Foot Massage is a game about woman who massages the feet of several clients.
Hours of Gameplay?
Two hours (est.)
Foreword: published September 5th, 2021
I received a free copy of this game for review purposes — thanks MAGame!
Gameplay: published September 5th, 2021 (1/5★)
There’s never a shortage of clients in need of a foot rub! You may choose from a selection of poses and rub away by rocking the mouse back and forth. As you rub-a-dub your clients’ feet, you’ll accumulate “hearts”. It’s not necessary to move the mouse; you’ll progress as long as you click and hold the button. Once you collect three hearts, you’re free to move onto the next client. Once you satisfy all twelve clients from “Story” mode, you’ll be able to enjoy the freedom of “Free” mode!
Sexual Content: published September 5th, 2021 (1/5★)
There is no nudity, but feet are heavily sexualized in this game. The main protagonist seems to derive joy from the smell and texture of sweaty feet and stockings. Smelly feet aren’t my thing, so I found her commentary a little off putting.
Story: published September 5th, 2021 (1/5★)
MAGame writes, “The player plays the role of a foot masseuse. Every night to receive city beauties, provide foot massage services. Serve people and meet own little hobbies.” Gee, I wish I received “city beauties” every night. Maybe it’s time for me to switch careers?
Sound: published September 5th, 2021 (NA/5★)
I played this game muted (so I won’t be judging it by audio). I hear it’s dreadful.
Visuals: published September 5th, 2021 (2/5★)
The titlescreen looks like crap, but nothing says “foot massage” like a pair of intertwined feet. Language and resolution preferences can be adjusted via the main-menu, but there is no way to adjust audio, display or graphical settings. The game looks like crap, but the character models are alright. There’s a good selection of animations, but they are too short too be worthwhile. I would have rather had a few high-quality animations than a few dozen one-second loops.
Verdict: published September 5th, 2021 (1/5★)
I need to stop accepting these Chinese shovelware. I refuse to play past the first level! Satisfying my first client made my finger sore from pressing the mouse for so long. The gameplay is mind-numbing; I’d rather be massaging somebody else’s sweaty feet than play this wretched game. At least the one of us would get something out of the experience. Foot Massage doesn’t offer enough interactivity or varied visual content to maintain your interest. It looks like “the role of a foot masseuse” isn’t for me.