Kanojo x Switch Review (1.5/5★)

Table of Contents

Chapter One: Introduction

Kanojo x Switch is a lewd swippy-swappy puzzle game available on Steam. It only took me five minutes to complete the game (I shit you not!)

Chapter Two: Gameplay (3/5★)

Section One: Overview

The goal of the game is to unscramble images by rearranging pieces, not unlike a jigsaw puzzle.

Section Two: Balance

The puzzles are too easy to solve with no more twenty pieces. Given the number of puzzles this game has to offer, they need to be harder to provide more gameplay for the money.

Chapter Three: Sexual Content (2/5★)

Section One: Content

There are nine images to unscramble featuring nude women.

There is no gallery to review solved images.

Section Two: Implementation

Unscrambled images may be viewed until leaving the screen.

Section Three: Interactivity

The artwork is not interactive.

Section Four: Quality

I enjoyed the artwork, but varying aspect ratios lead me to believe Kanojo x Switch is just some guy’s gallery with a price tag slapped on top of it.

Chapter Four: Story (1/5★)

There is no story or even common characters.

Chapter Five: Sound (1/5★)

Section One: Soundtrack

A eight or nine second loop plays for the entire game — it doesn’t even loop seamlessly!

Section Two: Sound Effects

Puzzle pieces honestly sound pretty satisfying to shift around. It’s too bad the music and sound effects are controlled by the same button, because I would have preferred to hear the puzzle pieces than play the game in complete silence.

Chapter Six: Visuals (2/5★)

Section One: User-interface

The user-interface is barebones. With only an “exit” and a mute button to control the application, it’s clear little thought was placed into accessibility or user-preferences. The application is mostly controlled via a Unity pre-boot menu.

Section Two: Graphics

The background literally just a gradient — the only way one could put less effort into a background would be use a “paint bucket” and fill it in with a solid color. Good work Rectangular Circle, you’re really outdoing yourselves.

Chapter Seven: Verdict (2/5★)

The only people that are going to like this game will be achievement hunters; Kanojo x Switch offers one-hundred achievements for customizing your Steam profile.

Otherwise, if you enjoy puzzle games or lewd imagery, you’ll be disappointed by this game. Even if Kanojo x Switch looks like a game that’s right up your ally, with only five minutes of gameplay it’s hard to justify spending any money on this application.

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