Furry Love is a lewd four-in-one set of minigames featuring furry artwork from a fistful of artists.
(F, FxM) Sexual content.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Game-play?
No, not necessary.
The developers of Furry Love provided me a copy of this game to review before release. I’m grateful for this opportunity, and I’m happy to see more furry content being released on Steam.
. . . in a nutshell
Take your pick of four modes; catch falling objects in Furry Catcher; play a poor man’s Pac-Man in Furrman; engage in a simplified “cutter” in Furry Cutter; or solve some jigsaws in puzzle.
out the shell. . .
There are four modes to choose from; Furry Catcher, Furrman, Furry Cutter, and Puzzle. In Furry Catcher, you must collect falling furry faces to unlock an image piece by piece. The idea is to avoid the angry furry faces, lest ye redo the stage from scratch. In Furrman, you play a Pac-Man-eske game where you must navigate a maze to collect paw prints while dodging killer-furries. The controls of Furrman are sticky, and it’s easy to get “caught” on corners; I grew impatient with Furrman.
Screw Furrman. Furrman gave me the bad feels.
Furry Cutter is an interesting, albeit dumb-downed cutter game. You fire a projectile across a playing field to “cut away” a covering from an image. Enemies bounce about, and if any of them contact your projectile (or projectile trail), you lose. With new stages come more enemies, and this game can become frustratingly hard.
. . . and yes, this is a game you can play one handed.
There is no story, moving on.
The titlescreen is clean and flashy — I liked it. In the bottom right corner of the titlemenu, your Steam username is displayed above your progress (measured as a percent). Additionally, censorship can be toggled from the “Censorship” button above your name. I thought this menu to take away from the pretty titlesceen, but I’m nitpicking. Audio can be muted/unmuted from a “speaker” button on the corner of the screen. From the “Settings” menu, you may adjust audio, display, language and graphical preferences.
Hoo! Normally, I’m not too big of a fan for furry art. . . but hoo! There are twenty-four static CGs to unlock, all featuring lewd furries. The artwork is polished, and easily some of the best furry art I’ve seen to date. Unfortunately, the CGs do not follow a consistent aspect ratio (which means no fullscreening) or a story line. In fact, in terms of lewd content you’d be better off prowling on your favorite adult website.
. . . expect female nudity and male-on-female sexual content.
Yes, I recommend this game for despite its rough edges. This isn’t a bad game, but I found it underwhelming. I would have much rather played one good game, instead of having a selection of four mediocre “modes” and assorted images. I think with a little bit of refinement, this could be a decent set of minigames with some great artwork; it’s good to see more lewd furries on Steam.