Geisha World is a lewd memory game with a “Geisha” theme.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
No, not necessary.
Match pairs of card to uncover an image. Geisha World is a run-of-the-mill memory game. There are forty levels to complete. Starting with sixteen cards, the difficulty will increase up to twenty-four. Each card is face-down, and the goal is to turn over matching pairs. Once all matching pairs have been located, you’ll unlock a CG!
There is no story (and I’m not making one up!)
The titlescreen looks great! The artwork is phenomenal, and the user-interface is appealing (though awkwardly animated). From “Setting”, you may adjust audio and display preferences. CGs can be viewed from “Book” (without the interface). The gameplay is stylistically minimal, but the animations are tedious to sit through.
There are ten base images to unlock, each with up to three variants for undress. In total, there are forty CGs to see. The artwork is beautiful, but there is no sexual content.
This DLC adds seventy CGs to Geisha World‘s core directory (inside a folder labeled “Artbook”). In addition to the in-game CGs, there are thirty “bonus” images (based on the same ten base CGs). The files are 4K resolution (3840 by 2160) PNGs, making them suitable as desktop backgrounds (or viewing the important parts in glorious detail!)
Sure, I recommend this title. If you enjoy great, non-sexual artwork, Geisha World does not disappoint. If you’re in the market for a basic memory game, Geisha World offers a casual experience. However, it’s no secret this game is a shovelware. I’ve seen lots of titles with the same cookie-cutter code. Geisha World isn’t remarkable, but it’s competent.