Click Quest is a lewd clicker game with assorted fantasy waifus.

Adult Content?
(FxM) Sexual content.

Censorship?
No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Gameplay?
One hour.

Patch Available?
No, not necessary.


Gameplay: overview (3/5★)


Click-click-click! You click on the screen to gain “hearts”, and with hearts you buy auto-clicker functions (which allow you to gain hearts passively). That’s pretty much the whole game — there’s eight ladies to see, and once you reach certain thresholds of hearts they’ll go naked! To keep gameplay interesting, stars periodically evade the screen. They can be clicked-on for bonus hearts! They’re handy when starting off, but unnecessary once you get the auto-click ball rolling.




Sexual Content: overview (3/5★)


There are eight animated CGs, each with a few variations for undress and expressions. I loved the artwork, but the sexual content was weak. Most CGs only feature partial nudity, and just a few offer penetration (with disembodied pee-pees). There’s no interactivity or progression, and the “sound effects” are rather annoying. They aren’t great, but they certainly make the gameplay more “interesting”.



Story: overview (1/5★)


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



Sound: overview (3/5★)


I thought the music was thematically appropriate, but a little cheesy. It’s kind of drowned out by a constant stream of moaning sounds. I know that sounds hot, but I found them pretty annoying. Most of the time, the characters in the game aren’t doing anything to justify the uh, “sound effects”. I think it goes without saying use your damn headphones.



Visuals: overview (3/5★)


The titlescreen looks great! I enjoyed the animation and user-interface, though I found them to be somewhat fuzzy. I figured it had something to do with the display resolution of the game, but I think it’s just blurry. From “Options”, you may adjust audio, display and language preferences. You may review unlocked CGs from the “Gallery”, but there is no way to hide the user-interface. In-game, you may toggle most of the UI via the “eye” icon, but it’s not completely effective. A lot of the artwork doesn’t fit on the screen — there’s visible seam lines where the artwork doesn’t extend. It looks so bad, it totally breaks my immersion!



Verdict: meh, worth a buck (2.5/5★)


Click Quest is a short and sweet clicker that’s definitely worth a buck. . . but I’d still wait for a sale. I beat the game in thirty-three minutes (and I stopped actually playing after ten). Once I got the ball rolling, I minimized the application until I was returned to the titlescreen — the game was beat, and the gallery was fully unlocked! There isn’t much reason to actually “play” the game. It’s not very fun to mash the mouse, and catching stars is only fun for so long. I really, really enjoyed the artwork, but I wish there was hotter artwork (and better cropping!) Click Quest is pretty mediocre, but I hope to see new and improved titles from Jhinbrush!