Fantasy Secret is a lewd swippy-swappy puzzle game.
(F) Sexual themes.
Hours of Game-play?
No, not necessary.
I originally published a review for Fantasy Secret on November 16th, 2019. I have updated that review, to reflect my thoughts on this game as of July, 2020.
. . . in a nutshell
Read my article on swippy-swappy puzzles.
out the shell. . .
This is a swippy-swappy game with depth. Your moves are counted, and the number of moves you make will determine the rating you will receive upon completion. There are twelve stages total, each with up to five difficulty levels. Difficulty settings adjust the number of “bomb” and “unknown” pieces on the board. Bombs force you to complete the puzzle in a limited number of moves, or else you’ll explode and have to redo the puzzle. Unknown pieces must be determined via process of elimation.
Together, these pieces will significantly increase difficulty, especially when introduced on later stages.
By the last level, you’ll have to contend with forty-two piece puzzles with multiple bombs, unknowns, and the overarching move-limit if you desire a Perfect rating. The adjustable difficulty is a great idea, and so are the mechanics which can provide a small challenge.
. . . this is a game you can play one-handed.
There is no story, moving on.
The titlescreen and user-interface is pleasant to look at. You may adjust audio and display preferences from the settings pane. From “CG” (or the gallery), you may revisit unlocked CGs. However, the interface cannot be hidden when viewing CGs and they cannot be fullscreened.
There are twelve base, static CGs with up to four variants (depicting undress) a piece. The artwork is good, but there is no nudity.
. . . expect provocative females.
If this game were purchasable, I would recommend it on the basis of gameplay. This title falls short in terms of artwork, but interesting mechanics absolutely separate this title from other swippy-swappy games. It’s a shame that this game lacks nudity or sexual content.