ClickCells: CPU girls is a lewd puzzle game with a sci-fi anime waifu theme.


At-a-glance


(Adult) Content?
Female nudity.

Censorship?
No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Game-play?
One hour.

Modding Support?
No.

Patch Available?
No, not necessary.



Foreword

I found ClickCells: CPU girls to be a novel puzzle game, with a very good difficulty curve. It starts stupid simple, but it holds your hand as you advance to increasingly difficult stages. If you get stuck at any point, there’s a handy “skip” button to keep you from rage quitting. However, this isn’t really an adult-game; rather, this is more of a puzzle game with some porn thrown in for good measure. This could have easily been sold as a “family friendly” game, but doing so probably would have plummeted sales.

Boobs for the win, I guess.

Gameplay

. . . in a nutshell

Guide a blue ball to a blue plate. It’s like some sort of advanced marble game you’d play with magnetic platforms and a refrigerator.

out the shell. . .

The goal is to unite a blue ball with a blue block. Doing so will require you to manipulate the the stage, through careful timing and special blocks. The puzzles become progressively harder, introducing new mechanics which must be learned to reach the end goal. For example, there are red “X” blocks which render the goal unuseable, until they are knocked off the playing area.

. . . and yes! This is a game you can play one-handed!

Story

There is no story, moving on.

Visuals

There is no titlescreen, just a stage-select menu. It looks alright, it’s not nothing remarkable. The audio can muted with a press of a button, but there are no other user-preferences to adjust. The in-game aesthetic says nothing about the lewd nature of the game, but it’s simple and serviceable. The user-interface cannot be hidden when viewing CGs in the gallery.

The Goods

There are a total of nine static CGs to unlock. Each depict one of two characters in a provocative position. Some CGs sport light nudity, but don’t expect anything saucy.

. . . expect female nudity.

Verdict

If you’re in the market for a cheap, nontraditional puzzle game with a side of waifu, I recommend this title. The art and gameplay are unremarkable, but nonetheless fun and pleasant to behold.