Budo War Girl: maid of desire is an RNG-heavy, timer-based game where you prepare food and lay your store’s staff.
(F, FxM) Sexual content.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Game-play?
Cheating, half an hour. Legit, hours.
No, not necessary.
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 It is either incomplete, out-of-date, or I feel the need to disclaim my shame for a something I’m not proud of.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
I need to make some revisions.
out the shell. . .
You can collect up-to ten (random) items a day, which are used to create “handmade” items. These items are food, which can be sold for “diamonds” and “gold”. You will want to collect loads of items, and make lots of food. That way, you’ll have lots of spendin’ money. When ever you make food, you have to wait for a timer to expire. Your maids can only work so fast!
You are able to. . . “interact” with the store’s crew, and unlock new scenes and rare items. Whenever you “interact” with a maid, you need to perform certain (unlockable) actions to cap-off her intimacy (or “spirit) gauge. Afterwards, she’ll give you money and “debris”, which unlocks other crew members for interacting with. What a job! You can also hit up the “Gashapon”, a place to spend diamonds for debris (which again, is for unlocking new maids and scenes). You earn diamonds by selling food, but what you earn is paltry. The debris you earn from the Gashapon is very, very RNG-based, and also very expensive. You’ll have to make a looot of omelets if you want to unlock any H-scenes (legitimately).
Or if you like pressing random buttons (or cheating), you might find the “+” sign next to your diamonds to be useful. It gives you a free two-hundred diamonds.
You’re a manager of the Maid Coffee Shop, which is “mainly engaged in maid service and refreshments”. Beyond that, you screw the staff and owner, because. . . because you’re hot. Really, really hot.
Actually, I just made that up. There isn’t really any substance here..
On the brighter side though, some of the maids you can hire actually have (very short) bio’s, and most lewd games don’t even bother with that. So credit due where credit’s due.
I find the visuals to be. . . strange, in some areas. Clashing art-styles, and off-hand low-resolution images. For the most part, the UI and store look nice, and as you unlock girls they will populate the premises. . . and perform the same idle animation for all of eternity. But the Dev’s contact info being put on the main UI is very jarring if you ask me. Over-all, I’m not impressed.
Now, the juicy stuff. The H-scenes. They are. . . pretty decent. The H-scenes are animated and in some cases, creative. I can’t say I’ve ever seen anyone stick an umbrella inside a certain place. While I did see some off things (such as jiggly legs and clear animation errors), for the most part the scenes were decent. They remind me of another title called Seek Girl, though not as high-quality. The H-scenes are the best thing this title has to offer.
The game-play in this title is monotonous, the visuals generally eh, and the price not-so-great (at six USD). The only value this title has to offer are H-scenes, making for a poor game. I would only recommend this title if you enjoy the art-style the gallery has to offer, and even still, I would wait for a sale.
A developer replied to my review and mentioned removing the contact information of developers. I complained about the Dev’s contact info’ on the main screen, where the main game-play is. While I think it should be removed, I think that it would be reasonable to include in a “credits” or “contact” section, away from the main screen.