Published Nov 30th, 2020
Infinity is a lewd matching game with no particular theme.
Hours of Gameplay?
Download as DLC.
I first published a review for Infinity on April 23rd, 2020. I didn’t like it then, and I don’t like it now. Don’t buy.
Strategically match groups of colored pieces to meet the score quota. Each stage is comprised of a playing board, filled with colored pieces. You can click on groups of like-colored pieces to remove them from the board. The larger the group, the more score you’ll earn. The goal of each stage is to reach a target score of one-hundred-thousand. It’s important to carefully consider each move, as game pieces don’t replenish. The idea is to set-up “combos” to get the most out of each grouping (before running out of usable groups!)
There is no story (and I’m not making one up).
I wasn’t impressed by the titlescreen, but it’s not that bad. I recognize the same screen from at least two other games I’ve played (from GENIE); if that’s any indication of quality, you’d better run while you still can. You can view an illustrated tutorial on how to play via the question-mark button on the bottom left. There doesn’t appear to be anyway to adjust audio or minimize the application.
There are five animated CGs to unlock. Each features a nude waifu imposed on a starry backdrop. The artwork is decent, but the animations aren’t. Overall, the CGs are below-average, and not really worth the effort.
I still don’t recommend this game. Infinity hasn’t been updated since the day I first reviewed it, and the artwork still fails to impress. Infinity may be cheap, but there’s a host of better games with more impressive, uncensored content (and they don’t charge for the nude patch!) This game isn’t a bad idea, but it’s a deeply unrefined let-down. If you’re pissing money, you might get a few minutes of worthwhile gameplay from Infinity!