary.
I originally published a review for Anime Girls Loot Box Simulator on Feburary 21st, 2020. I have updated that review, to reflect my thoughts on this game as of June, 2020.
This article is pending review. It is either incomplete, out-of-date, or I feel the need to disclaim my shame for a something I’m not proud of.
. . . in a nutshell
This is sort of like a dumbed-down “choose your own adventure” game combined with loot boxes. You select your choice(s) of action, and collect (or lose) money (represented by hearts). For every hundred hearts you collect, and you may buy another loot box, which contains an assortment of anime artwork.
out the shell. . .
The goal is to collect every image in the game. Images are unlocked by opening “loot boxes”, which cost hearts. Hearts are earned (or in some cases, lost) by your actions. You have four choices, each of with a random gain or loss. During my playthrough, I molested old ladies and got arrested (multiple times) for drawing profane imagery. On the brighter side, I also managed to teleport to the moon and survive the apocalypse a few times, and I managed to profit here and there.
I sure had to sell my body a lot though. And my future children. And my soul.
. . . and yes! This is a game you can play one-handed!
There is no story, but I’ll make one up.
I hypothesize that the protagonist is some girl, and she’s got a gambling problem — she’s hooked on online loot boxes. This gal is willing to do anything for said loot boxes, and that includes showing random people her genitalia. Gee, I never realized that loot boxes were so predatory. Also, where I can sign up to create my own loot boxes?
The main menu and user-interface look alright. They do the job, and so does the background. Problem being, there’s only one background, and there’s no “exploration”. The whole game takes place within prompts and unlocked images, and there are no written (or illustrated) consequences for your actions. The gallery is a wreck, and I don’t find clicking through images one-by-one to be any fun.
I thought that the art work was decent, though I recognized it from the developers’ other games. They may call it a “cameo”, I call it cheap. That aside, it is good artwork, though the aspect ratios, backgrounds and characters were all inconsistent. The lewdest artwork this game has to offer are lingeried babes. With that in mind, don’t expect anything too saucy.
. . . expect basic female nudity.
I strongly disrecommend this game. This game made me “LOL” a few times, but that’s all this game has to show for itself. It is a cool concept for a game, but poorly executed. Not only that, but this game doesn’t provide much playtime for the price (of three USD). If you really want to try this game, you’d best wait for a mean sale.
If you ask me, this game was full of missed opportunities. But those opportunities would have required meaningful effort.