Love Chan is a lewd desktop pet featuring the characters of Duel Girl.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Game-play?
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I originally published a review for Love Chan on November 16th, 2020. I have updated that review, to reflect my thoughts on this game as of July, 2020. At the time, I positively rated this game. Since playing what I consider to be superior titles, I no longer hold Love Chan in a positive light.
. . . in a nutshell
A below average desktop pet. Drag n’ drop your choice of Duel Girl on your desktop and jiggle-jiggle or whip her clothes from her body. Interactivity is extremely limited and not much better than watching a .gif.
out the shell. . .
You may choose one of five ladies, and one of two poses (provided you have the DLC installed). From a pop-up menu, you are able to “touch” each lady which causes their bodies to jiggle much like gelatin desert. Alternatively, you may “whip” them, damaging their clothes and causing them to fall away. That’s it for interactivity; all these girls will do is sit and stare until you shut ’em down.
. . . yes, this is a game you can play one handed.
There is no story, moving on.
There are no traditional application menus. A menu is brought-up by right-clicking on the onscreen avatar. You may adjust the size of the avatar and mute/unmute sound.
There are a total of ten animated CGs, five nude and five lewd. The animations are okay as long as you don’t touch the ladies, though their clothes have lives of their own. Their boobies move as if their clothes are but paper cut-outs.
. . . expect female nudity.
I don’t recommend this software. While you can’t go wrong with the price tag, it’s such an unremarkable desktop pet that I’d recommend saving up an extra dollar or two for something much better. The animations and characters included in this software are the same as those of Duel Girl, another title from the developer team. Like Duel Girl, Love Chan is another forgettable piece of software with lacking art quality.