Geisha World [Published Apr 25th, 2020]
Yes, (F) nudity.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
No, not necessary.
Geisha World is a lewd memory game with a geisha theme. I don’t know nothin’ about geisha’s, but I find ’em attractive.
– Disclaimer –
As I consider this shovelware, I will be using a template review, modified to suit this particular game.
GameplayThere’s forty stages, and each is comprised of a card-covered board. The cards are face-down, and the goal is find each pair of matching cards. You can flip ’em two at a time, and each pair you uncover will make ’em disappear from the board (and reveal the image beneath). At first, stages will start simple with four-by-four sets of cards. But eventually, you’ll be dealing with six-by-six levels.
There’s also a cheat button, which will solve any stage faster than you can money shot.
StoryThere is no story, moving on.
VisualsThe titlemenu looks the same as always, but there’s a new animation; when hovering over text, it jitters (and I thought the game was grossly lagging). Turns out, it’s intentional. I thought the user interface looked okay, and it is easy to navigate. If you flip a pair of unmatching cards, you’re punished with a long animation. When viewing images, the user-interface is hidden by default.
– The Goods –
There are ten base images total, and three variations of each (making for a grand total of forty unlockable images). Expect basic female nudity.
VerdictI recommend this shovelware if you’re a fan of simple memory games. The artwork is very, very high quality and there’s plenty of stages to complete. I don’t recommend this title if you’re looking for any sort of meaningful gameplay or writing.
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