Anime Pixel Girls is a lewd swippy-swappy game.
Hours of Game-play?
No, not necessary.
I originally published a review for Anime Pixel Girls on May 19th, 2019. I have updated that review, to reflect my thoughts on this game as of June, 2020. When I first played this game, I had a positive opinion. After playing a great deal of exceedingly better swippy-swappy puzzle games, I no longer recommend this game. However, my opinion on this title doesn’t matter, because. . .
This game is no longer available on the Steam store.
. . . in a nutshell
Read my article on swippy-swappies.
out the shell. . .
The game starts easy, providing a guide for each puzzle piece. Each puzzle is effectively pre-solved, it’s a matter of matching the colored tiles to the uncolored tiles. After completing each puzzle once, you will have to recomplete them without the guide. This is easier said than done, as there are many mono-colored pieces that can effectively fit in multiple places. On top of that, you’re timed. Fail three times at any point in the game, it’s back to square one. There are no “saves” or stage-selection. The game must be played from start to finish every time.
Also, the final puzzle is total letdown.
There is no story, moving on.
The titlescreen was boring, but the interface is otherwise clean and stylish. Unfortunately, the user-interface is hardly functional; there is no “gallery” to review CGs; there is no “stage-select”; there are not even adjustable settings. The pixel art is nice, however. It’s a shame that there is no way to view any CG for more than a few seconds (as they disappear shortly after completing a stage).
I’m a big fan of lewd pixel art, though the art featured in this title is hardly lewd. It sports a lot of jiggly chests, but I don’t think most people are turned on by gravity defying bricks.
. . . expect (almost) female nudity.
I don’t recommend this game; but you needn’t worry about this game, as it is no longer for sale. It’s a grossly mediocre swippy-swappy puzzle game that is lacking in features, and is hampered by linear gameplay that isn’t present in other swippy-swappies (for good reason.)