Lovely Fox is a lewd exploration game featuring busty fox women.
Hours of Game-play?
No, not necessary.
Wander an expansive world and hope you stumble upon the correct interactive characters and objects. It’s easy to get lost, and there is no minimap or waypoints to follow. Once I reached the end of the playing area, I grew mighty impatient with Lovely Fox.
. . . no, this is not a game you can play one-handed!
Sweet Fox has a few errands to run. First, she needs to figure-out why BB Fox is trespassing with a bundle of dynamite. She must also visit her Grampy Fox, and make sure he’s not dead or something. Sweet Fox is also tasked with fetching “special” flowers for The Flower King.
I think the developers are on special flowers.
The titlescreen is meh, but it is reasonably clean. There are no user-preferences to adjust, which is unacceptable. You can’t even adjust volume in-application. The “Controls” button will bring up a guide, but you cannot reconfigure keys. The user-interface is acceptable — it could be a little better, could be a lot worse.
The player character and her friends are equipped with gravity-defying milk jugs that jiggle-jiggle to no avail. Honestly, that’s good enough for me, but I find the models to be really off-putting.
I can’t recommend this game — it’s unplayable. It’s a common trend for memey Unity games to cap your system resources, driving temperatures soaring. This game which should otherwise be a cakewalk to render lags to crap after ten or fifteen minutes of buttery-smooth gameplay. . . and let’s be honest. I think buttery-smooth gameplay is the least of Lovely Fox‘s problems.