Asura Girls is a lewd memory game with an uh. . . magic monster-girl theme I guess?

Adult Content?
(F) nudity.

Censorship?
No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Gameplay?
Thirty minutes.

Patch Available?
No, not necessary.


Gameplay: overview (3/5★)


Match pairs to uncover an image. The boards start at sixteen cards, dramatically scaling in size between the twentieth and fortieth puzzle (up to thirty-six!) You’re timed, but there’s no time limit. If you’d like to skip any levels, just hit the “H” key!



Sexual Content: overview (4/5★)


There is no sexual content, but there’s some pretty solid nudity. There are ten base CGs, each with three variations for undress. The artwork is fitting for a desktop background (but I wouldn’t call any of it “fap material”). The artwork looks drawn-over; that is, as if somebody colored over a model or photo — but that’s not necessarily a bad thing (because I think the results speak for themselves!) However the artwork was produced, there are a few wonky lines. It’s the sort of thing that happens when you mistrace an image.




Story: overview (1/5★)


There is no story (and I’m not making one up!)



Sound: overview (NA/5★)


I played this game muted — I won’t be judging it by audio quality.



Visuals: overview (3/5★)


The titlescreen is okay. The artwork is great, but I thought the menu was a bit off-centered. I didn’t like the way text freaks out whenever you hover over selections. From “Settings”, you may adjust audio and display preferences. Unlocked CGs can be viewed from the “Book”. The user-interface is absent when viewing images. Barring the artwork, Asura Girls offers a flat and boring interface.



Verdict: is okay (3/5★)


Wait for a sale? Asura Girls offers a fine collection of buxom ladies that’d make great screenshots or wallpapers. . . but the gameplay is average as can be. If you enjoy memory games, this is a great, inexpensive title that’ll keep you entertained for a lunch. Otherwise, I’d save my money. The gameplay’s boring and there’s no sexual content (just naked ladies). If you are interested in the artwork, wait for a good sale and pick up the game with the “Artbook 18+” DLC content! I wouldn’t mind writing with some “asura girls” on my desktop. . .