Cyber Lady is a lewd memory game with a future-waifu (or sci-fi) theme.
Yes, female nudity.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Game-play?
No, not necessary.
. . . in a nutshell
Consult my article on memory puzzles.
out the shell. . .
There are forty stages. The first half utilize four-by-four (or sixteen card) playing boards. The other half will use six-by-six (or thirty-six card) boards instead.
There is no story (and I’m not making one up).
The titlemenu and user interface are clean and consistent. “Play” will take you to a stage-select screen. Audio preferences can be adjusted from the “Settings” menu. “Memory” functions as a gallery, where you can review any previously unlocked CG. When viewing images, the user interface is completely hidden.
There are ten base, static CGs, with four variants a piece (showing stages of undress). There are forty images total. Each can be fullscreened and are of very high-quality. They showcase a single lady (pertaining to a “cyber” theme) in a (generally) provocative position. There is little, if any sexual content in the Lady series.
. . . expect basic female nudity.
I recommend this game if you’re a fan of easy memory games. Though I deem this software shovelware, the bang for your buck is just right. The Lady series has yet to disappoint with consistent artwork and reliable, laid back gameplay.