Atomic Girls is a lewd memory game with a post-apocalyptic theme.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
No, not necessary.
Turn over face-down cards to find matching pairs. Atomic Girls is a basic memory game; this title is no different than the other memory games produced by IR Studio. There are forty puzzles to solve, with difficulties ranging between sixteen and twenty-four cards. Each completed puzzle unlocks another CG (which can be viewed from the gallery).
There is no story (and I’m not making one up!)
The titlescreen is stylish, but the menu seems somewhat out of place. From “Setting”, you may adjust audio and display preferences. From “Book”, unlocked CGs can be viewed (with the user-interface hidden). Like IR Studio previous memories, the in-game visuals are plain and the animations are annoying.
There are ten base images to see, with three variants for each depicting undress. The artwork is beautiful, and the enjoyed the painterly, rough style of the coloring. It’s a shame there is no sexual content (but there’s lots of lingerie and bare boobs!)
This DLC adds seventy, 4K (3840 by 2160) PNGs to Atomic Girls‘ core directory. The images can be found inside a folder called “Artbook”. Forty of the images are copies of what’s available in-game — the other thirty are “bonus” CGs based on the main ten images. If you enjoy Atomic Girls‘ artwork, this DLC is a must!
I do recommend this game. The artwork is wonderful, and the gameplay is what you’d expect. Atomic Girls is shovelware, but it’s competent shovelware. Whether you’re on the market for casual, memory gameplay or buxom women, IR Studio continues to deliver with inexpensive titles.