Find Girl is a lewd jigsaw puzzle game with assorted waifus.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
I received a free copy of this game for review purposes — thanks Old Driver Studio!
Unscramble an image using an assortment of pieces. There’s ten levels to see, and using the background watermark solving them is as easy as matching! You may use up to ten “clues”, which will auto-solve a single puzzle piece. There’s no reason not to use them — I recommend using them from the get-go to reduce the overall number of pieces to look at.
There is no story (and I’m not making one up!)
The titlescreen is alright. It features a lot of pretty animations, but it’s otherwise uninspired. You may adjust audio and toggle between languages from this screen, but there doesn’t seem to be a way to adjust basic display preferences. If you’d like to download the adult patch, you may do so via “18+ DLC”. Unlocked CGs can be viewed from the “Gallery”. The user-interface can be hidden by pressing an eye icon, and clicking again to bring back the UI.
The ‘Goods’ (2/5★)
There are ten static bases with up to three variants (for undress). Provided the adult patch is installed, these variants include full nudity. The artwork is high-quality, but there isn’t any meaningful sexual content.
Wait for a sale (or find a better puzzle game). Find Girl is a mediocre title. There isn’t any sexual content, and all of the unlockable CGs are static — many similarly priced, lewd puzzle games offer animated (or in some cases, interactive) sexual imagery. Jigsaw games are a grossly oversaturated market, and Find Girl doesn’t do anything different or better than the rest. It’s a cheap, functional game with super-easy puzzles. If you’re pinching pennies, maybe you’ll find what you need in Find Girl.