Lust of the Apartment Wives is a lewd visual novel featuring three housewives, one young man, and multiple endings.
(FxM) Sexual content.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Game-play?
Two or three hours.
Download from Steam.
. . . in a nutshell
Consult my article on visual novels.
out the shell. . .
This game is a basic visual novel with a few player choices. Your decisions will have some very. . . lewd implications. Once you progress far enough into the story, you will have to select one of three housewives to be your forever-girl.
This game takes place in the Yumi Apartments. A group of “housewives” kick-off the story with a good chat, and the narrator describes their appearance. After some basic character development, a truck rolls-up labeled “Apartment Aid”. A young man pops-out, named Motomichi Fushimi.
He’s the main protagonist, and in fact, he’s you!
Motomichi has a thing for matured women, so he took-up a job selling wares to them and being super nice. He took his Apartment Aid business to the Yumi Apartments to scout around for single, mature women to hone-in on. He has his eyes on the three ladies (mentioned earlier), and the remainder of the game will start after you (the player) select one of the ladies to. . . pursue.
The interface is serviceable, though the title-screen seemed to be weirdly formatted (and worded).
The artwork is great! I mean, really great! The sexual-content looks top-notch, so props there. The character portraits are also very good, but unvaried. For how much effort that went into the sexual-scenes, you’d think that there’d be a wider variety of character portraits, complete with poses and gesticulations. There is no animations in this game, so if that is a turn-off for you, you’ll want to keep that in mind.
. . . expect male-on-female sexual content.
I absolutely recommend this title. However, I think that this game is a bit pricey given the hours of content (at fifteen USD). The adult-content is high-quality and there’s enough text boxes to keep you clicking (and reading) for a few hours. I’d wait for a sale, but if money isn’t a concern to you, I’d buy this title.