Lustlock Labyrinth is a lewd point-n’-click dungeon crawler about a rescue mission inside a dungeon that’s also a gameshow. . . ?
(F, FxF, FxM) sexual content.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Game-play?
Two or three hours.
No, not necessary.
This article is pending review. It is either incomplete, out-of-date, or I feel the need to disclaim my shame for a something I’m not proud of.
Since I wrote a review for Lustlock Labyrinth (on May 28th, 2020), one or more updates have been issued to the game. When I played the game on release, I experienced a game-breaking bug that prevented me from progressing beyond the first floor (or more specifically, the first sex-scene). I’ve decided to revisit this game, in hopes that the aforementioned bug as been fixed.
Spoiler alert — it wasn’t.
The game-breaking bug still exists, at least for me. Whenever I lose a battle to a “Kitty” via “Lust”, following the sex-scene the game will crash. I’ve included a screenshot of the error that is thrown-up.
. . . in a nutshell
Feel up walls and spam “attack” to win. . . that is, until you run out of Lust and are subjected to a sex scene.
out the shell. . .
A classic dungeon-crawler. The Dungeon is divided into floors, which must be “conquered” by defeating a Boss (with a capital “B”). Nobody dies — if the player “dies”, instead they are treated to a mandatory sex scene. In the event they are defeated by a boss, they must choose a new name for the protagonist — and be forever stuck on the floor they were defeated on.
When attacked by enemies, damage is first subtracted from “AP”, or “Armor Points”. AP is gained by equipping apparel, and as it is lost the protagonist will become progressively more-naked. After AP comes “HP”, or “Health Points”. When your HP reachs zero, it’s game over. Sometimes, enemies will violate the protagonist, resulting in her gaining “Lust”. Too much lust and it’s also game-over.
Marisa appears to be on a rescue mission. She pursues Iris, one of many girls whom went missing in the Lustlock Labyrinth. Apparently, the Labyrinth is “hosted” by some sort of game show host. Should Marisa be captured, what ensues is narrated by an unknown voice while her captors stand aside and watch.
And. . . that’s about as far as I got before the game became unbeatable.
The game can’t be fullscreened — the window can’t even be maximized. Why? The titlescreen looks okay. There are no user-preferences that can be adjusted. That means if you want to mute the game, you’ll have to do externally. There’s also no gallery, so the only way to re-see CGs is to replay the game.
The art was okay. It struck me as somewhat amateur. The sex scenes were exceptionally meh. The enemies violate the protagonist, and I was expecting to see them sexually interact with her upon defeat — they don’t, and CGs are rendered without background and little to no interaction with other characters. Expect female nudity and male-on-female sexual intercourse.
. . . expect female nudity.
I don’t recommend this game — but it might be alright after a fix or two. To think I payed eight USD for a game that I can’t play. For feck’s sakes, how did this get through testing?