GLASS is a lewd swippy-swappy puzzle game about a rescue operation from the man-made world of Glass.
(FxM) Sexual content.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
One or two hours.
No, not necessary.
Unscramble an image to unlock CGs and progress the story. GLASS is a standard swippy-swappy puzzle game; not unlike a jigsaw puzzle, you move tiles about to assemble a complete image. There are three characters to pursue, each with four levels to pursue. Each level is comprised of three puzzles (though you can choose to complete any puzzle individually). In total, there are thirty-six puzzles to solve. The difficulty varies between four and twenty-four pieces. Between levels are visual-novel segments, which serve to emphasize sex-scenes or progress each character’s story.
The English is a little rough, but I’ll try to break down the story. “Glass” refers to a sort of entity that is born of human urges. As the Glass is born of lust, any who are trapped inside are subject to unbridled sexual urges. Renki, Iris, and Michell are women of vastly different backgrounds, but they all share one thing in common; they have been imprisoned inside Glass, and it’s up to you to rescue them!
There is no titlescreen — it’s straight to the level-select screen! From the “System Option” menu (accessed from the gearbox icon), you may adjust audio, display and language preferences. Interestingly, you can set the game to 4K resolution (a rare feature for a swippy-swappy game!) The user-interface and visual effects are a delight, but the English isn’t great. . . though you can sort of follow the story, it’s kinda buzzkill. You can review unlocked CGs from each character’s respective “Gallery”. Unfortunately, the user-interface can’t be hidden. Also, many of the CGs and puzzles are not rendered in widescreen format, preventing them from being borderless fullscreened.
As it stands, each character has at least sixteen CGs, four of which animated. In total, there are thirty-six static CGs (based on twelve base-images) and twelve animations. (based on the aforementioned, base-images.) The artwork is phenomenal, and the animations are great! Don’t expect anything too saucy, however: all I saw were basic male-on-female groping and penetration. It’s too bad most of the artwork isn’t widescreen!
I definitely recommend this game! There’s characters, dialogue and an overarching story — it’s not often you see swippy-swappy games with substance! The artwork is high-quality, and the waifus are kinda hot. However, at the end of the day GLASS is just another run-of-mill swippy-swappy game. There aren’t any interesting mechanics, and the puzzles aren’t particularly challenging. Regardless, if you like relaxing puzzle-games and naked ladies, GLASS is great value for the money (and I suggest you pick this game up!)