GirLand is a lewd slider-puzzle game.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
Two or three hours.
Download as DLC.
I originally published a review for GirLand on February 23rd, 2020. I have updated that review, to reflect my thoughts on this game as of September, 2020.
A run-of-the-mill slider-puzzle based on familiar source code. Levels start easy with nine pieces, and by the end of the game twenty-five. Though you are timed, there is no time limit. Each finished level will unlock a CG in the “Book”.
There is no story (and I’m not making one up).
The main menu is attractive. From “Setting”, you can adjust audio and display preferences. You can view completed images via the “Book”. The gallery and level select screen are easy to navigate, and but they are very plain. An out-of-place, blurry check-mark at the top of the screen will let you know whether or not you have the “Hentai DLC” installed.
The artwork is sub-par, but I liked it. It looked amateurish, and far from professional. Assuming you have the “Hentai DLC” installed, there are a total of sixty images, though each image is based on one of ten base images. Each CG depicts a provocatively placed woman in varying stages of undress.
I recommend this game if you really like slider-puzzles, and you want a lot of bang for your buck. Sixty puzzles for a few dollars is not a bad deal. However, if you fancy yourself a slider-pro, the twenty-five piece cap may not appeal to your pro-status. If you don’t like slider puzzles, but you like the artwork, there is a key-command to insta-solve the levels — Or you can buy the Artbook DLC for the art files themselves.