Design girl team is a lewd ball kickin’ game — kick the balls, and wet your balls.


At-a-glance


(Adult) Content?
(F, FxM) sexual content.

Censorship?
No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Game-play?
One or two hours.

Modding Support?
No.

Patch Available?
Download as DLC.



Foreword

I originally published a review for Design girl team on May 21st, 2020. I have updated that review, to reflect my thoughts on this game as of September, 2020.

Gameplay

Catapult your balls and unlock sex-scenes (with your lady-coaches!) Each stage consists of one or more targets. The idea is to knock them off their pedestals (or just tap them, you’ll still get the kill.) As the game progresses, the number of targets increases, and so does the amount of “wind” to ruin your day. You have a limited number of balls to launch, but I’ve found that its not hard to make suitable adjustments after missing a few times — your leg is feckin’ machine gun!

Yes! This is a game you can play one-handed!

Story

There is no story, moving on.

Visuals

There is no titlescreen — it’s straight to the stage select screen. The interface is alright, it’s easy to get around but it doesn’t look very refined. The “Help” button will bring-up an illustrated tutorial. From “Girl” you can view any CGs you have unlocked. Each girl has a dance screen, where you can select her attire and watch her bust a few a moves. If you hit the “Love” button, it’ll take you to a more traditional, animated hentai CG. It’s too bad the user-interface cannot be hidden.

The Goods

There are ten unlockable ladies, each with a (somewhat) interactive 3D model and animated CG. You can dress ’em or strip ’em, and make ’em dance too. The nudity is decent, but the jiggle physics are. . . really something. Unfortunately, there’s no sexual animations for the models. However, each girl has an animated, interactive CG. They look pretty good, but I spotted a few visual errors here and there. The animated are interactive, allowing you to choose what tool (be a hand, tongue or toy) to apply to your choice ladies. The art and animations are strictly okay.

Verdict

I definitely recommend this game. For one dollar, Design girl team is kind of a steal of a game. The gameplay isn’t particularly involving, but it reminds me of these things called “flash games”. If the word “flash game” hasn’t fallen out of use yet, just come back to this article in a few years — someday, I’ll be an old fart that rambles about crappy hentai flash games. Sale or no sale, if you’re in the market for a peaceful mini-game with a side of lewd, I think you’ll like this game.