Furry Pride (2/5★)

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Furry Pride is a lewd jigsaw game with assorted furries.

Adult Content?
(F, FxM) sexual content.

No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Gameplay?
Thirty minutes.

Patch Available?
No, not necessary.


I received a free copy of this game for review purposes — thanks Ahegao Games!

Gameplay: overview (2/5★)

Unscramble images by sorting tiles! There are thirty images to choose from. The difficulty can not be adjusted; each puzzle is comprised of nine pieces. There does not appear to be any sort of “cheat” button.

Sexual Content: overview (3/5★)

There are thirty static CGs to see. Each image showcases one or more furries, either provocatively or sexually posed (mostly the latter). In addition to everyday, heterosexual sex, there’s masturbation, tentacles, futas and/or transgender characters! The artwork is very high-quality — if you enjoy anthropomorphic animals (or “furries”), you’ll no doubt enjoy the selection of artwork.

Story: overview (1/5★)

There is no story (and I’m not making one up!)

Sound: overview (3/5★)

The music is decent, and the sound effects are nice. I didn’t feel the need to mute the game.

Visuals: overview (2/5★)

The titlescreen is nicely arranged. I enjoyed the animated background simplsitic user-interface and animated background. From the titlescreen, you may toggle borderless-fullscreen. There doesn’t seem to be a way to toggle audio. There is no gallery, so you’ll have to resolve images you want to re-see. The “level-select” screen does not show thumbnails, making it tedious to choose between images.

Verdict: furriez wooooooooo (2/5★)

If you’re looking for maximum value for your buck, Furry Pride is just a buck. With thirty solid images to see, it’s not a bad deal! However, it’s a mediocre puzzle game with no adjustable difficulty, no gallery and no Steam achievements. Compared to similarly priced adult puzzle games, it’s below average. It’s only worth a buy if you thoroughly enjoy stupid-simple puzzles (and furries).

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