Captain Fly and Sexy Girls at the Night Club is a lewd game where you collect poop and gain x-ray vision. You heard me.
Hours of Game-play?
No, not neccesary.
I originally published a review for Beach anime day on Feburary 17th, 2020. I have updated that review, to reflect my thoughts on this game as of June, 2020.
You got one job, and it’s eating feces. Do naked ladies make you want to apply? You’re a fly, and you have the power to fly up, down, and side-to-side. The goal is to find and collect piles o’ poop. Every five poopies and you gain a temporary “super vision”, which allow you to see through ladies’ clothes. How long you can fly is limited by a hunger meter, which can be replenished by consuming food. If the hunger gauge runs dry, you die.
I like to imagine that the patrons of the Night Club are the same characters from all of the “Hentai” games I’ve played on Steam. They’re blowin’ your wasted money in the ‘Club, because you supported poor development practices.
Not me of course, I have to buy those games for research purposes.
But what kind of club has avocados layin’ around and fecal matter plastered on the dance floor and furniture? Clearly, it doesn’t bother the patrons. . . maybe, it’s a metaphor. A metaphor for what kind of games they are involved in.
Or maybe their have a certain socially frowned upon fetish. Just sayin’.
The titlescreen is per the course for a memeware title. It’s a distracting mess, but what summarizes this game better than the giant green turd on the titlescreen? The user-interface as a whole is serviceable. The game itself is brimming with asset flips, leading me to the conclusion that Captain Fly and Sexy Girls at the Night Club is actually some sort of bizarre crossover game. Like most memeware, this game caused my PC to reach dangerously high temperatures — be sure to use an FPS limiter.
There’s plenty o’ asset-flip tiddies to see. Unless you’re turned on by. . . pristine piles o’ poop, I don’t think there’s anythin’ saucy to see.
I strongly disrecommend this game. The gameplay is tedious and unfun. Even if you like memeware, I don’t anticipate this game being enjoyable for more than ten or fifteen minutes. If you want to recreate the experience that Captain Fly and Sexy Girls at the Night Club, just go ahead and flush one-hundred pennies down the toilet. You’ll have more fun fishing them back out than playing this game. Heck, you might even figure out the secret to super vision while you’re at it.